Lumpkin County’s sophomore soccer players put on a show against the Lady Eagles scoring all four of their goals in Eastside’s 4-o loss to start Region 8-AAAA play at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.
Five RBI’s, no-hitter by Phillips lifts Tiger over Morrow in region game
Salem did what they had to do scoring four runs in the top of the first inning as they were able to hold off Alcovy for a 4-2 win on Wednesday.
Eastside’s baseball team evened their record to 3-3 with their 16-0 win over Morgan County while the Rams fell to 3-6 after getting run-ruled 10-0 in Region 2-AAAAAA play by Stephenson during Wednesday’s games.
Rockdale’s tennis team had their way with Newton to start region 2-AAAAAA play with a 5-0 sweep in both matches on Tuesday.
Alcovy’s boys and girls golf team continued to dominate as Jasper County became the next victim to fell with a nine-hole sweep at the Oaks Course on Tuesday.
The Tigers started region play with a sweep over Morrow while the Eastside split their games against Sandy Creek in non-region play on Friday.
15 strikeouts by Croom leads Rams to victory
Newton and Eastside’s baseball teams had some success and disappointment in their games while the Alcovy won their matchup beating Pickens County 7-6 in nine innings on Saturday.
Luella’s defense was too much for the Lady Rams as they could only muster three shots on goal for the game losing their first Region 2-AAAAAA game 5-0 on Friday.
Newton’s soccer teams fought hard but at the end they could not overcome the Bulldogs offense as they were swept by Morgan County on Wednesday.
Alcovy’s four-year soccer starter Alex Jordan continues the Tigers tradition of sending players to the next level. Jordan will be playing a midfielder for the University of West Georgia Wolves.