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Top stars, best performances in Georgia high school baseball (March 14-20)

Here are some stars from the past week’s high school baseball games across Georgia.
Jake Tucker photo by Willie Prince

Jake Tucker photo by Willie Prince

Here are some stars from the past week's high school baseball games across Georgia.

If you know of a top performance we should include, please send an email to swanson@scorebooklive.com.

John Luke Glanton, Metter

Glanton did it all versus Tattnall, getting three hits at the plate and being even more impressive on the mound. He went the distance, with eight strikeouts and zero earned runs.

Danny Hershberger, Etowah

Hershberger threw a complete game versus Alpharetta. He did so with only 68 pitches and allowing only one run.

Ford Thompson, Parkview

The future Georgia Bulldog went six innings, with seven strikeouts and only allowing four hits in a win over Grayson.

Justin Byrd, North Oconee

Byrd went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs in a blowout win against Lanier.

Bryce Toci, North Oconee

Toci went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and two more driven in.

Cooper Johnson, Loganville

Johnson was on his A-game in the win versus Clarke Central, pitching 5.1 innings with seven strikeouts and only two hits allowed.

Garrett Lambert, Parkview

Parkview can thank Lambert for its win over Grayson. He went six shutout innings with nine strikeouts, allowing only one hit, and he drove in four runs at the plate.

Mason Trucks, Pike County

Trucks went six innings with seven strikeouts, while giving up only three hits.

Will Curcio, Etowah

Curcio’s bat was blazing against Alpharetta. He had two doubles and a home run in the win.

Hayden Shoup, Walton

Shoup was Walton’s player of the game in a 10-0 win over Marietta, as he went 3-for-4 with two doubles.

Nick Germain, Mount Paran

Germain went 3-for-4 in the win over Walker with three RBIs and a two-run homer.

Jake Tucker, Mount Paran

Tucker went six innings in the win over Walker, with zero earned runs and 10 strikeouts.

Drew Fields, Allatoona

Fields went 3.1 innings of relief versus Kell. He had five strikeouts and didn’t allow a hit.

Beau Brailey, Mill Creek

Brailey went the distance in a win over Brookwood, pitching seven innings of one-run ball with seven strikeouts.

Jack Butler, Pope

Butler pitched a shutout with four strikeouts and allowing only five hits.

Baylor Hicks, South Forsyth

Hicks’ performance on the mound was vital in the victory over West Forsyth. He pitched a seven-inning shutout with 10 strikeouts.

Parker Doyle, North Paulding

Doyle picked up his first win of the season as he pitched five shutout innings with five strikeouts.

Cade Cosper, Carrollton

Cosper earned the win over South Paulding as he pitched a complete game with six strikeouts and allowing only one run.

Tate Morris, McIntosh

Morris pitched a shutout in the win over Northside.