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Area Sports: West, South volleyball win again

From staff reports

West Rowan’s volleyball team stayed undefeated with a 25-6, 20-25, 25-16 and 25-21 at Carson in Thursday’s North Piedmont Conference action.

Tori Hester had 27 kills, 20 digs and three blocks for the Falcons (15-0, 4-0).

KK Dowling had 13 kills, 13 digs and three blocks.

Emma Gusler had eight kills. Carly Stiller had eight kills and two blocks.

Brooke Kennerly had 19 digs. Ashlee Ennis had 15 digs. Allison Ennis had 53 assists and 22 digs.


South Rowan won 25-17, 25-22 and 25-5 against North Davidson in Central Carolina Conference action on Thursday.

Payton Black had 16 digs. Kira Rymer had 11 digs, 15 assists and 22 kills. Anna Rymer had five aces, 14 kills and 21 assists for the Raiders (15-1, 12-0). Ashlyn Faw had eight digs.

HS boys soccer

West Rowan won against Bunker Hill 4-0 on Thursday.

Joseph Turcios, Salvador Bautista, Federico Cruz and Brian Gutierrez scored goals for the Falcons.

Michael Leon had two assists. Aleksis Suarez and John Ferguson had one each.

Jose Elizalde made two saves and had the shutout.

Local golf

The Club at Irish Creek will be hosting the first stage of PGA Korn Ferry   qualifying school on Oct. 1-4.

Salisbury resident Frank Adams will be in the field.

JV football

Carson’s jayvees romped 46-0 against North Iredell on Thursday.

Jordan Galarza had three rushing touchdowns.

Hunter Burris threw two TD passes to Emory Taylor, including a 67-yard connection. Taylor also had a scoring run.

Weston Lee made two interceptions. Gunnar Michael had one.


Bronson Hunt had  a 23-yard scoring run for South Rowan in Thursday’s 37-6 loss to North Davidson.


Salisbury pounded Lexington 34-8 on Thursday.

Reed Fugle had a rushing touchdown and two 2-point conversions and threw two TD passes to Jayden Gibson.

Jeremiah Booker and Johnai Rippy had rushing TDs.

Amario Hutley had an interception.

Anthony Dodd blocked a punt and had two sacks.

JV volleyball

South Rowan lost to North Davidson on Thursday 25-17 and 25-23.

Kali Nelson had six kills for the Raiders. Emma Owens had 10 assists. Ava Huffman had five kills.


West Rowan won against Carson 25-7 and 25-16 on Thursday.


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