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Area Sports Briefs: Davie baseball edges Carson

From staff reports
Davie County won 6-5 at Carson in non-conference baseball on Monday.
Davie (7-1) led 6-0 going to the bottom of the sixth. Carson (6-2) got five runs in the sixth and had the bases loaded in the seventh.
Craig Colbourne went 3-for-3, homered and drove in four runs for the War Eagles (7-1).
Paul Davenport had three hits for Davie.
Tyler Roberts was the winning pitcher.
Owen White and Ryan Bearden had two hits each for Carson.
Caleb Hall took the loss. Brandon Newton, Bearden and Brandon Mock also pitched for Carson.
The Greater Cabarrus Stallions improved to 11-2 with a doubleheader sweep of CATA on Monday.
In an 11-4 win, Hunter Shepherd hit a grand slam and drove in seven runs.
Seth Cauble and Tyler Hartsell had two hits each. Clay Pinion drove in 2 runs.
Cameron Wallace was the winning pitcher.
The Stallions won the second game 10-3.
Hartsell had two hits and four RBIs. Noah Jarrett had a two-run double and pitched four scoreless innings. AJ Knight pitching the final 3 innings.

Prep softball
West Rowan won 7-4 against Davie in non-conference softball in Mount Ulla on Monday.
Peyton Greene was the winning pitcher.
Parker Greene homered, drove in two runs and scored three.
Morgan Corriher had two RBIs, while Savannah Cline and Khara Fesperman had one each. Taylor Martin had two hits.
Makenzie Smith had two hits for the War Eagles.

Prep soccer
Salisbury stayed undefeated with a 5-0 win against North Stanly on Monday.
Scoring for the Hornets were Katie Bullock, Kayla Honeycutt, Julia Honeycutt, Shelby Holden, and freshman Olivia Dagenhart. It was the first goal of the season for Holden and the first career goal for Dagenhart.
Holden had two assists. Bullock and Mann had one each. Juliana Anderson had the shutout in goal. Also playing well for the Hornets were Lila Harry and Rainey Dunham.
“The girls played very unselfishly, working to get some less experienced offensive players looks at the goal,” Salisbury coach Matt Parrish said.
Salisbury out-shot North Stanly 28-1 and had a 12-0 advantage on corners. Next for the Hornets is a match at Ledford Tuesday.
Gray Stone defeated Pine Lake Prep 5-2 on Monday.
Laurie Fogleman had two goals. Kelsey Kiser had a goal and two assists. Annie Habeeb and Kate Sullivan ha goals Alex Disser and Roni Boss shined defensively for the Knights (7-0).
Gray Stone travels to Rock Hill to play York Prep on Wednesday at 5 p.m.

Prep tennis
East Rowan won 9-0 against Carson on Monday to stay undefeated.
Singles winners for the Mustangs were Ike Emerson, Chance Brown, Roberty Gray, Addison Fry, Nikolas Pillsbury and Zakk Perdue.
Salisbury’s tennis team won 9-0 against Thomasville on Monday.
The Hornets haven’t lost a CCC match since 2009.
Salisbury (8-0) got singles wins from Spencer Storey, Hunter Carlton, David Derrick, Matt Sukkasem, Roarke Burton and William McGee. Doubles winners were Storey/Derrick, Carlton/Sukkasem and Burton/Adam Drye.
Salisbury hosts West Davidson on Wednesday.

Prep golf
East Rowan won Monday’s SPC match at Cabarrus Country Club with a 153 total.
Other scores were Hickory Ridge (161), Concord (164), Robinson (165), Carson (178), South Rowan (187), Cox Mill 9188), NW Cabarrus (190), West Rowan (199) and Central Cabarrus (204).
Scorers for East were Bryson Sprinkle (36), Logan Shuping (37), Nick Lyerly (38) and Ben Rollins (42).
Concord’s Stephen Carroll tied Sprinkle for medalist honors with a 36, and Walker Cress shot 37.
Leading Carson with 43s were Zain Tucker and Robert Bauer. Patrick Street shot 45, and Tristan McDaniel shot 47.
Parker Chavis shot 39 for South, while Andrew Hubbard shot 40.
Davis Tadlock’s 45 led West Rowan.

Hurricanes tryouts
Rowan Hurricanes AAU basketball will hold 7th-grade boys tryouts on Thursday, March 24, from 5:30-730 p.m. Tryouts are at Christ United Methodist Church, 3401 Mooresville Road, in Salisbury.
Contact coach Marcus White at 704-490-5844 or coach TanUnika Imes at 704-433-5583. More information is at Ballcharts.com/rowanhurricane.



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