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East Rowan won 51-30 against South Rowan in SPC wrestling on Wednesday.
Jeff Burrell, Wesley Porter, Luke Miller, Wyatt Blume, Tyler Lloyd and Jake Boltz recorded pins for the Mustangs.
Kevin Phillips won a decision.
Shiheem Saunders and Austin David Hoosier won by forfeit for East.
South received pins from Logan Durham, Angel Ruiz, Jacob Hall, Tyler Hall and Alex Parham.
North Rowan’s teams are home tonight against Mooresville.
Both North teams are off to 3-0 starts.
The jayvee games also will be played at North, so the varsity girls will start around 6:30 p.m.
• On Friday, Davie is home against North Davidson for CPC action, and A.L. Brown opens MECKA play at North Meck.
• Salisbury is home against Pinecrest on Friday.
• In the SPC on Friday, the matchups are East Rowan at Hickory Ridge, West Rowan at Carson, Cox Mill at South Rowan, and Central Cabarrus at Concord.
Carson’s jayvee boys won 48-38 against Salisbury.
Bryson Collins scored 11 points, and Brenden Westbrook had nine for the Cougars (3-2).
• South Rowan’s boys won 31-30 against A.L. Brown on Wednesday.
A.L. Brown’s girls won 35-26 against the Raiders.
South Rowan announced its fall award winners.
Cross Country
Most Valuable: Kurtis Reed
Coaches Award: Blade Blumenthal
Most Improved: Jakob Rodgers and Colson Childers
Football
Most Valuable (Eudy Award): Alex Parham
Most Improved: Greg Keller
Rick Vanhoy Award (Team Above Self): Dakota Smith
Tommy Barnhardt Award (Special Teams): Bryson Deaton
Larry Deal Offensive Lineman Award: Brock Miller
Offensive Coaches Award: Jonathan Lambert
Defensive Coaches Award: Burke Fulcher
JV Offense Award: Austin Chrismon
JV Defense Award: Luke Frizzell
Girls golf
MVP: Alexandria Bare
Most Improved: Casey Pruitt
Boys soccer
MVP: Dalton Carter
Defensive Player of the Year: Tony Ramirez
Midfield Player of the Year: Luis Fierro
Forward Player of the Year: Angel Dominguez
JV MVP: Cameron Corriher
Girls tennis
MVP: Cierra Hunter
Most Improved: Mariah Mason
Coach’s Award: Aspen Mushala
Volleyball
MVP: Lynsey Corriher
Ultimate Teammate Award: Kayla McClendon
Most Improved: Sylvetta Bost and Dakotah Lambert
JV MVP: Brandy Parker
JV Leadership: Caitlin Chabala
Cheerleading
MVP: Ashton Schoen
Most Spirited: Baylie Mann
Most Improved: Cheyenne Hunter
Most Valuable JV: Amber Boulware

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