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LOGANVILLE – Providence Christian's Alaina Emminger set the program record for career kills on Saturday as the Storm's volleyball team went 4-1 at the Loganville Christian Tournament.

Providence defeated host Loganville Christian, Loganville, Creekside Christian and Clarkston but fell to Trinity Christian.

Emminger totaled 47 kills on the day and eclipsed the previous school record of 890 kills. Taylor Lewis had 29 aces, Lauren Yost provided 20 aces, 48 assists and 28 digs while Maisy Hufford added 21 kills.


Brookwood splits

SNELLVILLE – Brookwood defeated Hillgrove 10-4 but fell 6-4 to North Forsyth on Saturday.

Against Hillgrove, Danielle Taitt smacked a grand slam to lead the offense, one of her two hits in the game. Anna Dover had a double and two RBIs to make a winner of Grace Young in the circle. Young went five innings and helped her own cause with two hits and drove in two runs for the Broncos (8-10).

Collins Hill wins two

SUWANEE – Collins Hill defeated South Forsyth and Forsyth Central by identical 6-5 scores on Saturday.

Against South Forsyth, Makenzie Chappell was the winning pitcher and contributed two hits to the cause. Denise Dees earned the save and also had two hits. Jordan Pape led the offense with three hits, Madison Spell had a two RBI double, Peyton Fointno added a two run triple while Ellie Bridge recorded two hits.

Against Forsyth Central, Fointno's hit scored Chappell for the walk-off win. Emily Whitehead went five innings and stuck out six while Sydney Kolacki was the winning pitcher for the Eagles (8-7).

Archer wins two

SUWANEE — Archer defeated Mill Creek 8-1 and Forsyth Central 4-3 in a pair of games at Collins Hill on Saturday.

In the Mill Creek win, the Tigers (14-5) were led offensively by Katie Moore (2-for-2), Alex Hollingsworth (2-for-2, three RBIs), Olivia Craig (1-for-1, two RBIs) and Jordyn Sanders (home run). Kailyn James pitched five innings, allowing four hits and no earned runs.

Against Forsyth Central, Sanders, Faith Barth, Mackenzie Martin and Skylar Berkhiser each went 1-for-3 with an RBI. James was the winning pitcher again with a seven-inning complete game. She gave up only two hits and one earned run.

Wesleyan remains undefeated

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Wesleyan downed Calhoun 7-4 and Woodland 6-4 at the SCORE tournament on Saturday.

Against Calhoun, Madison Kerpics went six innings and allowed three runs on six hits while striking out 10. Jahni Kerr led the offense with a pair of hits and four stolen bases. Elizabeth Bertram also had two hits and drove in a pair of runs. Kerpics helped her own cause with two doubles and an RBI. Reece Holbrook drove in a run with a triple, Christina McCoy and Riley Keller drove in two and one runs, respectively.

Against Woodland, Jessica Nolan was the winning pitcher while Lily Nydam earned the save for the Wolves (19-0). Kerr laced a pair of triples, Bertram added two hits and drove in a run while Tinsley Bertram drove in a pair of runs with two hits and McCoy drove in a run.

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