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Area briefs: Four Hornets all-region

From staff reports
Salisbury’s Connor Miller, Kenny Bonilla, B.J. Woods and Wes McNeely were named to the All-Region 7 team for boys soccer.
Salisbury coach Tom Sexton was named 2A Coach of the Year for the region.
– Women’s college hoops
Catawba jumped to an 8-0 lead and rolled over Livingstone 101-74 at Trent Gym on Wednesday.
Dana Hicks led the Indians (2-1) with 19 points on 9-for-9 shooting and 12 rebounds. Nisha Long had 16 points and six assists. Milica Ivanovic had 15 points. Kisha Long had 12 points, while Elizabeth Merritt had 11 points and eight rebounds.
Kayler McBride scored 18 points for the Blue Bears (2-3). Montiya Harrison added 13 points.
Catawba shot 55 percent from the field and beat the Blue Bears 44-37 on the boards.
The Indians reached the century mark for the first time since 2004.
CATAWBA (101) ó Hicks 19, N. Long 16, Ivanovic 15, K. Long 12, Merritt 11, Dellapenta 7, Sullivan 7, Welfare 5, Dameron 4, Foster 3, May 2, Connor, Whitley, Coleman.
LIVINGSTONE (74) ó McBride 18, Harrison 13, Rhodes 8, Manurs 8, Alston 7, Gilliam-Washington 6, Elbourne 6, Brooks 4, Joseph 2, Hill 2, Boston.
Catawba 53 48 ó 101
Livingstone 32 42 ó 74
– Sacred Heart hoops
Sacred Heart’s boys team defeated High Point’s Immaculate Heart of Mary 42-36.
Banks Fisher and Eric Edwards led the Dolphins (7-2) with 13 points each. Fisher had 15 rebounds for his ninth straight double-double.
Edwards had five steals and five assists. Bobby Cardelle scored eight points. Christian Hester had six.
* Sacred Heart lost to Rowan-Cabarrus Home School 48-46. Jordan Long scored 18 points for the Stallions, while Daniel Larsen had 15.
Edwards had 26 points and 11 rebounds for the Dolphins. Fisher had 10 points and 13 rebounds.
* In jayvee middle school action, Sacred Heart beat the Stallions 24-19 in overtime.
Joseph Harrison had 13 points for the Dolphins, while Michael Childress had six.
Randy Madiera’s seven points paced the Stallions, while Brent Gambell had six.
* The annual Jack Campbell Memorial Hoops Classic will start at Sacred Heart on Saturday at 6 p.m.
– Youth basketball tournament
Registrations are now being accepted for the annual E.E. Morton Basketball Tournament.
Contact Tom McDaniel at 704-637-1261 for information.
– Girls swimming
East Rowan won a girls swim meet with South Rowan and Carson earlier this week.
The Mustangs totaled 134 points. South had 75 and Carson 25.
Sarah Agner won the 200 free and 100 butterfly for the Mustangs. Madison Hall was also a double winner in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke.
Meagan Barbetto won the 50 free, Anna Shuping won the 100 free, and Samantha Zerger won the 500 free.
East swept the relays.
– Boys swimming
South Rowan won a boys swim meet earlier this week with 129 points. East had 77 and Carson 18.
South swept the relays.
Mark Wooten won the 500 free and 100 butterfly for the Raiders. Ryan Smith won the 100 breaststroke, Zach Allman won the 200 IM, and Kyle Christy was the winner in the 100 freestyle.
East’s Luke Evans won the 100 backstroke and 50 freestyle. Clark Agner took the 200 free.

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