The Gilley twins are at it again for East Lincoln High’s soccer team.
Chase Gilley set a school record last year with 26 goals. His brother Logan already has 16 goals in the Mustangs’ first five games, and Chase isn’t far behind with 11.
The two brothers, juniors with the Mustangs, combined for eight goals and four assists Monday in their team’s 8-0 home rout of Fort Mill Comenius.
Logan Gilley had six goals and an assist. Chase added two goals and three assists.
East Lincoln, now 5-0, travels to Central Cabarrus on Thursday.
Walker Gillespie (Charlotte Country Day soccer): Gillespie’s four goals, including two in the opening five minutes, led the Buccaneers past Indian Trail Metrolina Christian 8-0.
Logan Gilley (East Lincoln soccer): Gilley, a junior, scored six goals and added an assist as the Mustangs blanked Fort Mill Comenius 8-0.
Zoe Weatherington (Charlotte Country Day volleyball): Weatherington had 19 kills in the Buccaneers’ 3-0 sweep of Indian Trail Metrolina Christian.
Butler 5, Olympic 1: The Bulldogs built a 4-0 halftime lead. Jacob Dabrowiak and Damian Perez Vazquez each scored their third goals of the season, and Dylan Rossonano, Connor Harmon and Jordani Martinez added single tallies. Sam Fuentes scored on a penalty kick for Olympic.
Cabarrus Stallions 3, Queens Grant 1: The Stallions outscored Queens Grant 2-0 in the second half. Micah Parker scored for Queens Grant.
Charlotte Catholic 3, Ardrey Kell 1: The Cougars broke a 1-1 halftime tie and improved their record to 4-0-1. The Knights fell to 2-2-1.
Charlotte Country Day 8, Indian Trail Metrolina Christian 0: Walker Gillespie scored in the third and fifth minutes, getting the Buccaneers off to a big start. Gillespie finished with four goals, and Stokes Yarborough added a goal and two assists.
Davidson Day 3, Rock Hill Westminster Catawba 0: Freshman Carter Laatsch scored two goals and added an assist, and Mark Breunig got the Patriots’ other tally.
East Mecklenburg 8, Berry Academy 0: The Eagles scored six first-half goals and cruised. Luis Alanis (three goals, one assist) and Kin Nung (two assists) led the way.
Hough 4, Community School of Davidson 1: Mathew DaCosta’s two goals and Benjamin Tumey’s two assists carried the Huskies. Adam Jeffrey and Evan Ghiloni added single goals for Hough.
Kannapolis Brown 3, Hopewell 0: Wynston Johnson scored two goals and added an assist, and goalkeeper Alex Palomares registered his second shutout of the season for the Wonders.
Lake Norman Charter 3, Christ the King 2: Joey Wesley scored two goals and Cole Rassenburger added a goal for the Knights (1-2-1). Josh Armstrong and Ben Russell scored for Christ the King (1-4), with Russell’s goal coming on a penalty kick.
North Mecklenburg 1, Boone Watauga 0: The host Vikings improved to 3-2, dropping the Pioneers to 4-2-1.
Vance 11, Harding 2: Geovany Maldonado’s four goals and two assists led the way for the Cougars. Emmanuel Muin II added three goals and an assist.
Raeford Hoke County 2, Lumberton 1
Richmond Senior 8, Pembroke Purnell Swett 0: Carlos Acocer and Steven Morales each scored twice for the Raiders, and Evyn Brower added a goal and an assist. Acocer also had an assist.
Southern Pines Pinecrest 9, Fayetteville Seventy-First 0
CENTRAL CAROLINA 2A
Ledford 2, West Davidson 1
Lexington 2, Central Davidson 0
North Davidson 4, Winston-Salem Oak Grove 2
Salisbury 3, Thomasville 2: The visiting Hornets won their conference opener and improved to 5-0 overall.
South Rowan 2, East Davidson 1: The hosts took their conference opener and improved to 3-1-1- overall.
YADKIN VALLEY 1A
North Moore 2, Misenheimer Gray Stone Day 1
North Stanly 6, South Davidson 3: The host Comets improved to 1-1 in the conference.
West Montgomery 2, South Stanly 0
Gaston Christian 9, Hickory Grove Christian 0: The host Eagles cruised behind the three goals of Jacob Neels and Davis McGee. McGee also had two assists.
Belmont South Point 2, Cramerton Stuart Cramer 1
China Grove Carson 4, Concord Jay M. Robinson 1: Jesse Carson scored three times in the second half.
Concord Covenant Classical 5, Mooresville Bradford Prep 1: Covenant Classical outscored its foe 3-0 in the second half. Scoring for the victors were Weston Cregger, Noah Floge, Sage Rudolph, Corey Loudermilk and Gabriel Oliphant.
Concord Cox Mill 2, Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 1: Jessie Dancy and Kyle Bars scored Cox Mill goals.
East Rutherford 7, Lawndale Burns 2
Gastonia Huss 6, Gastonia Piedmont Charter 0
Hickory 5, Morganton Patton 2: Brayden Rowland scored twice and added an assist for the Red Tornadoes, and Ben Boston added two assists. Hickory’s other goals came from Alex Gonzalez, Jaryd Stilwell and Hector Diaz.
Indian Trail Porter Ridge 1, Weddington 0: The Pirates scored in the second half and improved to 5-1. They have outscored opponents 18-2 in their last five matches.
Lenoir Hibriten 1, South Caldwell 1: Hibriten is now 3-0-2 on the season, with South Caldwell at 1-1-3.
Monroe 6, Marshville Forest Hills 2: Monroe outscored the Yellow Jackets 3-0 in the second half.
Monroe Parkwood 4, Monroe Union Academy 2: Sean Gundacker scored twice for Parkwood, and Nicolai and Jonpaul Escobal each added a goal and an assist. Gaston Moise and Phillip Cail got goals for Union Academy.
Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 1, Boonville Starmount 0: Pine Lake Prep improved to 3-0 on the season.
Newton-Conover 2, Black Mountain Owen 0: The Red Devils improved to 4-1.
North Iredell 6, Maiden 1: Junior Chavez had three goals, and Juan Nieto, Hunter Ketchie and Jose Lopez added single tallies. Frankie Barnes got the shutout in goal.
R-S Central 3, McDowell 2: The Hilltoppers outscored McDowell 2-0 in the second half. Caleb Taub, Tristan Chavez and Alex Hernandez scored for the victors.
Shelby 2, Kings Mountain 2: Danny Carley and Christian Quevedo-Johns scored for Kings Mountain.
Unionville Piedmont 3, Concord 3: The visiting Panthers outscored Concord 3-1 in the second half, netting a tie. Bryan Viveros scored two goals and Keyshawn Davies added one for Piedmont. Carson Trott had two Concord goals, with David Juarez scoring the other.
West Caldwell 5, Newton Fred T. Foard 1: The hosts led 4-0 by halftime.
West Iredell 3, West Rowan 0: West Iredell did all its scoring in the first half.
West Stanly 5, East Rowan 2: The host Colts outscored the Mustangs 3-0 in the second half. Alex Kalegeromitros scored both East Rowan goals.
Girls’ field hockey
Providence Day 1, Covenant Day 0: Bennett Ann McIver scored on an assist from Jacquelyn Ives for the Chargers, who had 27 shots in the game.
Lady Charger Invitational: Providence Day scored 289 in the tournament, at River Run Country Club in Davidson. Scores for Concord Cox Mill, Concord Cannon and Charlotte Country Day were not available. Kaela McConnell led Providence Day with a 92, Rhea Bhagia shot a 95, and Clare Steigerwalt had a 102.
Lake Norman Charter 149, Christ the King 174: Megan Santos of Christ the King shot a 45 for medalist honors, but the Knights won this match at Skybrook Country Club. Jodie Fisher shot a 49 and Georgia Chapman and Tess Palmer added 50’s for Lake Norman Charter.
Maiden 9, Alexander Central 0: Zoe Huffman, Easton Finger, Gracie Arrowood, Madi Shull, Hannah Sherrill and Evan Sherrill won in singles for the Blue Devils. Doubles winners were the teams of Huffman and Shull, Finger and Arrowood, and the Sherrill sisters.
Providence Day 7, Concord Cannon 2: Molly Kerrigan edged Alivia Calabrase 7-5, 6-3 in No. 1 singles, sending the Chargers to victory. Kerrigan also teamed with Molly Young for an 8-0 doubles triumph over Calabrase and Natalie Ray.
Other singles winners for Providence Day were Young, Kelsey Caldwell, Shivanjali Bhasin and Julia Henegar. The team of Lily Kestler and Sterling Terranova won in doubles.
Cannon School’s winners were Taylor McGibbon in singles and the team of McGibbon and Georgia McKay in doubles.
Butler 3, Olympic 0: The Bulldogs won 25-18, 25-22 and 25-23.
Charlotte Country Day 3, Indian Trail Metrolina Christian 0: Zoe Weatherington (19 kills), Sydney Schulze (nine kills) and Addison Pignetti (15 digs) led the Buccaneers.
Concord Jay M. Robinson 3, Rocky River 0: Demarzia Johnson (six kills) and Keah Green (eight aces) led the Bulldogs to a 25-15, 25-13, 25-7 win.
Davidson Day def. Rock Hill Westminster Catawba, forfeit
Kannapolis Brown 3, Hopewell 1: Hopewell took the second set 25-22 but then lost 25-16 and 25-23. It was the first loss for the Titans (3-1). The Wonders are 2-5.
North Mecklenburg 3, Concord 2: The host Vikings (4-2) won the final set 15-8.
West Charlotte 3, Garinger 0
Alexander Central 3, McDowell 0: The Cougars won 25-14, 25-15 and 25-17.
Boone Watauga 3, Hickory St. Stephens 1: Watauga took the final sets 25-16 and 25-19 after splitting the first two.
Hickory 3, West Caldwell 0: The Red Tornadoes (4-0 overall) won their conference opener, rolling 25-12, 25-3 and 25-7.
Newton Fred T. Foard 3, Morganton Patton 0: The Tigers won 25-10, 25-18 and 25-8.
Gaston Christian 3, Hickory Grove Christian 0: It was the conference opener for both teams. The victorious Eagles got eight kills, two aces and six digs from Sedonia Tringali. Ayden Main (16 digs, one ace) and Bethany Tugwell (three kills, five digs) assisted.
Belmont South Point 3, Bessemer City 0: The Red Raiders improved to 7-0, winning 25-15, 25-12 and 25-20. They are 21-1 in sets this season.
Boiling Springs Crest 3, Shelby 0: The Chargers won 25-22, 25-17 and 25-19. Tori Clifton had 10 assists for Shelby.
East Gaston 3, Gastonia Piedmont Community 0
Fort Mill Nation Ford 2, Spartanburg 0: Nation Ford improved to 11-0 with 25-14, 25-16 set victories.
Lake Norman 3, Concord Cox Mill 0: Ava Arriviello and Mackenzie Taylor each had 16 kills for Lake Norman.
Lancaster (S.C.) Triangular: Indian Land edged Lancaster Buford 2-1, winning 25-19 and 25-15 but dropping the middle set 25-20. Indian Land then swept Lancaster 25-20, 25-13.
Marshville Forest Hills 3, Monroe 1: Monroe won the opener 25-21, but Forest Hills rallied 25-22, 26-24 and 25-14.
Unionville Piedmont 3, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 2: The Panthers won 20-18 in the final set. Reilly Donoghue led the way with 13 kills, seven aces and 15 digs. Tyler Anderson had 17 digs for Piedmont.
West Montgomery 3, East Montgomery 0: The Warriors improved to 5-1 with 25-16, 25-20 and 25-12 victories.
West Stanly 3, Misenheimer Gray Stone Day 0: The Colts won 25-20, 25-22 and 25-19.
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