High school roundup

High school roundup: Rock Hill beats Clover in Region 3-AAAA volleyball

October 16, 2013 

Volleyball

Rock Hill 3, Clover 1: Fifth-ranked Rock Hill won the last two games and got a win over Clover in Region 3-AAAA action.

Score: 25-21, 18-25, 25-10, 25-8

Leading players: Rock Hill: Sutton Alexander, Ashley Williams.

South Pointe 3, York 0: South Pointe won all three games to grab a win over York in Region 3-AAAA play.

Score: 25-10, 25-17, 25-15

Leading players: York: Mattie Ballard, 5 kills, 9 digs; Taylr Sharp, 9 kills; Noran Childers, 8 digs.

JV volleyball

Northwestern 2, Nation Ford 0

Rock Hill 2, Clover 0

9th grade volleyball

Northwestern 2, Nation Ford 0

Girls Tennis

Clover 5, Rock Hill 1: Clover won four singles matches and a doubles match to defeat South Pointe in Region 3-AAAA play.

Singles: No. 1: Anna Sharp (RH) def. Harriet Hall 6-2, 6-4; No. 2: Corey Brom (C) def. Erica Strickland 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Grace Miller (C) def. Brianna Santiago 6-2, 6-0; No. 4: Holley Rowland (C) def. Sydney McCraw 6-3, 6-3; No. 5: Anna Miszkiewicz (C) def. Anna Rollo 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: No. 2: Ali King-Sydney Wood (C) def. Logan Eckman-Addison Timmons 4-6, 7-6(5), 10-8.

Records: Clover 11-2, 11-2 in Region 3-AAAA

Late Monday

Boys cross country: The Westminster Catawba Indians finished fourth in an eight-team field in the Metrolina Athletic Conference race at McAlpine Park.

Seth Roddey finished 10th out of 56 runners to lead the Indians. Colton Tucker was 14th, while Jonathan Setzer was 25th. Jacob Haley came in 32nd, and Rob O’Neal finished 42nd.

Girls cross country: The Westminster Catawba Lady Indians finished in third place in an eight-team field in the Metrolina Athletic Conference meet at McAlpine Park.

Megan Harding paced Westminster Catawba and finished in seventh place out of 42 runners.

Faith Henderson was 12th, while Caroline Parker was 18th. Kara Shannon came home in 23rd place, and Hannah Basha finished 28th.

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