High School Roundup

May 6, 2013 

Girls Soccer

Indian Land 8, Governors’ School 0: Shalyn Dougherty led the third-ranked Warriors’ offense with three goals and one assist in a Class AA playoffs opening-round win over the Eagles on Monday. Katherine Kilroy added a pair of goals and handed out one assist.

Indian Land, who led 5-0 at intermission, also got goals from Kriistin Carpenter, Babs Marshall, and Maddison Byerly. Kayla Groll and Emma Gladu also had assist for Indian Land as they improved to 12-4 on the year.

Indian Land had 38 shots on goal, while the Governor’s School managed only two. Isabella Maia recorded a pair of saves in the shutout.

Indian Land will face Andrew Jackson at 6 p.m. at home on Wednesday.


Lewisville 6, Lamar 4: The Lions scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning to break a tie and earn a Class A playoff win over the Silver Foxes.

Evan Fisk picked up the win for the Lions with a complete game. He struck out four and walked none.

Obbie Sardui and Qua Walls had two hits and one one run batted in each to pace Lewisville on offense. All six of Lewisville’s runs were unearned.

The Lions will play their next game on Wednesday on the road against an opponent to be determined.


WP - Evan Fisk. LP - Alex Dorriety

Leading hitter: Lewisville - Obbie Sardui 2-3, RBI; Qua Walls 2-4 RBI. Lamar - Cole Bennett 2-3, 2 RBI; Phatcher Gore 1-3, 2 RBI.

Records: Lewisville 19-9

Boys Golf

Upper State Tournament: South Pointe was one of eight upper state teams to qualify for the Class AAAA State Tournament next week by virtue of a sixth place finish on Monday at Willow Creek Golf Club in Greer.

In addition to the entire South Pointe team moving on to the next round, Rock Hill’s Coble Panetti carded a 74 to qualify as an individual for next week’s two day tournament at Furman Golf Club in Greenville.

The Stallions shot a team score of 305, which was only 11 strokes off the lead. Clover, Nation Ford, and Fort Mill also competed in the tournament, but failed to qualify for the tournament next week.

Easley was the top team in Monday’s tournament with a team score of 294. Boiling Springs, Byrnes, Gaffney, and T. L. Hanna completed the top five. After South Pointe, Riverside and Spring Valley rounded out the top eight teams.

South Pointe (305) - Cody Taylor 74, Briar Herd 75, Wyatt Reid 77, Chris Taylor 79.

Clover (318) - Harrison Parrish 77, Andrew White 79, Aaaron Harvell 81, Spencer Walker 81.

Fort Mill (327) - Cory Brooks 75, Ryan Long 82, Corey Caudle 85, Andrew Blum 85.

Nation Ford (337) - John Neal 81, Jack Burson 84, Corey Verhage 86, Will Howell 86.

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