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Hannan Razeq

WINDER – Mountain View's softball team traveled to Apalachee and defeated the host Wildacats 5-3 on Monday.

Sarah Currie went five innings to earn the win in the circle for the Bears (4-1). Currie allowed two hits and struck out six. Lexie Simonton went the final two innings to close out the win.

Hannan Razeq hit a solo home run to lead the offense. Ahmari Braden added a triple and scored on an RBI single by Kellie Ervin. Chloe Shrope also drove in a run in the win.

SOFTBALL

Brookwood 5, Lassiter 1

SNELLVILLE – Brookwood blanked visiting Lassiter 5-1 on Monday. Danielle Taitt spun the complete game shutout in the circle while striking out four. Anna Dover led the Broncos (2-1) with three hits and two RBIs.

Leah Palmer had two hits, Olivia Rogozinski added two hits and drove in a run while Grace Young had a double and scored twice in the victory.

Norcross 12, Rockdale County 2 (5 innings)

NORCROSS – Norcross defeated Rockdale County 12-2 in a five inning game on Monday. Ann-Margaret Jones had a walk-off grand slam to lead the Blue Devils (3-2).

Kedzie Howe was the winning pitcher and helped her own cause with two hits and three runs scored. Molly Hamrick added two hits and two RBIs and Lea Smith recorded two hits and drove in a run.

Greater Atlanta Christian 8, Dawson County 0

NORCROSS – Greater Atlanta Christian's Faith Vento tossed a complete game shutout as the Spartans defeated Dawson County 8-0 on Monday. Vento fanned 12 as GAC evened up its season record at 2-2.

Ally Perez had two hits and two RBIs, Rachel Pellegrini added a triple and drove in two runs while Sydney Deardorff contributed a hit and drove in a pair of runs.

Mt. Paran 14, Hebron Christian 5

DACULA – Hebron Christian fell 14-5 to visiting Mt. Paran on Monday. Jessie Parish and Macy Poisal led the Lions (2-2) with three hits, apiece. Nicole Azar added two RBIs while Sydney Harris also drove in a run.

Clarke Central 16, Providence Christian 10

LILBURN – Clarke Central hung on to defeat Providence Christian 16-10 on Monday. Hannah Nolan led the Storm with four hits, including a home run and three RBIs and three stolen bases. Sydney Flood added two hits and two RBIs while Emily O'Connor walked twice and stole three bases.

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