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PREP ROUNDUP: Pinecrest baseball wins fourth straight; Lambert boys lax wins in North Carolina

Pinecrest Academy 10, Walker 1

The Paladins won their fourth straight and improved to 4-5 with an easy home win over the Wolverines on Thursday.

Patrick O’Rourke went six innings and allowed just two hits for the Paladins and was one of three batters with multiple hits, alongside Jay Sorohan and Connor Ensman. Caleb Bohn had a home run for Pinecrest out of the three-hole.

Cherokee 5, Denmark 3

The Danes outhit the Warriors 10-9 on Thursday, but five errors didn’t make things easier on Denmark, which fell to 5-7 with the loss.

Carson Russell, J.J. Corr and Gray Wilson each had two hits for the Danes, and Logan DeLong had a home run.

Milton 9, North Forsyth 2

North fell to 6-5 with a loss in its Region 5-7A opener at home on Thursday.

The contest was close through three innings, with a single Eagles run in the second giving Milton a lead, but four Eagles runs in the fourth and four more in the fifth put things out of reach for the Raiders. North was held to just three hits on the night, with Miles Hartsfield’s double being one of them.


Milton 3, North Forsyth 2

The Eagles scored with five minutes remaining to send the Raiders to the loss, which put them at 0-6-1 overall and 0-4-0 in region play.


Flowery Branch 6, Denmark 0

The Danes fell to 1-5-0 overall and 1-2-0 in region play with a loss at home to the Falcons on Friday.


Lambert 11, Ponte Vedra 6

The Longhorns, playing in the Southeast Showdown tournament in Durham, N.C., beat their opponent from Florida on Friday night to improve to 6-0 on the year.

South Forsyth 24, Riverside Military Academy 0

The War Eagles got their biggest win of the season on Thursday night at home and improved to 4-3 on the season in the process.


West Forsyth 10, Blessed Trinity 10

The Wolverines and Titans’ game on Friday night was called due to lightning in the area. The tie happened to be the Wolverines’ second of the season and moved their record to 3-0-2.

Forsyth Central 13, Mount Pisgah 8

The Bulldogs won their second straight game on the road on Thursday, improving their record to 3-2.