High Schools Roundup

High school roundup: Northwestern wins at Lancaster in softball

From staff reportsApril 8, 2014 

The Northwestern Trojans remained in first place in the Region 3-AAAA softball standings with a 6-4 win over the Lancaster Bruins at Lancaster.

Kori Wancheck picked up her 13th win of the year. She pitched a complete game, scattering seven hits and striking 12. She helped her own cause with a pair of hits.

Cassie Wancheck and Rachel Marion led the offensive attack with three hits each. Wancheck drove in two runs, while Marion knocked in one.

Nation Ford 6, Rock Hill 1: The Nation Ford Falcons scored five runs in the first three innings and went on to beat the Rock Hill Bearcats in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Rock Hill.

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Paige Love and Shelby Chapman; Ashton Irvin and Carolyn Thompson. WP- Irvin. LP - Love. HR - Lexi Mitchell (NF).

Leading hitters: Rock Hill - Breanna Williams 2-4, Bayley Hinson 2-4; Nation Ford - Sarah Reihle 1-1, Kelsie Kidd 1-2.

Records: Rock Hill 5-10, 3-8 in Region 3-AAAA; Nation Ford 11-8, 7-3 in Region 3-AAAA

Clover 17, South Pointe 1

Chester 10, Clinton 0


Northwestern 4, Lancaster 3: Drew Patrick scored the winning run on an error in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Trojans topped the Bruins in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Northwestern.

Dupree Hart led the Trojans (11-1, 10-0) hitting attack with three hits and one RBI, while Patrick added a pair of hits.

Eric Taylor picked up the win in relief. He pitched four innings and struck out seven.


Clover 6, South Pointe 3

Clinton 3, Chester 1

Indian Land 6, Chesterfield 5

Boys’ Golf

Fort Mill 167, Clover 167, Nation Ford 190: The Yellow Jackets won in a playoff to claim a pair of wins in a Region 3-AAAA tri-match at River Hills Country Club.

Fort Mill’s Austin Hite and Clover’s Jake Rowe tied for medalist honors with rounds of 40.

Fort Mill 167 - Austin Hite 40, Graham Carter 41, Corey Brooks 43, Ryan Seco 43.

Clover 167 - Jake Rowe 40, Austin Walker 41, Quinn Smith 42, Spencer Walker 44.

Nation Ford 190 - Jack Burson 45, Will Close 47, Reed Strawhorn 47, Riley Hilton 51.

Records: Fort Mill 8-2-1, Clover 8-1-1, Nation Ford 4-6

Boys’ Tennis

Clover 6, South Pointe 0: The Blue Eagles won every match and defeated the Stallions in a Region 3-AAAA match at Clover.


No. 1 - Justin White (C) def. Gannon Cline 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 - Patrick Smith (C) def. Jordan Davis 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 - Rob Long (C) def. Chance Harper 6-0, 6-0; No. 4 - Garrett Smith (C) def. Wesley Smith 6-0, 6-0; No. 5 - Holden McGill (C) def. Westin Smith 6-0, 6-0.


No. 2 - Sean Elder-Cameron Scobie (C) won by forfeit.

Records: Clover 11-0, 9-0 in Region 3-AAAA

Fort Mill 5, York 2: The Yellow Jackets won three singles matches and both doubles matches and topped the Cougars in a Region 3-AAAA match at Fort Mill.


No. 1 - Jay Karwatsky (FM) def. Patrick Newberry 6-3, 6-1; No. 2 - Daniel Patterson (Y) def. Alex Malaj 6-1, 6-2; No. 3 - Erik Lewis (FM) def. Terry Doan 2-6, 6-3, 10-6; No. 4 - Matthew Goforth (Y) def. Matt Brautigam 6-2, 6-2; No. 5 - Jack Cauthen (FM) def. Cameron Good 6-4, 6-4.


No. 1 - J. Karwatsky-E. Lewis (FM) def. P. Newberry-D. Patterson 8-5; No. 2 - Matt Hicks-Kurtis Pharr (FM) def. Ian Elliott-Noah Arnold 6-2, 6-1.

Records: Fort Mill 5-5

Nation Ford 5, Rock Hill 1

Boys’ Soccer

South Pointe 3, Clover 1

Fort Mill 4, York 0

Nation Ford 3, Rock Hill 0

Girls’ Soccer

Nation 3, Rock Hill 2

Boys’ Lacrosse

Greenville 17, Nation Ford 7

Greenville took a 9-3 lead at halftime and defeated the Nation Ford Falcons 17-7 in the opening round of the play-offs.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Fort Mill 13, Eastside 7

The Fort Mill Yellow Jackets opened the play-offs with a 13-7 win over Eastisde.

The second-seeded Yellow Jackets will host Hillcrest on Thursday at 5:30 p.m..

Boys’ Track

South Pointe 88, Nation Ford 53

Girls’ Track

South Pointe 92, Nation Ford 48

Girls’ Middle School Track

Dutchman Creek 53, Springfield 40, York 30

Boys’ Middle School Track

Dutchman Creek 58, York 50, Springfield 15

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