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Top stars, best performances in Georgia high school baseball (March 21-27)

Here are some stars from the past week’s high school baseball games across Georgia.
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Parker Walsh photo by Jamie Spaar

Parker Walsh photo by Jamie Spaar

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

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Gavin Black, North Oconee

Black went four innings with 10 strikeouts, throwing 47 total pitches with 35 of them being strikes.

Parker Herndon, North Oconee

In a doubleheader versus Flowery Branch, Herndon had two homers and six RBIs.

William Mosley, Allatoona

The Western Kentucky commit went 2-for-3 with a double and a homer, driving in three runs.

Ethan Crawley, Allatoona

Crawley went 4.2 innings in the win over North Cobb, allowing three hits and striking out five.

Gavin Zoeller, North Gwinnett

Zoeller pitched two innings with five strikeouts. He also had a two-run single at the plate.

Parker Walsh, Buford

Walsh homered twice in Buford's 14-2 win over Dacula and went 6-for-7 in the three-game series.

Andrews Opata, Parkview

Parkview was in a shootout with Hoover (Alabama), and Opata was a big reason for Parkview’s win. He went 2-for-3 with a triple and a homer and drove in five runs.

Porter Berryman, Parkview

Berryman got the win over Hoover (Alabama), as the lefty went four innings with no earned runs and six strikeouts.

Jack Butler, Pope

Butler got the win with a six-inning, one-hit gem against Wheeler.

Garrett Lambert, Parkview

Lambert was a jack of all trades in a win over Brookwood. He had a perfect game on the mound, going five innings with seven strikeouts and not giving up a hit or a walk. At the plate he went 2-for-3 with a home run.

Nate Kerpics, Wesleyan

Kerpics pitched four solid innings for the Wolves, striking out six while giving up only one hit.

Dylan Trova, Denmark

Trova showed his ace status as he went a full seven innings with nine strikeouts while allowing only two hits and no runs.

Mason Trucks, Pike County

Trucks had a perfect performance, going five innings, throwing only 56 pitches and striking out 11.

Jake Hembree, North Paulding

Hembree was untouchable on the mound for North Paulding, recording a record-setting 17 strikeouts in the win.

Baylor Hicks, South Forsyth

Hicks gave up two hits in seven innings of shutout ball, racking up 10 strikeouts.

Trenton Burnett, Loganville

Burnett threw a perfect six innings versus Greenbrier. He didn’t give up a hit, run or walk and had 10 strikeouts.

Mekhi Lloyd, Decatur

Lloyd went three innings and struck out seven — all but two of the batters he faced.

Brooks Willis, Houston County

Willis pitched seven no-hit innings with nine strikeouts.

Justin Haskins, Lambert

Haskins racked up 12 strikeouts in seven innings in a win over North Forsyth.

Caleb Hughes, Etowah

Hughes went five innings and racked up 10 strikeouts against Roswell.

Aiden Smith, Cherokee

Smith came up big for the Warriors, going 2-for-3 with a three-run homer.