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Area Sports Briefs: Salisbury jayvees roll

Staff reports

Jayvee football
Salisbury won 20-3 against East Davidson on Thursday.
Griffin Myers had a big offensive game rushing and passing and had a number of completions to Joe Steinman and Will Taylor.
Cameron Gill topped 100 rushing yards. Tyrone Johnson scored two touchdowns.
Daveon Robinson and JoeJoe Fofana picked off passes.
Tevin Mullinax had Jalil Shabazz led the defense and had sacks.
Erixon Avilla kicked two PATs.
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Northwest Cabarrus won 30-13 against East Rowan on Thursday.
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Central Cabarrus won 34-6 against West Rowan on Thursday.
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Carson won 28-6 against South Rowan on Thursday.

Prep volleyball
Carson won 25-8, 25-18 and 25-12 at Northwest Cabarrus to stay one game behind undefeated Cox Mill in the SPC race.
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West Rowan lost to East Rowan 25-22, 25-16, 22-25 and 25-17.
Hitting leader for the Falcons was Hannah Moseley with 10 kills. Mady Myers, Taylor Quinn and Braelyn Faust added five each.
Defensive leaders were Taylor Martin with 33 digs, Savannah Cline with 19, and Khara Fesperman with 16.
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East Rowan will play at Salisbury on Monday in the Hornet’s annual Dig Pink Game.
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East Rowan lost 25-20, 25-23, 21-25 and 25-21 to Robinson in SPC volleyball on Thursday.
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South Rowan lost 14-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-15 and 15-13 to Hickory Ridge in SPC volleyball on Thursday.
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Salisbury stayed a game behind West Davidson in the CCC race by beating Thomasville 25-8, 25-12 and 25-23 on Thursday.
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North Rowan lost 25-16, 21-25, 25-22 and 25-23 to East Davidson in CCC action on Thursday.
Aliyah Farmer had 16 kills for the Cavaliers.
Makala Lytton and Bil’lizah Connor had 10 kills each. Chevy Blaire had seven kills. Brianna White had 31 assists for the Cavaliers.

Prep soccer
Kaleb Isenhour scored on a penalty kick for West Rowan in an 8-1 loss to Central Cabarrus on Thursday.
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Colin Noone and Griffin Kent scored for Cox Mill in a 2-0 SPC win against Concord.
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Carson stayed tied for first with Cox Mill by beating South Rowan 6-1.
German Delgado scored for South Rowan. Casey Ayala had an assist. Cameron Corriher made 13 saves.

Prep tennis
South Rowan won 5-4 against Robinson on Thursday.
Singles
(1) Emma Coggins (R) d. Cierra Hunter 6-2, 6-2
(2) Maria Pereira (R) d. Mariah Mason 6-3, 6-1
(3) Kaitlyn McCombs (SR) d. Chayenne Downs 6-2, 6-4
(4) Marissa Sides (SR) d. Lyndy Hawk 6-2, 6-0
(5) Kristen Minehart (SR) d. Alexa Scott 6-2, 6-2
(6) Raymonde Council (R) d. Jamie Minehart 6-7, 6-3, (10-6)
Doubles
(1) Coggins-Pereira (R) d. Hunter-Mason 10-3
(2) McCombs-Sides (SR) d. Downs-Emely 10-4
(3) South won by forfeit

Local golf
The Corbin Hills Women’s Golf Association played their annual two-day Judy Cristman Fall Championship.
The winner was Kristi Laton. Second in the Championship Flight was Beth Calhoun. Mary Seaford finished third.
Eileen Full won the Second Flight, with Sheryl Johnson second, and Norma Burgess third.

College football
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association has been made aware of an alleged violation related to the eligibility of a Bowie State football student-athlete.
The conference office is working with the institution during its fact-inding process. Upon completion of the investigation, the CIAA will respond.
During this due-process time period, the student-athlete in question has been ruled ineligible for intercollegiate participation and competition by Bowie State.
Currently, Bowie State’s record stands at 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference.
Bowie State will host Chowan (4-1 overall, 2-0 CIAA) Saturday at 4 p.m.

College soccer
Catawba’s men’s soccer team suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to Queens in South Atlantic Conference action at Frock Field. The lone goal came in the 95th minute of the first overtime period by Queens’ Corey Brown.
Each team moves to 4-6 overall and 2-4 in conference.
Phillip Hollenhorst scored on a PK for the Indians.
Catawba will look to bounce back against Carson Newman on Saturday at 1 p.m.

College volleyball
Livingstone won 25-22, 25-8 and 25-19 against Johnson C. Smith on Thursday at Brayboy Gym.
Livingstone got 17 kills from Lareecia Swiney. Steveen Cotton had 30 assists. Shantell Billups had seven digs and six aces.

Mid. school softball
West Rowan Middle won 14-10 against Southeast.
Allison Ennis, Kaylin Dowling and Tori Hester had four hits each for the Bulldogs. Ally Young had three hits. Taylor Poole had two hits.
Hester struck out eight.

Mid. school tennis
Knox defeated Corriher-Lipe 8-1 on Thursday, 8-1. Singles winners were Lillie Rusher, Anna Grace Woolly, Quinnlan Watson, Elle Kennedy, Meredith Burton and Gabby Fisher.
Doubles winners were Alli Tuck/Natalie Lusk and Ayanna Peek/Juliana Rand.
Knox will play at China Grove on Monday.

Hurley YMCA
Register at the J.F. Hurley YMCA or online at www.rowanymca.org.
Contact Jesse Byrd at 704-738-5134.
Little Shooters Basketball
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Girls Basketball
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