March 8, 2010
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The Rams pull ahead of the Patriots for No. 1 in the Region 1-AAA race Friday with a convincing 9-1 win at Paul Eames.
FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL ROUNDUP: After getting hit in the face by a baseball, SCA's Hood returns, comes up big in win
Sherwood's Zane Hoods gets back on the field eight days after getting beaned in the face by a baseball as he strikes out 10 Windsor batters in an 11-7 win.
The centennial celebration of the Worth County baseball team's historic Pope Park continues today with an "Old Timer's Game" and home-run derby with registration beginning at noon and festivities beginning at 1 p.m.
TUESDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Lee baseball loses first game; Monroe, DWS keep rolling (UPDATES: adds details on Lee County game, fixes run sequence)
The Lee County baseball team loses it first game of the year Tuesday, while the Monroe squad moves to a perfect 5-0 and Deerfield improves to 2-0.
The Monroe High School baseball team remains perfect after a strong game by players like Justin Mims and Jontavious Strum during an 11-3 victory against Kendrick.
For the second game in a row, the Seminoles beat up on the Bulldogs in a clash of Top 25 teams.
SATURDAY'S PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Williams, Lee County beat former player Hill, Centennial; Terrell Academy splits 2010 openers
Facing former player Jake Hill, who is now the coach at Centennial, Lee County baseball coach Rob Williams' team puts a 10-3 beating on his one-time pupil.
Atlanta beats the Nationals, 11-8, on Friday.
National Top 25 powers Florida State and Georgia play Game 1 of the three-game series today in Tallahassee, Fla.
SATURDAY'S COLLEGE BASEBALL ROUNDUP: UGA rallies to beat Stetson; FSU crushes Hofstra; Tech edges Xavier
Stetson's Roberts Crews smacks three home runs Saturday, but it isn't enough to beat Georgia, which rallies for a 9-8 victory in Athens.
COLLEGE BASEBALL Ex-Lee County star Nichols helps Tech beat Xavier; Georgia pounds Stetson; FSU-Hofstra ppd.
Former Lee County star and Herald Player of the Year, Thomas Nichols, helps lead Georgia Tech to a narrow, 5-4, win against Xavier on Friday.