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SHS soccer clinches CCC

Salisbury’s soccer team won 5-0 at Lexington on Wednesday and coach Matt Parrish’s club clinched another CCC title.
That’s the 11 straight league title for the Hornets (14-4, 6-0).
Salisbury (14-4) has won 10 straight this season after a slow start.
Ahmedin Salcinovic scored twice for the Hornets, with Jamie Henriquez, Landon Goodman and Christian Uribe scoring one each.
Michael Brown had three assists. Bryan Fragoso and Andrew Kalogeromitros had one each.
Salisbury scored two goals on set pieces (Goodman and Uribe).
Arnold Lezama and Arturo Ramirez combined for the shutout in goal.
“I commend Lexington for improved play,” Parrish said. “They forced us to struggle most of the night.”
Next up for SHS is Thomasville on Oct. 13 at Ludwig Stadium.
• Salisbury’s jayvees won 4-0. Santiago Caballero scored two goals. Fernando Ortiz and Richard Santos had one each.
Salisbury’s Isabella Rusher and Grace Yatawara shot 33s to lead Salisbury to a CCC win at the Country Club of Salisbury.
Salisbury’s Caroline Parrott and Shelby Holden shot 51s.
Salisbury’s 117 was followed by West Davidson (133), East Davidson (170) and Lexington (182). West Davidson’s Rachel Mast shot 42.
The 18-hole CCC Championship will be held on Tuesday at Corbin Hills at 1 p.m.
• On Tuesday, Cannon School beat Salisbury 129-140 at River Run.
Yatawara shot 38. Rusher shot 43. Anna Redding shot 34 to lead Cannon.
• The SPC championship is Thursday at Corbin Hills at 1 p.m.
East Rowan’s doubles team of Kayce Wilson and Emma Ritchie qualified for regional play at the South Piedmont Conference tournament.
Thomasville won 3-1 against North Rowan in CCC volleyball despite 18 kills and three blocks by North Rowan’s Aliyah Farmer.
Brianna White had eight kills and two blocks for the Cavaliers. Ashlyn Mills had four aces and 33 assists.
There will be a girls basketball clinic at Catawba on Oct. 27. The camp is for girls in grades 2-8 and is from 8 a.m, until 4 p.m. The cost is $40. To register, contact Catawba assistant women’s coach Terrence Baxter at 704-637-4226.
Due to a conflict with the SAC volleyball tournament, the kickoff for the Catawba vs. Lenoir-Rhyne football game on Nov. 15 has been moved up to 12:30 p.m. The volleyball tournament semifinals will follow the football game.
The Catawba tennis teams closed out their fall seasons with wins over Belmont Abbey. The women claimed a 9-0 win while the men won 8-1. Both Catawba tennis teams are 3-1.
Catawba’s next match will be Feb. 7.
Southeast’s eighth-graders won 20-0 against Mooresville with outstanding offensive and defensive play. Southeast will play Corriher-Lipe Wednesday at home at 4:30 p.m.
• Gerquavius Weeks scored four touchdowns on runs of 5, 30, 35, and 40 yards to lead West Rowan Middle to a 44-6 win against China Grove.
Jalen Houston scored on a 62-yard run and a 60-yard fumble return.
Jaxon Wheeler had four 2-point conversions. The offensive line of Carter Jenkins, Zach Miller, Jonny Hassard, Edwin Berrios, Drake Martin, J.T. Bost, Will Moseley and Mike Molenda did an outstanding job.
The West defense was led by Houston, Weeks, Ethan Pratt, Baiden Suddarth, Calub Pope and Jay Joseph. Houston, Weeks, and Pratt recovered fumbles while Daniel Sell had an interception.
West Rowan (5-0) hosts Erwin Tuesday.
Salisbury Academy defeated Sacred Heart 6-3 in girls tennis.
Annabel Barr, Ellen Simons, Emma Nianouris, Emma Shelby and Morgan Jeter won in singles. In doubles, Nianouris-Maggie Dees won for the Jaguars.
Sacred Heart varsity soccer beat Statesville Christian 5-0. Juan Salazar scored two goals. Zach Robinette, Brody Dillon and Cameron Pierson scored one each.
• The Dolphins rolled over Concordia Lutheran 7-2 in the CCISAA tournament quarterfinals. Luke Holland scored four goals. Patrick Taylor had two and Salazar one. Defensive standouts were Jack Fisher, Spencer Blackwell, William Austin and Keeper Reilly Ploplis.
• Sacred Heart and Salisbury Academy host the final games of the CCISAA tournament Saturday with the final at 2 p.m. at Sacred Heart.

The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department is taking registration for youth basketball leagues for boys ages 7-15 through Oct. 18. To register, go to www.salisburync.gov/play or call 704-216-PLAY for more information.
The Catawba men’s soccer team won 2-1 at Queens on Wednesday.
The Indians (3-7-1, 1-4-1) won their first SAC match.
Adam Kurdi and Michael Basnett scored for the Indians. Basnett broke a 1-1 tie in the 71st minute.
• The Catawba women’s soccer team lost 3-0 to Queens on Wednesday. Angelica Pawlowski recorded two saves for the Indians.
(7-4, 3-3 SAC).
Catawba is at Tusculum on Saturday afternoon.

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