↑ Ciara Murphy, Davidson Day girls soccer: Four goals in a 5-0 win over Wesleyan Christian.
↑ Charlotte Catholic baseball: eight straight wins after Tuesdays victory against Berry. Catholic coach Randy Belk got his 398th win.
↑ Cameron Price, Piedmont baseball: Nine strikeouts and win in 8-0 win over West Stanly. Price was 2-4 with two triples for Piedmont (9-1).
↑ Katrina Cassel, Hough softball: nine strikeouts, no earned runs allowed in 15-3 win over North Mecklenburg.
Tuesdays Top Performers
Brandi Arey, Hough girls soccer: Two goals and an assist in a 7-0 win over North Meck. Hough, the reigning N.C. 4A state champion, is 5-0. Marnie Merritt and Maddie Domico shared the shutout.
Nick Cantafio, Cuthbertson baseball: complete game shutout for Cantafio, a Charleston Southern signee, in a 3-0 win over Forest Hills. Cuthbertson is 5-1, 4-0 in the Rocky River conference.
Anna Comer, Country Day girls lacrosse: five goals in a 19-1 win over Lake Norman Charter.
Katharine Dattolo, Charlotte Catholic softball: 2-2 with a triple and two RBIs in a 21-2 win over Berry.
Anna Estep, Cannon girls soccer: Two goals in a 2-1 win over Charlotte Country Day (2-2-1). Cannon is 6-1.
Chance Grey, Carmel Christian baseball: 3-3 with an RBI during a 7-6 loss to Pine Lake Prep.
Josh Harley, Hayden Smith, Charlotte Latin baseball: Smith was 2-4 with two RBIs and Harley 2-3 with an RBI in a 8-3 win over Cannon.
Caleb Hensley, Metrolina Christian golf: Shot 39 to win medalist honors in a match with Hickory Grove at Pine Lake Country Club. Hensley was the only golfer to shoot under 40 over 9 holes.
Spencer Hutchinson, Covenant Day baseball: 2-4 with an RBI in a 5-3 win over Providence Day. Daniel Stack was 2-3 with a double and an RBI for Providence Day.
Joella Knopf, Freedom girls soccer: Freshman scored off an assist from junior Kayla Wilson to give the Patriots their first win over R-S Central since entering the South Mountain conference in 2010. Freedom won 1-0 and junior Quay Mills got the shutout.
Kayla McGuffey, Mackenzie Winslow, Lake Norman softball: nine put outs in 10 chances for McGuffey. Mackenzie Winslow was nine for nin in 2-0 win over Hopewell. Lake Norman is 6-0.
Luke Miller, South Meck baseball: 2-3 with a home run, three runs scored and four RBIs in a 14-0 win over Independence.
Morgan Whitesides, Gaston Day girls soccer: Four goals in a 9-0 win over United Faith.
Taylor Wike, Alexander Central softball: 4-4 with four runs scored and two RBIs in a 7-2 win over Canon McMillan (Penn.).
All District 10 Basketball
Here is the All-District 10 high school basketball team. It features players from Gaston, Catawba, Burke, Cleveland, Lincoln and Rutherford Counties. The team is voted on by the N.C. Basketball Coaches Association.
First Team: Clay Byrd, East Burke; Gabe DeVoe, Shelby; Travis Waldrop-Rodriguez, East Rutherord; Trever Hyatt, East Burke; Devonte Boykins, East Rutherford
Second Team: Kerigan Farley, St. Stephens; Donte Falls, Shelby; Antonio Blalock, Ashbrook; Zach Jarrett, Hickory; Darrion Evans, Freedom
Third Team: Jordan Turner, Foard; Chazz Surratt, East Lincoln; Chris Wray, Shelby; James Tilman, Kings Mountain; Delshon Leach, Ashbrook
Player of the year: Clay Byrd, East Burke
Coach of the year: Aubrey Hollifield, Shelby
By The Numbers
5: Doubles for Maidens softball team in 3-2 win over South Iredell: Lindsey Schronce, Mollie Sigmon and Jessica Cooper each had one. Emily Crouse had two. Schronce also had a home run.
5-0: Record for Myers Parks golf team after a 135-154 win over Ardrey Kell. Philip Oweida and Austin Morrison both shot team-low scores of 33 over 9 holes.
10: Saves for Charlotte Latin lacrosse goalie Emerson Schaeffer in a 12-8 over Fort Mill.
30: Consecutive wins for Houghs girls soccer team after Tuesdays 7-0 win over North Mecklenburg.