Nation Ford 8, Clover 7
Nation Ford broke a 6-6 tie at halftime and edged Clover 8-7 in a Region 4-5A match Wednesday night.
Nation Ford rallied from a 6-1 defict in the first half to tie it at intermission. Kelsey Gleason led Nation Ford with three goals, including two in the first half rally.
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Indian Land 6, Brookland Cayce 1
Indian Land built a 5-0 lead at halftime and claimed a 6-1 victory over Brookland-Cayce in a non-region match at Indian Land Wednesday night.
Kailee Erwin led Indian Land with three goals. Brianna Bishop added two goals and an assist, and Emily Gerdes scored one. Indian Land out shot Brookland-Cayce 24-6.
Emma Thompson was in the goal for Indian Land and recorded five saves.
Indian Land, the fourth-ranked team in Class AAA, is now 1-2-1on the year.
Fort Mill 9, South Pointe 0
Fort Mill broke to a 4-0 lead at halftime and went on to defeat South Pointe 9-0 in a non-region game at Fort Mill Tuesday night.
Livie Dechert led Fort Mill in its home opener with three goals, with two coming in the first half. Annika Ford scored one goal in each half, and Katie Phillips got a pair of second half scores. Hannah Miller and Emily Ambrose each added one goal for Fort Mill.
Ridge View 2, Chester 0
Ridge View toppled Chester 2-0 in a non-region match at Chester Tuesday night.
Chester 4, Union County 2
Chester toppled Union County 4-2 in a non-region match at Chester Wednesday night.
Gaffney 10, Rock Hill 2
Gaffney defeated Rock Hill 10-2 on Tuesday in the McDonalds Tournament at Gaffney.
Gaffney broke a 1-1 tie after three innings by scoring a pair of runs in both the fourth and sixth innings and one in the fifth to take a 6-2 lead. They broke the contest open with four more in the seventh.
Andrew Jackson 6, Chester 2
Andrew Jackson defeated Chester 6-2 in the Comporium Tournament on Tuesday at Andrew Jackson.
The Northwestern Trojans handed out its awards for the 2017 season recently. The winners are listed below.
John Daniel Pontus Award - Tyler Byrd; Ben Watson Award - Josiah Ivey; Most Improved Offense Player - K. D. Canaty; Most Improved Defense Player - Deylajure Addison; Hardest Worker Award - Areon Walls; Offensive Skill Player of the Year - Jordan Starkes; Offensive Player of the Year - Jamario Holley; Special Teams Player of the Year - Thomas Gettys; Defensive Player of the Year - Chance Miller, Defensive Skill Player of the Year - Ladell Massey; Captain’s Award - Caleb Ross and Jordan Starkes; Tom Kersbergen TD Club Award - Trey McCullough.