The Banks County High School baseball team is still looking for its first win after dropping three games last week.
On Tuesday, March 11, the Leopards fell at home to Commerce 14-3.
The Tigers scored eight runs in the first three innings, before the Leopards finally got on the board in the bottom of the fourth when Walker Rogers and Alex Lewis rounded home thanks to a couple of Commerce errors.
The Leopards scored once more in the bottom of the sixth inning when Lewis sent Rogers home on a single to right field.
Lewis, Traice Bagley and Taylor Turner recorded the Leopards only three hits on the night.
The following day, Banks County hosted Region 7-AAA opponent White County, and fell 7-2 to the Warriors.
On Friday, the Leopards traveled to Buford where they were blanked 17-0 by the Wolves in four innings.
Banks County hosted a rematch with the Wolves on Tuesday, but details were unavailable at press time.
Banks County (0-8, 0-3) travels to West Hall today (Wednesday), then hosts the 6-2 Spartans on Friday.