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Purnell Swett 11    Ashley 1

Evan Laverick hit a triple and finished with two hits for Ashley.

 North Brunswick 5   East Columbus 4

Landen Wright hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth inning to give North Brunswick a 5-4 victory over East Columbus. Jaheed Cason threw a complete game in the winning effort for the Scorpions.

 West Columbus 7    South Brunswick 5

Andrew Phillips and Tanner Coley each had two hits, but South Brunswick could not overcome four errors and let an early lead slip away in a 7-5 defeat against West Columbus on Thursday.



Trask 9     Hoggard 3

Aleah Thompson went 3-for-4 for Hoggard with a triple.

 East Columbus 8   North Brunswick 4



Laney 9   West Brunswick 0

Laney continued to flex its muscle through the early portion of conference play following a 9-0 win on Thursday.

Haley Shand scored a hat trick, while Baley Edwards and Courtney Dwertman tallied twice. Alex Butorovich chipped in with two assists.

 Hoggard 8    South Brunswick 0

 New Hanover 2   Topsail 0

Sally Sloan and Joanie Richardson lifted New Hanover to a 2-0 result on Thursday. Sloan and Abbey Campbell each added an assist, while Flannery Hutko made one save in the shutout.

The Wildcats moved to 1-1 in conference and 2-5-1 overall