Hornets win in volleyball, soccer
Published 12:00 am Monday, September 29, 2014
Salisbury’s volleyball team won 3-2 at South Rowan on Monday in a non-conference matchup.
“This is the first time we’ve beaten South since I’ve been coaching,” SHS coach Mallory Hodge. “I was very proud of the fight and hard work we showed.”
Juliana Anderson led the Hornets (8-8) with 20 kills, five blocks and 13 digs. De’Leon Duren had 13 blocks. Mary Seifert had two aces, five kills and 20 assists. Lora Withers had 12 assists. Maddie Gentry had five kills and seven digs. Rebecca Malloy and Abby Lee led the defense with seven digs each. Jane Miller had 6 kills. • Gray Stone won 3-1 against Salisbury on Friday to stay undefeated.
• North Rowan (6-11) lost 3-1 to Davie on Monday.
Aliyah Farmer had eight kills and three blocks for the Cavaliers. Chevy Blaire had five kills. Ashlyn Mills had four aces. Caroline Billingsley served for 13 points.
Salisbury won 2-1 against South Rowan on Monday.
Katie Bullock had 13 digs and two aces. Breya Philpot had six kills and eight digs. Mary McCullough had five kills.
• North Rowan lost 2-0 to Davie on Monday.
Salisbury stayed unbeaten in the CCC by pounding West Davidson 10-1 on Monday.
West Davidson came into the match with several key players out due to injury and Salisbury (11-4, 2-0 CCC) capitalized early with an Ahmedin Salcinovic goal.
Jamie Henriquez made it 2-0 after eight minutes.
Landon Goodman finished with another hat trick and has 23 goals this season.
Michael Brown added two goals.
Also scoring for the Hornets were Andrew Kalogeromitros, Felix Carrillo and Pedro Cruz. Cruz, a freshman, scored his first goal.
Assists went to Brown (2), Henriquez (2), Goodman (2), Salcinovic and Christian Uribe.
Salisbury is at home Tuesday for a doubleheder with Davie. The jayvees start at 5 p.m.
• Salisbury’s jayvees won 5-3 against West Davidson.
Santiago Caballero scored four goals. Nick Veros had one.
North Rowan won 8-1 in a CCC tennis match against East Davidson.
Samantha Pritchard, Veronica Leasure, Victoria Scheve, Alexis Rice and Brandy Fox won in singles for the Cavaliers. Pritchard-Leasure, Scheve-Fox and Rice-Indya Wiggins were the winning doubles teams for North Rowan (7-6, 2-4 CCC).
• Salisbury-West Davidson was washed out on Monday and rescheduled for Tuesday.
Catawba’s women’s team is tied for fifth after the first round of the Tusculum Fall Classic.
Catawba freshman Anthea Gnielinski shot 73 for second place. Catawba’s Alexis Kershaw shot 77. Madison Kennedy (Salisbury) shot 85 in the first round.
• Catawba’s men’s team is eighth after the first round of the Tusculum Fall Classic.
Catawba’s Matt Hardman shot 69 and is in fifth place, two shots off the pace.
• George Mason’s Eric Edwards (Salisbury) shot 78-75-78 — 231 in the Patriot Invitational at Laurel Hill in Lofton, Va. Edwards was No. 4 for George Mason and tied for 78th overall.
• Alex Nianouris (Salisbury) is competing for Davidson in the Fighting Irish Classic in South Bend, Ind., and has shot 86-78 in the first two rounds.
Hannah Elmore (Carson) had six kills for Brevard in a 3-1 loss to Carson-Newman. She hd seven kills and four digs in a 3-0 loss to Lincoln Memorial. Brevard is 8-6 and 2-4 in the SAC. Elmore has led the Tornados in kills twice this season.
• Lenoir-Rhyne’s Emma Pope (South Rowan) had eight digs in a 3-0 win against Lincoln Memorial. L-R is 9-4 and 3-3 in the SAC.
• Averett’s Nicole Barringer (South Rowan) had 28 assists in a sweep of William Peace and 33 assists, seven digs and five kills in a sweep of N.C. Wesleyan. Lynsey Corriher (South Rowan) had a kill against N.C. Wesleyan. Averett is 10-8 and 5-1 in USA South.
• Lela Moore (West Rowan) had 22 assists, four kills and three digs for Hollins in a loss to Randolph.
• Catawba’s women lost 3-1 at Mars Hill.
Bri Howard had 10 kills for Catawba (3-8, 1-5 SAC). Rachel Gallup had nine kills.
• Catawba lost at Tusculum 25-15, 25-19 and 25-10. Gallup finished with seven kills.
• Livingstone lost 3-1 to Chowan in the CIAA Roundup in Charlotte. Larrecia Swiney had 13 kills. Lapria Saunder shad 32 assists.
• Livingstone lost 3-1 to Virginia State in Charlotte. Iman Isom had 20 digs.
Freshman Alexandra Drye (Salisbury) went 7-3 in singles and 5-5 in doubles during Christopher Newport’s fall season.
In Saturday’s Maryville Dual Meet in Jefferson City, Tenn., Carson-Newman freshman Tori Gaul (East Rowan) finished second in 21:42 and led the Eagles to first place.
Catawba’s men’s team lost 2-1 to Newberry on Saturday at Frock Field.
The Indians (2-6) played a man down most of the way. Freshman Bobby Cardelle (Salisbury) scored his first career goal.
• Catawba’s 10th-ranked women’s team fell 3-0 to Newberry on Saturday.
Catawba (5-1-1, 3-1 SAC) has dropped its last two. Angelica Pawlowski recorded five saves for Catawba.
• Mariah Coleman (West Rowan) started for Wingate in a 7-0 win against Mount Olive on Monday.
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Salisbury Academy’s soccer team defeated Summit School 2-0 in Winston-Salem on Monday. Charlie Barr and Mitch Jeter scored goals for the Jaguars.
Salisbury Academy plays against Hickory Christian Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Sacred Heart’s varsity soccer team won 6-3 against Concordia Lutheran.
Luke Holland scored four goals. Cameron Pierson and William Austin scored a goal each.
• Holland scored three goals in a 4-1 win against Salisbury Academy.
Sean Archer scored a goal.
Jack Fisher, Spencer Blackwell and keeper Reilly Ploplis led the defense, along with Patrick Taylor and Austin.
Mitch Jeter scored for the SA Jaguars.
The McCanless Ladies played their two-day Ladies Fall Championship.
Robin Leslie won the Championship Flight. Mary Seaford was second.
Monica Green won the First Flight. Susan Houston was runner-up.
Kansas City pounded New England 41-14 late Monday night. See story online.