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Local Roundup: Holsendolph named AotW

    SPARTANBURG, S.C. —Georgia Southern freshman Kwajelin Holsendolph and College of Charleston freshman Dena O’Brien were named Southern Conference Women’s Co-Outdoor Track Athletes of the Week for their performances in meets last weekend.

Little Eagles SB camp set
    Georgia Southern softball will hold its first-ever Little Eagles Softball Camp on Sunday following the Eagles' Southern Conference game against Samford at Eagle Field. The free camp is for children ages 4-12 and open to the public. Registration for the camp begins at noon and the game against the Bulldogs starts at 1 p.m.
    For more information about the camp, please contact assistant coach Liz Beirne at (912) 478-0983.

SEB goes toe-to-toe with WJMS
    The Southeast Bulloch Middle School Lady Yellow Jackets forced penalty kicks against William James, forcing the end of regulation 2-2 tie.  Emmalyne Sisson and Chelsea Wilson scored during regulation, while Katie Wilson and Sisson had the assists. Tia Thomas made three stops to hold SEB scoreless in PK's.             Danielle Cowart, Emmalyne Sisson and Chelsea Wilson connected with net in PK's to give WJMS a 5-3 victory.
     The SEB boys fell 3-0. Matt Samiratedu scored twice and added an assist while Alex Wagner added a goal and an assist.
 Both WJMS teams play Richmond Hill on Friday, April 1st at Mill Creek.  The outcome of both games will determine first seed for regional playoffs.