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Roundup: Latin’s Moon Cheong wins CISAA conference girls’ golf title

Charlotte Latin’s Moon Cheong shot a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to win the CISAA conference girls’ golf individual title.
Charlotte Latin’s Moon Cheong shot a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to win the CISAA conference girls’ golf individual title. ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

Charlotte Latin’s Moon Cheong shot a 1-under-par 71 at the Ballantyne Country Club Tuesday to win the CISAA conference girls’ individual golf championship.

Cheong won by one stroke over Cannon School’s Muskan Uppal, who shot 72.

Charlotte Latin won the team title with a score of 233. That was well ahead of Providence Day (250), Cannon (253) and Charlotte Country Day (297).

Roundup

Charlotte Christian boys’ soccer 3, Covenant Day 2: Grant Kiker had two goals in the win for the Knights. Teammate Sam Korolos had one goal and one assist.

Charlotte Country Day soccer 2, Charlotte Latin 0: Eli Roddey and Walker Gillespie scored for Country Day and goalie Jack Vaughn recorded the shutout. Country Day improved to 12-3-4, 9-0-1 in the CISAA. Latin fell to 9-2-4, 4-1-2.

Lake Norman Charter volleyball 3, South Point 0: Katie McLellan had four aces, eight digs and a kill to spark her team to the easy win. Lake Norman Charter won 25-12, 25-16 and 25-10. Kelsey Lambert and Sabrina Pinard had four kills each for Lake Norman Charter (13-5, 10-2 Big South).

Providence Day field hockey 2, Charlotte Country Day 1: Emma Goldean and Celine Ives scored for the Chargers. Country Day got its goal from Anna Rhyne.

Central Academy girls’ tennis 9, Monroe 0: Central Academy’s win - sparked by 6-0, 6-0 wins by No. 1 and No. 2 singles stars Kaley Williford and Kendall Yelverton - clinched the Rocky River title. Central is 14-1 in league play.

Cox Mill volleyball 3, West Rowan 0: Cox Mill improved to 23-0 overall and 17-0 in the South Piedmont conference. Cox Mill will try to finish the regular season unbeaten Thursday at Carson.

Covenant Day volleyball 3, Charlotte Christian 0: Covenant Day clinched a share of the CISAA championship, winning 25-13, 25-15 and 25-14.

Tuesday’s Top Performers

Clarissa Bates, Nation Ford volleyball: 29 assists, nine digs in a 3-0 win over Clover. Teammate Quin Sutphin had 14 kills.

Ethan DeSilva, Reed Hunnicut, South Meck soccer: Two assists each in a 4-1 win over Providence for first place in the SoMeck 8 conference.

Emily Madrzykowski, Ardrey Kell field hockey: Two goals in a 2-1 win over Myers Park. Amanda Lopez and Avery Seward had the assists.

Jena Metwalli, Cannon girls cross-country: Ran a time of 18:44 to win a multi-team meet by 12 seconds. Providence Day won the team title ahead of Weddington.

Cecelia Monin, Charlotte Latin field hockey: Two goals in a 5-0 win over Christ Church Episcopal.

Mitchell Resor, Weddington cross-country: Ran a time of 15 minutes, 57 seconds to win a multi-team meet at McAlpine Park. Weddington won the team title over Providence Day.

On Tap

Charlotte-Mecklenburg School fall sports conference championships: Southwestern 4A cross country (Oct. 21 at Myers Park, 4 p.m.); tennis (Oct. 14 at Rocky River); volleyball (Oct. 19-21 at Independence)

MECKA cross country (Oct. 21 at McAlpine, 4 p.m.); tennis (Oct. 14 at Mallard Creek); volleyball (Oct. 19-21 at West Charlotte)

SoMeck 8 cross country (Oct. 22 at McAlpine, 4 p.m.); tennis (Oct. 14 at Ardrey Kell); volleyball (Oct. 19-21 at Charlotte Catholic)

Hough at Mallard Creek soccer, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: Hough (12-1-2, 6-0 MECKA 8) looks to take a big step toward the league title facing second-place Mallard Creek (6-10-1, 5-1).

NCHSAA girls golf regionals: Regional play is Oct. 19-20. The 4A West regional is at Brushy Mountain in Taylorsville Monday, Oct. 19.

The state finals are Oct. 26-27

NCHSAA girls’ tennis individual regionals: Set for Oct. 23-24 (4A is at Ardrey Kell). The state finals are Oct. 30-31. (the first round of the dual team playoffs is Oct. 20).

CISAA Conference Golf Championship

The CISAA conference championship (18 holes) was played Tuesday at Ballantyne Country Club. The tournament was played from the gold tees (5,266 yards).

Charlotte Latin:

Moon Cheong - 71

Alexis Sudianto - 76

Anna Sybrecht - 86

Team Score: 233

Providence Day:

Roshnee Sharma - 76

Rhea Bhagia - 89

Rea Madan - 85

Team Score: 250

Cannon School:

Muskan Uppal - 72

Elena Jacoby - 86

Mirabella Calabrase - 95

Team Score: 253

Charlotte Country Day:

Emy Pickens - 90

Aish Sharma - 96

Anderson Schraeder - 111

Team Score: 297

Conference champion: Charlotte Latin - 233

Second place: Providence Day - 250

Third place: Cannon School - 253

CISAA 1st-team all-conference girls’ golf team

1. Moon Cheong - Charlotte Latin

2. Roshnee Sharma - Providence Day

3. Alexis Sudjianto - Charlotte Latin

4. Rhea Bhagia - Providence

5. Anna Sybrecht - Charlotte Latin

6. Muskan Uppal - Cannon School

CISAA 2nd-team all-conference girls’ golf team

1. Rea Madan - Providence Day

2. Aish Sharma - Charlotte Country Day

3. Elena Jacoby - Cannon School

4. Emy Pickens - Charlotte Country Day

5. Mirabella Calabrase - Cannon School

6. Kaela McConnell - Providence Day

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