Taking their game on the road to Georgia, the South Walton Seahawk baseball team lost Friday but bounced back for a win on Saturday.
On Friday, the Seahawks lost 7-3 to the Harrison Hoyas of Kennesaw, Georgia.
Harrison led 2-1 at the end of two and 3-1 by the end of four.
In the fifth inning, South Walton put two runs on the board, but the Hoyas answered with one in the bottom.
In the bottom of the sixth, the Hoyas scored three and then held South Walton scoreless in the top of the seventh for the win.
South Walton’s Austin Garofalo ripped a triple and Chase Miles a double. Other Seahawks with hits were Kyle Vogler, Aiden Keenan, Harris Barton and Baze Clark.
Manning the mound for South Walton were Stone Bailey, Cade Watson and Kai Wilk.
On Saturday, South Walton edged out the St. Francis Knights of Alpharetta, Georgia 9-8.
The Seahawks put four runs on the board in the third and then two more in the fourth for a 6-0 advantage.
In the bottom of the fifth, the Knights rallied to take the lead with eight runs.
In the top of the sixth, South Walton’s Harris Barton hit a two-run bomb to tie the game and then Kai Wilk singled to take the lead in the top of the seventh for the win.
Altogether, the Seahawks connected for 12 hits against the Knights. Taylor Collier, Watson, Garofalo and Wilk each had two hits, while Keenan, Barton, Matthew Raya and Miles each had one.
Pitching for South Walton were Collier, Cole Varner, Keenan and Paul Stoppert.
Up next for South Walton, 4-1-1, is a 5 p.m. game Thursday at home against the Bozeman Bucks.