High School Sports

Friday’s Roundup: East Meck, Derrick Rabb dominate baseball win over Garinger

East Meck runner Derrick Rabb is #BIG5 performer for Friday, April 21
East Meck runner Derrick Rabb is #BIG5 performer for Friday, April 21 jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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Kaylie Nestor, Logan Bjorson, Sophie Ivie, Metrolina Christian softball: Nestor was 6-for-7 and with six RBIs in a doubleheader against SouthLake Christian. Metrolina won 13-2 and 15-4. Bjorson was 6-for-6 with five RBIs and Ivie was 5-for-6 with five runs scored.

Weddington tennis: beat Marvin Ridge 6-3 and won against the Mavericks for the first time in at least four years. Marvin Ridge can win a share of the Southern Carolina conference championship by beating Sun Valley Tuesday.

Hopewell-North Meck baseball: Friday’s game was suspended in the fifth inning with Hopewell leading 4-0. Some of the lights at North Meck’s field were out. The game will resume Saturday at 1 p.m.

Travel basketball kicks off: This was the first official weekend for many of the travel basketball leagues, including the adidas Gauntlet, Nike EYBL and Under Armour Association. adidas teams were in Dallas, Nike in Hampton, Va., and Under Armour in New York. Observer-area players were action at all three sites and at games throughout the Carolinas.

LINK: National champion North Carolina picks up commitment from 4-star 6-10 center

Friday’s #BIG5 Performers

Cece Columbo, Charlotte Latin girls lacrosse: three goals in a 13-5 win over Raleigh Ravenscroft

Bailey Dees, Seth McAulay, Hough baseball: Sparked a 9-0 win over Mallard Creek. Dees, a Penn State commit, pitched six scoreless innings while allowing only an infield single. He struck out five and walked one. McAulay, a designated hitter committed toWestern Carolina, had a homer, a double, and two RBI's.

John Hosmer, Will Jeffries, Charlotte Country Day baseball: 2-for-3 with two RBIs for Hosmer; 2-for-2 for Jeffries with a double and three RBIs in an 11-0 win over Cannon.

Bailey Lewis, Jasper Brown, Ardrey Kell girls soccer: two goals each in a 9-0 win over Berry.

Derrick Rabb, East Mecklenburg baseball: No-hitter for the pitcher in a 15-1 win over Garinger. Michael Bixby and Luke Little had two hits each. Bixby had two RBIs.

Friday’s Results

Baseball

CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 11, CANNON SCHOOL 0

CS 000 00x x 0 4 5

CCDS 016 4 xxx 11 7 1

Winning Pitcher: Merchant. Losing Pitcher: McKinsey.

Leading hitters CS:Handa 1-3, Estes 1-2. CCDS: Hosmer 2-3, 2RBI. Jeffries 2-2, 2B, 3RBI.

EAST MECKLENBURG 15, GARINGER 1

EM - 320(10)0-15-8-1

Gar - 00001 - 1-0-4

WP- Rabb - No Hitter

LP - Wilson

EM - Bixby 2-3, 2RBI; Little 2-2

HOUGH 9, MALLARD CREEK 0

MC 000 000 0 - 0 1 2

HOU 023 022 x - 9 10 2

WP - Bailey Dees. LP - Konni Durschlag

Leading Hitters: MC: Durschlag (1-3). HOU: Seth McAulay (2-4, double, home rum, 2 RBI), Jack Morcello (2-4, 2 RBI), Tanner Ayers (2-2, 1 RBI), Zac Linkner (1-2, 2 RBI), Bailey Dees (1-3, 2 RBI)

Records: Hough is 14-6 on the season and 9-0 in the MECKA. Mallard Creek is 7-11 overall and 5-5 in the MECKA.

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 5, GREATER CABARRUS 0

GCS. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 1 1

LNC. 1 0 4 0 0 0 X. 5 8 2

WP- Grayson Hickert

LP - Seth Cauble

Leading Hitters

LNC

Grayson Hickert - 2 for 2, 2RBI's

Daniel Alperi - 2 for 2, 1RBI

Michael Ashford - 2 for 4, 1R

Ryan Farkas 1 for 3, HR, 1RBI, 2R's

Jacob Hege - 1 for 2, 1R

GCS

Wallace - 1 for 3

MARVIN RIDGE 4, CUTHBERTSON 0

Cuthbertson 000 000 0 -- 0 2 0

Marvin 301 000 X -- 4 6 1

WP: Matthew Helms (4-1). LP: Macklin

Leading Hitters MR: C Parr 2-3, B Bilodeau 1-2, RBI, S. Ridge 1-2, J Kuchmaner 1-3, 2 RBIs

Leading Hitters C: M Ohs 1-3, RBI; T. Dellacroce 1-2

Girls Soccer

ARDREY KELL 9, BERRY 0

Goals: Erika Frost; Jasper Brown (2); Ainsley Nalevaiko; Bailey Lewis (2); Jillian Holt; Delaney Teague; Sam Watt

Assists: Bentley Settin; Sam Watt; Nicole Perdomo; Jasper Brown; Becca Vanbuskirk (2)

Shutout: Kate Duncan and Sydney Harris

GASTON DAY 6, CONCORD FIRST ASSEMBLY 0

Goals: McKaley Boston (2), Leslie Coffey, Olivia Reiber, Ashley Beaty, and Luisa Schenk.

Assists: Fiona Geraghty and Luisa Schenk.

Notes: Susan Wilkerson and Cameron Harris split time in net to preserve the shutout for Gaston Day. Gaston Day (10-5-0, 6-3-0) will play Northside Christian at home on Tuesday 4/25 at 5:30 p.m.

MYERS PARK - 6, INDEPENDENCE - 0

Scoring: MP: Ari Maibodi 2, Amanda Stines 2, Kendall Edwards, Tyler Brading

Shutout: Abby Britt, Corey Choka

Records: - MP: 9-0-2 (9-0-0); I: 1-4-0 (0-3-0)

Softball

CANNON SCHOOL 10, CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 4

Cannon 1 0 3 2 1 2 0 10-14-2

Char Country Day 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4-5-3

WP - K. Grissom

LP - A. Farrar

Leading Hitters:

Cannon - L. Matthews 3-5 3B, E. Hurley 3-4, G. Holloway 3-3 2B 4 RBI, S. Grissom 3-4

CCD - J. Wise 1-3 2B, E. Moore 1-2

METROLINA CHRISTIAN 13, SOUTHLAKE CHRISTIAN 2

SLC 2 0 0 xxxx 2 2 2

MCA 10 3 x xxxx 13 12 1

Game 2

METROLINA CHRISTIAN 15, SOUTHLAKE CHRISTIAN 4

MCA 3 3 0 1 8 xx 15 21 1

SCA 1 2 0 1 0 xx 4 10 0

Kaylie Nestor, MCA: 6-7 6 RBIs (both)

Logan Bjorson, MCA: 6-6 5 RBIs

Sophie Ivie, MCA: 5-6 5 runs scored

Metrolina Christian (12-4)

Girls Lacrosse

CHARLOTTE LATIN 13, RALEIGH RAVENSCROFT 5

Charlotte Latin Goals/Assists: Cece Colombo- 3 goals; Gia Colombo- 2 goals; Olivia Clements- 2 goals, 2 assists; Emma Mathews- 2 goals; Kate Anderson- 1 goal, 1 assist; Cecelia Monnin- 1 goal, 1 assist; Gracie Colombo 1 goal; Virginia Troutman- 1 goal, 1 assist; Julia Holtzer- 1 assist; Hena Nair- 7 saves out of 10 shots; Liza Crutchfield- 3 saves out of 5 shots

Boys Tennis

WEDDINGTON 6, MARVIN RIDGE 3

SINGLES

Line 1 - John Hatala (MR) def. Logan Trimp (W) 6-2, 6-2

Line 2 - William Hatt (W) def. Michael Kronovet (MR) 7-6, 6-3

Line 3 - Nicholas Spera (W) def. Chris Graveline (MR) 6-3, 6-3

Line 4 - Grant Kimner (W) def. Ethan Traub (MR) 6-3, 6-3

Line 5 - Henry Hatt (W) def. Sammy Marks (MR) 6-1, 6-0

Line 6 - Zach Schwartz (MR) def. Ben Juhl (W) 6-0, 6-1

DOUBLES

Line 1 - John Hatala/Michael Kronovet (MR) def. Ben Juhl/Logan Trimp 8-5

Line 2 - Nicholas Spera/Grant Kimner (W) def. Chris Graveline/Ethan

Traub (MR) 8-2

Line 3 - Henry Hatt/William Hatt (W) def. Sammy Marks/Zach Schwartz (MR) 8-4

Note: Weddington plays Sun Valley next and a win will clinch the conference title - MR plays Sun Valley on Tuesday and a win will mean co-conference champs.

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