McDONOUGH - Four teams took to the field Wednesday after rains slowed down tournament play but only one of the four teams were able to secure a ticket to Columbus on the first day.
To reach Columbus this season, Locust Grove had to down Loganville 8-2, 13-1 to punch their ticket back to Columbus. On the other side of the county Hampton has to play a third game Thursday as they struggled to stop LaFayette who won the second game 5-4.
Even Strong Rock has to go through a third game this week after they dropped a 6-1 decision to Mount Paran.
Ola High was eliminated by Buford 11-0 and 5-0.
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