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Area Sports Briefs: Salisbury jayvee football wins

From staff reports
Jabril Norman had touchdown runs of 65, 45 and 9 yards and led Salisbury’s jayvee football team to a 34-13 win against West Davidson on Thursday.
Tyrone Johnson had an 11-yard scoring run for the Hornets, while Blaine Shellhorn had a 3-yard scoring burst.
Luke Holland kicked four PATs. Elijah De la Rosa and Jaiwan Poole intercepted passes.
• North Rowan’s jayvees lost to Thomasville, 40-14.
Quintous Smith had two touchdowns for the Cavaliers. He rushed 13 times for 115 yards.
Malcolm Wilson rushed 15 times for 120 yards.
• Christian Reynolds had a 5-yard scoring run for a touchdown in South Rowan’s 44-6 loss to Hickory Ridge.
• Cameron Graham threw a touchdown pass to Elijah Graham in West Rowan’s 21-6 loss to Cox Mill.
• D’Andre Wilkerson and A.J. Jackson scored two TDs apiece in Carson’s 42-27 loss to Hickory Ridge.
Wilkerson had touchdowns of 31 and 10 yards, while Jackson found the end zone from 9 and 2 yards out.
Juan Espinoza kicked three PATs.

Prep soccer
Hickory Ridge topped Carson, 3-2, on a late goal.
Khalid Myers and Raunel Vasquez scored goals for Carson. Braxton Rogers and Grayson Owens were standouts.
Cox Mill beat West Rowan, 6-0, to finish the regular season with a 21-1-1 record.
Zack Savage had two goals. Colin Noone, Taylor Silman, Ian Krebs and Lucas Upton had one each.
Robinson won, 5-0, against South Rowan.
Northwest Cabarrus topped Concord, 3-2.

Prep volleyball
Hickory Ridge swept Kings Mountain, a No. 2 seed, in the second round of the 3A state playoffs.
Cox Mill swept Cuthbertson.
In the third round, Hickory Ridge will take on North Iredell. Cox Mill will play Hickory.
In the 4A playoffs, Davie County was swept at Providence.
In the 2A playoffs, Brevard beat West Davidson 25-14, 25-15, 25-18.

Prep tennis
State individual tournaments will be held today and Saturday.
West Rowan’s Payton Holt is competing in the 3A tournament in Burlington, while Salisbury’s Maria Capito is in the 2A event in Cary.

Local golf
Jonathon Waller recorded a hole-in-one on the 145-yard No. 3 hole at Warrior on Thursday.
Waller used a 9-iron to record his first career ace.
Kelly Moss and Matt Klug witnessed the shot.
The sixth annual Debbie Barrier Plummer Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Corbin Hills on Nov. 5.
Lunch is at noon. The shotgun start is at 1 p.m.
The format is Captain’s Choice. Cost is $200 per four-player team. Contact Perry Von Cannon at 704-642-7468 or Corbin Hills at 704-636-0672 to enter.

Mid. school football
Southeast 7th-grade awards:
Offensive MVP — Hunter Burris
Defensive MVP — Austin Cook



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