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FPCA’s Vivian Hinze tied a state GISA long jump record and took first place with her 17.4-foot jump at a Richmond Hill meet on April 10.
Hinze finished sixth in the 200m and seventh in the 400m.
At Bulloch Academy on April 11, Hinze took first in the long jump, first in the 200m, and second in the 400m. Alex Harper finished third in the 1600m.
Desiah Vincente took seventh in the 100m and sixth in the 200m. Montaye Frasier came in sixth in the 400m. Jovan Jackson placed fifth in the 1600m. Christopher Dennis took sixth in the 200m.
And Tre’shaun Davis came in eighth in the 110 hurdles.

Highlander Baseball defeated Robert Toombs Christian Academy on April 12, 11-1. On April 13, the Highlanders mercy ruled Twiggs Academy, 15-0. The Highlanders are in first place with a region record of 4-0.
They lost to Hilton Head Christian 18-5 on Monday, and were scheduled to play Memorial Day Tuesday and today at home. Friday they are scheduled to play St. Andrew’s at the Savannah school
FPCA Middle School baseball team won on April 9, 13-4 against RTCA. They lost on April 10 to Glennville 16-1. On April 13, the Highlanders recovered from the loss, beating Frederica Academy by mercy rule 11-0.
FPCA was to face Hilton Head Christian Tuesday for the final game of the season. Results were not in by today’s deadline.

On April 10, FPCA boys soccer lost to Bulloch Academy 3-1. Bouncing back on April 12, the Highlanders defeated Trinity Statesboro 5-2. Monday, they beat St. Andrews 4-0.
The Highlanders’ record was 5-6-0.
The Highlander girls lost 4-1 to Bulloch and won 3-1 against Trinity Statesboro. The Lady Landers record was 3-6-1.
Both girls and boys were to face Trinity Christian in Dublin Tuesday.

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