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Area sports briefs: CCC cross country today

From staff reports
The CCC cross country championship meet will be held today at Dan Nicholas Park at 5 p.m.
Central Davidson’s teams are ranked in the state and are the favorites to capture titles with their depth, but Salisbury has a number of strong runners.
Central’s boys won the Davidson County Meet.
West Davidson’s Olivia Myers is the favorite in the girls race. She has run 18:39 this season. Salisbury sisters Katherine and Emily Shields rate among the top challengers.
Salisbury’s Nick Summers has run 15:45 and is the clear favorite in the boys race. Central’s Trey Cook and Cody Bivens and Salisbury’s Philip Tonseth are other runners to watch.
n Prep golf
Davie junior Caitlyn Brake finished fourth in the CPC overall standings, finished in the top four for the third time and made the All-CPC squad for the third time.
Brake shot 44-43ó 87 at Cedar Rock Country Club in Lenoir in Monday’s 4A Western Regional to qualify for a berth in the state championship tournament.
Davie’s Carmen Grubb finished 10th in the overall CPC standings to earn her second All-CPC berth.
n Prep volleyball
No. 2 seed North Iredell beat No. 7 seed West Rowan 25-8, 25-16, 25-14 on Monday to advance to the semifinals of the NPC tournament.
n College football
Wake Forest defensive end Tristan Dorty (West Rowan) was injured in the first half of Saturday’s loss against Clemson and had to be helped off the field, but he returned to the field in the second half.
The diagnosis is a sprained knee.
Coach Jim Grobe told the Winston Salem Journal’s Dan Collins: “Tristan has had a bad knee for a while now, and he’s been a day-to-day guy. He’s got a cartilage problem that needs to be fixed. It’s not dangerous. It just locked up on him out there. He’s a guy who has been nursing a problem, not a serious knee problem but one that has been driving him a little crazy now and hopefully we can get him through the season.”
n College cross country
Olivia Jacobs (South Rowan) ran 19:45.55 in the Blue Ridge Open 5K held in Boone and helped Western Carolina finish seventh.
Jacobs finished 66th.
n In the Blue Ridge Open men’s 8K race, UNC Asheville’s Adam Vick (Salisbury) ran 28:08 and finished 123rd.
Western Carolina freshman Garrett West (NW Cabarrus) ran 27:58.24 and was 117th.
n College golf
Virginia’s Will Collins (Salisbury) shot 77-71-75 ó 222 and was 40th in The Ridges event held in Jonesboro, Tenn., over the weekend.
n Marathoner
Linwood resident Tracey Kinyo, a 29-year-old zumba teacher and personal trainer at East Rowan YMCA, traveled to Ohio for Sunday’s Columbus Marathon and ran a time of 3 hours, 35 minutes, 28 seconds.
She qualified for the Boston Marathon in April. The qualifying standard for her age group is 3:40.
n Pfeiffer athletics
Pfeiffer men’s basketball coach Dave Davis announced Monday that a few $30 tickets are available for the Pfeiffer-Duke exhibition game on Oct. 24 at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Contact Davis at Dave.Davis@fsmail.pfeiffer. edu.
n Livingstone athletics
Livingstone’s women’s volleyball team topped Shaw 3-1 on Monday in Raleigh.
Sophomore Michelle Thompson led Livingstone (12-7, 6-7) with 16 kills.
n Catawba athletics
Sam Santoli scored three minutes into overtime as Catawba’s field hockey team surprised third-ranked East Stroudsburg 2-1 in Pennsylvania on Monday.
Catawba (4-9) tied the contest 1-1 in the second half on a goal by Jillian Parisi. Santoli assisted.
Catawba played 6-on-7 after Kaitlin Foster received a yellow card and was sent off for five minutes with just 50 seconds remaining in regulation.
Catawba was outshot 39-6, but Bronwen Gainsford stopped 21 shots.
n North Hills
North Hills Middle soccer finished the season with a hard-fought 4-1 loss to Statesville Montessori in the second round of the conference tournament. Scoring for the third-place Eagles was Zack Sukkasem.
Sukkasem, Brandon Lottes, Logan Miller, Allison VonCanon and Jay Wood were named all-stars.

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