High Schools roundup

High school roundup: Caudle, Brooks lead Fort Mill over York

March 27, 2013 

At Spring Lake Golf Club

Team scores: Fort Mill 160, York 165

Individual scores:

Fort Mill – Corey Caudle 39, Cory Brooks 39, Ryan Long 41, Graham Carter 41

York – Luke Lancaster 39, Logan Aggeles 41, Austin Hall 40, Stroud Baker 45, Chandler Sain 45

Track

At York

Girls: South Pointe 107, York 28

4 X 800 relay – South Pointe, 11:18.0; 4 X100 relay – South Pointe, 51.53; 4 X 400 relay – South Pointe, 4:36.0; 100m H – Kathryne Hurley (SP), 18.48; 100 – Orr (Y), 12.97; 200 – Ashley Jones (SP), 28.06; 400 – Rachael Brechbiel (SP), 1:04.5; 800 – Victoria Burdette (SP), 2:33.0; 1,600 – Olivia Paxton (SP) 5:46.0; 3200 – Victoria Burdette (SP) ,13:92.0; SP – Dastek (Y), 32’10”; D – Hannah Hart (SP), 91’ 5”; PV – Hannah Huskey (SP), 8’ 0”; HJ –Breana Davis (SP), 4’ 6”; LJ – Addison (Y) 15’ 5”; TJ – Maleacha Cousar (SP), 35’ 9”

Boys: South Pointe 90, York 50

4 X 800 relay – South Pointe, 8:55.0; 4 X100 relay– South Pointe, 44.47; 4 X 400 relay – South Pointe 3:40.0; 110m H – Moore (Y), 15.22; 400m H – Devin Pearson (SP), 1:00.1; 100 – Lee Wright (SP), 11.23; 200 – DaNeil Adams (SP), 24.04; 400 – Serhenry Miller (SP), 53.54; 800 – Terran Mosley (SP), 2:16.0; 1,600 – Loftin Bridges (SP), 4:51.0; 3,200 – Daniel Johnson (SP), 11:16.0; SP – Schrouder (Y) 46’ 2”; D – Schrouder (Y), 127’ 7”; PV – John Moore (SP), 9’ 6”; HJ – Hayes (Y), 6’ 0”; LJ – C.J. Pendergrass (SP), 20’ 11.5”; TJ – Hayes (Y), 43’.75”

Late Tuesday

Softball

Clover 8, Fort Mill 1: Elizabeth Edmunds tossed a complete game, and the Blue Eagles got ten hits to defeat the Yellow Jackets in Region 3-AAAA play.

Brittany Rhinehart and Blake Wallert had a pair of hits, while Marisa Harkey drove in four runs to lead the Clover attack.

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Kelly Finn and Cassie McInerney; Elizabeth Edmunds and Madison Tepfenhart. WP - Edmunds (8-2). LP - Finn. 2B - Hyatt Causby (FM), Emily Robinson (C). 3B - Brittany Rhinehardt (C). Leading Hitters - Fort Mill: Taylor Rayborn 2-3, RBI; Clover: Blake Wallert 2-4, RBI, Brittany Rhinehardt 2- 4, 3R, Marisa Harkey 1-3, 4RBI.

Records: Fort Mill 4-10, 2-6 in Region 3-AAAA; Clover 10-2, 7-0 in Region 3-AAAA.

Buford 9, Indian Land 8

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Kayla Price and Malya Flynn (visitor); Bailey and Courtney (home). WP - Bailey;LP - Kayla Price 2-6.

2B - Kayla Price, Katie Jowers . 3B - . HR. Leading Hitters - Adriana Wilson 3-4, Katie Jowers 3-5 2 RBI’s, Ally Whoy 2-5 2 RBI’s.

Records: 2-6.

Late Monday

Indian Land 15, Fairfield Central 0

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T Parnell and V Keller (visitor); Kayla Price and Malya Flynn (home). WP - Kayla Price 2-5; LP - T Parnell.

2B - Allie Yarborough, Katie Jowers, Kelsi Funk, Ally Whoy, Courtney Case, Adriana Wilson. 3B - Allie Yarborough. HR. Leading Hitters - T Parnell 1-2;Allie Yarborough 3-4, 1 RBI, Katie Jowers 3-4, 2 RBI’s.

Kayla Price 13K (strikeouts)

Boys Tennis

Clover 5, Fort Mill 1: The Blue Eagles won all five singles matches and defeated the Yellow Jackets in Region 3-AAAA action.

Singles: No. 1 - Andres Leon (C) def. Jay Karwatsky 6-1; No. 2 - Justin White (C) def. Tyler Haley 7-6 (3), 6-1; No. 3 - Patrick Smith (C) def. Luke Powell 6-3, 6-2; No. 4 - Rob Long (C) def. Billy Taylor 6-0, 3-6, 10-7; No. 5 - Garrett Smith (C) def. Sam Cauthen 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: No. 2 - Chandler Paff-Jack Cauthen (FM) def Thomas Summers-Holden McGill 6-2, 6-3.

Records: Clover 6-1 in Region 3-AAAA.

Rock Hill 4, York 3: The Bearcats won both doubles matches and claimed a come-from-behind win over the Cougars in Region 3-AAAA action.

Singles: No. 1 - C. Williams (RH) def. Doan 6-1, 6-1; No. 2 - Sharp (RH) def. Newberry 6-1, 6-3; No. 3 - Goforth (Y) def. Walker 6-3, 6-0; No. 4 - Patterson (Y) def. Patel 6-1, 7-6 (7-5); No. 5 - Rodenhauser (Y) def. Pharr 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles: No. 1 - C. Williams-Sharp(RH) def. Doan-Patterson 6-1,6-2; No. 2 - Horne-Brown (RH) def. Good-Wells 6-2,6-2.

Southlake 6, Westminster Catawba 3: Southlake won four singles matches and two doubles matches and toppled the Indians.

Singles: No. 1 - Robby Bundy (SL) def. Alan McDonald 6-1, 7-5; No. 2 - Kenon Bates (SL) def. Jay Simpson 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 - Josh Stowe (SL) def. Alan Nash 6-0, 6-1; No. 4 - Luke Watson (SL) def. Tripp Nichols 6-0, 6-4; No. 5 - Nate Casey (WCCS) def. Tyler Horne 6-1, 6-4; No. 6 - Ethan Start (WCCS) def. Kevin Phillips 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: No. 1 - Bundy-Bates (SL) def. McDonald-Simpson 8-1; No. 2 - Stowe-Watson (SL) def. Nash- Nichols 8-2; No. 3 - Landon Bagley-Josh Guo (WCCS) def. Horne-Phillips 8-4.

Boys Golf

South Pointe Invitational: Briar Herd led the South Pointe Stallions to a three-stroke victory over Spring Valley in the third annual South Pointe Invitational Golf Tournament at Pinetuck Golf Club.

Twelve teams participated in the event, played in cold and windy conditions, and only three golfers recorded an 89 or lower. Herd won the individual scoring title with a round of 40-35-75. Brennan Lipscomb of Great Falls was one stroke back. Cody Taylor was third at 79.

Northwestern finished third in the varsity division.

Girls Soccer

Clover 3, Fort Mill 0: The Clover Lady lue Eagles made the most of their few shots on goal and defeated the Yellow Jackets in a Region 3-AAAA match.

Brandi Cornelio recorded a shutout in goal for Clover. Fort Mill had eight shots on goal, while Clover mamaged only three.

Clover improved to 8-4-2 overall with the win, while Fort Mill fell to 10-3-1. Both teams have 5-2 records in Region 3-AAAA.

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER RANKINGS

BOYS CLASS AAAA

1. J .L. Mann 6-0

2. Wando 6-0

3. South Aiken 8-1

4. Northwestern 9-1

5. Nation Ford 6-1

6. Fort Mill 11-1

7. Lexington 8-2

8. Riverside 7-1-1

9. Wade Hampton (G) 6-1-1

10. Beaufort 6-1

11. Blythewood 5-3

12. Irmo 6-4

13. Dutch Fork 6-2

14. Summerville 5-3-1

15. Richland Northeast 7-3

GIRLS CLASS AAAA

1. Riverside 7-0-1

2. Mauldin 6-1-1

3. Lexington 9-1

4. Wando 3-1

5. Blythewood 10-1

6. T. L. Hanna 5-1-2

7. J. L. Mann 9-1

8. Dutch Fork 5-1-1

9. Dorman 5-1

10. South Aiken 8-2-1

11. Nation Ford 7-4

12. Northwestern 6-4

13. Fort Mill 9-2-1

14. West Ashley 5-3

15. Spring Valley 7-4

BOYS CLASS AAA

1. Myrtle Beach 7-1

2. Eastside 5-1-1

3. Socastee 8-1

4. Brookland-Cayce 5-1

5. Hilton Head Island 8-2

6. Dreher 8-2

7. Stall 8-2

8. St. James 6-3

9. Wren 6-1

10. Chapin 6-4-1

11. Greenville 4-1

12. Gilbert 7-2-1

13. A.C. Flora 6-3-1

14. Swansea 7-2-1

15. Hartsville 7-4

GIRLS CLASS AAA

1. Hilton Head Island 9-1

2. Eastside 4-1-1

3. A.C. Flora 6-0-2

4. Wren 8-0

5. Swansea 10-1

6. Brookland-Cayce 6-1-1

7. Camden 8-3

8. Dreher 8-3

9. Myrtle Beach 5-1

10. Airport 7-3

11. Greenville 5-3-1

12. Jms. Isle Charter 5-1-1

13. Chapin 5-5

14. Gilbert 3-3

15. Woodruff 5-5

BOYS CLASS AA

1. Academic Magnet 6-1-2

2. Bishop England 8-1-1

3. Indian Land 7-2

4. Waccamaw 5-3-2

5. Mid-Carolina 7-0

6. Ninety Six 7-2

7. Newberry 7-1

8. Andrew Jackson 6-3

9. Ridgeland-Hardeeville 7-2

10. Marion 7-2

GIRLS CLASS AA/A

1. Christ Church 5-0

2. Academic Magnet 11-1

3. Bishop England 8-3

4. Indian Land 6-2

5. Waccamaw 7-3

BOYS CLASS A

1. St. Joseph’s 6-1

2. Greenville Tech Charter 2-2-1

3. Christ Church 2-2

4. Blackville-Hilda 6-2

5. Ware Shoals 5-0

Basketball

National Champions: A pair of local players were members of the Louisburg Junior College womens’ basketball team that claimed the Nation Title this year.

York’s Brittney Merriweather and Chester’s Olivia Gaines played on the team, which defeated Mesa College of Colorado 75-65 for the title. Louisburg completed the season with a 32-3 record.

Middle School

Softball

Oakridge 22, Gold Hill 0

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