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Congratulations MVHS LADY BEARS for clenching first AAAAAAA Region Championship!
Mountain View's Sarah Currie commits to Jacksonville State University
From Staff Reports
Sep 13, 2020
Mountain View senior Sarah Currie committed Sunday to the Jacksonville State University fastpitch softball program.
Currie led the Bears to the high school’s first athletics state championship as a junior, earning all-state and all-county honors. She went 18-4 with a 1.57 ERA last season, including 8-0 in postseason play, and also hit .359 with 18 RBIs.
College Bound: Congratulations to Senior Kaylee George on her verbal commitment to further her educational and softball career at Shorter University. Way to represent Kaylee!!
College Bound: Congratulations to graduating Senior Hannan Razeq on her commitment to further her educational and softball career at Berry College in Rome, GA. Way to represent Hannan!!
2020 Season Information
Varsity Playoff Games:
10/20 MVHS vs Roswell
at MVHS 4pm and 6pm
Bears in the Media
Gwinnett Daily Post
After night of upsets, Mountain View softball clinches first region championship
A wild Thursday night in Region 8-AAAAAAA softball ended with a pair of upsets, one that gave Mountain View the first region title in program history.
The Bears, despite losing 5-2 to Peachtree Ridge, clinched the championship by virtue of Mill Creek’s 13-12 win over North Gwinnett.
Mill Creek (14-11, 5-6 region) won in thrilling fashion on a walk-off, two-run double with two outs from Lael Ayala. Ayala also walked and was hit by a pitch during the game.
Dallis Goodnight had a big night for the Hawks, going 4-for-4 with four runs and four stolen bases. She also was hit by a pitch.
Olivia Shaw went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs and three runs, while Madison Dobbins went 2-for-4 with an RBI, three runs and a walk.
North fell to 22-5 overall and 7-4 in the region.
Mountain View (22-6, 9-2) was knocked off by Peachtree Ridge (17-8, 5-6) on Thursday. The Lions’ Elle Lunsford pitched all seven innings with 11 strikeouts and no walks. She gave up four hits. Lunsford and Jaylah Jarrell had two hits each to lead the Peachtree Ridge offense.
Mountain View’s Sarah Currie gave up three runs on three hits in four innings with two strikeouts. Lauren Evens drove in both Bears runs on a solo home run and a sacrifice. Currie, Callie Shrope and Claire Schneider each added a single.