Area Sports Briefs: Stallions win 4th straight
From staff reports
The Greater Cabarrus Stallions scored four runs in the sixth and won 5-4 on Thursday against the Carolina Royals.
Tyler Hartsell hit a two-run homer in the sixth. He had two hits and three RBIs.
AJ Knight had a solo homer, while Hunter Shepherd had 2 doubles.
Noah Jarrett and Knight combined on a five-hittere, with Knight picking up the win.
The Stallions (4-0) play at Salisbury on Monday.
Dylan Goodman (South Rowan) hit his first college homer for Pfeiffer in a win against Winston-Salem State.
Augusta’s Keshun Sherrill (West Rowan) scored 24 points in a 90-86 OT win against USC Aiken on Wednesday.
The Catawba Indians won a dramatic season-opening women’s lacrosse game, claiming a 12-11 overtime win over visiting Belmont Abbey on Thursday afternoon at Shuford Stadium.
Nicolette Salay notched the winning goal with 48 seconds left in the second overtime period. The Crusaders fell to 1-2.
Guilford’s Amy Steller (Davie) scored 15 points in an 86-67 win against Randolph-Macon in the quarterfinals of the ODAC tournament.
Erwin’s girls beat North Rowan Middle 47-23.
Colbie Perry had 19 points and six rebounds. Carleigh Perry had nine points and 13 rebounds.
Jenna Robinson scored six points. Lani Isley had five points and a number of steals for the Eagles (10-0).
The South Rowan Y is accepting registrations for coed soccer in grades K-8 and Flag Football for grades Pre-k – 8.
Registration is through March 21.
Registration for Mighty Kickers soccer clinic, ages 3-5, is March 14 – April 15.
Girls middleschool volleyball for grades 6-8 is open now through March 2.
For more information, contact Carvie Kepley at 704-857-7011, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kannapolis Komets Girls Basketball Club will hold tryouts for a 5th-7th grade girls team this Saturday at Kannapolis Middle School from 1-3 p.m.
Contact coach Doug Wilson at 800-230-8819 for any information needed.
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