Area Sports Briefs: All-SPC soccer led by Correll, Corriher, Winchip
From staff reports
Carson’s Colton Correll was announced as the South Piedmont Conference Player of the Year for boys soccer on Sunday.
Carson’s Ryan Winchip is the SPC Coach of the Year.
The SPC Keeper of the Year is South Rowan’s Cameron Corriher.
Carson’s All-SPC picks in addition to Correll are Ricky Maldonado, Pedro Perez, Danny Nava and Khalid Myers.
South Rowan’s All-SPC players are Corriher and Luis Delgado.
The rest of the All-SPC team: Cox Mill’s Griffin Kent, Adam Roach and Colin Noone; Concord’s Esteban Clemente, Eli Goodman and Imer Avila; Robinson’s Justin Walforth, Matt Hawkins and Marcos Perez; Northwest Cabarrus’ Memo Pacheco, Brandon Esparza and Victor Melo and Hickory Ridge’s Weeb Isaac.
A.L. Brown is scheduled to open the basketball season tonight against Salisbury at Bullock Gym.
It’s a quadruple-header with the jayvee girls kicking things off at 4:15 p.m.
The varsity girls game is expected to start at 6:45 p.m.
Augusta’s Keshun Sherrill (West Rowan) scored 34 points on Sunday in an 87-83 loss to Mount Olive.
Sherrill received a commemorative signature basketball for surpassing 1,000 points for his career on Saturday.
Shay Steele (West Rowan) had 17 points for Morehead State in a 59-57 loss to Miami (Ohio).
Kelly Dulkoski (Carson) scored seven points for Kennesaw State in a 65-53 win against Western Carolina.
Signers that the Post has been contacted about:
• Hunter Shepherd, Cabarrus Stallions, Catawba baseball
• Grace Yatawara, Salisbury, East Carolina golf
• Zachary Marchinko, Carson, Charlotte track and field and cross country
• Taylor Martin, West Rowan, Catawba softball
• Morgan Hester, Carson, Catawba volleyball
• Bryan Ketchie, West Rowan, Catawba baseball
• Brandon Mock, Carson, Guilford baseball
• Logan Shuping, East Rowan, East Carolina golf
• Brittany Small, East Rowan, Liberty track and field
• Josie Heglar, West Rowan, Western Carolina track and field and cross country
• Hunter Carlton, Salisbury, Mars Hil tennis
In a Captain’s Choice at McCanless on Sunday, Scott Perry, Brodie Perry and Calvin Smith took first place. Jay Crane, Azalee Story and Mary Seaford took second.
The longest putt winner was Brodie Perry.
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