High school sports roundup: Fort Mill takes South Pointe in tennis

Staff reportsMarch 22, 2013 

The Fort Mill Yellow Jackets won four singles matches and one doubles match and topped South Pointe 5-1 in a Region 3-AAAA match-up on Thursday afternoon.


No. 1 - Jay Karwatsky (FM) def. Jakob Heuchkter 6-2, 6-4; No. 2 - Tyler Haley (FM) def. Conner McCoy 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 - Luke Powell (FM) def. Jonathan Hoover 6-1, 6-3; No. 4 - Preston Darby (SP) def. Billy Taylor 2-6, 6-4, 10-4; No. 5 - Sam Cauthen (FM) def. Matthew Mullis 6-0, 6-0.


No. 2 - Chandler Paff-Jack Cauthen (FM) def. Gannon Cline-Dimitry Riddle 6-0, 6-1.

Records: Fort Mill 4-2

York 5, Northwestern 1: The York Cougars won four singles matches and one doubles match to claim a Region 3-AAAA win over the Northwestern Trojans.


No. 1 - Myles White (N) def. Terry Doan 3-6, 6-7 (4), 10-2, No. 2 - Patrick Newberry (Y) def. Trey Helms 6-2, 6-2, No. 3 - Matthew Goforth (Y) def. Elliott Goodwin 6-0, 6-1, No. 4 - Daniel Patterson (Y) def. Andrew Warren 6-3, 6-0, No. 5 - Colin Rodenhauser (Y) def. Gage Thomas 6-2, 6-2.


No. 2 - Cameron Good-Christian Wells (Y) def. Sully Foy-Chase Harrington 6-2, 6-7 (2), 10-7.

Girls Soccer

Indian Land 4, Andrew Jackson 1: The Indian Land Lady Warriors scored three goals in the second half to take a 4-1 win over Andrew Jackson in Region 3-AA action.

Katherine Kilroy led the way with one goal and two assists for Indian Land, which led 1-0 at intermission.

Jae Cooney, Babs Marshall and Shalyn Dougherty each had one goal for the Lady Warriors, who outshot Andrew Jackson 18-6. Isabella Maia worked in the goal for Indian Land and had three saves.

The win improved the fourth-ranked Lady Warriors to 6-2.

Boys Soccer

Lewisville 2, Westminster Catawba 1: Alex Castro and Eber Centeno each scored a goal and led the Lewisville Lions to a 2-1 win over the Westminster Catawba Indians.

The Indians lone goal was scored by senior Charlie Westbrook, who was assisted by Sam Marshall.

Westminster Catawba’s goalkeeper was Jackson Osborn. He recorded four saves.

Records: Westminster Catawba 1-5, Lewisville 2-4

Middle School Softball

Oakridge 11, Springfield 1



Lewisville 23, Ridge View 9: Lewisville spotted Ridge View a 9-3 lead and roared back for a 23-9 road victory.

Chloe Thomas picked up the win, while Stacie Ernandez, Haley Love, Callie Murphy, and Brooke Love each had four hits for Lewisville.

Lewisville 23, Ridge View 9

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WP - Chloe Thomas (2-0). 2B - Haley Love, Tamya Davis (L), Ebbert, Clamp (RV). 3B - Stacie Ernandez (L), Taylor, Hough (RV).

Leading hitters - Lewisville: Stacie Ernandez 3-5, 4 RBI, Haley Love 3-4, 2 RBI, Callie Murphy 3-5, 2 RBI, Brooke Love 3-5, 2RBI; Ridge View: Stone 2-3, Clamp 3-5.

Records: Lewiville 6-0, Ridge View 2-4.

Indian Land 11, Cheraw 1: Kayla Price pitched a complete game and Indian Land collected fourteen hits in an 11-1 win over Cheraw.

Price helped her own cause with a home run and a two runs batted in, while Allie Yarborough added three hits for Indian Land.

Indian Land 11, Cheraw 1

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Butler and Polison; Kayla Price and Malya Flynn. WP - Kayla Price (1-4); LP - Butler.

2B - Savannah Bean. 3B - Katie Jowers. HR - Kayla Price.

Leading hitters - Cheraw: Butler; Indian Land: Allie Yarborough 3-4, Kayla Price 3-4, 2 RBI.

Records: Indian Land 1-4.

Girls Soccer

Indian Land 8, York 0: The fourth-ranked Indian Land Lady Warriors built a 6-0 halftime lead and cruised to an easy win over York in non-region action.

Shalyn Dougherty led the way by scoring three goals and handing out one assist. Babs Marshall added one goal and a pair of assists to the attack.

Kristin Carpenter, Hannah McCain, Raquel Addamo and Maddison Byerley each had one goal for Indian Land. Kayla Groll and Katherine Kilroy each had an assist.

Indian Land had 25 shots on goal, while York had only two. The win improved Indian Land to 5-2 on the year.

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