High school roundup: Wancheck strikes out 18 in Northwestern softball win
04/01/2014 11:17 PM
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Northwestern pounded out eight hits and took advantage of eight South Pointe errors to defeat the Stallions 6-1 in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Northwestern.
Kori Wancheck picked up the win for the Trojans. She scattered four hits and struck out 18.
Jamie Rankin and Maleah Sturgis; Kori Wancheck and Rachel Marion. WP - Wancheck. LP - Rankin. 2B - Kori Wancheck (N). HR - Hailee Epps (SP).
Leading hitters: South Pointe - Hailee Epps 1-3, HR, MiDestiny Caldwell 2-3; Northwestern - Daina Chase 1-2, Lorna Day 1-2, Brooke Foster 1-2, Alexis Loney 1-1.
Records: South Pointe 2-7, 1-6 in Region 3-AAAA; Northwestern 10-0, 7-0 in Region 3-AAAA
Lancaster 5, Nation Ford 2: The Bruins scored two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to defeat the Falcons in a Region 3-AAAA game at Lancaster.
Ashton Irvin and Bree Tremblay; M. Clinton, R.Ealy (5) and S.Gaston.
WP - Ealy. LP - Irvin. 2B- J.Robinson (L). HR- Clinton (L).
Leading hitters: Lancaster - Clinton 2-2, Robinson 2-3.
Records: Nation Ford 8-8, 4-3 in Regon 3-AAAA; Lancaster 7-5, 3-4 in Region 3-AAAA.
York 13, Rock Hill 3
Clover 15, Fort Mill 5
Late Monday, Rock Hill 13, South Pointe 3: Paige Love pitched a complete game to lead the Bearcats to a 13-3 win over the Stallions in Region 3-AAAA play.
Love scattered five hits and struck out six. Bayley Hinson led the Bearcats at the plate with three hits.
Paige Love and Shelby Chapman; Jamie Rankin, Kyra Currence and Kia Currence, Makayla McCormick. WP - Paige Love. LP - Jamie Rankin. 2B - Breanna Williams (RH).
Leading hitters: Rock Hill - Bayley Hinson 3-4, Noelle McCullough 2-3, Rebekah Addison 2-3, Olivia Sharp 1-2; South Pointe - Rachel Bridges 2-2, MiDestiny Caldwell.
Northwestern 10, South Pointe 3
Fort Mill 5, Clover 1
MIDDLE SCHOOL SOFTBALL
York 16, Clover 7
Fort Mill 156, York 163, Northwestern 172: Cory Brooks and Ryan Seco fired rounds of 38 to claim co-medalist honors and lead the Yellow Jackets to a pair of wins in a Region 3-AAAA tri-match at Waterford Golf Club.
Fort Mill - Cory Brooks 38, Ryan Seco 38, Shuler Cotton 40, Graham Carter 40.
York - Landon Joye 39, Chandler Sain 40, Austin Hall 41, Tyler Ellis 43.
Northwestern - Charlie Ducan 41, Matthew Worley 41, Miles Baldwin 44, Corbett Warrren 46.
Records: Fort Mill 5-2, York 2-6, Northwestern 1-5
Late Monday, Great Falls 228, Chester 254, Lewisville 275: Josh Payseur carded a 36 to claim medalist honors and lead the Red Devils to a pair of wins in a nonregion tri-match at Republic Golf Course.
Great Falls - Josh Payseur 36, Emilee Smarr 63, Tim Hinson 64, Eric Gage 65.
Clover 6, Fort Mill 1: The Blue Eagles won all five singles matches and one doubles match and toppled the Fort Mill Yellow Jackets in a Region 3-AAAA match at Fort Mill.
No. 1 - Justin White (C) def. Jay Karwatsky 6-1, 6-2; No. 2 - Patrick Smith (C) def. Alex Malaj 6-2, 6-1; No. 3 - Rob Long (C) def. Erik Lewis 6-1, 7-6; No. 4 - Garrett Smith (C) def. Matt Brautigam 6-2, 6-2; No. 5 - Hoblen McGill (C) def. Jack Cauthen 7-6, 7-5.
No. 1 - Jay Karwatsky-Matt Brautigam (FM) def. Karlson Pounders-Garrison Love 8-3; No. 2 - Sean Elder-Cameron Scobie (C) def. Matt Hicks-Kurtis Pharr 6-3, 6-2.
Records: Fort Mill 4-3, Clover 7-0
Rock Hill 4, York 3
Nation Ford 4, Lancaster 2
Rock Hill 4, York 0
Fort Mill 2, Clover 1
Late Monday, Lewisville 3, Union 1: Alexis Delaney scored two second-half goals and Madison Seigel added one in the second period to lead the Lions to a 3-1 win over the Yellow Jackets in nonregion action.
York 2, Rock Hill 0: Benji Amezuca and Evan Lewis scored the only goals of the match and the Cougars defeated the Bearcats 2-0 in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Rock Hill.
Erick Pacheco got the shutout for York.
Fort Mill 3, Clover 2
Nation Ford 11, A.C. Flora 5
BOYS’ MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK
York 73, Fort Mill 27, Clover 23
GIRLS’ MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK
York 54, Fort Mill 52, Clover 17
Compiled by Sam Copeland
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