All-Region 3 soccer teams announced; Lewisville athletes sign scholarships; Fort Mill lax player named All-American

May 9, 2013 

From staff reports

All-Region 3 soccer announced

All-Region 3 soccer teams were released Thursday for boys and girls. Northwestern swept the awards with Austin Newman and Dom Wren earning boys Player and Coach of the Year and Lauren Watts and Cesar Robles earning girls Player and Coach of the Year.

Girls

Northwestern- Lauren Watts, Madeline Ramsey, Helena Moore, Whitney Hunt, Cara Pennington

Fort Mill- Bailey Rich, Bonnie Holloman, Cassidy Parker, Samantha Whitley

Clover- Sam Prytulak, Samantha Pantuosco, Naomi Matley

Nation Ford- Emma Schearer, Carly Long

Lancaster- Francis Whitesides

South Pointe- Cameron Davis

Rock Hill- Madison Norman

York- Lena Patrick

Boys

Northwestern- Patrick Raad, Julian Welborn, Austin Newman, Erwin Salazar, Conner Moore

Fort Mill- David Allmendinger, Jason Hirsch, Mason Jackson, Hunter Stricklin

Nation Ford- David Parks, Austin Huddy, Wyatt Knox

South Pointe- Cody Rebh, Josh Reid

Rock Hill- Pablo Arzaluz, Charles Coulson

Clover- Pierce Sutton

York- Buddy Anderson

Lancaster- Jaden Driggers

Lewisville athletes sign with colleges

Five Lewisville High School students signed athletic scholarships this past week.

Qua Walls, the Lions’ football quarterback this past fall, will play pigskin at Limestone University’s program, which begins play in 2014.

Wade Wilson won’t venture too far from home as he signed to play soccer at USC Lancaster, while Madison Ramsey will play volleyball at Spartanburg Methodist College. Ramsey was a Class A All-State selection for Lewisville this past season. Katie Sudol will join Ramsey at Spartanburg Methodist, but will play soccer for the Pioneers.

Justin Cooper will play football at Presbyterian College. Cooper was a standout offensive lineman for the Lions.

Fort Mill lacrosse player named Honorable Mention All-American

Fort Mill lacrosse player Victoria Richardson has added another accolade to her cabinet when she was named an Honorable Mention All-American Wednesday by US Lacrosse. Richardson was named South Carolina’s girls Attacker of the Year by the South Carolina High School Lacrosse Coaches Association late last month.

Richardson and fellow Yellow Jacket Caroline Lewis were also named All-Academic by US Lacrosse.

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