High school roundup: Northwestern softball earns 16th win
04/22/2014 10:11 PM
04/22/2014 11:01 PM
The Northwestern Trojans remained unbeaten on the year with a 6-0 softball win over the York Cougars in a Region 3-AAAA game at Northwestern.
Kori Wancheck picked up her 16th win of the year with a complete game. She scattered three hits and struck out eight.
Tiana Lewter led a parade of four Northwestern hitters with two hits each. Lewter drove in four of the Trojans six runs in the game.
Taylor Wilkerson and Nora Childers; Kori Wancheck and Rachel Marion. WP - Wancheck (16-0). LP - Wilkerson. 2B - Kori Wancheck (N). 3B - Tiana Lewter (N)
Leading hitters: York - Brooke Andrews 1-3, Nora Childers 1-3; Northwestern - Kori Wancheck 2-3, Rachel Marion 2-3, Tiana Lewter 2-3, 4 RBI, Brooke Foster 2-3.
Records; York 9-12, 3-9 in Region 3-AAAA; Northwestern 16-0, 13-0 in Region 3-AAAA
Clover 4, Nation Ford 0
Lancaster 13, Rock Hill 2
Lewisville 7, Great Falls 0: The Lions (17-5, 8-0) collected 10 hits and defeated the Red Devils in a Region 3-A contest in Great Falls.
Holden Reynolds had a three-run home run and Denver Moseley a two-run blast to lead the Lions at the plate.
Evan Sisk pitched a complete game to pick up the win. He scattered five hits and struck out 13 as he improved to 7-1.
Jeremy Price led Great Falls (3-10, 2-6) with three hits in three trips to the plate.
Northwestern 7, York 3
Fort Mill 15, South Pointe 0
Nation Ford 9, Clover 2
Rock Hill 13, Lancaster 4
Chester 11, Broome 1
Clover 162, Fort Mill 163, Northwestern 174: Will Vowell fired a 39 to tie for medalist honors and lead the Blue Eagles to a pair of wins in a Region 3-AAAA tri-match at Fort Mill Golf Club.
Miles Baldwin of Northwestern tied for medalist honors with a 39.
Clover - Will Vowell 39, Spencer Walker 40, Quinn Smith 41, Will Parrish 42.
Fort Mill - Cam Marshall 40, Cory Brooks 41, Graham Carter 41, Ryan Seco 41.
Northwestern - Miles Baldwin 39, Charlie Duncan 41, Peyton Smith 47, Andy Giles 47.
Records: Clover 12-1-1, Fort Mill 11-3-1
York 177, Lancaster 185, Nation Ford 187: Chandler Sain and Tucker Laney carded rounds of 43 to lead the York Cougars to a pair of Region 3-AAAA wins in a tri-match against Lancaster and Nation Ford.
Brady Hinkle of Lancaster earned medalist honors with a 41.
York - Chandler Sain 43, Tucker Laney 43, Landon Joye 45, Austin Hall 436, Tyler Ellis 46.
Lancaster - Brady Hinkle 41, Scottie Walker 46, Carly Funderburk 49, Michael Long 49.
Nation Ford - Rliey Hilton 42, Jack Burson 46, Mac Brindle 49, Will Grantham 50.
Northwestern 7, York 0
Fort Mill 10, South Pointe 0
Lancaster 3, Rock Hill 0
Northwestern 2, York 0
Fort Mill 4, South Pointe 0
Rock Hill 1, Lancaster 0
Clover 6, Nation Ford 5
Northwestern and Clover are both ranked in this week’s South Carolina softball coaches state rankings. Northwestern checks in at No. 3, while Clover is 10th. Lewisville is tied for second in Class A, as the Lions continue their undefeated season.
1. Mauldin; 2. Byrnes; 3. Northwestern; 4. Summerville; 5. Boiling Springs; 6. Dutch Fork; t7. Laurens; t7. Bluffton; 9. Blythewood; 10. Clover.
1. Hartsville; 2. Union County; 3. Seneca; 4. Chapin; 5. Blue Ridge; 6. Wren; 7. Belton-Honea Path; 8. Chapman; 9. Gilbert; 10. West Oak.
1. Dillon; 2. Andrew Jackson; 3. Crescent; 4. Buford; 5. Landrum; 6. Chesterfield; 7. Pendleton; 8. Barnewll; t9. Ninety Six; t9. Waccamaw.
1. Dixie; t2. East Clarendon; t2. Lewisville; 4. Johnsonville; 5. St. Joseph's; 6. Lake View; 7. Fox Creek; 8. Latta; 9. McBee; 10. Wagener-Salley.
Lancaster 4, Indian Land 0: The Bruins took a 2-0 halftime lead and went on to defeat the third-ranked Indian Land Warriors 4-0 in a non-region soccer match at Indian Land.
Buford 171, Indian Land 224, Great Falls 235: The Yellow Jackets won a nonregion trimatch against Indian Land and Great Falls at Republic Golf Course.
Rock Hill 16, South Pointe 3: Chase Watts, Will Reid, and Byron Faust each had two hits to lead the Bearcats to a win over the Stallions in Region 3-AAAA play at Rock Hill.
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