↑Julia Menkhaus, Charlotte Catholic swimming: USA Swimming Scholastic All-American has committed to Virginia. Menkhaus is a four-time N.C. 4A state champion. She won both the 100 fly and 100 back in her sophomore and junior years, and set the 4A state record in the 100 fly at the 2017 NCHSAA 4A State Championships. She was a natonally ranked gymnast with USA Gymnastics from ages 4-12.
↓Tropical Storm Harvey: the former Hurricane is expected to create heavy rain in the Charlotte area Thursday and Friday. That will force big changes to high school football and fall sports’ schedules. Click here for more
↑East Rutherford football: offering support to the players and families of Dickinson (TX) High, which has been seriously affected by Hurricane Harvey. East Rutherford is raising money to help support the school and wearing the team’s logo on their helmets.
↑Ellie Beuley, Charlotte Latin, Ajani Williams, Charlotte Country Day cross-country: winners of a CISAA meet Tuesday at McAlpine Park.
Tuesday’s Top Performers
Salmata Berrie, Mooresville volleyball: 11 kills, four blocks in a 3-0 win over North Meck.
Aly DeFrancisco, Gaston Day volleyball: 15 assists, six aces, four digs in a 3-0 win over Northside Christian. Gaston Day (10-0) hosts reigning NCISAA 2A state champion Davidson Day Thursday.
Lisandro Lopez, Alexander Central soccer: 3-goal hat trick in a 6-1 win over Bandys. Oscar Lopez had two assists for Alexander (4-1), which hosts Lincolnton Wednesday night.
Ty Owens, Gaston Day soccer: hat trick in a 4-1 win over Northside Christian. Corey Chambers got his fifth shutout of the season.
Zoe Weatherington, Kayla Spangler, Charlotte Country Day volleyball: In a 3-0 win over Hickory Grove, Weatherington had 22 kills, three digs; Spangler had 28 assists, four aces and four digs.
Connor White, Christ The King cross-country: Won a multi-meet at Cannon School Tuesday in a time of 16 minutes, 20.88 seconds, winning by 16 seconds over second place.
Login Williams, Hough volleyball: 23 assists in a 3-0 win over Hopewell.
Tuesday’s Field Hockey Results
Myers Park 1, Providence Day 0
Goal - Riley Amory
Assist - Megan Frost
Tuesday’s Volleyball Results
Alexander Central 3, West Caldwell 0
25-7. 25-13, 25-8
Notes: Chesney Millsaps (8 kills, 4 blocks), Sage Harrington (8 kills, 1 block), Lanie Goforth (5 kills, 1 block), Ashlee Falls (4 kills), and Kelsea DeJarnette (4 kills). Setters Kacey Payne and Valorie Wheeler combined for 28 assists.
Charlotte Catholic 3, Piedmont 0
United Faith 3, Northills Christian 0
UFCA defeated Northhills Christian school 3-0 with scores of 16-25, 14-25, 17-25.
Tuesday’s Soccer Results
Charlotte Country Day 4, Hickory Grove 0
CCDS 4 HGCS 0
4-0 @ half
3rd minute: CCDS - Johnny Bingham (Stuart Windell)
4th minute: CCDS - Hidde Ploeger (Elliot Davies)
11th minute: CCDS - Stuart Windell (Tomasso Traccanelli)
37th minute: CCDS - Patrick Dellinger (Johnny Bingham)
Shutout (3rd): Connor McPhilliamy & Max Reuter
CCDS now 3-0-2
HGCS now 1-3-0
Charlotte Latin 2, Charlotte Christian 0
Latin Ben McCarter and Parker Nielsen
Shutout Scott Okel
Latin 2-3-1 1-0-0
Christian 2-5-0 0-1-0
Gaston Christian School 10 - Southlake Christian Academy 0
Goals and assists:Ryan Olson: 2g, 1a; Colten brewer 2g; Davis McBee 2g; Frank Lopez 1g 1a; D'ale Rodriguez 1g; Jake Hoyle 1g; Nate Hoover 1g; Blaine Rudisill 3a; Jacob Foster 1a; Jacob Neely 1a; Justin Farris 1a
Record 5-2-0. Next game, we host Covenant Day Thursday 7:00pm
High Point Wesleyan 6, Cannon 1
Covenant Day 1 (Will Boatwright)
Wesleyan Academy 6 (Caleb Compton, Austin Ashe, Gyslain Ndayikengurukiye, Malik Brahim (2), Konner Robbins)
Tuesday’s Tennis Results
Catholic 9, Parkwood 0
Rose Kenny d. Brianna Nachtigal 6-1, 6-0
Catie Nelson d. Peyton Edwards 6-0, 6-0
Lizzy Fiepke d. Allison Hodge 6-0, 6-0
Logan Stuckey d. Bridget Jones 6-0, 6-0
Domenica Merino d. Rachel McGill 6-0, 6-0
Carly Barhorst d. Kassidy Sullivan 6-0, 6-0
Kenny / Fiepke d. Nachtigal / Edwards 8-1
Nelson / Barhorst d. Hodge / Jones 8-0
Stuckey / Morgan McElhaney d. McGill / Sullivan 8-0
MARVIN RIDGE 9, CUTHBERTSON 0
Ainsley Zubrinsky(MR) d. Ally Gray(C) 6-2, 6-4; Rebecca Mastrangelo(MR) d. Nikita Umesh(C) 6-0, 6-2; Sophie Imhof(MR) d. Khloe Burns(C) 6-0, 6-0; Lauren Wilson(MR) d. Grace Coleman(C) 6-3, 6-7(4), 10-4; Ritika TejwaniMR) d. Lilla Gladden(C) 6-0, 6-1; Ria Shah(MR) d. Valeri Umesh(C) 6-1, 6-2
Zubrinsky/Imhof(MR) d. Gray/Gladden(C) 8-1
Mastrangelo/Tejwani(MR) d. Burns/Coleman(C) 8-0
Shah/Emily VanDerveer(MR) d. N. Umesh/V. Umesh(C) 9-7
Records: MR 3-0
Weddington 9 Sun Valley 0
1. Riya Vasa WHS defeated Caitlin Collins SVHS 6-0 6-1
2. Haley Kimner WHS defeated McCarty Beckerman SVHS 6-0 6-0
3. Nele Steffens WHS defeated Sophie Trantham SVHS 6-0 6-1
4. Katie Boyd WHS defeated D'Kayla Thomas SVHS 6-0 6-0
5. Ashley Price WHS defeated Olivia Newton SVHS 6-0 6-0
6. Roma Spera WHS defeated Rachel Comicki SVHS 6-0 6-0
1. Karen Rayes/Maddie Wasucko WHS defeated Caitlin Collins/McCarty Beckerman SVHS 8-0
2. Arianna Schwartz/Megan Geraghty WHS defeated Emily Watts/D'Kayla Thomas SVHS 8-0
3. Natalia Montangnse/Lauren Hutchison WHS defeated Rachel Comicki/Hannah Williams SVHS 8-0