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Greenbrier managed to slip past Luella during the teams' first meeting despite the Wolfpack being held hitless.
Luella pitcher Kelly Holt was not denied a second time.
Holt and the Lions beat Greenbrier, 4-0, to hand the Wolfpack their first loss in Region 2-AAAAA.
Holt, a senior left-hander, no-hit the Wolfpack during their 2-1 win Friday. He didn't allow a hit in the rematch until Wolfpack shortstop Ben Morgan led off the fourth inning with a single, which was Greenbrier's first hit against the Kennesaw State signee in 11 innings.
"He is a great pitcher, a Division-I pitcher, but I'm frustrated because we're better than that," said Wolfpack coach Chris Wilkins.
Luella coach Andy Cooper pulled Holt with two on and no outs in the last inning. Holt had Tommy John surgery in 2007, and is not allowed to exceed 90 pitches.
The Wolfpack loaded the bases with two outs against reliever Josh Pape, but he struck out the last of the four batters he faced to end the game.
Greenbrier, which won its first six region contests, swept two region games on Saturday, beating Douglass 15-0 and Redan 13-10 to improve to 8-1 in the region.
Evans 13, Westside 5
The Knights kept alive their goal of playing host to a Class AAAA playoff series by routing Westside at Gerald Barnes Field.
The home playoff series goes to the region's top two seeds. As of Friday, Evans was on the outside.
Evans is fourth in the region standings, good enough for a playoff spot, but a seed that would send them on the road.
The Knights need Harlem and Westside to lose at least once more to have a shot at the No. 2 seed.
"I remember going to Lee County last year," Evans pitcher Matt Blume said. "It would be nice staying home for once."
Blume picked up the win and plenty of run support.
Center fielder Tevin Nelson hit Westside starter Christian Bragg's second pitch over the center-field fence, and the Knights didn't stop hitting. Nelson reached base safely in his first four at-bats.
The top four hitters in the lineup combined for nine of the Knights' 13 hits. Corey Holloway launched a two-run home run from the No. 9 spot.
"We've been hitting pretty good the last couple games," Nelson said. "We took it to another level tonight."
Harlem 12, Cross Creek 9
Lakeside 13, Hephzibah 1
Augusta Chronicle staff writer Matt Middleton contributed to this report.
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