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Girls high school sports: Soccer and softball roundup for Friday

Friday’s soccer

Carson rolled against South Rowan in a non-conference matchup.

The Cougars (4-3) won 9-0 against the Raiders (2-5).

Hannah Isley and Sydney Borst scored two goals each. Estefani Perez-Vega, Taylor Conrad, Lindsey Conrad, and Kate Carter scored one goal for the Cougars.

Friday’s softball

West Rowan pummeled South Iredell in a North Piedmont Conference road game, 18-0.

Whitley Arnott and Taylor Walton combined on the shutout and struck out 12 for the Falcons (6-1, 2-0).

Kenadi Spoul went 3-for-3 and scored three runs. Walton hit a three-run homer. Arnott had three RBIs. Hannah Pratt and Hannah Roberts had two hits each, while Allison Ennis drove in two.

West is playing a home game this afternoon at 1 p.m. against Grove City, Ohio.

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Carson edged East Rowan in a North Piedmont Conference game, 4-3, on Sierra Ratliff’s walk-off single.

Kary Hales stayed hot at the plate for the Cougars (5-3, 2-0) with three hits. Kaitlyn Honeycutt had two extra-base hits. Liza Simmerson drove in two runs. Winning pitcher Katie Jewell had three hits.

Haley Strange homered for the Mustangs (3-3, 0-2). Maddie Trexler smacked two doubles.

Carson is scheduled to play at home this afternoon against Cox Mill.

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South Rowan got its first win by pounding Lexington in a three-inning Central Carolina Conference game, 17-2.

Anna Blume smashed three doubles and drove in five runs for the Raiders (1-6, 1-5).

Madison McGuire and Ashlyn Plott scored three runs. Courtney Mullins had three RBIs. Kali Thompson knocked in two. McKinley Faw was the winning pitcher.

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The bright spot for Salisbury in a 10-0 CCC loss to East Davidson   in six innings was seven strikeouts by pitcher Ellen Yang.

Salisbury (1-6, 0-5) didn’t get any hits against East Davidson pitcher Maci Campbell.

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A.L. Brown and Central Cabarrus, two of the top teams in the South Piedmont Conference, split a high-scoring doubleheader.

After losing 9-6, the Wonders (6-2, 5-2) took a 9-5 decision, with Sam Holman and Madison Daniels getting three hits each. Catawba signee Riley Tucker had a big offensive day for the Vikings.

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Davie County lost to West Forsyth in Central Piedmont Conference action, 7-2. Emma Patterson stood out for the War Eagles (4-3, 1-1) with three hits and two RBIs.

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