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Flores phenomenal in victory

Brandon Flores scored five goals and had two assists to lead Carson to a 7-5 SPC soccer win against Cox Mill on Tuesday.
Carson led 5-2 at halftime, but Cox Mill came back to tie 5-all in the second half.
Colton Correll scored the tiebreaking goal. Khalid Myers had a first-half goal for the Cougars.
• Carson’s jayvees lost to the Chargers 2-0.
• South Rowan beat East Rowan for a South Piedmont Conference win, but it took two overtimes.
Fuller Ketchie and Bays Bost scored goals for the Mustangs. Bays’ curving corner kick forced overtime.
Aaron Rousey scored his first goal of the year for the Raiders on a rebound. Angel Dominguez scored for South on a penalty kick.
Luis Fierro had both South goals in the second OT perid. Andrew Fulton and Jose Sanchez assisted.
• Hickory Ridge beat West Rowan 8-0, and Northwest Cabarrus nipped Central Cabarrus 2-1.
Salisbury swept Lexington on Thursday.
Nyasia Harris had eight kills for the Hornets. Olivia Smith and Mary Seifert led in assists. Seifert had five aces.
The Hornets are headed to the 2A playoffs.
• Salisbury’s jayvees won 2-0 against Lexington. Kate Murph had eight aces. Lainy Slate had five aces and five digs.
• Carson won 25-10, 25-5 and 25-12 against West Rowan to stay unbeaten on Tuesday. The Cougars are 20-0 and play at South Rowan on Thursday.
• North Rowan’s jayvees lost 2-1 to West Davidson on Tuesday.
• South Rowan was swept by Cox Mill 25-13, 25-17 and 25-15 in the SPC.
• Also in the SPC, East Rowan was swept by second-place Hickory Ridge 25-12, 25-15 and 25-15.
Hickory Ridge’s only league loss was to Carson.
North Rowan got singles wins from Samantha Pritchard, Victoria Scheve, Alexis Rice, Katelyn Parker and Indya Wiggins in an 8-1 CCC win against East Davidson.
Veronica Leasure-Pritchard, Rice-Wiggins and Scheve-Casey Eller won in doubles.
In the Associated Press prep poll, North Rowan is still a unanimous No. 1 in 2A.
Mallard Creek (4A), Havelock (3A) and Warsaw Kenan (1A) are the other top-ranked teams.
In 3A, South Iredell is sixth, Concord is seventh, and Central Cabarrus is ninth. Concord plays Central Friday. Mount Tabor is seventh in the 4A poll.
Erwin defeated West Rowan Middle on Tuesday. It was the ninth win for the Eagles.
Winners in singles were Angel Scialdone, Mia Graham, Lauren Weisensel and Destini Hamilton Doubles winners were O’Shannus Wood and Katie Barnhardt.
• China Grove won 7-2 against Knox. Maleah Corpening and Lindsay Jones were the winners for Knox.
Knox is at Southeast on Thursday.
West Rowan Middle’s defense shined in a 12-0 seventh-grade win against Southeast.
Anthony Chance rushed for 157 yards and scored two touchdowns for the Bulldogs. He scord on a 48-yard run and caught a 27-yard TD pass from Nick Stolsworth.
West’s lines played outstanding. Benjamin Bonds caught three passes.
Offensive standouts were Andrew Sharpe, Ryan Garczynski, Cade Sells, Mel Matta and Zion Mock.
Chance made seven tackles. Jeffrey Garman made 10 tackles, Dawson Sheesley and Blanton Butler had fumble recoveries.
West is at China Grove next Tuesday.
•North Rowan’s seventh-graders won 32-6 over China Grove.
Logan Stoner threw TD passes to Daquan Cook, Justin McCremmon and Quintis Smith.
Jaden Perry rushed for a touchdown and a 2-point conversion. Cameron Gill also rushed for a 2-point conversion. Greg Crawford scored on a fumble return.
North is at home on Tuesday against Corriher-Lipe.
• Knox’s seventh-graders won 26-12 against Corriher-Lipe.
Daveon Robinson scored two TDs for the Trojans. Obryan Mashore and Raheim Walker scored a TD apiece. Ishmael Kadhjuway ran for a 2-point conversion.
Angelo Parker had two sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Mashore also recovered a fumble. Robinson forced a fumble. Walker stood out on defense.
Offensive line standouts were Ethan McGee, Tywaun Smith, Rahson Hudson, Tyjae Polk, Blake Clark and Devin Baseback.
• Erwin’s seventh-graders won 44-22 against Mooresville.
Sam Wall had 125 rushing yards on 11 carries and scored three TDs. He had a 65-yard kickoff return for a touchdown late in the game.
Diante Gallmon had 80 yards and scored a TD. Chrisian Bennett had 42 rushing yards. Josh Smith led the blocking.
Wall and Gabe Hinceman had pass interceptions. Hunter Eagle had a tackle for a safety.
West Rowan Middle won 2-0 against Erwin.
Hannah Roberts pitched the shutout. Hannah Pratt, Parker Greene, Katie Williams, Morgan Corriher and Roberts led the offense.
West Rowan Middle plays at Corriher-Lipe next Tuesday.
Sacred Heart’s jayvees lost 4-0 to Statesville Montessori. Grace Blackwell, Mabel Harrison, Si Long, Si Ming, John Sentillis, Jalen Walker and Josh Klein were standouts.
• Sacred Heart’s varsity won 9-1 against Statesville Christian on Tuesday. Michael Childress had four goals. Juan Salazar had three, and Melvin Bonilla had two.
The Dolphins take on Salisbury Academy at home on Thursday at 4 p.m.
Livingstone’s Justin Forte was named CIAA Offensive Back of the Week. Forte rushed 34 times for 126 yards and a TD in the 35-7 win against Lincoln.
Catawba Valley Community College’s Aimee Cloninger (Carson) had nine kills and Tiffany Brooks (South Rowan) had four in a sweep of Johnson & Wales. Cloninger also had 10 digs and two aces for the Bucs (24-0).
Roanoke’s Lewis Young (Salisbury) reached the consolation finals of the B1 Doubles Flight at the ITA Mid-Atlantic Regional over the weekend.
Young and partner Matt Kessler lost in the first round 8-6 but won twice to reach the consolation final. They lost 9-7 in the third-place match.
The Corbin Hills Men’s Club Championship was completed on Sunday.
Nate Jessup shot 73-67-78 — 218 to win the Championship Flight by one shot. Brad Vinson finished second at 74-70-75 — 219.
Chuck Valley shot 74-77-69 — 220 to finish first, while Dwayne McIntyre was second at 76-72-74 — 222.
In the Second Flight, Curt Thomas had rounds of 75-79-71 — 225 to win. Alana Barefoot shot 76-80-78 — 234 for second place.
Luke Thomas shot 78-91-78 — 257 to win the Third Flight. Rob Sweet shot 89-82-87 — 258 for second.
Bob Whitley shot 74-76-64 — 214 to win the Men’s Senior Club Championship. Jerry Allman shot 77-74-77 — 228 for second.
• Corbin’s fall two-man tournament is set for Oct. 26-27.
The entry fee is $80 for non-members.
Entry includes two days of golf with cart, food and prizes. Entry fee does include optional team skins or Calcutta.
Teams will compete in a two-man Best-Ball format both days.
Teams will be flighted after the first round.
Golfers will play from the blue/white tournament tees. Seniors (70 and up) will play from the gold tees. Ladies will play from the red tees.
Contact Jay Hill at 704-636-0672.

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