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High school sports scores for October 22nd.

Charlotte Catholic didn’t dare forget its motivation to lock down the SoMeck 4A soccer title. The Cougars clinched the league’s top seed on Wednesday with a 3-0 win against Providence at Keffer Stadium to sweep the season series a season after losing three to the Panthers last year. Brendan McDonough scored a pair of goals and an assist to give the Cougars (18-2-1, 13-1) all the momentum they needed.

Cross Country times: Courtesy of; Note: This is the final fall sports stat update of the season

The Myers Park Mustangs rallied from a two sets to one deficit to defeat the Ardrey Kell Knights in a five-set thriller Tuesday at Myers Park in the second round of the 4A NC state volleyball playoffs.

Playoff results and schedules from the NC Independent Schools Athletic Assocition’s tennis competitions, as well as the schedules for field hockey, soccer and volleyball, and the schedules and results for the NC High School Athletic Association’s dual-team tennis and volleyball.

Goals: Leila Evans 4. Shutout: Corbett Foster. Records: CLS 16-4, CA 9-8.

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For the second straight Friday night, the Mallard Creek Mavericks started the fourth quarter staring down a big MECKA 4A football conference loss. But Coach Mike Palmieriís team, locked in a tight defensive game with rival Vance at home, came out with a 29-22 win that puts them the driverís seat for another conference title.
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