High school roundup: Cok pitches Lewisville to win

From staff reportsApril 23, 2014 

The Lewisville Lions made the most of seven hits and topped the Andrew Jackson Volunteers 7-6 in a non-region contest at Kershaw.

Christian Cok pitched a complete game to get the victory and raise his record to 4-1 on the year. He struck out six.

Obbie Sarduy led the Lions with three hits, including a double, and drove in two runs. Cody Montgomery added a home run and a double and also drove in two runs.

Lewisville 7, Andrew Jackson 6

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Records: Lewisville 18-5

Fort Mill 14, Country Day 4: The Fort Mill Yellow Jackets scored 12 runs in the fourth inning and defeated Country Day in a non-region game at Charlotte.

Brett Netzer, Avery Carter, and Jackson Massey led the 14-hit Yellow Jacket attack.

Clay Helvey picked up the win for Fort Mill.

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Helvey, Baechtold (5) and Tepper, Tassinari (5); Freedman, Bloomer (4), Burgess (4) and Brenner. WP - Helvey. LP - Freedman. 2B - Brett Netzer, Avery Carter, Jackson Massey (FM).

Records: Fort Mill 13-5

SOFTBALL

Lewisville 11, Whitmire 1: The Lewisville Lions pounded out 12 hits and defeated the Whitmire Wolverines in a non-region contest at Richburg.

Chloe Thomas pitched a complete game to record the win and picked up her ninth victory of the year.

Tamya Davis had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs to lead the Lions’ offensive attack.

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Leading hitters: Lewisville - Tamya Davis 3-4, 3 RBI, Haley Love 2-3, RBI, Callie Murphy 2-3, RBI, Tyesha McCrorey 1-2, RBI; Whitmire - M. Reel 1-2, RBI, C.Ellingen 1-1.

Records: Lewisville 20-2

GIRLS’ MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK

Springfield 110, York 94, Banks Trail 79, Gold Hill 68.5, Fort Mill 54.5, Oakridge 40, Clover 15.

BOYS’ MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK

York 117, Banks Trail 116, Springfield 66, Fort Mill 57, Oakridge 46, Gold Hill 33, Clover 30.

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BASEBALL

Rock Hill 13, Lancaster 4: The Rock Hill Bearcats exploded for seven runs in the fifth inning and defeated the Lancaster Bruins in a Region 3-AAAA game at Rock Hill.

Byron Faust picked up the win. He scattered six hits and struck out six.

Leading the Bearcats at the plate were Faust and Brandon Banks with two hits each. Faust drove in three runs, while Banks had a pair of RBI.

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Fort Mill 15, South Pointe 0: The Fort Mill Yellow Jackets collected 11 hits and toppled the South Pointe Stallions in a Region 3-AAAA game at South Pointe.

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Matchunis, Bishop (4) and Tepper, Tassinari (4); Beaguard, Dunn (3) and Dills. 2B - Brett Netzer, Avery Carter (FM). 3B - Chase Beaudry, Justin Tepper (FM).

Records: Fort Mill 12-5, 10-3 in Region 3-AAAA

Indian Land 5, Andrew Jackson 4: The Indian Land Warriors made the most of six hits and edged the Andrew Jackson Volunteers in a Region 3-AA contest at Indian Land.

Chris Cantrell led the Warriors at the plate with two hits. Mike Webb, Chuck Webb, and Ryan Lawson added one hit each to the Indian Land attack.

The win improves Indian Land to 11-5 overall and 5-4 in the region. The Warriors travel to Buford to take on the Yellow Jackets on Thursday night with the second spot in the region going to the winner.

SOFTBALL

Clover 4, Nation Ford 1: The Clover Blue Eagles collected seven hits and defeated the Nation Ford Falcons in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Nation Ford.

Elizabeth Edmunds picked up the win for Clover. Marisa Harkey had two hits, including a double and a home run, to lead the Blue Eagles at the plate.

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WP- Edmunds (15-5). LP - Brooke McCurry.

Leading hitters: Nation Ford - Brooke McCurrry 1-2; Clover - Brooke Rhinehardt 1-3, 2B, Marisa Harkey 2-3, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, Shania Domingue 1-3, 2B.

Records: Clover 18-5, 10-2 in Region 3-AAAA; Nation Ford 11-10, 7-5 in Region 3-AAAA

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