Area Sports Briefs: Salisbury soccer wins

Published 12:55 am Tuesday, April 26, 2016

From staff reports
Salisbury’s girls soccer team romped at Thomasville, 7-0, on Monday.
Salisbury (16-2-1, 6-2 CCC) got goals from Kathryn Rusher (on a free kick), Emily Mann, Maria Capito, Ceci Cardelle, Katie Bullock, Giselle Nieto and Mary Kaufmann.
It was the first goal of the season for Nieto and the first career tally for Kaufmann, a sophomore in her first season with the team.
Salisbury got assists from Cardelle, Olivia Dagenhart, Kaufmann (also her first career assist), Julia Honeycutt and Rainey Dunham.
Juliana Anderson secured the shutout in goal for SHS.
Salisbury got excellent play from Rusher, Nellie Brown and Bethanie Stauffer.
Up next for Salisbury is a rematch at West Davidson on Wednesday. Game time is 6 p.m.
Gray Stone
Gray Stone won 6-4 against Union Academy in Monroe on Monday.
Kate Sullivan led the Knights with four goals.
Kelsey Kiser had two assists and a goal. Laurie Fogleman had an assist and a goal, Ronnie Boss and Wesley Harrington each had assists.
Ivy Overcash had 12 saves. The Knights (15-0) play Wednesday against South Stanly at home.

Prep tennis
Salisbury qualified its top six players for regional competition at Monday’s CCC tournament in Lexington.

Prep baseball
The Greater Cabarrus Stallions won twice on the opening day of the Homeschool world series in Auburndale Fla.
The Stallions defeated Jackson, Miss, 10-2.
Dalton Lankford, Clay Pinion and Hunter Shepherd had three hits. Caleb Threadgill and Sawyer Strickland had two hits each.
Camron Wallace pitched four innings for the win and got relief help from Pinion and Lankford.
The Stallions defeated Spring, Texas, 6-4.
Shepherd and Camron Wallace had two hits each. McConner Wallace won in relief, allowing on run in three innings. The Stallions (24-5) will continue play in Florida today.

Mid. school soccer
Sacred Heart won 3-0 against North Hills.
The Eagles were held to two shots on goal.
Elizabeth Jones made 15 saves for North Hills.
Caroline Clark had the shutout for Sacred Heart.
North Hills won 4-1 against Salisbury Academy.
Morgan Trexler scored three goals for the Eagles, and Ashley Mays had a goal and two assists. Abigail Zunk and Anna Teague had assists.
Jones made 15 saves.

College golf
Livingstone’s Philip Harrison qualified to compete in the Division II Atlantic/East Super Regional Golf Tournament May 2 – 4 at Timber Banks Golf Club in Baldwinsville, N.Y.

College tennis
Queens won the SAC men’s and women’s championships.

College lacrosse
Catawba specialist Connor Eakes made first team All-SAC.
Midfielder Josh Reedy and keeper Ryan Applegate made second team.

Local golf
McCanless Ladies Golf Association Spring Handicap Tournament results:
• Overall Net Winner: Treva Honeycutt
• 1st Flight Low Gross Winner: Sharon Miller
• 1st Flight Low Net Winner: Mary Seaford
• 2nd Flight Low Gross Winner: Susan Houston
• 2nd Flight Low Net Winner: Tammie Drew