Graham Sporting Goods Baseball/Softball scoring updates from Thursday:EG, SWG, NWG, Caldwell Baseball, NWG and HPCA Softball

Posted by Andy Durham on April 4, 2014 at 10:33 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

High School Baseball
Northwest Guilford 17, Western Guilford 4
Eastern Guilford 11, Providence Grove 1
See full report below….
Caldwell 3, Trinity of Durham 2 (12)
See full report below…
Southwest Guilford 5, Ledford 1

High School Softball
Northwest Guilford 4, Southern Alamance 2
WP:G. Staunton/LP:N. Bird

High Point Christian Academy 7, Greater Cabarrus 4
Tuesday:HPCA 6, Forsyth Country Day 2

JV Softball:Southern Alamance 5, NWG 4


Eastern Guilford 11
Providence Grove 1

WP – Stefan Greeson
LP – Nick Hooker

EG Offense:
Andrew Robinson 2-2, 2 RBI’s, 2 2B’s, BB, run, SAC
Luke Robinson 2-3, 2 RBI’s, 2 2B’s, run
Jordan Rohrer 1-3, 2 RBI’s, 2B
Jacob Finnerty 1-2, RBI, 2 BB’s
Khyree Lundy 1-3, RBI
Hunter Ballard 1-2, 2 runs, BB
Stefan Greeson, 1-2, 2 runs, BB
Caleb Robinson 2 RBI’s

PG Offense:
Gage White 2-2
Seth Hardin 2-3
Bryson Beck 1-3, run, 3B
Caleb Smith 1-1, RBI, sac, BB

Caldwell 3; Trinity of Durham 2 (12)
WP – Aker
LP – Kowalski
Caldwell – Young 9IP/14K, Chilton 2-4, 3B, RBI; Holley 2-6 RBI
Caldwell (7-4)

Game played on Tuesday 4/1:
HPCA dropped Forsyth Country Day

HPCA won their first conference game of the year against Forsyth Country Day on Tuesday winning 6/2.

HPCA took the lead in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Lindsay Cecil, followed by a two RBI double by Sloane McPeak.

Ashlyn Kennedy handled Forsyth Country Day’s lineup racking up eight strikeouts. Ashlyn allowed two earned runs, four hits and five walks over seven innings.

Leading hitters were Sloane McPeak 2/2 2 RBI, Sydney Harris 1/2 with a walk, Grace Young 1/2

WP Ashlyn Kennedy 8/0
HPCA 9/0

Game played on Thursday 4/3:

HPCA take out the Greater Cabarrus Stallions with help from Maddie Faulkner, 7-4

HPCA beat the Greater Cabarrus Stallions 7-4 in seven innings on Thursday behind Maddie Faulkner, who went 1-1.

She singled in the fourth inning.

Sloane McPeak was a workhorse on the rubber for HPCA. Sloane allowed three earned runs, five hits and one walk while striking out four over seven innings of work.

HPCA went up for good in the first, scoring two runs on A two-run single by Ashlyn Kennedy.

HPCA increased its lead with two runs in the second. The inning looked promising, as Sydney Harris doubled, scoring Grace Young to kick things off. That was followed up by Lindsay Cecil’s single, bringing home Sydney.

WP Sloane McPeak 2/0
HPCA 10/0

HPCA plays at Charlotte Christian Friday 4/4 at 5PM

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