South Brunswick 11 Laney 4
Kris Keller had two hits and 3 RBIs to lead South Brunswick to its first conference result of the season following an 11-4 win at home against Laney on Thursday.
Derek Astoske was strong on the mound for the Cougars, who moved to 1-2 in the division and 7-3 overall. Andrew Phillips and Josh Carter both drove in a pair of runs, while Astoske fanned seven in four innings of relief.
The Bucs took a 3-1 lead into the bottom of the third when South Brunswick rallied for five runs in the frame. Laney got one back in the fourth, but the Cougars plated four more in the bottom of the inning to grab a 10-4 advantage.
Laney committed four errors in the contest, while both teams finished with nine hits. John Speight and Spencer Gray had two hits apiece for the Bucs. Laney dropped to 0-4 in conference and 4-9 on the year.
West Forsyth 6 Ashley 0
A.C. Reynolds 6 Hoggard 3
Ashley 1 New Hanover 0
Carly Higgins scored the lone goal of the match in the second half as the Screaming Eagles grabbed a 1-0 shutout against New Hanover.
Ashley moved to 2-1 in conference and 5-3-1 overall. The Wildcats dropped to 1-3 in league action and 2-7-1 this season.
Laney 2 West Carteret 0
Baley Edwards tallied in the 19th minute and Haley Shand found the back of the net later in the first half as Laney dominated play in a 2-0 shutout over West Carteret. Sydney Young posted five saves in the clean sheet.
The Bucs moved to 8-1-1 overall.
Hoggard 0 Croatan 0
Hoggard is 7-1-3 overall heading into a key Mideastern Conference match against Laney on Tuesday, April 5.
Hoggard 11 Mt. Tabor 5 (boys)
Hoggard goals: Gunner Philipp (3); Luke Frankeny (3); Scout Philipp (2); Skyler Magsig; Carson Whitaker; Jake Sharbaugh
Assists: Gunner Philipp (3); Luke Frankeny (2); Cullum Crowley; Donovan Jones; Skyler Magsig; Carson Whitaker; Grey Kendrick
Saves: Trenton Novelli (12)