High School Roundup

High school roundup: Dorman leads, Clover 2nd at Fleischer golf tourney

April 26, 2014 

GOLF

Dorman takes Fleischer lead: The Dorman Cavaliers fired a team score of 315 to take the first-round lead in the Fleischer Invitational Golf Tournament at Rock Hill Country Club. Clover is second at 320, with Gaffney third at 321.

Dorman’s Jake Smith is the individual leader after 18 holes. He carded a 71 in the opening round to lead teammate George Eubank by four strokes. Clover’s Quinn Smith is third after the opening round. He fired a 76.

The second and final round will be played beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

Team scores: 1. Dorman 315, 2. Clover 320, 3. Gaffney 321, 4. Blythewood 327, 4. Boiling Springs 327, 6. Spartanburg 334, 7. Fort Mill 337, 8. Rock Hill 342, 9. Nation Ford 345, 10. South Pointe 349, 11. Northwestern 369, 12. York 379.

Top 10 individual scores

1. Jake Smith (Dorman) 71, 2. George Eubank (Dorman) 75, 3. Quinn Smith (Clover) 76, 4. Forrest Fowler (Spartanburg), 5. Spencer Walker (Clover) 78, 5. Matt Moninghoff (Blythewood) 78, 5. Daniel Malkiewcz (Blythewood) 78, 8. Coble Panetti (Rock Hill) 79, 8. Josh Rhyne (Gaffney) 79, 10. Riley Hilton (Nation Ford) 80, 10. Andrew White (Clover) 80, 10. Shane Camp (Gaffney) 80, 10. Zack Gordon (Gaffney) 80, 10. Jordan Warnock (Dorman) 80, 10. Harrison Corbin (Boiling Springs) 80.

LATE THURSDAY GIRLS’ TRACK

York County Meet Team Results

1. Northwestern 245, 2. Rock Hill 118, 3. South Pointe 103.5, 4. Fort Mill 93, 5. Clover 34.5, 6. Nation Ford 34, 7. York 29.

Individual results

4x800 Relay - 1. Northwestern 10:15.96 (Maci Bolin, Mercedes Cain, Raychel Koterba, Reagen Rollins), 2. South Pointe 10:25.01 (Victoria Burdette, Kaitlynn Potter, Malecha Cousar, Whittnay Hill); 4x100 Relay - 1. Northwestern 47.72 (Jada Barnes, Brianna Lewis, Simone Robinson, Adia Simpkins), 2. Rock Hill 50.35 (Maia Cunningham, Trenea Cypress, Nekira Edwards, Destiny Stewart); 100H - 1. Adia Simpkins (N) 15.39, 2. Asia Barnes (N) 15.87; 100M - 1. Nadia White (N) 12.25, 2. Aubriana Thompson (N) 12.52; 1600M - 1. Victoria Burdette (SP) 5:22.59, 2. Emily Sparrow (Clover) 5:26.17; 400M - 1. Rachel Brechbiel (SP) 1:01.29, 2. Simone Robinson (N) 1:01.23; 400H - 1. Adia Simpkins (N) 1:05.64, 2. Briana Lewis (N) 1:07.51; 800M - 1. Alicia Sanchez (N) 2:30.31, 2. Kaitlynn Potter (SP) 2:38.33; 200M - 1. Nadia White (N) 25.55, 2. Trenea Cypress (RH) 26.30; 3200M - 1. Olivia Paxton (SP) 11:47.70, 2. Emily Sparrow (C) 11:52.92; 4x400 Relay - 1. Northwestern 4:03.88 (Andi Enabenter, Taylor Kirkland, Brianna Lewis, Simone Robinson), 2. South Pointe 4:18.58 (Rachel Brechbiel, Quaneshia Craig, Melecha Cousar, Amber Boyd); Pole Vault - 1. Reagen Caldwell (N) 9’6”, 2. Donna Hood (N) 9’6”; Long Jump - 1. Tylia Moses (RH) 18’1”, 2. Nadia White (N) 17’7.25”; Shot Put - 1. Laura Reese (N) 31’1”, 2. Kinleigh Wilkerson (Y) 28’9”; Discus - 1. Cassidy Malchow (N) 102’6”, 2. Anika Meyers (FM) 100’0.5”; Triple Jump - 1. Tylia Moses (RH) 36’8”, 2. Malecha Cousar (SP) 36’7.75”; High Jump - 1. Tylia Moses (RH) 5’0”, 2. Laura Arnson (N) 5’0”.

BOYS’ TRACK

York County Meet Team Results

1. Northwestern 253, 2. Fort Mill 95, 3. Rock Hill 87, 4. York 84, 5. South Pointe 70, 6. Clover 37, 7. Nation Ford 32.

Individual Results

4x800 Relay - 1. Northwestern 8:23.36 (Christian Acker, Grayson Boatwright, Chad Fennell, Kole Koterba), 2. Fort Mill 8:31.64 (Matthew Case, Josh Chait, Grant Hendrickson, Jeremy Ricks); 4x100 Relay - 1. Northwestern 42.92 (Zaire Blanchard, Khalil Carter, Torrence Robinson, Jay Sellers), 2. Rock Hill 43.85 (Thailand Adams, Brandon Croutch, Treyson Edwards, Josh Gaines); 110H - 1. Trey Stanley (N) 14.48, 2. Noah Walker (N) 14.70; 100M - 1. Keyshawn Pressley (C) 10.97, 2. Chandler Kryst (FM) 11.07; 1600M - 1. Christian Acker (N) 4:37.71, 2. Chad Rollins (N) 4:38.48; 400M - 1. Zach Riley (FM) 51.32, 2. Matt Ransom (Y) 52.13; 400H - 1. Trey Stanley (N) 55.20, 2. Noah Walker (N) 56.94; 800M - 1. Chad Fennell (N) 1:56.23, 2. Will Manning (NF) 1:57.18; 200M - 1. Zaire Blanchard (N) 22.96, 2. Thailand Adams (RH) 23.04; 3200M - 1. Cameron Ruppe (RH) 9:59.72, 2. Jeremy Ricks (FM) 10:08.32; 4x400 Relay - 1. Northwestern 3:24.82 (Ziare Blanchard, Chad Fennell, Trey Stanley, J.T. Thomas), 2. Nation Ford 3:30.43 (Andrew Bruce, Garvin Dean, Will Manning, John Rice); Pole Vault - 1. Daniel Bolin (N) 14’0”, 2. Jacob Parker (N) 13’0”; Long Jump - 1. Khalil Carter (N) 21’9.5, 2. Markell Castle (Y) 21’0”; Shot Put - 1. Chris Bouyer (N) 48’7”, 2. Jamah Mitchell (N) 42’7”; Discus - 1. Shuler Littleton (Y) 139’9.5”, 2. Alan Browne (N) 118’7.5”; Triple Jump - 1. Kyron Schrouder (Y) 45’6.5”, 2. Chandler Kryst (FM) 42’8.5”; High Jump - 1. Quantarius Caldwell (N) 6’4”, 2. Khalil Jackson (SP) 6’4”.

SOFTBALL

Clover 7, Lancaster 4: The Clover Blue Eagles pounded out 13 hits and toppled the Lancaster Bruins 7-4 in a Region 3-AAAA game at Clover.

Elizabeth Edmunds picked up the win for Clover. She helped her own cause with three hits, including a double. Brittany Rhinehardt and Shania Domingue each added two hits for Clover.

Clover 7, Lancaster 4

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WP- Edmunds (16-5). LP - Clinton.

Leading hitters: Lancaster - Kaela Robinson 3-3, Gracie Revels 2-3; Clover - Elizabeth Edmunds 3-4, 2B, Brittany Rhinehardt 2-4, 3B, Shania Domingue 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI.

Records: Clover 19-5, 11-2 in Region 3-AAAA; Lancaster 14-9, 7-6 in Region 3-AAAA

BASEBALL

Buford 5, Indian Land 4: Evan Flynn and Kholby Pate each had two hits to lead the Buford Yellow Jackets to a 5-4 win over the Indian Land Warriors in a Region 3-AAA contest at Buford.

Mike Webb and Jake Dyer each had a pair of hits to lead Indian Land.

The win gave Buford second place in the region with a 6-4 league mark. The Warriors dropped to fourth place in the region with the loss. Indian Land finished the regular season with a record of 11-6 overall. The Warriors are 5-5 in the region.

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