Baseball: Former South standout Adams drafted by Padres Baseball: Former South standout Adams draf...

June 8, 2012

By Jared Putnam

jputnam@forsythnews.com

Three years ago, Brian Adams picked the college football gridiron over the professional baseball diamond. Given the same choice again today, the former South Forsyth standout is swinging for the opposite field. The San Diego Padres selected Adams in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB Draft (No. 255... [Read More]


 

Baseball: Whitewater rallies past Central twice in quarterfinals Baseball: Whitewater rallies past Central twice in quarterfinals

FAYETTEVILLE — These ’Cats might have more than nine lives. Making its first state quarterfinals appearance in more than a decade, Forsyth Central saw a 4-1 lead slip away to Whitewater at the last possible moment in Game 1 and again late in Game 2 on Tuesday, as the No. 9-ranked W... [Read More]


 

Baseball: No. 1 Greenbrier ends South's season Baseball: No. 1 Greenbrier ends South's season

EVANS — Greenbrier coach Chris Wilkins really didn’t want his No. 1-ranked Wolfpack to have to play a third game against South Forsyth in the second round of the Class AAAA baseball state playoffs. So when Clint Hardy drilled a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning Thursday,... [Read More]


 

Baseball: Central sweeps Lee County, advances to state quarters

LEESBURG — Forsyth Central’s Andrew Gist and David Bermudez were pulling the strings on the mound Wednesday to make sure Lee County’s bats stayed off-balance. Gist and Bermudez held Lee County to five runs and eight hits in two games, sweeping the Trojans in the second round ... [Read More]


 

Baseball: No. 2 Loganville bedevils Lambert Baseball: No. 2 Loganville bedevils Lambert

LOGANVILLE — Lambert’s final inning in the field Saturday was an ugly reminder of the problem that’s held the team back all season: pitching depth. Seven different Longhorns pitchers trotted to the mound in the fourth inning of Game 3, as No. 2-ranked Loganville scored nine r... [Read More]


 



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