DONALSONVILLE -- So much for this Georgia-Florida border war.
Malone, which sits just seven miles across the border from Seminole County, got blown out by the Indians on Wednesday, 14-0, in five innings. With the win, Seminole improved to 5-0 to start its 2011 season.
And once again, the Buczek Brothers led the way.
That, and the fact the Indians blasted four home runs.
Josh Buczek, a junior, just missed hitting for the cycle by one as he finished 3-for-4 with a home run, a triple and a single.
Older brother Sam went 2-for-5 and also had a home run, but finished with a team-high 5 RBI on a two-run single and a 3-run deep shot.
Dee Virgin finished 2-for-3 with a home run, and Chris Brown was 2-for-3 with a HR and 3 RBI.
Quan Johnson earned the win, pitching three innings, striking out one with no walks and giving up three hits.
g ALBANY HIGH BASEBALL 7, DOUGHERTY 5, (5): In a game shortened by darkness, the Indians moved to 3-1 thanks to Josh Nolin's save and two-run single in the fourth inning with Albany trailing, 3-2.
Shaquillie Clark earned the win for Albany, striking out five.
g WESTOVER BOYS SOCCER 4, COLQUITT 4: Reigning Herald Player of the Year Danny Brown returned from a two-game suspension Wednesday and scored all four goals in a tie with larger Class AAAAA Colquitt County. Westover is now 1-1-2 with a win against Worth County, 9-0, a tie vs. TCC, 2-2, and a loss to Lowndes, 6-0.
Westover returns to action Friday at Americus-Sumter.