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Islands softball team

shuts out Claxton 15-0

Rebecca Davis went 2 for 4 with three RBI and Hailey Wingrove was 2 for 4 with four RBI to lead the Islands softball team to a 15-0 shutout of Claxton on Saturday.

WAnna Grace Duncan (2-1). Leading hitters-Islands, Rebecca Davis 2-4, 3 RBI; Hailey Wingrove 2-4, 4 RBI; Stevie Norris 2-3, 2 RBI.


Rebecca Davis earned the win and also hit her fourth homer of the year to lead Islands over Claxton. Mia Stainton went 2 for 2 with a triple and four RBI for the Sharks.

WRebecca Davis (2-1). Leading hitters-Islands, Mia Stainton 2-2, 3B, 4 RBI; Rebecca Davis 1-3, HR, 3 RBI; Anna Grace Duncan 2-3, 3B; Madisyn Lancaster 1-2, 2 RBI. Record-Islands 4-2, 2-0 in region.


Top 10 Playdate at Holy Innocents in Atlanta

Athens Academy def. Savannah Christian 23-25, 25-18, 15-11

Savannah Christian def. Fellowship 25-21, 25-23

SCPS def. Mount Pisgah 25-9, 18-25, 15-4

Hebron def. Savannah Christian 25-23, 25-23

Top players (combined statistics)SCPS, McKenzie Riner 25 kills; Sarah White 15 kills, 21 digs; Sydney Burks 21 kills, 24 digs; Adrianna Simon 29 kills, 43 digs; Sam Zittrauer 81 assists, 25 digs. Record-SCPS 5-2.

Hebron def. Savannah Country Day 25-15, 25-16

Top playersSCD, Madeline Wynn 7 kills; Ana Schretter 4 kills; Abigail Kahn 15 assists; Ana Schretter 17 digs; Anna Bolch 10 digs.

Mount de Sales def. SCD 25-23, 25-16

Top playersSCD, Wynn 9 kills, 2 blocks; Kahn 12 assists; Lily Glass 8 assists; Bolch 21 digs; Schretter 9 digs; Brittany Hodges 4 aces.

SCD def. Wesleyan 25-18, 25-13

Top playersSCD, Schretter 7 kills, 9 digs; Wynn 4 kills; Ivy Beaver 4 kills; Hodges 4; Kahn 11 assists; Glass 9; Bolch 14 digs and Ana Schretter added 9.

Holy Innocents def. SCD 25-12, 25-27, 16-14

Top playersSCD, Wynn 9 kills; Hodges 9 kills; Schretter 5 kills, 24 digs; Evelyn Khan 4 kills; Glass 16 assists; Kahn 11 assists, 3 kills; Bolch added 17 digs.

RecordSCD 6-4.

St. Vincents def. Eagles Landing 25-21 and 25-16

Top playersSVA, Lizzie Horn 6 kills, 6 aces, 3 digs; Jessica Schwarz 6 kills, 2 aces, 4 digs; Dylan Herb 7 assists, 1 kill, 3 aces; Meagan Voyles 4 assists, 1 kill, 8 digs.

Athens Academy def. SVA 25-22, 25-19

Top playersSVA, Horn 11 kills, 2 assists, 2 aces, 9 digs; Schwarz 5 digs, 3 kills, 1 assists; Herb 14 assists, 1 kill, 6 digs.

SVA def. Mount Pisgah 25-21, 20-25, 15-13

Top playersSVA, Horn 6 kills, 1 assist, 3 aces, 14 digs; Schwarz 9 digs, 9 kills, 1 assist; Voyles 9 digs, 2 kills; Herb 26 assists, 2 kills, 3 digs; Emma Wyman 5 blocks, 5 kills.

SVA def. Wesleyan 25-17, 19-25,15-13

Top playersHerb 16 assits, 7 digs; Horn 8 digs, 9 kills, 2 assists, 3 aces; Schwarz 7 kills, 2 aces, 5 digs; Voyles 3 kills, 2 aces, 2 assists, 12 digs.

Calvary Day def. Fellowship Christian 19-25, 25-13, 15-8

CDS def. Athens Academy 25-13, 25-13

CDS def. Holy Innocents 25-10, 25-19

CDS def. Mount de Sales 25-14, 25-22

Record: CDS 7-0

Late Friday




C.J. Hales threw for three touchdowns, Jaden Jenkins passed for two and Jefferson County outscored host Savannah Christian 24-0 in the second and third quarters in the season-opening victory late Friday.

Jefferson County totaled 431 yards on offense 361 through the air as Hales went 10 of 19 for 189 yards and Jenkins was 5 of 6 for 172 yards. Ty King caught three TDs, and Nikel Stone had two.

Raiders quarterback Jordan Grant rushed for a 9-yard touchdown and was 0 for 6 passing. Eric Davidson had 19 carries for 91 yards.



First Quarter

JCTy King 10 pass from C.J. Hales (Evan Hodges kick)

SCJordan Grant 9 run (Noah Chumley kick)

Second Quarter

JCKing 5 pass from Hales (Hodges kick)

JCNikel Stone 27 pass from Hales (Hodges kick)

JCHodges 34 FG

Third Quarter

JCKing 4 pass from Jaden Jenkins (Hodges kick)

Fourth Quarter

JCStone 64 pass from Jenkins (kick failed)

SCDawson Benton 20 run (conversion run failed)


Jags waiting see how this thing goes at QBs

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone isnt quite ready to name Chad Henne his starting quarterback.

Or Blake Bortles, for that matter.

Marrone said Saturday he wants to see how this thing goes over the next few days before deciding who will start against Carolina in a preseason game Thursday night.

Marrone opened up the teams quarterback competition after another inconsistent performance from Bortles, the third overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Bortles was 8 of 13 for 65 yards in a loss to Tampa Bay. All four of Bortles drives ended with punts. He has led the offense to three points in six possessions in the preseason.

Henne is 11 of 16 passing for 183 yards, with a touchdown. The 10th-year pro should have had another score, but rookie Keelan Cole dropped a would-be touchdown pass in the second quarter against the Buccaneers.

Marrone said Bortles and Henne split starter repetitions Saturday.

The biggest question now is whether the Jaguars can even stick with Bortles. Marrone and Coughlin clearly have concerns about his ability, and benching him could be another blow to his confidence.

Plus, the team picked up the fifth-year option in his rookie contract and could be on the hook to pay him $19 million in 2018 if he sustains a significant injury this season.

Regardless, the Jaguars are hoping demoting Bortles prompts him to play better.

You dont make it this far if youre not a competitor, veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis said. If youre a competitor, youre going to respond to it like you should and make it very, very hard for the people up there making the decisions.

Marrone said he has not been part of any conversations about bringing in another quarterback. The Jaguars also have second-year pro Brandon Allen on the roster.

For now, the competition is between Henne and Bortles.

Thats the situation in which coach felt like he needed to do something, receiver Marqise Lee said. Thats the situation that the quarterbacks got to handle. As far as making decisions like that, its not my job. Im going to sit back and wait. At the end of the day, I believe in all three quarterbacks and having a possibility to come out and doing the things that we need to do in order to get the Jaguars going.


With K Jason Myers struggling in the preseason, the Jaguars brought in veteran Dan Carpenter and Patrick Murray for workouts Saturday. Carpenter spent nine years with Buffalo (2013-16) and Miami (2008-12). Murray has played with Tampa Bay (2014) and Cleveland (2016). Rookie WR Dede Westbrook, who caught six passes for 131 yards against Tampa Bay, sat out practice with lower-body soreness.

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