SUWANEE — Amber Reed went the distance to remain unbeaten in the circle on the season, while North Gwinnett remained unbeaten in Region 6-AAAAAAA play with a 6-1 win over Mill Creek on Wednesday night home.
Reed (11-0) scattered six hits and one earned run and struck out three to earn the complete game victory.
She got offensive support from Grace Connelly, who was 3-for-4 with an RBI and Bella Faw, who was 2-for-4 with an RBI, as well as Riley Jackson, who was 1-for-3 and drove in a pair of runs.
Dallis Goodnight had a strong night at the plate by going 2-for-3, stealing two bases and driving in Mill Creek’s only run of the night, which was scored by Jade Montgomery.
Olivia Shaw also went 1-for-2 for the Hawks (7-9, 3-5).
Discovery 28, Central 12
LAWRENCEVILLE (Central) — Discovery travelled across town and brought out its big bats in outslugging Central Gwinnett 28-12 Wednesday at Central.
Angelica Cortina was 4-for-4 with 2 RBIs and four runs scored, while Jasmine Richardson drove in five runs and scored two more to help lead the offensive onslaught that helped the Titans improve to 5-7 on the season.,
Emily Wright finished 3-for-4 with four runs scored, Heidi Loa was 3-for-3 and scored three runs, Alanah Perry went 2-for-5 with four runs scored and Joyce Lieu contributed her first varsity hit, plus a run scored.
That helped support the pitching of Harleen Walia who scattered five earned runs and struck out three over four innings to pick up her fifth win of the season.
Dacula 8, Lanier 0
DACULA — Erin Watt and Maia Mumpfield each had two hits to back the pitching of Sydney Boulware and help lead Dacula past Lanier 8-0 in Region 8-AAAAAA Wednesday at home.
Boulware allowed just one hit and struck out six in five shutout innings as the Falcons improved to 14-3 overall and 9-0 in region play.
Collins Hill 5, Brookwood 4
SNELLVILLE — Chloe Sneed had two hits and an RBI, while Madison Spell drove in a run with a double and Alyssa Mejia added two more RBIs on a double as Collins Hill edged Brookwood 5-4 Wednesday at Brookwood
Denise Bees (1-0) pitched the final three innings to pick up the win out of the bullpen for the Eagles (6-6).
Grayson 8, Loganville 3
LOGANVILLE (Grayson) — A big start in the circle from Kayla Snowden and two hits each from Kayla Grace Lang, Emma Davis, Kelsie Walker and Kailyn Jones helped Grayson run past defending Class AAAAA state runner-up Loganville 8-3 Wednesday at home.
Snowden (5-1) allowed six hits and three earned runs and struck out two over four innings, but got plenty of support from Lang, whose hits included a solo home run and two RBIs, Davis and Walker, who drove in two runs each, and Jones 2 to pace the Rams’ (13-2) attack.