The Adairsville baseball team won at Murray County Monday night in a Region 6AAA matchup by a score of 6-3.
Caden Gibbs tossed a complete game for the Tigers scattering seven hits with seven strikeouts.
Adairsville took a 6-0 lead with a single run in the first inning, two runs in the fourth, and three more runs in the fifth frame. Sam Seaman led the offense with three hits and three RBIs that included a double and a home run.
Adairsville is now 9-15 on the season and 4-9 in region play.
Woodland and Kell went back-and-forth on the scoreboard Monday night in Cobb County with the Wildcats pulling out a crucial 8-6 Region 7 5-A victory in eight innings.
Grayson Bagwell started for Woodland and tossed six strong innings, while Tommy Peed picked up the pitching win by pitching the seventh inning and Garrett Pope earned a save in the eighth.
In the eighth inning, a pair of walks to Dylan Webb and Garrett Cornett led to Webb scoring on a wild pitch. Jacob Frye was hit by a pitch to put runners on first and second. Hunter Reaid then singled to right field to put the Wildcats ahead 7-5 and Cauy Williams’ RBI single to left field scored Frye to give Woodland a three-run lead.
Williams and Noah Ludy both had two hits for Woodland and combined for five RBIs.
Woodland is now 15-8 on the season and 6-5 in region play.
Cass battled East Paulding to the final out Monday night but fell to the visiting Raiders 3-2 in extra innings.
The Colonels out-hit East Paulding ten to six and played error-free defense. They also rallied to load the bases in the bottom of the eighth down by a run but came up just short.
Jake Collum pitched the first seven innings for Cass, but after 107 pitches had to be relieved for the eighth inning. Collum allowed two runs on five hits and one walk. He fanned ten.
Collum finished with three hits and Nathan Smith had two hits for Cass.
Cass is now 13-13 on the season and 6-7 in region play.
Georgia Highlands pitchers Tyler Sellers and David Hulsey combined to shutout the Shorter University JV team, 10-0 on Monday at LakePoint. Both pitchers went three innings each and each fanned three Hawks.
The Chargers’ offense rapped out ten hits and scored in each inning except two. GHC posted seven runs in the first two innings combined and added two runs in the fourth with another in the sixth inning for their 10-run total.
Georgia Highlands College is now 29-14 on the season.