2015 final baseball rankings

6:44 pm May. 28, 2015

By Score Atlanta

Seven state champions were crowned during the GHSA’s baseball tournaments, but not every title winning team took the same route. Parkview dominated its way to a 34-2 record, its sixth championship and a No. 1 national ranking according to MaxPreps, but the Class AAAAAA power had to overcome some early bumps in the road. The Panthers lost their first game of the season to Lassiter, 4-3 in eight innings

GHSA baseball playoffs schedule/scores

1:45 pm May. 27, 2015



GHSA Playoffs

Championship scores

Tuesday, May 27, 2015


(R7 #2) Greenbrier 5, (R8 #1) Gainesville 2 (Game three)

Saturday, May 23, 2015


(R8 #1) Parkview 3-8, (R5 #1) Walton 0-1

Class AAAA

(R8 #1) Buford 5-3, (R5 #1) Whitewater 0-1

Class AAA

(R4 #1) Blessed Trinity 3-6, (R8 #2) Jefferson 0-4

Class AA

(R6 #1) Wesleyan 6, (R7 #1) Darlington 4

Monday, May 25, 2015


(R8 #1) Gainesville 6-3, (R7 #2) Greenbrier

Carter Hall powers Wesleyan to Class AA title

6:25 pm May. 25, 2015

Wesleyan closed out its sweep of Darlington in the Class AA state championship with an 11-5 Game 2 victory Monday. The host Wolves led 3-0 after the top of the 1st inning, but Darlington cut it to 3-1 with a solo home run by Jay Shadday. Darlington scored on a bases loaded walk to cut it to 3-2, but slugger Carter Hall kept Wesleyan in front with two solo home

Buford sweeps Whitewater for Class AAAA title

8:54 pm May. 23, 2015

By Score Atlanta

Buford completed its sweep of the Class AAAA baseball state championship with a 3-1 Game 2 victory over host Whitewater. In Game 1, the Wolves used a 5-0 win to record their sixth shutout of this postseason, which includes all five Game 1’s and Jake Higginbotham’s no-hitter against Perry in Game 2 of the second round. Higginbotham, a Clemson-signee, dominated for five scoreless innings in the series opener,

Parkview sweeps Walton for state championship | Georgia high school baseball

7:57 pm May. 23, 2015

It takes a lot to make baseball history at Parkview, a program with as much or more tradition than any other in the state. But the 2015 Panthers certainly will go down as an all-time great team.

Parkview capped a dominant season with an impressive two-game sweep of Walton, giving the Panthers their third state championship in the last five years Saturday at the Raiders’ field.

Parkview starters Ryne Inman and Will Ethridge dominated on

Baseball: Stats, lineups for Saturday’s 10 finalists

8:05 am May. 22, 2015

The state baseball finals resume Saturday. Below are probable lineups for all 10 finalists still playing, plus statistics for most of those teams. Still gathering stats on a few and hope to have them updated later today.

Also, check out Thursday’s blog for a little more info on each team and how they arrived to the final.

Class A is complete. Schley County (public) and King’s Ridge Christian (private) won titles this week.

For the

Wednesday baseball semifinal roundup

9:12 pm May. 20, 2015

By Score Atlanta

Walton shakes off Game 2 woes, advances to 6A finals

Walton overcame a disappointing Game 2 defeat the previous night, by rallying for a 5-4 victory over visiting Kennesaw Mountain in Wednesday’s decisive Game 3 and advancing to the Class 6A state championship where they will host Parkview. In Game 2, Walton led 3-0 entering the bottom half of the final inning and saw Kennesaw Mountain rally for a

Baseball: State finals set; a look at who’s playing

12:06 pm May. 20, 2015

Here’s a class-by-class look at the state baseball playoffs. Two semifinal series will be finished Wednesday – Kennesaw Mountain vs. Walton (AAAAAA) and Westminster vs. Jefferson (AAA).

Later this week, we’ll have previews of each of the five championship series that begin Saturday.


Parkview has gone through the state playoffs 8-0, allowing only 10 runs. The Panthers are ranked No. 1 nationally by MaxPreps. Parkview won state titles in 2011 and

Tuesday baseball semifinal roundup

10:25 pm May. 19, 2015

By Score Atlanta


Parkview 12, Pope 3: After winning Game 1 3-2 Monday night, Parkview swept its way to the Class AAAAAA championship in convincing fashion. The Panthers went into the top of the 4th tied 2-2 but drove in 10 runs in the final three innings, while finishing the game with 13 combined hits and drawing six walks. Trevor Brown went 4-4 at the plate and also walked and was driven