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

If you know of a top performance we should include, please let us know in the comments.

Pictured above is Kennesaw Mountain's Eliud Poventud (photo by Willie Prince).


Noah McMahon, Decatur 

McMahon pitched three innings vs. Providence Christian, allowing only three hits and striking out eight. 

Caleb Parmele and Steven Vrolijk, Roswell

Parmele and Vrolijk both had three-hit games with triples in a win over Collins Hill. 

Caden Carroll, Cartersville

Carroll was dealing in his start vs. Sprayberry, with seven strikeouts through three innings pitched. 

Druw Jones, Wesleyan

Jones flashed his power at the plate vs. Greater Atlanta Christian, hitting two home runs and going 3-for-4

Parker Marlatt, Hebron Christian

Marlatt went four strong innings with seven strikeouts. 

Eliud Poventud, Kennesaw Mountain

Poventud starred at the plate and on the base paths during the Georgia Dugout tournament, homering twice and stealing a base.

Jack Emacio, Cambridge

Emacio was dealing on the mound vs. Newnan, striking out seven in Cambridge’s win.

Jackson McElvy, Allatoona

McElvy was perfect in his save opportunity vs. Heritage, getting three up and three down with one strikeout. 

Mason Compton, Flowery Branch

Compton picked up the win in Flowery Branch’s home opener with eight strikeouts through four innings. 

Owen Thomas, McIntosh

Thomas pitched four innings of one-hit shutout ball with eight strikeouts vs. Kennesaw Mountain.

Ryker Chavis, Houston County

Chavis threw five perfect innings vs. Archer en route to a 10-0 victory. 

Ben Stuart, North Oconee

Stuart pitched four shutout innings with eight strikeouts vs. crosstown rival Oconee County.

Carson Sewell, Carrollton

Sewell pitched a shutout vs. top 25 opponent Troup County. Sewell gave up only three hits and had seven strikeouts. 

Tyler Minnick, Mount Paran

Minnick was red-hot at the plate vs. Gordon Lee with two hits, including a two-run homer. 

Dawson Campbell, Pope

Campbell went 4-for-6 in the weekend series vs. Effingham County with two RBIs, a stolen base and a win on the mound in Game One.