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Pike County baseball RHP Trevor Bagwell voted SBLive’s Georgia High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Pike County baseball RHP Trevor Bagwell for being voted SBLive’s Georgia High School Athlete of the Week for May 9-15!
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Congratulations to Pike County baseball RHP Trevor Bagwell for being voted SBLive’s Georgia High School Athlete of the Week for May 9-15!

The junior closed out Greater Atlanta Christian with a gem on the mound. He pitched six innings and struck out 10 batters.

Bagwell ran away with this week's honor, receiving 79.3% of the total vote. 

If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email athleteoftheweek@scorebooklive.com or message us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivega.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for May 9-15:

Cole Brewer, South Paulding baseball

Brewer threw a complete game versus Lassiter and gave up only three hits in the Game 1 quarterfinal win, but Lassiter bounced back and took the next two.

Dawson Campbell, Pope baseball

In Game 1 versus Buford, Campbell went five innings to earn the win on the mound and went 3-for-3 at the plate with two RBIs. He went 2-for-3 with an RBI in Game 2 as Pope eliminated Buford for the second consecutive year.

Will Curcio, Etowah baseball

Curcio was red-hot at the plate to send North Gwinnett home. He went 3-for-3 with two homers and five RBIs to help Etowah win a three-game series to advance to the semifinals, which the Eagles swept to make the 7A state championship game.

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Brayden Davis, Woodstock baseball

Davis paced Woodstock’s first win over Parkview. He threw a complete game with four strikeouts and gave up only two earned runs to help Woodstock advance to the 7A championship series.

Rashun Fountain, Heritage track and field

Fountain's winning time of 20.85 seconds in the 200-meter 6A state championship broke the meet record held previously by NFL star Tyreek Hill (Coffee).

Adaejah Hodge, Alexander track and field

Hodge excelled on both days of the 6A track and field championships, soaring to the best long jump mark in Georgia this year on Day 1 at 20'4.25, then blazing to the fastest 400 in the state this year at 53.26. She also won the 100 and 200, setting a 6A record in the former with an 11.33.

Grant Hudson, Fellowship Christian baseball

Hudson was dominant on the mound versus Savannah Christian. He threw a shutout and allowed only three hits while striking out 11 batters.

Kaniya Johnson, Lowndes track and field

Johnson left no doubt in the 7A girls 100-meter championship, running the fastest time in Georgia this year at 11.26. She also won the 200 with a time of 23.20 seconds.

Andrews Opata, Parkview baseball

Opata was a beast at the plate and on the base paths versus Colquitt County. In the close-out game he went 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and two stolen bases to advance to the semifinals.