Prep Roundup: Gauvreau’s one-hitter paces Jackets’ victory
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Lassiter’s Grant Berry slides into third against Franklin County (Ky.) on Thursday. The Trojans went on to win 11-1. Staff / Jeff Stanton
Lassiter’s Grant Berry slides into third against Franklin County (Ky.) on Thursday. The Trojans went on to win 11-1. Staff / Jeff Stanton

Bobby Gauvreau pitched a complete-game one-hitter, while striking out 11 as Sprayberry downed North Springs 4-1 Thursday in a Region 7AAAAA contest.

Jordan McClure went 2-for-2 with a double and a run scored, while Michael Chavis and Tucker Breen each had a double and an RBI. Gauvreau improved to 5-1 on the season.

The Yellow Jackets (12-4, 9-2) will play at Forsyth Central on Saturday.

Lassiter 11, Franklin Co. (Ky.) 1 (6 inn.): The Trojans out-hit its opponent 12-3 and benefitted from three errors. Brennan Dolan ended the shortened game in the sixth inning when he brought home two runs on a triple.

Casey Robins had two RBIs as well off a double in the second inning, while Grant Berry, Nathan Anthes and Matt McGuire each went 2-for-2 at the plate. Anthes and Randall Heller each had an RBI of their own, while Heller and McGuire each had a double.

Tim Eber pitched three innings allowing one hit to earn the win. Jacob McKlinskey pitched the last two innings and finished with four strikeouts.

Lassiter (5-8) plays at Hillgrove today.

North Cobb 10, Stockbridge 0: Noah Hahlbohn earned the win on the mound in just three frames of work, improving to 3-1 on the season.

Tyler Martin went 2-for-3 at the plate with two RBIs and a double, while Nolan Greckel went 2-for-3 with a double and three runs scored. Elijah Sepnieski had a bases-clearing double.

North Cobb (11-5) hosts Harrison on Saturday.

Forsyth Central 11, Kell 6: The Longhorns were in position to win in the bottom of the 11th when they loaded the bases, but they couldn’t push a run across. Forsyth Central took advantage in the next frame, scoring five runs to pull away.

Jackson Pickert was a home run away from the cycle, going 5-for-6 at the plate with three singles, a double and a triple. Chris Lucero started on the mound, lasting five innings with four strikeouts against seven hits.

Kell (8-8, 6-6) plays at Pope on Saturday.

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