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Area Sports Briefs: Goodman’s 4 goals lead Salisbury soccer

From staff reports
Salisbury’s boys soccer team continued Road Warrior September with a 5-0 victory at Mount Pleasant on Wednesday,
Landon Goodman scored four goals for the Hornets (8-0-2), and freshman Brandon Ibanez scored his first high school goal.
Cristian Uribe had two assists. Nick Veros and Andrew Kalogeromitros had assists. Melvin Bonilla had an assist on a left-footed cross to the back post, and Goodman put Salisbury on the board.
Arturo Ramirez recorded the shutout in goal. Salisbury also got outstanding play from Bryan Fragoso, Santiago Caballero, and Reilly Gokey.
Next up for SHS is another road match on Monday at Albemarle at 6 p.m.

Prep tennis
East Rowan won 5-4 against Cox Mill in SPC tennis on Tuesday.
Shannon Mahaffey, Lauren Weisensel and Lana Jackson won in straight sets for the Mustangs.
The team of Mahaffey/Weinsel won 11-10 in doubles, and Alana Miller-Jackson won easily.
East exhibition winners were Emily Avalos and Kristen Brady.
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West Rowan won 6-3 against South Rowan in Wednesday’s SPC match.
West is 3-0 in the SPC and plays at Carson on Monday.
Singles
(1) Payton Holt (WR) d. Cierra Hunter 6-0, 6-1
(2) MacKenzie Koontz (WR) d. Mariah Mason 6-0, 6-4
(3) Tabitha Landy (WR) d. Kaitlyn McCombs 6-2, 6-2
Ivy Rabon (WR) d. (4) Marissa Sides 6-1, 6-2
(5) Abby Johnson (WR) d. Kristen Minehart 7-6 (4), 6-4
Lauren Shell (SR) won by forfeit
Doubles
(1) Holt-Koontz (WR) d. Hunter-Mason 10-2
(2) McCombs-Sides (SR) d. Landy-Rabon 10-7
(3) Minehart-Shell (SR) won by forfeit

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Salisbury (6-1, 4-0 CCC) won 9-0 at home against West Davidson in Wednesday’s match.
The Hornets won their 140th straight CCC match. They’ve won 271 of their last 273 league matches.
Salisbury takes on North Rowan on Monday.

Singles
(1) Kayla Honeycutt (S) d. Rachel Salines 6-0, 6-0
(2) Kathryn Rusher (S) d. Lindsay Clement 6-0, 6-0
(3) Grace Steinman (S) d. Madison Armstrong 6-0, 6-0
(4) Maria Capito (S) d. Lauren Smith 6-0, 6-0
(5) Emily Capito (S) d. Alcew Tester 6-0, 6-0
(6) Julia Honeycutt (S) d. Kelly Crisp 6-0, 6-0
Doubles
(1) K. Honeycutt/K. Rusher (S) d. Armstrong/Clement 8-0
(2) M. Capito/G. Steinman (S) d. Salines/Tester 8-0
(3) E. Capito/J. Honeycutt (S) d. Crisp/Smith 8-0

Prep golf
In SPC golf at The Club at Irish Creek on Wednesday, Cox Mill shot 133 to win by 16 strokes.
Carson (149), Hickory Ridge (152), Concord (157), East Rowan (168), South Rowan (175), Robinson (176) and West Rowan (181) followed the Chargers.
Northwest Cabarrus and Central Cabarrus could not post team scores.
Cox Mill’s Jaime Cassell was medalist with a 38.
Micah Furr shot 41 for Carson. Adison Collins shot 50, and Savannah Charles shot 58.
Lea Morris’ 56 and Kolby Fisher’s 59 led South.
East was led by Micah Loper’s 54 and Camryn Corriher’s 56.
West was led by Ella Ferguson and Ivy Burleson with 60s.

Prep volleyball
West Rowan won 25-15, 25-20 and 25-15 against Concord on Tuesday in SPC play. Hannah Moseley had six kills, three block assists and two solo blocks.
Ashley Wood had seven aces and scored 30 points .
Taylor Martin had 20 digs, Khara Fesperman had 13, and Abbey Williams added 12.
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West’s jayvees won 25-15 and 25-22 against Concord.
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Gray Stone won 25-18, 23-25, 25-16 and 25-21 against North Stanly.
Megan Frick had 12 kills. Shannon Efird had 11 kills and 10 blocks. Ivy Overcash added 10 kills.
Roni Boss (15) and Caroline Cody(13) led in assists for the Knights (6-0, 1-0 YVC).

8th-grade football
West Rowan won 56-0 against Corriher-Lipe.
Gerquavius Weeks scored touchdowns on runs of 13 and 20 yards and returned an interception 48 yards for a score.
Jalen Houston scored on a 54-yard run and returned an interception 50 yards for a score.
Riley Leavenworth added a 36-yard touchdown run. Federico Cruz kicked three PATs, while Jaxon Wheeler added three PATs.
West’s defense was lead by Houston with two interceptions, Weeks with one interception, and Ethan Pratt with a fumble recovery. Baiden Suddarth blocked a punt and had seven tackles.
Bradley Allen, Steven Wilmont, Lane Adkins and TyKese Warren also played well on defense. Bryson Coleman, Will Moseley, Calub Pope and J.T. Bost were offensive leaders.
West (2-0) will host Knox next Wednesday.
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Knox rolled 52-12 against Southeast on Wednesday. Knox’s Jabril Norman had eight tackles for loss and three sacks.
Key contributers for the Trojans were Andrew Garner, Calvin Twitty, Cameron Verdell, Shawn Henderson and Angel Quintero.
Knox rushed for 211 yards. Leading the blocking was tight end Jacquez Smith. Smith had three receptiosn and two 2-point conversions. Verdell. Donavan Blair, Zach Moten and Jadarius Wood opened the way on the o-line.
QB Reggie Everhart scored five TDs for the Trojans on two runs, two pick-sixes and a punt return. Lawon Blackwell and Norman also scored.

Mid. school tennis
Knox defeated Salisbury Academy 6-3 on Wednesday.
Singles winners for Knox were Lillie Rusher, Anna Grace Woolly, Quinnlan Watson, Meredith Burton and Gabby Fisher.
The team of Fisher/Alli Tuck won in singles.
Knox hosts West Rowan Middle today.

Mid. school softball
West Rowan won 3-2 against Southeast.
Ally Young drove in Tori Hester with the winning run. Young and Caylie Keller had two hits each. Hester struck out eight.

Coll. cross country
Catawba’s Abbie Adams was named the SAC women’s runner of the week. The freshman won the Elon Invitational 5k in 19:54 and led the Indians to second place.

College soccer
Catawba won 1-0 at Newberry on Wednesday.
Emily Davis scored after a free kick taken by Becky Frost.
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Catawba’s men’s team won 4-0 at Newberry on Wednesday.
Sam Boggs, Kenny Bonilla (Salisbury) and Kevin Scott scored goals, and the Indians tallied on a deflection for an own-goal.
Fouls played a key role in the game as Newberry recieved six yellow cards.

College volleyball
Catawba’s Erin Morant had 12 kills and eight blocks in a 20-25, 25-11, 25-18 and 25-17 victory against Winston-Salem State on Tuesday night at Goodman Gym.
Rachel Gallup had 11 kills and four blocks for the Indians (4-5).
Former Catawba star Andi Henderson coaches Winston-Salem State.

College tennis
Catawba’s women (1-0) won 9-0 over Winston-Salem State on Tuesday, with Liz Renteria, Maddie Henderson, Kristen Rocko, Lauren Sledd, Rachel Rudisill and Emily Corcoran winning singles matches.

Rockwell Christian
Senior Allison Miller had 12 kills and five aces in a 3-1 varsity volleyball win against Bible Baptist of Matthews.
Senior Abbie Hoehman had seven kills in a sweep of Cramerton.
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In jayvee volleyball, Rockwell Christian lost 2-0 to Bible Baptist and also lost 2-0 to Cramerton.
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Rockwell Christian’s soccer team won 6-0 against Bible Baptist.
Collin Teodorovici had three goals, Alex Miller had two, and Zachary Prater scored one.
In Rockwell Christian’s 6-0 win against Cramerton, Mason McDaniel scored three goals, and Teodorovici, Michael Hoehman and Alex Michael scored one apiece.

Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart’s varsity soccer team won 9-0 against North Hills.
Juan Salazar scored four goals, Ben Childress had two, while Cole Hansen, Sutton Webb and Sean Archer scored one each. Riley Dillon and Will Webb combined for the shutout.
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Sacred Heart’s varsity girls volleyball team won 21-25, 25-10 and 15-8 against North Hills. Marina Mueller and Hannah Smith led the Dolphins.
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Sacred Heart’s jayvee girls won 25-13 and 25-20 against Salisbury Academy. Sophia Malloy led the Dolphins.
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Sacred Heart’s girls tennis team lost to North Davie 5-4.
Sutton Webb and Caroline Clark won their singles matches for the Dolphins as well their doubles match. Sacred Heart’s Bree Whittington and Angelina Pierson won their doubles match.

Youth soccer
The FCCA U12 soccer team, the Green Dragons (2-0-0), won 4-3 against a regional opponent.
Scoring for the Dragons were Maddox Goodnight with three goals and Bennett Clark with one.
Controlling the midfield were Ben Childress and Christopher Portillo.

Local golf
The annual Bill Kesler Tournament will be held at Corbin Hills on Saturday at 2 p.m. Call 704-239-2951.
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The Corbin Hills women hosted their annual Member-Guest Tournament on Sept. 15.
The overall and First Flight winner was the team of Beth Calhoun and Lafonde Shepperson.
Taking second in the First Flight was the team of Kristi Laton and Patti Glassgow. Third went to the team of Azalee Story and Sharon Miller. The Second Flight was won by the team of Toni Iossi and Sandy Teubner. Second went to the team of Susan Wydner and Tammie Drew. Eileen Full and Susan Houston placed third.

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