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WEDNESDAY'S/THURSDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Sherwood's Hood blasts 3 HRs in rout of Open Bible; Deerfield boys soccer scores landmark win vs. Tattnall

Sherwood star Zane Hood continues his early season tear as he has the biggest day of any Southwest Georgia prep star so far this year when he goes long three times in a 12-2 win Thursday vs. Open Bible. (ADDS: items on DWS boys soccer; Westover-Miller baseball; SCA, Lee girls soccer)

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FRIDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP/SPORTS BRIEFS: Lee County, Seminole, SGA baseball all win; Lee, SCA girls soccer win; former Olympic gold medal swimmers to be in Albany today

A seventh-inning rally earns Lee County baseball a 6-5 win against Hardaway on Friday night and starts the Trojans out at 1-0 in region play.

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THURSDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: 2010 Herald POY Brown, Patel lead Westover boys soccer in 9-2 crushing of Crisp

Reigning Herald Player of Year for boys soccer, Danny Brown, drops four goals on Crisp on Thursday in 9-2 Westover rout.

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MONDAY/TUESDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Deerfield baseball loses Monday in Ala., wins Tuesday at Terrell Academy

Deerfield loses to Glenwood Academy in extra innings on Monday, but blasts Terrell Academy, 17-0 on Tuesday. The area roundup includes, baseball, soccer, and tennis games from Monday and Tuesday from area teams. (ADDS: items on Lee County boys, girls soccer; Westover boys, girls soccer; Sherwood girls soccer; Seminole, Westwood, SGA, Randolph Southern baseball; and DWS, Albany, Early County boys, girls tennis)

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THURSDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Baconton, SGA, Worth baseball all win; Sherwood girls soccer moves to 2-0; DWS tennis teams open season with wins

Thursday's area prep action sees Worth, Baconton and SGA baseball all win, while DWS boys and girls tennis and SCA girls soccer both roll.

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WEDNESDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Seminole baseball now 5-0; AHS tops Dougherty; Westover soccer ties Colquitt

The Indians rout Malone (Fla.) on Wednesday, 14-0, in five innings to stay perfect on the season.


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