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POSTED: September 28, 2013 5:00 a.m.
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Richmond Hill High School’s Jena Jacobs (18) goes for a kill Thursday during a rare home match for the Lady Wildcats. Richmond Hill beat Ware County (25-12, 25-16), Savannah Arts Academy (25-18, 25-21) and Effingham County (25-17, 15-25, 25-20) to improve to 20-11 overall and 12-2 in Region 3-AAAAA. The Lady Wildcats, who return home Tuesday for nonregion matches, are second in Region 3-AAAAA behind Glynn Academy.

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Bryan County HIgh School outhit Vidalia but fell 6-3 on Tuesday in a Region 2-AA contest. 
Logan Harrell had a home run for the Lady Redskins, who fell to 15-10 overall and 11-6 in Region 2-AA. Bryan County outhit the Lady Indians 6-5, according to the team’s Gamechanger site.
Brooke Barfield was 1-for-3 and drove in two runs, Layton Harrell was 1-for-3 with an RBI and Kaylin Leggett drove a run as well for BCHS.
Barfield went the distance on the mound for the Lady Redskins, striking out three while surrendering five hits and walking three.
The Lady Redskins are slated to open the Region 2-AA playoffs on Thursday against Long County at Jeff Davis High School.
Bryan County is currently fourth in the region behind Jeff Davis, Bacon County and Vidalia.

Lady Wildcats cruise to win over Savannah Country Day
Richmond Hill High School improved to 18-5 with an 8-0 win in five inningsover Savannah Country Day on Tuesday at Savannah Country Day.
Ally Crum picked up the win for the Lady Wildcats, giving up one hit while striking out seven in four innings. Sammi Maull tossed an inning in relief, striking out one.
Richmond Hill collected seven hits in the game. Ciara Patrick led the way with a 2-for-3 day that included three RBIs and two runs scored.
Cristy Davenport also recorded two hits and drove in four runs for RHHS, which got hits from Katy Petty, Liz Wallace and Taylor Rine. Wallace also drove in a run.
The Lady Wildcats, who lead Region 3-AAAAA(A) with a 7-1 mark, begin the region tournament Thursday in Glynn County.

 

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