Area sports briefs: Salisbury soccer romps
From staff reports
Bobby Cardelle’s hat trick sparked Salisbury’s boys soccer team to an easy 7-0 win against North Rowan on Tuesday at Ludwig Stadium.
Cardelle scored all three of his goals on crosses.
Philip Simons, Alex Lee, Clint Comadoll and Michael Brown also found the back of the net for the Hornets (6-0). It was the first varsity goal for Brown.
Simons had two assists. Cardelle, Brock Overcash, Kenne Bonilla and Zachary Sukkasem had one helper apiece.
Connor Miller and Banks Fisher combined for the shutout in goal.
Salisbury plays at Carson tonight at 6 p.m. in a rematch of the county tournament championship game.
Davie County (5-2) swept Alexander Central 25-15, 25-21, 25-12 on Tuesday.
Shaun Warren (Carson) could be in the mix for carries right away for Western Carolina.
The true freshman is listed as a co-No. 2 on the running backs depth chart by the Catamounts. Michael Vaughn is the starter.
Zachary Grkman (Carson) is a returner in the secondary for Averett. He earned USA South Academic all-conference recognition last season.
North Rowan’s girls tennis team beat Albemarle 6-0 for a YVC win.
Veronica Leasure, Catherine Crawford, Dakota Honeycutt, Taylor Love and Daisy Lemke won singles matches.
Albemarle forfeited at No. 6 singles.
The Cavaliers are 4-1 in the YVC and overall.
South Rowan’s girls beat North Iredell 7-2 for an NPC win.
Erin Freeze, Aspen Mushala, Bethany Karriker, Taylor James and Sara Bradley won singles matches. See Scoreboard.
Rangel Ravelo had a pair of two-run doubles and Colin Kuhn homered as the Kannapolis Intimidators routed Rome 13-3 on Tuesday. Spencer Arroyo earned his 10th win.
The South Atlantic League has authorized the sale of tickets for all possible playoff games, and the Intimidators are currently in the mix for the final berth out of the Northern Division.
Fans can purchase tickets for playoff games at the Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium box office or by calling (704) 932-3267.
Outfielder Brady Shoemaker and first baseman Dan Black were named to the All-South Atlantic League team.
Shoemaker was promoted to Winston-Salem earlier this season. He batted .319 for Kannapolis.
Ryan Query (A.L. Brown, Catawba) had two RBIs for Lynchburg in Tuesday’s 5-4 Carolina League loss to Potomac.
The Corbin Hills Ladies Golf Association hosted its annual Mary Cobb McCombs Member-Member event on Tuesday.
Low net was won by the team of Kristi Laton and Mary Seaford. Gail Capone and Anna Robinson finished second. Karla Swanson and Joan Havill placed third, and Sharon Deal and Carole Payne were fourth.
Low gross was won by the team of Becky Isenhour and Susan Morris.
Middle school soccer
Sacred Heart’s coed soccer team beat First Assembly 7-0.
The Dolphins scored six goals in the first half.
Ceci Cardelle assisted Reilly Gokey on the first goal.
Annie Habeeb scored for a 2-0 lead, and Gokey made it 3-0 on an assist by Justin Boyd.
Arun Kelly-Rajan, Joseph Harrison and Michael Childress added goals before the half. Childress assisted on Harrison’s goal, while Gokey assisted Childress.
Max Fisher scored on an assist by Harrison for the Dolphins’ second-half goal.
Middle school tennis
Southeast’s girls beat China Grove 9-0.
Registration for fall soccer and flag football at Hurley YMCA ends on Sept. 4.
Leagues are for ages 3-14.
If interested in coaching, contact sports director Phillip Hilliard at 704-636-0111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.