York 10, Clover 6
York pounded out 14 hits and defeated Clover 10-6 in a non-region game at Clover Wednesday afternoon.
York broke a 6-6 tie with four runs in the fifth inning before tacking on an insurance run in the seventh.
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Carlee Shannon led York four hits and she drove in four runs. Bre Moss added a double and a triple and drove in two runs.
Gwen Brochu led Clover with two hits and a pair of RBI. Tiffany Dominque and Sami Chavis each added two hits and one run batted in, while Kalia Caviness drove in two runs.
It was York’s first win over Clover in nine years.
Fort Mill 10, Indian Land 4
Fort Mill scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth and defeated Indian Land 10-4 in a non-region game at Fort Mill Thursday night.
Payton Lemire led Fort Mill with two hits, including a double, and 3 RBI. Marissa McDermott added two hits and drove in three runs, while Emma Skovran got three hits and drove in one run.
Bella Roy pitched a complete game and got the victory. She struck out 13.
Fort Mill 6, Boiling Springs 2
Fort Mill beat Boiling Springs 6-2 in a non-region game at Fort Mill Wednesday night.
Payton Lemire led Fort Mill with a solo home run, and Lauren Collie added a pair of hits and drove in two runs.
Bella Roy picked up the win She tossed a complete game, allowing only four hits.
Indian Land 10, Fairfield Central 0
Indian Land scored four times in the fifth to break the game open and register a 10-0 win over Fairfield Central at Indian Land Wednesday night.
Jay Hildreth, Lawson Otte, Connor Quimet, Chase Dougherty, Trey Boyd, and Nathan Bolt each had one hit for Indian Land.
Bolt pitched a complete game and got the win. He allowed only one hit, while striking out 13 and walking only one. Indian Land backed his stellar outing with perfect play in the field.
Indian Land 4, York 1
Indian Land built a 3-0 lead at halftime and topped York in a non-region game at Indian Land Wednesday night.
Gavin Dunlop led Indian Land (3-0) with a a pair of goals and two assists. Jordan Perry and Joe Tombs added goals for Indian Land, while Previs Suvillaga handed out an assist.
Buddy Flow worked in the net for Indian Land in the first half and recorded five saves. Gabe Burris was the goalie in the second half and had four saves.
A. C. Flora 3, Rock Hill 2
A. C. Flora edged Rock Hill 3-2 in a non-region match at A. C. Flora Wednesday night.
Chester 2, Columbia 1
Chester scored the winning goal in the second overtime and edged Columbia 2-1 in a Region 4-3 match at Chester Thursday night.
Indian Land 4, York 1
Fourth-ranked Indian Land established a 3-0 lead at intermission and defeated York 4-1 in a non-region game at York Wednesday night.
Summer Bishop led Indian Land with three goals and Emily Gerdes added the other one. Brianna Bishop had three assists for Indian Land and Samantha Ammann added one.
Emma Thompson and Shelby Ryberg both worked in the goal for Indian Land. Ryberg had five saves, while Thompson got four.
Indian Land is 3-2-1 overall, while York is 2-1.
Fort Mill 7, Lancaster 0
Fort Mill won every match and toppled Lancaster 7-0 in a non-region match at Fort Mill Wednesday afternoon.
Zach Dodson won in number one singles, while Josh Hall was victorious in the number two singles.
Trey Robertson (#3 singles), Charlie Lynch (#4 singles), and Matt Sanford (#5) singles) were also winners for Fort Mill. Dodson and Robertson won the number one doubles, while Ty Mullis and Ethan Barger teamed up for a win in the number two doubles.
Northwestern 173, York 175
Northwestern edged York 173-175 in a non-region match at Spring Lake Country Club Thursday afternoon.
York’s Landon Joye carded a 40 to earn medalist honors for the event.
Northwestern - Payne Gettys - 41, Cameron Cassidy - 43, Thomas Getty - 44, Wes Wilson -45.
York - Landon Joye - 40, Bryson Benfield - 44, Tyler Ellis - 44, Tanner McKinney - 47.
Rock Hill sweeps Clover
Rock Hill topped Clover in a Region 4-5 meet at Clover Wednesday afternoon.
Rock Hill won the boys meet 121-20 and the girls’ event 104-37.