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SUWANEE – Brookwood's baseball team used three pitchers to set down Peachtree Ridge 4-2 on Tuesday in a non-region contest.

Josh Sosa notched the win by going 3 1/3 innings and allowing three hits, one earned run and striking out five. C.J. Kachmar delivered 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief while fanning four. Aidan Hentschel notched the save.

Wes Franklin had two hits, including a solo home run. Jonathan Jamie also contributed a pair of hits and hit a home run while Brant Baughcum recorded a hit and an RBI for the Broncos (6-2).

BASEBALL

St. Pius 3, Norcross 2

ATLANTA — Norcross surrendered a late lead and lost 3-2 at St. Pius on Tuesday.

Christian Harmon led the Blue Devils, going 2-for-2. Daniel Haab also had a hit, leaving his season average at .489.

Anthony Bonacci started at pitcher for Norcross and gave up two runs on three hits in four innings. Nick Waid allowed one hit and one run in an inning and took the loss.

St. Francis 9, Providence Christian 5

DUNWOODY – St. Francis overpowered Providence Christian 9-5 on Tuesday. Ben Johnson had two hits and two RBIs while Austin Kohler added a double and scored a run for the Storm (4-3)

BOYS SOCCER

Grayson 2, Shiloh 1

SNELLVILLE – Grayson bested host Shiloh 2-1 in Region 8-AAAAAAA on Tuesday. Faith-Loic Djidjonou and Satchel Hart scored goals for the Rams (3-4, 3-1).

Parkview 4, Roswell 1

LILBURN – Jake Klinect scored two goals to lead Parkview to a 4-1 win over Roswell on Tuesday.

Ben Lightner and Zishan Dodhyani each tallied goal. Sam Morales had two assists while Olu Baker had one. Tyler Parnell made seven saves in goal to pick up the win which improves the Panthers to 5-3 on the season.

Archer 5, Rockdale 2

CONYERS – Archer remained undefeated in Region 8-AAAAAAA with a 5-2 win over Rockdale on Tuesday. Emmanuel Mgoy scored three goals to lead the Tigers (5-2, 3-0). Jacob Cundey and Caleb Busboom also scored in the victory.

Mountain View 1, Greater Atlanta Christian 0

NORCROSS – Mountain View nipped host Greater Atlanta Christian 1-0 on Tuesday. Ezra Hoffman scored off an assist from Diego Martinez for the only goal of the contest. The Bears improve to 4-2 on the season with the win.

Meadowcreek 4, Discovery 2

NORCROSS — Meadowcreek defeated Discovery 4-2 on Tuesday night.

Discovery got goals from Santiago Castro and Anderson Mercado.

GIRLS SOCCER

Flowery Branch 3, Peachtree Ridge 3

FLOWERY BRANCH – Peachtree Ridge and Flowery Branch battled to a 3-3 tie on Tuesday. Hannah Holley scored twice and Daniela Enriquez also scored for the Lions.

Lanier 3, Winder-Barrow 2

SUGAR HILL – Lanier's Emily Andrews scored twice to lead the Longhorns (2-5, 1-1) to a 3-2 win over Winder-Barrow on Tuesday in Region 8-AAAAAA. Zoe Zagotti also scored for Lanier.

Buford 10, Cedar Shoals 0

BUFORD – Buford opened Region 8-AAAAA action with a 10-0 win over Cedar Shoals on Tuesday.

Arden Paulino scored four times to lead the Wolves (6-1-1). Carley Borgelt, Sydney Borgelt, Jada Caraballo, Ryann Brooks, Rylee Brooks and Ava Sherman also scored. Maggie Leland and Jillian Starkey shared the clean sheet in goal.

Providence Christian 7, Weber School 0

LILBURN – Providence Christian cruised past visiting Weber School 7-0 on Tuesday.

Hannah Stewman paced the Storm (3-3) with three goals while Makayla Postma scored twice. Myra Newhouse and Heidi Whitten also scored while Leila Moss recorded the clean sheet in goal.

Hebron Christian 4, Chestatee 2

GAINESVILLE — Hebron Christian improved to 6-1 with a 4-2 victory at Chestatee on Tuesday.

Emma Martin scored two goals for the Lions, and Jadyn Steele and Ashley Allen added a goal apiece. Keira Oliver and Sydney Harris contributed assists.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Archer 20, Duluth 10

DULUTH – Archer doubled up host Duluth 20-10 on Tuesday. Emily Flynt led the Tigers (1-2-1) with eight goals while Braeley Hipp scored three goals in the win.

Buford 19, Dacula 3

BUFORD — Buford defeated Dacula 19-3 Tuesday after building a 13-1 halftime edge.

The Wolves (3-0) got big offensive games from Jordyn Olivo (five goals), Kylee Kangas (four goals, one assist), Skyler Thomas (three goals, two assists) and Leah Marsh (two goals, three assists). Other standouts included Lauryn Brown (two goals), Jordan Garrison (two goals, one assist) and Heather West (one goal, one assist).

Goalie Madison McCoy saved two of three shots on goal she faced.

Centennial 23, Wesleyan 10

PEACHTREE CORNERS – Centennial defeated host Wesleyan 23-10 on Tuesday to drop the Wolves to 3-4 overall on the season.

BOYS LACROSSE

Archer 18, Norcross 8

LAWRENCEVILLE – Archer downed visiting Norcross 18-8 on Tuesday. Wyatt Maddox led the Tigers (5-2) with seven goals. Luke Chamlee scored four times while Sam Lester dished out five assists in the victory.

Greater Atlanta Christian 16, Denmark 8

NORCROSS – Greater Atlanta Christian doubled up visiting Denmark 16-8 on Tuesday. Nathan Duriez led the Spartans (2-2, 1-0) with five goals and two assists. Parker Quisling added three goals and and assist, Thomas Lowman collected a pair of goals and dished out three assists while teammate Na'im Moss had two goals and two assists.

GIRLS TENNIS

Greater Atlanta Christian 5, Lumpkin County 0

NORCROSS – Greater Atlanta Christian blanked visiting Lumpkin County 5-0 on Tuesday. Jillian Hutson and Elizabeth Walton along with Belle Shirley and Sara Daye took the doubles points for the Spartans (4-1, 1-0). Caroline Lowenstein, Ellie Viner and Erin Hoover won in singles.

BOYS TENNIS

Greater Atlanta Christian 5, Lumpkin County 0

NORCROSS – Greater Atlanta Christian defeated Lumpkin County 5-0 on Tuesday. Jack Olinger, Will Trocchi and Nico Warner won in singles. Cole Bryant and Owen Jacobson along with Will Hawkins and Jake Robinson won in doubles for the Spartans (4-1, 1-0).

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