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Rockmart tramples Washington
The Washington team traveled to Rockmart this week to face off against the Rockmart Yellowjackets on Wednesday. The Rockmart Yellowjackets walked away with the victory, beating the Bulldogs soundly, 13-0. The win brought Rockmart's record to 22-6, while Washington's record fell to 8-10.
South Atlanta outmatched by Model
The South Atlanta Hornets fell to the Rome Model Blue Devils 0-10 at home on Wednesday. The loss brought South Atlanta's record to 12-7, while Model's record rose to 17-8.
Westminster yields to Jefferson
Also on Wednesday, the Westminster Wildcats traveled to Jefferson to face off against the Jefferson Dragons. They drove home disappointed: the Wildcats lost to the Jefferson Dragons by a score of 0-8. The win brought Jefferson's record to 25-3, while Westminster's record fell to 17-13.
Hart County bests Lovett
On Wednesday, the Lovett Lions clashed with the Hartwell Hart County Bulldogs. The Hart County Bulldogs wrangled a win from the Lions, 4-2. The loss brought Lovett's record to 17-12, while Hart County's record rose to 16-15.
Westminster squeaks past Jefferson
Thursday brought a new round of high school matchups, with the Jefferson Dragons facing off against the Westminster Wildcats. It was a nail biter: the Wildcats just snuffed out the Jefferson Dragons in a 5-4 win. The loss brought Jefferson's record to 25-3, while Westminster's record rose to 17-13.
Lovett strikes out against Hart County
Also on Thursday, the Lovett Lions fell to the Hartwell Hart County Bulldogs by a score of 0-7. The loss brought Lovett's record to 17-12, while Hart County's record rose to 16-15.
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