Kincheloe sisters lead Deerfield

Photo by Scott Chancey

Photo by Scott Chancey

The sister tandem of Casey and Lacey Kincheloe scored a goal apiece for Deerfield during a 2-0 win against Brookwood on Tuesday.

"It's the best we've played all year," said Deerfield coach Ally Joslin. "But we still have some work to do."

Kayla Hatcher had an assist and Casey Williams had two saves for Deerfield. Deerfield takes on Calvary Christain in its next game.

LEE COUNTY GIRLS 7, THOMASVILLE 0: Kelly Polk led the way for Lee County's girls with a game-high two goals during the win.

The win improves Lee County's record to 11-1-1 on the season.

"It was a good game for us," said Lee County coach Dave Baltenberger. Haley Cimino, Rachel Hatch, Carsen Taylor, Brittney Rackley, and Sarah Shefield each scored for Lee County. Baltenberger's team gears up for region action against Americus-Sumter on Tuesday.

WESTOVER GIRLS 6, WORTH 0: Neka Reed had a breakout game with three goals in the shutout win.

"This is the most talented team that Westover has had in a while simply because they have the heart to win," said Westover coach Terri Satterfieild. Omolara Okediai, Sachi Daughty and Tan Young scored the other three goals in the win.

WESTOVER BOYS 6, WORTH 0: Danny Brown had a monster game for Westover, scoring four goals. Pete Morton and Peter Davis accounted for the other two goals. On defense, Cory Walter racked up three saves for Westover, which push its record to 6-3 overall and 5-1 in the region.


PERRY 6, MONROE 2: Perry hit a grand slam in the third inning and never looked back.

The Tornadoes' Andrew Keagler was the losing pithcer, and teammate Johntavious Strum had two RBI in the sixth inning. Monroe's Xavier Rollins doubled.

OPEN BIBLE 17, BYNE 0: With the loss, Byne drops to 0-9 on the season. Byne's next game is on Friday against Grace in Bainbridge.

SOUTHLAND 6, DWS 4: Banks Kinslow was a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate, but that was not enough to stop Deerfield from dropping its first game of the season. The loss ended Deerfield's string of six consecuitve victories and puts the team's record at 6-1 overall and 0-1 in the region.

"We didnt do a good job of situational hitting and we had some errors," said Deerfield coach Rod Murray.

Michael Matthews and Davis Moore both went 2-for-4 for the Knights.

SEMINOLE CO. 16, RANDOLPH CLAY 1: Jaquan Johnson (2-0) needed only three innings of pitching to take care of business for Seminole, who improved to 8-1.

"They made us hit the ball and we put it in play," Seminole coach Truette Johnson said about his teams 16-hit effort.

Jarrid Coleman was 2-for-2 with a triple and a homerun for Seminole. Connor Chandler also had two hits for Seminole.

WINDSOR 8, SCA 7: Zane Hood went 3-for-4 with a homerun for Sherwood, but that wasn't enough to help them get the win.

Adam Snyder, Andrew Lanier, and Hunter Hatcher each had two hits for SCA. The loss make SCA's record 2-3 overall with a 0-1 record in the region.

TERRELL ACADEMY 8, FULLINGTON 0: Lance Shernisky (3-0) demonstrated why he remains undefeated on the season. Shernisky went five innings and finshed with eight strikeouts for Terrell. He also had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-4 while driving in three runs.

"This was a big region win for us," Terrell coach Ashley Walker said. "We jumped on them early and never let up."

The win improves Terrell's record to 5-3 overall with a perfect 2-0 region record. Colby Blackburn (2-for-4) added two RBI for Terrell in the shutout. Terrell's next game is on Friday.

CRISP ACADEMY 5, WESTWOOD 1: Not much went right for the Wildcats.

"We just had a lack of offense," Westwood coach Al Timmerman said after his team managed only two hits in the game.

THOMASVILLE 15, ALBANY 0: Albany's growing pains continued.

"It's like a broken record," Albany coach Charles Chatmon. "We are a young team and we are not going to be very competitive this season. We are just trying to get these young players some experience."

Albany's record now stands at 1-4 overall and its next game is Friday against Early.


LEE COUNTY BOYS 166, WORTH 187: Tyler Dorminey shot a 37 as he helped Lee County get the win over Worth County. Heath Tharp (39), Colby Duke (44), and Corey Cotton (46) each shot well for Lee County in the win.


The ASU softball team lost both games in its double header against West Georgia. The first game ended 9-3 and the second game ended 6-3.

"We swept (West Georgia) earlier in the season," said Lady Rams coach Robert Skinner. "So from the looks of things now, we are going in the wrong direction. We have to get back on track on offense and defense."