PEACHTREE CORNERS — A big Saturday from Jalen Fulwood powered Wesleyan’s baseball team to a 15-0 victory in four innings against Mount Paran.
Fulwood hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and had six RBIs, in addition to being the winning pitcher. He struck out six and allowed two hits in his four innings on the mound.
Wesleyan had five home runs — Luke Carroll also hit a grand slam, Cooper Blauser had a three-run shot and James McCoy had a solo blast. Both grand slams from Fulwood and Carroll came in a decisive, eight-run second inning.
Carroll finished 3-for-3, Blauser was 2-for-3 and McCoy was 1-for-1.
Grayson splits with Sandy Creek
LOGANVILLE — Grayson split games Saturday with Sandy Creek, winning the opener 12-0 in five innings and falling 3-2 in the nightcap.
Bodie Eilertson (6-0) won the opener, pitching all five innings for a two-hitter. He struck out five and walked none, in addition to providing two hits, two runs and an RBI to the offense.
Grady Bryant (two hits, two runs, one RBI) and Blane Holliday (one hit, three RBIs, two runs) also contributed in Game 1.
Tyler Gray pitched five innings in the nightcap and gave up three unearned runs. He struck out six. Jimmy Lipsey pitched the final two innings, striking out one and allowing one hit.
The Rams (14-3) got two doubles from Henry Hunter and a hit and a run from Eilertson in Game 2.
Jackson, Wenz win tourney title
SUWANEE — Wesleyan was third in Saturday’s Buford Best Ball Tournament at Bear’s Best Golf Club.
The two-player team of Beau Jackson and Charlie Wenz earned low medalist honors in a field of 60 teams with a bogey-free, 6-under-par 66.
Wesleyan eighth in tourney
GREENSBORO — Wesleyan placed eighth in the GSGA High School Girls Invitational at Harbor Club on Saturday.
Jada Richardson led the Wolves with a fifth-place finish individually at 8-over in the two-day event.
Buford wins home meet
BUFORD — Buford scored 107.6 points and improved its state ranking by two spots with a victory Saturday in a home meet at Gymnastix Training Center. The meet also featured Centennial, Roswell, Milton and Villa Rica.
Marissa Ashton was the all-around champion with a score of 37.25, and teammate Suhani Munshi was third in the all-around at 35.1. Ashton won the vault (9.8) and floor (9.75), and took second on bars (9.0) and beam (8.7). Munshi was second on floor (9.5) and third on bars (8.8).
The Wolves’ Jewel Clark won bars (9.2) and was third on beam (8.65).