Clover gets second softball playoff win
05/02/2014 10:11 PM
05/02/2014 10:12 PM
The Clover Blue Eagles defeated the Blythewood Bengals 7-5 in the Class AAAA softball playoffs at Clover.
The win keeps Clover in the winner’s bracket with a 2-0 mark.
Dorman 3, Lancaster 2: The Cavaliers topped the Bruins in the Class AAAA playoffs.
The loss ends the season for Lancaster.
Fort Mill 5, Blythewood 0: The Yellow Jackets won for the second day in a row in the Class AAAA playoffs.
The win kept Fort Mill in the winner’s bracket with a 2-0 mark.
Christ Church 5, Great Falls 4: Christ Church edged the Red Devils in the Class A playoffs.
The loss ends the season for Great Falls.
Fort Mill 10, Northwestern 0: The Yellow Jackets defeated the Trojans in Region 3-AAAA action at Northwestern.
The win closed the regular season for Fort Mill with a perfect 14-0 region mark.
Rock Hill 3, South Pointe 0
South Pointe 3, Rock Hill 0
Nation Ford 5, York 0
Northwestern 4, Gaffney 2: Rachel Marion’s two-run walk-off home run in the tenth inning lifted the Trojans to a win over the Indians in the opening round of the Class AAAA playoffs at Northwestern.
Kori Wancheck picked up the win with a complete game. She struck out 14 and improved to 18-0 on the year.
Wancheck helped her own cause with a pair of hits and drove in one run.
Northwestern will host Lugoff-Elgin, which beat Hillcrest 3-1 on Thursday, at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Pelion 3, Indian Land 0: The Panthers topped the Warriors in the opening round of the Class AA playoffs at Pelion.
The loss put the Warriors in the loser’s bracket. They play an elimination game at North Central at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Region 3-A Meet: The McBee girls and the Lamar boys were winners in the Region 3-A meet at Lamar.
The Lewisville Lions finished third in both the girls’ and boys’ divisions, while the Great Falls Red Devils were fourth in both divisions.
Girls Team Scores
Lamar 199, McBee 101, Lewisville 59, Great Falls 48, C. A. Johnson 15, Governor’s School 8.
4x100 Relay – Lewisville; 4x400 Relay – Lamar; 4x800 Relay – Lamar; Long Jump – Dyneshia Harmon (M); Triple Jump – Dyneshia Harmon (M); High Jump – Carrie Edwards (GF); Shot Put – Alisha Harmon - (M); Discus – Jessica Goodson (La); 100M - Jatisha Samuel (La); 200M – Tamera Wright (La); 400M – Carrie Edwards (GF); 800M – Dataija White (La); 1600M – Ashley Lisbon (La); 3200M – Ashley Lisbon (La); 100H – Alisha Harmon (M); 400H – Shi’Asia Williams (La).
Boys Team Scores
McBee 229, Lamar 117, Lewisville 51, Great Falls 42, C. A. Johnson 28, Governors School 10.
4x100 Relay – Lamar; 4x400 Relay – McBee; 4x800 Relay – McBee; Long Jump – Dashonnell Wright (M); Triple Jump – Trevon McGrew (La); High Jump – Norman Robinson (La); Shot Put – Wendall Bing (CAJ); Discus – Jordan Fair (M); 100M - Tre'vione Ceasar (La); 200M – Bernard Robinson (M); 400M – Ricardo Wright (M); 800M – Miguel DeJesus (M); 1600M – Moses Hough – (M); 3200M – Miguel DeJesus (M); 110H – Dashonnell Wright (M); 400H – Bernard Robinson (M).
Indian Land 5, Pelion 0: The third-ranked Warriors defeated Pelion in a nonregion contest at Indian Land.
Babs Marshall scored two goals for Indian Land (12-5), while Kate Komorous, Katherine Kilroy, and Shalyn Dougherty each made one.
Komorous added two assists, while Kilroy and Dougherty had one each.
Bella Maia and Erica Krul were in the net for Indian Land and combined for the shutout.
Dougherty was selected to play in the 2014 North-South All-Star Game in Charleston on June 28.
Lancaster girls’ basketball standout signs with Spartanburg Methodist
Lancaster senior Aliyah Davis will continue her basketball career at Spartanburg Methodist. Davis signed on April 30, after helping the Bruins to an undefeated Region 3-AAAA campaign this past winter. She averaged just over 5 points per game but was twice named the Bruins’ best defensive player during her years with the varsity squad.
Former Bearcat Rumford named All-SAC baseball
Former Rock Hill Bearcat baseball player Brantley Rumford was named All-South Atlantic Conference this week. The Lenoir-Rhyne second baseman was one of the Bears’ two first-team selections.
Rumford finished second on the team in batting average (.376), while hitting a home run and driving in 14 runs. The junior closed the year on a tear, hitting safely in 24 of his last 25 games.
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