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Top stars, best performances in Georgia high school baseball (April 11-17)

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

By Darren Nichols | Photo by Ed Turlington

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

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Landon Lee, North Hall

Lee pitched five innings of shutout ball and struck out seven.

Caleb Griffis, Central (Carrollton)

Griffis was dealing on the mound. He went six innings with no earned runs to earn the win.

Gavin Black, North Oconee

Black went 2-for-2 with a homer in a blowout win over East Hall.

BJ Hughes, First Presbyterian Day

Hughes had a big night against Stratford Academy, going 3-for-4 with two doubles and five RBIs.

Dane Moehler, Walton

Moehler was a menace on the mound. He went a full seven innings and struck out nine batters while allowing only one run in a win over North Paulding.

Alex Urías, South Forsyth

Urías was red hot at the plate in a big win over Gainesville. He went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs.

Trenton Burnett, Loganville

Burnett recorded his second no-hitter of the season. With no hits, no runs and 13 strikeouts, a walk was the one thing that kept him from a perfect game.

Garrett Lambert, Parkview

Lambert threw 5.2 shutout innings versus Baylor (Tennessee) and racked up nine strikeouts while allowing only three hits.

Noah McMahon, Decatur

McMahon pitched six innings of one-run ball against Northview. He was in the zone with seven strikeouts and allowing only four hits.

Ryan Wideman, Walton

Wideman threw a complete game against North Paulding. His fastball reached the high 80s and he recorded seven strikeouts.

Beau Brailey, Mill Creek

Brailey threw yet another complete game for Mill Creek. He racked up four strikeouts and allowed two hits and no earned runs against Collins Hill.

Brennan Hudson, South Forsyth

South Forsyth got a huge win over Lambert behind the bat of Hudson. He went 2-for-4 with a double and a game-changing home run.

Joe Cable, River Ridge

Cable was outstanding on the mound for the Knights, going six innings with nine strikeouts and allowing only one run.

Ace Williamson, Carrollton

Williamson had a day to remember at the plate against East Paulding. He had a triple and a home run and scored three runs.

Dawson Campbell, Pope

Campbell captured the win after going five innings with six strikeouts against Sprayberry. He also had a double at the plate.

Jake Beaver, Flowery Branch

Beaver had himself an outing on the mound, pitching five innings of shutout ball and striking out 12 Madison County batters.

Mason Compton, Flowery Branch

Compton also was dealing versus Madison County. He threw a complete game with no walks, nine strikeouts and one run.

Riley Gaskins, Allatoona

Gaskins pitched three innings (in a five-inning game) versus Osborne and was lights out. He was perfect in those three innings and struck out seven of the nine batters he faced.

Taylor Schultz, Allatoona

Schultz was active at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs against Osborne.

Ryan Ford, Winder-Barrow

Ford helped Winder-Barrow take down former No. 1 Buford, going 3-for-4 with two home runs.