From staff reports
East Rowanís girls tennis team defeated Statesville 8-1 on Monday and beat North Stanly 9-0 on Tuesday.
The Mustangs are 13-0.
n Prep volleyball
Salisburyís varsity volleyball team lost 3-1 to Central Davidson on Tuesday in CCC action. Brielle Blaire led Salisbury (3-4 CCC) with 10 kills and 15 service points.
n Davie County swept R.J. Reynolds in CPC volleyball on Tuesday. Leslie Fulton had seven kills, while Clara MacDonell had six.
n Prep golf
Statesville won this weekís NPC golf match at Statesville Country Club. The Greyhounds shot 140.
East Rowan was second at 144. Amy Carlton shot 47, Emily Cleveland carded a 48, and Grace Stokes and Tabitha Warren shot 49s.
Kristen Boleyís 52 led third-place West Rowan (160). Kelly Boley shot 53, while Kayla Boley shot 55.
South Rowan was fourth at 161. Alex Bare shot 49. Kaila Deitz carded a 53, and Whitney Parks and Maren Lewallen shot 59s.
East leads Statesville by five shots for the season.
Salisbury also played at Statesville Country Club and shot 123. Isabella Rusher fired a sizzling 34. Lily Yatawara shot 42, and Brooke Smith carded a 47.
n College golf
Catawba placed 15th out of 20 womenís golf teams in the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate.
UNC Pembroke won with a two-day total of 618. Catawba had a total of 695.
Leslie Long paced Catawba. She was 32nd at 82-83 ó 165. Madison Kennedy (Salisbury) shot 90-83 ó 173 and finished 67th.
n Catawbaís menís golf team placed second in the Montevallo Intercollegiate, 14 shots behind North Georgia.
Indians Brad Cline , Matt Hardman and Kyle Kegerreis tied for seventh with a two-day total of 147.
n Winthropís Allison Lee (Salisbury) shot 81-81-78 ó 240 and finished 42nd at the UNCG Starmount Classic.
n College volleyball
Livingstone outside hitter Phylicia Egbuna was named CIAA Player of the Week. Egbuna had 73 kills in four matches. LCís Reginald Isley was named CIAA Coach of the Week for his teamís 4-0 mark.
n Egbuna and Lakitta Hicks had 12 kills each in Tuesdayís 3-1 loss to St. Augustineís.
n Catawba lost to UNC Pembroke 3-1 on Tuesday.
Catawba (11-4) got 11 kills from Emily Richardson and 22 digs from Jenny Young.
n Breckin Settlemyer (Carson) had 15 kills in Catawba Valley Community Collegeís 3-2 win against Toccoa Falls on Tuesday.
n Taylor Whitley (Carson) had 27 assists as Guilford swept Greensboro on Tuesday.
n College runners
Catawbaís Christian Crifasi was named SAC Cross Country Runner of the Week.
He won the 8K Hagan Stone Classic in 26:34, 10th-best time in school history.
n Lenoir-Rhyneís Mike York (South Rowan) was 16th in the recent Citadel Invitational. He ran the 8K in 30:58.
n In the Paul Short Invitational, held in Bethlehem, Pa., Western Carolinaís Olivia Jacobs (South) ran a 6K in 24:19.
Westernís Garrett West (NW Cabarrus) ran the 8K menís event in 28:17.
n Youth football
In Rowan County Youth Football, grades 3-4, the South Raiders defeated the West Falcons 20-18. Braden Graham had two rushing TDs for South, and Andrew Kennerly threw a TD pass to Brenden Finger. Chase Drinkard had two conversion scores.
Xavier Kesler scored all three TDs for the Falcons.
n Mid. school football
Knoxís 7th-graders beat Erwin 22-0. Alonzo Sirleaf scored on a 32-yard sweep and a 9-yard run for the Trojans (4-1) and added a two-point conversion. QB Chris Ingram went 94 yards for a score and had a two-point conversion.
Knoxís defense posted its second shutout. Leading the Trojans were Tywon Rivens, Jaylen McDowell, Cameron Horne, Austin Coleman. Dylan Cuthbertson, Bryan Goodlett and Paris Hillie.
Hillie also had a key interception.
Knox plays at China Grove on Tuesday.
n Mid. school soccer
Sacred Heart stayed unbeaten with a dominating 3-0 win against Statesville Christian. Only a strong effort by Statesvilleís keeper kept the match close.
Max Fisher finished inside the box to break the ice 20 minutes into the match. Joseph Harrison made it 2-0 with a strong solo run. Annie Habeebís through ball set up Fisherís second goal of the day to make it 3-0.
Adam Habeeb and Ceci Cardelle combined on the shutout for the Dolphins.
n Mid. school tennis
Knox edged Southeast 5-4 on Monday. Singles winners for the Trojans were Kathryn Rusher, Chloe McGee and Zeenat Sabakada. Doubles winners were Rusher-Nellie Brown and Lainey Slate-McGee.
n Local golf
Greg Hill used a driver and an 8-iron to record a rare double eagle at Corbin Hills recently. Hill holed the 8-iron on the par-5, 435-yard 18th. Witnesses were Jeff Shirley and Gary McNeely.
n Seventy GARS members played a Captainís Choice tournament at Corbin Hills on Monday. The winning team of Jim Brown, Boyce Caudle, Paul Dombrowski, Don Martin and Gerald Osborne shot minus-9 for first place.
Clarence Derrick, Harry Hammer, Bill Hathcock and Ross Howard shot minus-8 and tied Butch Adams, Jim Bain, Lanny Corriher and Don Julian for second place.
Dick Hatoway was closest to the pin on No. 2. Howard sank the longest putt on No. 9.
n The Corbin Hills Womenís Golf League played Tuesday. Phyllis Durland won low gross, with Susan Morris second. Mary Seaford won low net, with Bev Cobb second.
Kristy Laton won low putts, with Sharon Deal second.
n YMCA basketball
Registration is through Nov. 14 at Hurley YMCA for Senior High Church League basketball. The cost is $350 per team for regular season and playoffs.
There will be a coaches meeting on Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Games will be played on Mondays and Thursdays, starting in December.
Contact Kenno Shoaf at 704-636-0111 for information.
n Local hoops
The Hoops Magicians, including Andrea Stinson and Warren Bryson, Nick Means and Jamaal Conley, will take on the Rowan County All-Stars at North Rowan High on Saturday, Nov. 5.
Tristan Rankin, Brian Avery, Jimmy Kesler, Sophilia Hipps, Shayla Fields and Scotty Robinson have committed to play for the Rowan team.
Doors open at 3 p.m. The game starts at 4.
Tickets are $7. Children 4 and under get in free. Proceeds will benefit North Rowan High and Salisbury girls basketball.
The event is presented by 7 Phases of Success, whose membership includes Tony Hillian, Christopher McNeil,, Stephanie McNeil, Mike White, Derrick Foxx, Eric Neely and Thomas McDaniel.
Their motto is community involvement through empowerment and service. Sponsorships are welcomed.
For tickets, call Tony (704-202-7275), Mike (704-267-9472), Wayne (704-239-7920), Erick (704-310-7153) or Derrick (704-264-4061).
n Hall of Fame
The Davidson County Sports Hall of Fame will induct five new members Oct. 15, including the late Joseph ěScoopî McCrary.
He was sports editor of the Salisbury Post from 1944-48 before serving as sports editor of the Lexington Dispatch from 1948-1972.
From staff reports