Lake Norman Charter and Concord Cox Mill played to a 1-1 tie Wednesday evening in a meeting of girls’ soccer powers.
Cox Mill (1-0-2) took the lead in the 30th minute on a goal from Jordan Laubach. That score came on a set piece, with an assist from Sarah McHale.
Lake Norman Charter (1-0-1) tied the score on a goal by sophomore Ayden Yates, who scored on a pass from Olivia Masterton.
Kaela Rasenberger made five saves in goal for Lake Norman Charter, and Cox Mill’s Naomi Fountain made three stops.
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Summer Bishop (Lancaster Indian Land girls’ soccer): Bishop scored three goals in the first half, leading her team to a 4-1 victory over York.
Liza Crutchfield (Charlotte Latin girls’ lacrosse): The Hawks’ goalkeeper had nine saves and shut out Lake Norman through more than a half, as Latin won 10-3.
Jazzy Freeman (Butler softball): Freeman drove in four runs as the Bulldogs rolled over Rocky River 16-0.
Cori Sprinkle (Harrisburg Hickory Ridge softball): Sprinkle scored three times and had three hits in the Ragin’ Bulls’ 14-0 blanking of Providence.
Ellen Yang (Salisbury softball): Yang pitched a no-hitter and added three hits at the plate as the Hornets blanked North Rowan 13-0.
Carmel Christian 172, Christ the King 212: Drew Van Duke shot a 37 in leading Carmel Christian, in a match played at Cedarwood Country Club. Austin Brooks added a 40 and Austin Crotts a 43 for the winners. Trey Schneider’s 44 led Christ the King.
Fort Mill 157, York 194: Tyler Patterson shot a 35, leading the Yellow Jackets to victory in this match at Fort Mill Golf Club. Teammate Cam Cappuzzo added a 40, followed by Mike Wheeler and Griffin Tarver (each with 41). York’s top scorers were Bryson Benfield (45) and Landon Joye (46).
West Lincoln 161, Belmont South Point 197: Ramsey Coltrane shot an even-par 36 in leading West Lincoln. Teammate Dalton Adams added a 38, and Will Carpenter shot a 42.
Butler 9, South Mecklenburg 8: Cole Salton scored five goals for the Sabres. Butler was led by T.J. Cusick’s three goals. Connor Harmon and Zach Weisgarber added two goals each for Butler, and Blake Haas scored twice for South Mecklenburg.
Charlotte Latin 6, Fort Mill 5 (OT): Cole Barnes scored three times as the Hawks prevailed. Teammates Colin Geraghty and Martin Sumichrast added a goal and an assist each. Jack McGuire had a goal and an assist for Fort Mill.
Lake Norman Charter 20, Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 1: The Knights improved to 4-0 on the season, behind seven goals by Micah Stechmiller and four more from Zack Tubbs.
Ardrey Kell 5, Providence 4: The Knights won their season opener, behind victories from Jonathan Lee, Nikhil Nayar, Krishna Kartha and the doubles teams of Lee-Nayar and Carter McCleary-Aditya Srihari. Providence winners were Jason Rickey, Charlie Stamps, Jon Harrell and the team of Rickey-Ian Murphy.
East Mecklenburg 6, Independence 3: The Eagles took two of three doubles matches for the victory. East Mecklenburg winners were Nikhil Sadagopa, Jack Lorick, Gavin Ciganek, Griffin Knock and the teams of Sadagopa-Ben Goldman and Ciganek-Hart Walker. Patriot winners were Tucker Moore, Eli Hanrahan, and the team of Moore-Joseph Santos.
Providence Day 8, Gastonia Forestview 1: Charlie Shuls of Forestview won the No. 1 singles matches, but the Chargers swept the rest. Winners were Alex Sandoval, Jake Comisar, Evan Nalibotsky, Bo Lovett and James Kuran in singles, and the doubles teams of Alex Bitter-Sandoval, Nalibotsky-Comisar, and Lovett-Kuran.
Charlotte Latin 10, Lake Norman 3: Cece Colombo scored four goals and added an assist for the Hawks. Teammates Cecelia Monnin and Gia Colombo added two goals each.
Monroe Parkwood 8, Providence 7
Gaston Day 3, Westminster Catawba 0: Evie Polen, McKaley Boston and Ella Smith each scored for the victors (2-0).
Lancaster Indian Land 4, York 1: Indian Land bolted to a 3-0 halftime lead behind Summer Bishop’s hat trick and held on for the victory. Emily Gerdes got Indian Land’s fourth goal.
Salisbury 6, Central Davidson 0: Freshman Piper Muire scored three goals, and teammate Lille Rusher added a goal and two assists as the Hornets blanked their Central Carolina 2A foes.
South Rowan 9, Winston-Salem Oak Grove 0: Madison Henry scored five goals in this Central Carolina 2A match.
Alexander Central 19, Hickory 2 (3 innings): A 16-run first inning was all Alexander Central needed in this Northwestern 3A-4A game. Julie Gast and Ashley Seagle each drove in three runs, and winning pitcher Chesney Millsaps limited Hickory to four hits.
Ardrey Kell 11, Myers Park 7: The Knights (1-2) came from behind for a nonconference victory. Myers Park fell to 0-2.
Butler 16, Rocky River 0 (3 innings): The host Bulldogs scored seven runs in the second and six more in the third. Kate Smith had three hits for Butler.
Charlotte Catholic 20, South Mecklenburg 0 (3 innings): The visiting Cougars scored 12 times in the first inning. Kayla Boswell had two hits and Susie Borda drove in three runs.
East Lincoln 7, Lincoln Charter 6: Freshman Katelynn Crowe singled and hit a two-run homer in leading East Lincoln. Sophomore Kylie Thress added a single and double for the victors. Chloe Johnson homered for Lincoln Charter.
Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 14, Providence 0 (5 innings): Jenna Cirino and Maegan Garrison each drove in four runs for the visitors, who scored six times in the second inning.
Lake Norman 19, Hopewell 2 (4 innings): Amber Locasto went 3-for-4, with a double and a home run, for the winners. Teammate Amy Meister added two hits, including a home run.
Newton-Conover 17, Valdese Draughn 1 (5 innings): The host Red Devils scored 15 times in the third inning. Winning pitcher Destini Vines scattered three hits, and teammates Katelin Bradshaw and Kayla Holler each had two hits and three RBI.
North Davidson 9, South Rowan 3: Summer McKeon had three hits, including a home run, in a losing cause for South Rowan.
Salisbury 13, North Rowan 0: Ellen Yang pitched a no-hitter for the Hornets, in a game called after five innings because of the 10-run rule. Yang struck out 11, and she went 3-for-3 at the bat.
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