Veterans sweeps Bainbridge; rest fall

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Perry HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Veterans turned out to be the only county team to bring home a win on the baseball diamond Friday, and in fact the Warhawks got two. They swept Bainbridge at home in a doubleheader, 8-2, 13-8. Derek Wylie helped sparked a seven-run outburst in Game 1. He led off with a double in the fourth. (Veterans was already up 1-0 …

VHS sweeps WR; Perry girls and boys win; NHS splits with Lee County

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Warner Robins’ girls felt what the last five – make it six – Veterans opponents have felt. The Demonettes were shut out 9-0 by the Lady Warhawks Tuesday at Freedom Field. All told then, Veterans’ girls have outscored their last five opponents 44-0 – 50-1 for the last six. They improved to 8-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 1-AAAAA. Warner …

Perry beats Upson-Lee again; VHS edges out Harris County

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Perry HS, Veterans HS

Upson-Lee gets one more shot (Friday) but to date you might say Perry has its number. Actually, you might say Bryce Morgan has its number. Morgan was responsible for a two-run walk-off double in the seventh that gave the Panthers a 2-1 win over the Trojans back on March 3. Tuesday, he pitched seven strong innings in a 7-2 win. …

Warhawks fall in 9; Panthers get walk-off win

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Thomas County Central’s Keyton Smith and two pitchers for Veterans, Derek Wylie and Leyton Pinckney, locked up in a pitcher’s duel Friday at the home of the Warhawks. In the end it was the one that got away – literally a pitch from Pinckney – that helped the Yellow Jackets come away with the 2-1 win. The game took nine …

Local clubs eliminated from state tournament

Don Moncrief Basketball, Featured, Northside HS, Perry HS, Warner Robins HS

Northside’s, Warner Robins and Perry’s boys had this: Making it to the quarterfinals of the state basketball tournament is a feat in and of itself. What they didn’t have, after Wednesday’s road matchups for all three, was an advance to the Final Four. The Eagles fell to Brunswick 64-54. The Demons ran into one of those Buford teams – like …