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From staff reports
Salisburyís girls tennis team, coached by Chris Myers, concluded the regular season with a 9-0 win against East Davidson on Wednesday.
The Hornets (15-1, 8-0) havenít lost a CCC match in nine seasons.
Obviously, theyíve won nine straight league titles. Theyíve taken 14 of 15 CCC titles since becoming a league member in 1997. Lexington won the CCC in 2002.
Thomasville isnít competing in girls tennis this year, so the Hornets are playing just eight conference matches.
Salisbury has won 119 consecutive CCC matches.
Salisburyís singles winners were Joy Loeblein, Erika Nelson, Madeline Hoskins, Caroline Graham, Jordan Pring and Meredith Hovis.
Nelson-Loeblein, Sallie Kate Meyerhoeffer-Alexandra Drye and Graham-Hovis were doubles winners.
Carson has beaten West Rowan 7-2 and North Iredell 9-0 this week.
Against West, Kelly Dulkoski, Hannah Shinn, Harley Graham and Sara Lentz collected singles wins. Shin-Dulkoski, Graham-Haylee Hepler, Lentz-Laura Isenhour were doubles winners.
Dulkoski, Graham, Lentz, Shinn, Hepler and Isenhour won singles matches against North.
n Prep football
The South Rowan-Carson jayvee game will have a starting time tonight of 6 p.m. at Carson.
n Pre-sale tickets for students and the public are available for Fridayís varsity game at South. Tickets will be sold from 11-1 today and Friday in the South lobby. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. for the 7:30 varsity game. The back gate on the visitors side will be open.
Both schools will be hosting a ěPink Outî and collecting money for cancer research. South fans are urged to wear pink or red. Carson fans are requested to wear pink or orange.
n South will honor all the head coaches in its history on Friday. Former coaches and former players can meet in the cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
n Prep soccer
Salisbury stayed unbeaten with 2-0 win against East Davidson Wednesday.
John Canipe and B.J. Woods each scored goals for the Hornets. Woods and Hansen Saryee each had assists.
Goalie Connor Miller had the shutout. Salisbury outshot East 36-2.
The Hornets (13-0-1) will host West Davidson Monday.
n Prep volleyball
Carsonís varsity volleyball team beat Providence Grove 25-15, 25-16, 25-18 on Wednesday to improve to 17-5.
Carson beat South Rowan 3-1 in NPC play on Tuesday.
n Carsonís jayvees topped Providence Grove 25-12, 21-25, 25-20.
Davie defeated Wheatmore 16-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-21, 15-11 on Wednesday.
Clara MacDonell had a team-best 13 kills. Davie is now 13-7.
n Mid. school football
West Rowanís 7th-graders topped China Grove 38-8.
Javon Quarles led the Bulldogs (4-1) with 217 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Quarles scored on runs of 73, 62 and 57.
Armoni Hogue had a 52-yard scoring run for the Bulldogs. He rushed for 87 yards and accounted for a pair of two-point conversions.
Kortez Weeks threw a 43-yard scoring pass to Brendon Westbrook and a two-point conversion pass to Rodney Howell.
Other offensive standouts for West were Javon Lofton, Tyler Wheeler and Toby Brown.
Defensive standouts for West included Quarles, Lofton, Tyler Nicholas, Avery Allen, Nathan Zauner and DeAndre Snowden.
Austin Chrismon had a TD run for the Red Devils. Chris Howard kicked a PAT that was worth two points.
West plays at Erwin on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
Knox defeated Erwin 40-0 Tuesday for its fourth-straight shut-out.
The Trojans ran for 338 yards and were led by Willie Clarkís 112 yards and two touchdowns.
Jaylen Sanders and Antwuan Glenn each had touchdowns on the ground.
Defensively, Deshaude White had a sack and two tackles for loss. Allen Tulloch and Darius Jackson each had fumble recoveries.
Knox plays at China Grove Wednesday.
nMid. school softball
West Rowanís softball team lost to Mooresville 5-0 as the Red Impsí pitchers struck out 15 Bulldogs.
Mooresville got three runs in the fifth.
The Bulldogs (6-5) left Khaila Hall stranded at third base with no outs in the third inning.
Peyton Greene was the losing pitcher. She struck out four. Michaela Lemmon and Savannah Cline made good defensive plays.
West plays at home against Southeast on Thursday.
n Mid. school tennis
Knox defeated North Rowan on Tuesday 8-1.
Singles winners for Knox were Kathryn Rusher, Lainey Slate, Chloe McGee, Zeenat Sabakada, Shelby Holden, and Nellie Brown.
Doubles winners for Knox were Slate-McGee and Sabakada-Taylor Shuler.
n Catawba soccer
Catawba got a hat trick from Carson Smith and two goals from Corey Faughnan to top Chowan 7-0 Wednesday at Frock Field.
Catawba scored three times in the opening 12 minutes and led 4-0 at halftime.
The Indians improved to 4-7.
n Catawba tennis
Catawba dropped a pair of tennis matches Wednesday to Wingate. The men fell 8-0 while the women lost a 9-0 decision.
n Youth football
The Salisbury 49ers went 1-3 over the weekend in Mooresville.
The team for ages 5-6 lost 24-0.
The 7-8 team won 8-6.
The 9-10 team lost 28-0.
The 11-12 team lost 18-8.
The 49ers have homecoming games scheduled for Saturday against the Kannapolis Chargers. Kickoff is at Livingstone at 3 p.m.
n Hurley Y hoops
Registration for girls basketball for ages 7-14 and coed basketball for ages 4-6 is under way at Hurley YMCA.
This is a great introductory league that teaches fundamentals and YMCA values.
Contact Phillip Hilliard at 704-636-0111.
n Parks and Rec
The Salisbury Parks and Recreation is accepting registrations for its NBA Babies (ages 4-5) and Jr. Bobcat boys basketball (ages 7-15) through Oct. 15.
Register at Hall Gym. Cost is $35 for city residents and $50 for non-residents.
You can also register for coed (ages 5-6) and girls basketball (ages 7-15) through Jan. 14.
Call Hall Gym at 704-638-5289 or email lbric@salisburync.gov for information.
Cheerleading is available at the Miller Center. Call 704-638-5297.

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