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Area Sports Briefs: Salisbury tennis wins again

From staff reports

THOMASVILLE — Salisbury’s tennis team won against East Davidson, 9-0, on Thursday to stay unbeaten.

The Hornets (16-0) clinched a tie for first in the  Central Carolina Conference, their 10th straight league crown, and are 101-0 in the league in the last nine seasons.

Roarke Burton, Ethan McGee, Jander Rodas-Palacios, Adam Drye, Sean Archer and Juan Salazar won singles matches.

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A.L. Brown cross country and track star Brandon Hernandez will sign this afternoon with UNC Greensboro.

Prep soccer

OAKBORO — Michelle Rivera got another shutout as South Rowan blanked West Stanly, 9-0, in a non-conference match on Thursday.

With West Davidson’s loss to Salisbury on Thursday, South (12-3, 10-2) moved into second place in the Central Carolina Conference.

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LEXINGTON — Salisbury remained undefeated with a 6-2 Central Carolina win at Lexington on Wednesday.

Julia Honeycutt and Freya Obermueller scored two goals each, and Carolina Cardelle and Ellen Simons scored  a goal each.

Simons had an exceptional game.

Prep softball

CONCORD — Madison Michael pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts as Cox Mill beat Carson, 5-1, on Thursday in non-conference action.

Michael also led the Chargers at the plate. She had a double and a triple and knocked in three runs.

Liza Simmerson’s double was the only hit for the Cougars. Maci Cooper scored Carson’s run.

Rylie Stewart pitched a complete game and fanned  six.

Prep baseball

Max Agnew and Andrew Tan combined for 13  strikeouts as Robinson beat Hopewell, 2-0 in Thurday’s non-conference game.

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