Sequoyah 4, Johns Creek 0
Sequoyah senior Colin Koprowski struck out a career-high 14 and recorded his first career no-hitter in a 4-0 win over Johns Creek on Saturday.
Koprowski earned the win pitching seven innings while allowing no hits, no runs and two walks. The Columbus State commit needed 88 pitches to finish the game and help lead Sequoyah (3-3) to victory in the Chiefs’ second game of the day.
Austin Tienda finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs while Lance Leatherwood finished 1-for-3 with one RBI.
Coffee 11, Sequoyah 8
Sequoyah could not contain the bats of Coffee as the Chiefs fell in their first game of the day on Saturday. Coffee finished with 12 hits while Sequoyah finished with seven.
Hunter Long finished 2-for-3 with three runs scored and Bradley Gordon finished 2-for-3 with one run scored and one RBI. Austin Tienda finished 1-for-1 with two walks and two runs scored while Jared McRoberts finished 1-for-4 with three RBIs.
Cherokee 3, Collins Hill 2
After an errant throw to first base on a bunt attempt by Tyler Pressnel, Carson Mynatt came around to score an earn Cherokee (3-1) the walk-off victory in the Warriors’ second game of the day on Saturday.
Landon Ergle finished 2-for-2 with one run scored while Mynatt finished 1-for-4 with one run scored. Austin Cole, Joe Fisher, Cody Montgomery and Pressnel each finished with one hit apiece.
Tyler Goddard picked up the win pitching three innings while allowing no hits, no runs, no walks and striking out four.
Blessed Trinity 5, Cherokee 1
A five-run bottom of the third was enough for Blessed Trinity to overtake Cherokee in the Warriors’ first game on Saturday afternoon.
Lex Kenny finished 3-for-3 while Carson Mynatt finished 2-for-3 for the Warriors. Austin Cole finished 1-for-3 with one run scored.
Etowah 12, Cairo 5
The Eagles’ bats exploded for a season high 13 hits and 12 runs as Etowah (1-5) won its first game of the season on Saturday evening.
Cole Ellis finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored and one RBI while Taydan DeVargas, Tom Holbird and Carson Kirby each finished with two hits apiece. Michael Sharman finished 1-for-3 with three runs scored, two walks two RBI. Sharman drove in DeVargas in the top of the second with an inside-the-park home run.
Nick Wilson picked up the win pitching three innings while allowing three unearned runs and striking out four.
Tattnall Square 4, Etowah 2
Tattnall square scored one run in the top of the sixth and two runs in the top of the seventh as Etowah dropped its first game of the day on Saturday. Tattnall committed three errors to Etowah’s none but outhit the Eagles 10-5.
Taydan DeVargas finished 2-for-2 with one RBI. Will Hockman, Carson Kirby and Michael Sharman each finished with one hit apiece.
Cherokee 12, Mount Paran 1/ five innings
Lex Kenny finished 3-for-3 with three runs scored and three RBIs as Cherokee won its second game of the season on Friday night.
Adam Dorn finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored while Austin Cole, Landon Ergle and Joe Fisher each finished with two RBIs apiece. Brady Calloway picked up the win pitching 3 innings while allowing five hits, one earned run and striking out four.
Cambridge 4, Etowah 3
Etowah scored three runs in the top of the first but were unable to hold on for victory as Cambridge defeated the Eagles on Friday night.
Taydan DeVargas, Cole Ellis, Will Hockman and Michael Sharman each finished with one base hit apiece for Etowah. DeVargas, Davis Newman and Sharman each finished with one RBI apiece.
River Ridge 7, Milton 0
A six-run bottom of the third was enough for the Knights (3-3) to pull away for victory on Friday night.
Jared Woodward picked up the win for River Ridge pitching four innings while allowing two hits, two walks and striking out five. Austin Clark and Ryan Taylor combined to pitch the final three innings with Clark striking out all six batters he faced.
Mason Port finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs and one run scored.
St. Pius 8, Sequoyah 1
St. Pius scored at least one run in each of the final three innings as Sequoyah fell on Friday night. Lance Leatherwood and Austin Tienda each finished with two hits apiece with Aaron Hupp recording the only other hit for the Chiefs.
Woodstock 2, Alpharetta 1/ eight innings
Blake Aita picked and William Kock combined to hold Alpharetta to one run in eight innings as Woodstock (5-1) won at home on Friday night.
Aita pitched four innings to start the game allowing five hits, one earned run and striking out nine while Kock pitched the final 3 innings allowing no hits, two walks and striking out five.