Vikings storm Lee County in big inning

Apr. 10, 2014 @ 07:45 PM

Baseball
Union Pines 6, Lee County 1
The Vikings (9-5, 6-2) won their fifth straight Cape Fear Valley game thanks to a five-run fifth inning versus the visiting Yellow Jackets (6-8, 5-4) Wednesday night in Cameron.
Mason Collins hit a three-run triple to putting the Vikings ahead 3-1 as part of the big rally. Collins finished 2 for 4 with four RBI.
Aaron Kennedy pitched a complete game for the Vikings, working around 10 hits while striking out eight and walking one.
Emmitt Carden went 3 for 4 and scored two runs while Tyler McRae went 2 for 3 with a run.
Lee County hosts Terry Sanford at 7 p.m. tonight. The Bulldogs beat the Jackets 5-2 two weeks ago in Fayetteville.
Union Pines played at Terry Sanford last night and hosts Douglas Byrd at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Scotland 15, Southern Lee 13 - 9 innings
The Fighting Scots (4-6, 3-3 Southeastern) scored twice in the seventh to tie the game, then twice in the top of the ninth to defeat the Cavaliers (11-4, 6-1 Cape Fear Valley) Wednesday night at Cavalier Stadium. The setback ended a six-game Cavalier winning streak.
Southern Lee scored five runs in each of the first two frames but four Scotland runs in the third made it 10-10. Southern Lee led 13-10 going to the sixth.
Conner Showalter went 2 for 5 scoring two runs and getting four RBI while Marcos Collazo went 2 for 4 with four RBI for the Cavs. Cullen Boyette and Maxx Taylor scored three runs each.
Southern Lee returned to CFVC play at Gray's Creek last night and travel to face Westover at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Chatham Central 4, North Moore 3
The Bears (4-7, 4-5) scored the go-ahead run in the home half of the sixth and held on to edge the Mustangs (6-6, 5-3) in a Yadkin Valley game Wednesday night.
Jeremy Kerr had a double, a run and an RBI while Andrew Jurden and Luke Garner had one RBI apiece for the Bears.
Chase Fuquay pitched six innings for the win and Zack Burke pitched the seventh for a save.
Chatham Central hosts Faith Christian at 6:30 p.m. this evening. North Moore played Jordan-Matthews last night and goes to East Montgomery tonight for a 7 p.m. start.

 

Northwood 12, J.F. Webb 11
The Chargers (6-7, 4-3) followed up a 10-9 win versus Cardinal Gibbons with a one-run, walk-off win at home in Big Eight play Wednesday night. Northwood played Voyager Academy yesterday and goes to J.F. Webb for the second game of the series at 6 p.m. this evening.

 

Jordan-Matthews 5, Carrboro 4
The Jets (11-2, 5-0) edged the visiting Jaguars to remain perfect in Mid-State play and take their winning streak to nine overall Wednesday night. Jordan-Matthews played at North Moore last night and goes to Bartlett Yancey tonight at 7 p.m.

 

Triton 5, Corinth Holders 3
The Hawks (9-2, 5-0) stayed perfect in Two Rivers play winning at Corinth Holders Wednesday night.
Trent Fennell pitched a complete game for the Hawks, allowing seven hits and one earned run while getting seven strikeouts. Triton broke out on top with four runs in the second and led 5-0 through three innings. Corinth Holders scored two runs in the sixth closing within 5-3.
Triton played at South Johnston last night and will play in a spring break tournament at South Johnston Monday and Tuesday.

 

Girls soccer
Union Pines 5, Southern Lee 1
The Lady Vikings (10-2-2, 8-1-0) completed a regular-season sweep versus Southern Lee (9-4, 7-3) Wednesday night in Sanford. Union Pines and Terry Sanford are tied atop the Cape Fear Valley standings and split their two matches.
Southern Lee is off until April 28 and a home date with Terry Sanford. Union Pines hosts Douglas Byrd at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Northwood 6, Northern Vance 0
The Lady Chargers (6-4, 3-2) scored four goals in the first half and went on for an easy Big Eight Conference victory in Pittsboro Wednesday night. Northwood played Cardinal Gibbons last night and will go to Chapel Hill for another league match Wednesday.

 

Carrboro 9, Jordan-Matthews 0
Carrboro routed Jordan-Matthews (5-7-1, 2-3-0) in a Mid-State match in Siler City Wednesday night.

 

Lumberton 2, Pinecrest 1
Lumberton (9-2, 6-0) got its first-ever win over Pinecrest (8-4-1, 5-2-0) in March and made it a regular-season sweep in Southern Pines Wednesday night.
Lumberton scored in the 5th and 44th minutes. Olivia McKinney got the Lady Patriots within a goal in the 55th minute but Pinecrest played a player down for the last 24 minutes due to a red card.
The Lady Patriots play at New Hanover at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Gray Stone Day 7, North Moore 0
Gray Stone Day rolled by North Moore (1-4-2, 1-4-1) in a Yadkin Valley match in Misenheimer Wednesday. North Moore hosts South Stanly at 6:30 p.m. this evening.

 

Woods Charter 6, Chatham Charter 0
The Lady Wolves (4-2-1) scored three goals in each half to win at Chatham Charter (1-5) Wednesday afternoon.
Mackenzie Abbott and Martha Farrell scored two goals each while Isabel Pearce and Julianna Puccio scored one apiece.
Chatham Charter hosts Raleigh Charter at 4:30 p.m. today.

 

Softball
Chatham Central 13, Southern Lee 2
The Lady Bears (5-6, 4-5 Yadkin Valley) rolled to a win at Southern Lee (2-11, 2-5 Cape Fear Valley) Wednesday evening.
Chatham Central played at West Montgomery last night and will go to East Montgomery on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
Southern Lee played at Gray's Creek last night and plays at Westover at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Jordan-Matthews 12, Carrboro 0
Lady Jet pitcher Holly Clark fired a five-inning no-hitter as Jordan-Matthews (9-3, 5-0) stayed perfect atop the Mid-State Conference at Carrboro (4-4, 2-2) Wednesday evening. The Lady Jets broke the game open with a six-run second inning taking a 7-0 lead.
Jordan-Matthews plays at Bartlett Yancey at 6 p.m. this evening.

 

Northwood 11, Cardinal Gibbons 1
Following a 10-6 win at Cardinal Gibbons last week, the Lady Chargers (12-0, 6-0) claimed a regular-season sweep of the Lady Crusaders (7-6, 3-3) Wednesday evening in Pittsboro.
Sophomore Anna Jasper pitched a six-inning complete game allowing four hits and notching eight strikeouts. Jasper, Ally McKee and Alexa Bernard had two RBI each. Northwood answered a Cardinal Gibbons run in the first with five tallies in the bottom of the first.
Northwood plays another Big Eight game tonight at J.F. Webb at 6:30 p.m.

 

Middle Creek 4, Western Harnett 3
Middle Creek (9-1, 5-1 SWAC) edged the visiting Lady Eagles (4-9, 2-3 Two Rivers) in a non-conference game Wednesday night. Western Harnett hosts Corinth Holders in a conference game at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

South View 6, Harnett Central 5
South View edged visiting Harnett Central (6-4, 4-2 GNRC) in a non-league game Wednesday night. The Lady Trojans return to GNRC play hosting Clayton at 7 p.m. tonight.

 

Boys golf
Cape Fear Valley Conference match
at Cypress Lakes Golf Course
Team scores
1. Southern Lee - 298
2. Terry Sanford - 308
3. Lee County - 310
4. Union Pines - 313
5. Gray's Creek - 359
6. Westover - 563
7. Douglas Byrd - no score

The Cavaliers won their first CFVC match of the season Wednesday afternoon in Hope Mills, teaming up to shoot 10-over par.
Jay Minter shot two-over par 73 to lead the Cavs. Zane Lewis and Matthew Honeycutt each shot 74. Alex Palme shot 77.
Terry Sanford's Stephen Hart was the medalist carding a 71. Lee County's Walter Brinker shot 73.
The last regular-season conference match is set for April 28 at Whispering Pines Golf Course.

 

Track and field
Mid-State Conference Championships
at Cummings
Wednesday

Team scores
Girls
1. Carrboro - 175
2. Cummings - 155
3. Graham - 59
4. Jordan-Matthews - 54
5. Bartlett Yancey - 48
6. Reidsville - 25
Boys
1. Carrboro - 203
2. Jordan-Matthews - 88
3. Reidsville - 83
4. Graham - 67
5. Cummings - 56
6. Bartlett Yancey - 42

Event results (winners and top JM finishers)
Girls
100
1. Kayla Moore, Cummings - 12.58
4. Bethany Pyrtle, JM - 13.83
200
1. Rachel Thompson, Graham - 26.88
6. Bethany Pyrtle, JM - 28.33
400
1. Jasmine Upsher, Graham - 1:01.98
5. Odyssey Dunn, JM - 1:12.96
800
1. Maysa Araba, Carrboro - 2:23.47
5. Ana Garcia, JM - 2:53.15
1,600
1. Maysa Araba, Carrboro - 5:29.97
4. Ana Garcia, JM - 6:26.62
3,200
1. Helen Morken, Carrboro - 12:02.78
4. Ana Garcia, JM - 14:39.75
100 hurdles
1. Kayla Moore, Cummings - 15.24
300 hurdles
1.Kenyae Majors, Cummings - 49.76
4x100
1. Bartlett Yancey - 54.50
3. Jordan-Matthews - 56.06
4x200
1. Graham - 1:52.61
3. Jordan-Matthews - 2:00.19
4x400
1. Carrboro - 4:23.40
5. Jordan-Matthews - 5:05.87
4x800
1. Carrboro - 11:25.22
2. Jordan-Matthews - 12:31.62
High jump
1. Madeleine Pletzke, Carrboro - 4-6
4. Kaleigh McDonald, JM - 4-2
Pole vault
1. Maley Wagner, Carrboro - 8-0
Long jump
1. Kenyae Majors, Cummings - 16-8
7. Brandi Alston, JM - 12-0
Triple jump
1. Kayla Moore, Cummings - 34-5
Shot put
1. Qwai-Zia Pennix, JM - 29-7
2. Alexandra Jones, Carrboro - 29-5
Discus
1. Alexandra Jones, Carrboro - 84-9
8. Emily Nona, JM - 64-0

Boys
100
1. Isaiah Moore, Cummings - 11.23
4. Tre Jones, JM - 11.63
200
1. Tyre Brown, Reidsville - 23.49
9. Cyrus Scotton, JM - 24.74
400
1. Michael Delozier, Graham - 52.55
5. Kareem Brooks, JM - 56.07
800
1. Tomiwa Olufolabi, Carrboro - 2:06.78
4. Britt Lehman, JM - 2:12.42
1,600
1. Tomiwa Olufolabi, Carrboro - 4:43.59
2. Britt Lehman, JM - 4:48.91
3,200
1. Sam Hedges, Carrboro - 10:41.56
4. Franklin Gomez III, JM - 11:32.03
110 hurdles
1. Isaiah Moore, Cummings - 14.14
4. Bryson Bittle, JM - 16.09
300 hurdles
1. Isaiah Moore, Cummings - 40.86
8. Gustavo Almeida, JM - 51.26
4x100
1. Carrboro - 45.16
2. Jordan-Matthews - 45.75
4x200
1. Jordan-Matthews - 1:35.32
2. Graham - 1:35.89
4x400
1. Carrboro - 3:36.55
4. Jordan-Matthews - 3:56.32
4x800
1. Graham - 8:47.59
3. Jordan-Matthews - 9:09.22
High jump
1. Jaiquan Corbett, BY - 6-2
4. Bryson Bittle, JM - 5-6
Pole vault
1. Jesse Tysinger, Carrboro - 9-0
Long jump
1. Isaiah Moore, Cummings - 22-3.25
4. Bryson Bittle, JM - 19-7.5
Triple jump
1. Bryson Bittle, JM - 43-7
2. Noah Lambert, Carrboro - 38-5
Shot put
1. Magnus Herweyer, Carrboro - 45-2
5. Trajan Glover, JM - 38-11
Discus
1. Magnus Herweyer, Carrboro - 145-8
4. Timothy Womble, JM - 108-10

 

Two Rivers Conference meet
at Cleveland
Wednesday
Team scores
Boys
1. Cleveland - 79
2. Western Harnett - 52
3. Triton - 42
Girls
1. Cleveland - 108
2. Western Harnett - 35
3. Triton - 32

Event winners
Boys
Shot put - Mateius Brown, WH - 46-8
Discus - Mateius Brown, WH - 158-6
Long jump - Josh Carter, C - 20-1
Triple jump - Josh Carter, C - 39-0
High jump - Raynor Weaver, T - 5-8
4x800 - Western Harnett - 8:33.0
110 hurdles - Malik Leak, T - 15.9
100 - Brandon Graham, T - 12.1
4x200 - Cleveland - 1:34.6
1,600 - Esai Cunningham, WH - 4:40.4
4x100 - Cleveland - 44.8
400 - Tyler DeLuca, C - 53.4
300 hurdles - Malik Leak, T - 43.1
800 - Brandon Hudson, WH - 2:01.4
200 - Tyler DeLuca, WH - 23.5
3,200 - Gable Dershem, C - 10:39.4
4x400 - Cleveland - 3:33.1
Girls
Shot put - Erica Gaddy, T - 27-3.75
Discus - Wallace Driggers, C - 90-4
Long jump - Tiandra Jenkins, C - 17-2
Triple jump - Sydni Fields, C - 32-7
High jump - Cassidy Hayes, T - 4-10
4x800 - Western Harnett - 10:47.2
100 hurdles - Sydni Fields, C - 19.0
100 - Tiandra Jenkins, C - 12.6
4x200 - Cleveland - 1:50.5
1,600 - Cassidy McNierney, C - 6:10.0
4x100 - Cleveland - 51.2
400 - Alyssa Rivera, C - 1:03.2
300 hurdles - Sydni Fields, C - 51.9
800 - Ashlee Block, WH - 2:33.9
200 - Tiandra Jenkins, C - 26.7
3,200 - Hailey O'Quinn, WH - 13:47.4
4x400 - Cleveland - 4:21.1