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From staff reports
Salisbury senior Doug Campbell has been voted Central Carolina Conference Player of the Year for boys basketball.
Campbell led the Hornets to the CCC regular-season and tournament titles.
Campbell finished his career with 916 points and ranks ninth in school history.
Salisbury also placed senior Joe Allen and sophomore Brandon Abel on the All-CCC squad.
North Rowan was represented by seniors Spencer Sheets and Daniel Griffith.
North’s Kelly Everhart was runner-up to Ledford’s Scott Dalton for CCC Coach of the Year honors.
n Salisbury’s Kwameshia Hicks, De’Rya Wylie and Shi-Heria Shipp were voted to the All-CCC girls basketball team.
North Rowan placed Shemieka Brown and Sierra Ingram on the team. Brown was runner-up to East Davidson’s Anna Freeman for player of the year honors.
Salisbury’s Jennifer Shoaf was runner-up to East Davidson’s Terry Allmon for CCC Coach of the Year honors.
n Salisbury’s Tyler Jefferies, Mike Robinson and Gordon Witte made All-CCC in wrestling. Witte was runner-up to Central Davidson’s Keenan Tate for CCC Player of the Year honors.
North Rowan placed Alex Byrd, Kevin Holshouser and Zach Poole on the All-CCC team.
n All-NPC teams
West Rowan’s Jamel Carpenter has been voted North Piedmont Conference Player of the Year for boys basketball.
The senior led the Falcons to a 3A sectional final and to regular-season and conference tournament championships.
Carpenter finished his career with 1,470 points and ranks third in school history. Carpenter was joined on the All-NPC team by teammates K.J. Sherrill, a sophomore, and K.P. Parks, a freshman.
West Rowan’s Mike Gurley landed another NPC Coach of the Year award.
Northwest Cabarrus placed senior Roy Allison and juniors Jon Hathcock and Brien Garcia on the All-NPC team.
n West Rowan senior Rachel Graham and sophomore Peyton Sawyer were voted to the All-NPC girls basketball team, along with Carson senior Mackenzie White. Northwest placed Britni Bowen on the team.
Statesville’s Keyrra Gillespie was NPC Player of the Year. Lake Norman’s Dave Walla was voted NPC Coach of the Year. Lake Norman won the conference tournament.
n Carson’s Phillip Tilley and West Rowan’s Austin Perrell, Nico McGorda and Daniel Green made the All-NPC wrestling team.
Mooresville’s Marty Paxton was NPC Coach of the Year. North Iredell’s Johnny Church was voted NPC Wrestler of the Year.
n West Rowan’s Missy Eller made the All-NPC girls swim team.
Mooresville’s Susie Velte was NPC Swimmer of the Year. Mooresville’s Kathy Davidson was named NPC Coach of the Year.
Northwest Cabarrus placed Nicole Soltis, Anna Therrell, Aubrye Carr, Denise Adlerstein and Yukina Onoda on the All-NPC girls swim team, and Taylor Williams, Chris Brothers, Brian Adlerstein, Kameron Horvath, Graham Dixon, Travis Price, Patrick Grogg, Adam Butlake, Cameron Berg and Blair Brown on the All-NPC boys swim team.
West Iredell’s Shane Lucas was NPC Swimmer of the Year.
Lake Norman’s Karen Stegar was coach of the year.
n Tuesday’s prep baseball
Russell Michalec pitched three hitless innings in relief, and Salisbury beat West Iredell 4-2 on the road.
David Ijames and Ben Ijames knocked in runs in the first inning to give the Hornets a 2-0 lead.
After the Warriors tied the score with two runs in the fourth, Alex Britt’s two-out, two-run single in the seventh won it for the Hornets (2-2).
Britt went 3-for-4 to lead the Hornets’ eight-hit attack.
West Iredell managed only three hits.
“I feel like we’re getting better each time out, and that’s big when you have a young team like ours,” Salisbury coach Scott Maddox said.
n Central Davidson got strong pitching from Ben Renas and beat Parkland 12-2 in five innings. Zack Briggs went 3-for-3 with two RBIs. Matt Tysinger belted a three-run homer.
n West Davidson (2-1) was beaten 5-3 by South Davidson. Alex Grubb and Jake Everhart homered for the Green Dragons.
n Mount Tabor won the first CPC game of the year, beating R.J. Reynolds 16-7. Tyler Vogler had three hits.
n Hunter Pate’s two-run homer and good pitching by Drew Finney led Northwest Cabarrus past East Meck 8-2.
n A.L. Brown softball wins
A.L. Brown’s softball team outscored Statesville 19-14 on Monday.
Brittany Morgan and Sarah Cooper combined to fan eight Greyhounds.
Marla Powell, Ashley Harris and Tia Slocum led Brown with two hits each.
n South jayvees win
South Rowan’s jayvee baseball team beat A.L. Brown 13-3 on Tuesday.
Dylan Walker pitched all five innings for the Raiders (2-2) and allowed two hits. J.R. Overcash knocked in three runs. J.D. Bare scored three runs.
n Kannapolis Legion meeting
A meeting for parents of prospective Kannapolis American Legion baseball players has been set for 10 a.m. at the A.L. Brown gym this Saturday.
n Kings basketball tryouts
There will be a meeting and tryouts for the Salisbury Kings 17&18 boys basketball team at Hall Gym at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Contact Coach Robertson at 704-232-9939.
n AAU tryouts
Tryouts for a Salisbury 10-under AAU boys basketball team will be held at Hall Gym on Saturday at 3 p.m.

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