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Roundup: SAISA district championships here
Richmond Hill High School played host to Parkview in a soccer doubleheader Saturday at Henderson Park. - photo by Bryan Browning

SAISA at Sunbury
Richmond Hill High School Sailing hosted the 2014 South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association district championship over the weekend at Sunbury in Liberty County. Richmond Hill finished 12th out of 16 teams. Shorecrest Preparatory School placed first, while Pineview School, Sarasota High School and St. Thomas Aquinas High School rounded out the top four and qualified for the national championship in May in San Diego. Individual results were not provided. See a story on this event Saturday.

Parkview sweeps
Richmond Hill High School soccer teams lost a nonregion doubleheader to AAAAAA power Parkview on Saturday at Henderson Park. The girls dropped an 11-1 loss to the No. 3-ranked Lady Panthers, while the boys fell 2-0. The losses dropped the Wildcats to 7-5 overall and the Lady Wildcats to 9-3. The squads were at Effingham County on Tuesday night and play at Jenkins on Thursday.

Wildcats outscore Jenkins
Richmond Hill High School’s baseball team outscored Jenkins 11-10 on Friday at Wildcat Field to improve to 5-2 in Region 3-AAAAA. Richmond Hill was 9-8 overall prior to Tuesday night’s game against Groves.
The Wildcats had 10 hits Friday against Warrior pitching. Michael Teston was 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs and scored three runs; Dominic Montalto was 2-for-4 and scored twice; Brian Eichorn was 2-for-3 with an RBI; Zach Balcomb was 1-for2 and drove in three runs while scoring twice; Chaise Parker was 1-for-4 and scored a run.
Josh Lawhon got the win for the Wildcats, pitching an inning in relief in which he walked two and struck out one. Eichorn threw six innings after coming on in relief for Chandler Newman in the first inning. Eichorn struck out four while giving up seven hits and five runs, only one of which was earned.
The Wildcats committed five errors against Jenkins, which had nine hits.
— Staff report

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