South Forsyth made a thrilling comeback to beat North Forsyth 10-7 and move into first place in the region. “I just thought that we never really gave up, and we really dug deep,” South’s Lauren Baccari said. “We came together as a team and grinded it out.” North (11-8, 7-4 in Region 5-7A) came out raking to start the game. The first three batters of the game hit a single, a triple, and a double. They got three extra-base hits in the first inning to take a 4-0 lead.
It was a battle of Longhorns on Friday night, and Lambert came up on the short end in a sloppy 15-6 loss to Lanier. Neither team was able to get anything going offensively, but Lanier (2-2) won the turnover battle 3-1, which made all the difference. Lambert (1-3) limited Lanier to only one score off of those three turnovers, but that was all they needed. “We had some fundamental breakdowns early on, and they capitalized on both of them right away,” Lambert head coach Louis Daniel said.
North Forsyth came into Thursday’s match with the game plan to feed Maddie Bryant, and that’s exactly what they did in their win over West Forsyth. North won 25-17, 25-16, and 25-22 to defeat cross-county foe, West, and Bryant was huge part of that. She totaled 22 kills in the three games. It didn’t hurt matters that Bryant had Logan Taft there to set her up again and again. Everything went through Taft. In the three games, she totaled 40 sets.
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