Two big plays by a freshman helped make the difference Friday in a meeting of undefeated Charlotte girls’ soccer teams.
Katie Peroulas scored two goals, helping lift Providence Day past visiting Charlotte Catholic 4-0.
Morgan Hart and Jennifer Cahill added goals for the Chargers, who improved to 8-0-2 overall. It was the first loss in 13 games this season for Charlotte Catholic.
Gracie Colombo (Charlotte Latin girls’ lacrosse): Colombo scored six goals in the Hawks’ 18-6 victory over Asheville School.
Allison Herrera (Lenoir Hibriten girls’ soccer): Herrera, a senior scored three goals and added a pair of assists as the Panthers blanked Claremont Bunker Hill 9-0. For the season, Herrera has 33 goals and 13 assists in 15 games.
Mary Elliott McCabe (Charlotte Latin girls’ soccer): McCabe scored four times as the Hawks beat visiting Concord Cannon School 7-1.
Aubrey Mowery (York girls’ soccer): A junior, Mowery scored four goals in York’s 4-1 S.C. Region 3 4A victory over Rock Hill South Pointe.
Charlotte Country Day 15, Charlotte Christian 14: The Buccaneers led 11-8 at the half, but the Knights battled back in the second half.
Marvin Ridge 9, Charlotte Catholic 8 (OT): The Mavericks improved to 12-1 on the season.
Monroe Parkwood 9, Queen’s Grant 2: Parkwood earned its first victory of the season in 11 tries.
Waxhaw Cuthbertson 12, Hickory St. Stephens 7
S.C. REGION 4 5A
Fort Mill Nation Ford 1, Clover 0: Nation Ford won with a goal in the final 10 minutes.
Northwestern def. Fort Mill, PK’s: After playing to a 1-1 draw through regulation and overtime, the Trojans outscored the Yellow Jackets 3-0 on penalty kicks.
S.C. REGION 3 4A
Rock Hill South Pointe 3, York 2: The Stallions took a battle for first place and are now 7-1 in the region. York falls to 6-2.
Charlotte Latin 6, Concord Cannon School 3: Cannon School took the top two singles matches, with Sean Jenkins beating Ian Bircak and Davis Norton topping Smith O’Leary. Both matches were tightly contested. The Hawks then swept the remaining singles matches, with victories by Andrew Lewis, Jackson Willett, Taylor Pearce and Will Coburn.
The teams of Coburn-Lewis and Adam Darwich-Willett won in doubles for Latin, while Cannon’s team of Jenkins-Norton prevailed.
Charlotte Latin 18, Asheville School 6: Cecelia Colombo had two goals and two assists in support of Gracie Colombo’s six goals.
Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 19, Charlotte Country Day 8: Ellen Ambler Moseley and Sadie Charles Calome each scored twice for the Buccaneers.
Hough 9, Hopewell 0: The Huskies improved to 8-0 in the conference.
Mallard Creek 9, Vance 0
SO MECK 7 4A
Ardrey Kell 3, South Mecklenburg 1
East Mecklenburg 3, Garinger 1: Emma Anderson, Lauren Shea and Alice Benston scored goals for the Eagles in this road victory.
Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 9, Rocky River 0: The Ragin’ Bulls scored a road victory and improved to 6-1 in the conference, keeping within sight of first-place Myers Park.
Independence 2, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 1 (OT): The host Patriots scored in the first overtime.
Myers Park 9, Butler 0: The Mustangs improved to 8-0 in the conference (11-0-1 overall), with Abby Britt and Charlotte Butler sharing time in goal for the shutout.
Charlotte Latin 7, Concord Cannon School 1: The host Hawks improved to 3-0 in the conference (9-1-1 overall), with Mary Elliott McCabe’s four goals and six assists from Sutton Jones.
Alexander Central 9, West Caldwell 0
Boone Watauga 2, South Caldwell 1: The Pioneers handed South Caldwell its first conference loss of the season. The teams are now tied for first place with 7-1 records.
BIG SOUTH 3A
Boiling Springs Crest 10, Gastonia Ashbrook 1: The theme of the night in the Big South was lopsided victories. Crest improved to 7-1 in the conference, scoring seven goals in the first half.
Cramerton Stuart Cramer 10, Lawndale Burns 1: Zoe Bourque scored three goals and added two assists for the Storm. Also scoring two goals each were Courtney Mullis and Mackenzie Quinlan.
Kings Mountain 13, Gastonia Huss 0: Lindsay Deaver scored four goals, Cassidy Calhoun added two goals and four assists, and the Mountaineers remained first in the conference with a 7-0-1 record.
SOUTH PIEDMONT 3A
Concord Jay M. Robinson 3, Northwest Cabarrus 2 (OT): The Bulldogs won with a second-overtime goal.
Lenoir Hibriten 9, Claremont Bunker Hill 0: The Panthers improved to 7-0 in the conference (14-1 overall) behind Allison Herrera’s three goals and two more each from Macy Penley and Patricia Summer.
Newton Fred T. Foard 2, Morganton Patton 1: Down 1-0 at the half, the Tigers rallied for a victory. They are 6-1 in the conference, a game behind Hibriten.
SOUTH PIEDMONT 1A
Lincoln Charter 9, Cherryville 0: The Eagles built an 8-0 halftime lead and are now 10-0 in the conference (12-0 overall). They have outscored opponents 88-2 this season.
Indian Trail Metrolina Christian 1, Gaston Christian 0: The visiting Lions improved to 10-0 in the conference.
Northside Christian 2, Concord First Assembly 1 (OT): Northside scored in the first overtime. Megan Miller had both of the team’s goals, and goalkeeper Khalia McClure made 12 saves.
Carmel Christian 9, Rock Hill Westminster Catawba 4: Dana DeSilva and Jenna Wilson each had three goals and three assists for the victors. Sydney Billman scored twice for Catawba.
S.C. REGION 4 5A
Clover 3, Fort Mill Nation Ford 0: The Blue Eagles improved to 4-1 in the region (16-1 overall). Their only loss this season was in a penalty-kick shootout to Fort Mill.
Fort Mill 6, Northwestern 0: The Yellow Jackets (5-0 in the region) won behind two goals each from Livie Dechert and Lexi Barrowclough.
S.C. REGION 3 4A
York 4, Rock Hill South Pointe 1: Kinley McManis and Mercades Beasley each had a pair of assists, and the Cougars won this first-place showdown. York is 8-0 in the region, while the Stallions fall to 5-2.
China Grove Jesse Carson 5, Davie County 0: Gracie Thomason (three goals, one assist) and Lani Isley (one goal, two assists) led the hosts.
Forest City Chase 2, Brevard 2
Fort Mill Comenius 7, Grace Academy 2: Ronya White, Erin Cepeda and Jessica Prescott each scored a pair of goals for the Knights.
Monroe Central Academy 2, Richmond Senior 0: The visiting Cardinals scored twice in the second half, and goalkeeper Heidi Picazo-Gonzales made five saves in registering the shutout.
Monroe Union Academy 8, Unionville Piedmont 0: The Cardinals improved to 14-1, scoring four times in each half.
South Iredell 2, Asheville 0: The Vikings won this battle of 3A powers, with Rylee Gaus getting the shutout in goal. South Iredell is now 10-0-1, while Asheville falls to 10-2-1.
Statesville Christian 5, Burlington School 0
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