Chase Gilley added to the growing number of boys’ soccer records set by him and twin brother Logan on Wednesday night.
Chase’s third goal of the night in East Lincoln’s 6-0 blanking of Catawba Bandys was the 100th of his career. According to East Lincoln officials, Chase Gilley is the eighth boys’ player in public school history -- and the first in Lincoln County -- to reach the 100-goal mark.
He also had an assist.
Logan Gilley added two goals and an assist, Noah Graden had three assists, and Evan Montanari scored a goal. It was the first of Montanari’s high school career.
Meanwhile, East Lincoln goalkeeper Will White recorded his first high school shutout.
The victory kept East Lincoln in a tie with Newton-Conover for first place in the South Fork 2A Conference. Each team is 4-0, with North Lincoln right behind at 3-1.
Luis Echevarria (Gastonia Huss boys’ soccer): Echevarria, a senior striker, scored six goals as the Huskies trounced Boiling Springs Crest 7-1.
Cade Owens (Community School of Davidson boys’ soccer): Owens, a junior, had four goals and an assist as his team blanked Mooresville Langtree Charter 9-0.
Cleo Shannon (Myers Park girls’ volleyball): Shannon, a junior, had seven kills, three aces and 14 digs as the Mustangs blanked North Mecklenburg 3-0.
Hough 4, North Mecklenburg 2: Richie Cano, Griffin Klebba, Bryce McMillen and Adam Jeffrey each scored once for the Huskies. Cano also had an assist.
Mallard Creek 7, Hopewell 0: Will Achurch and Nate Burns each had two goals and an assist for the Mavericks.
Mooresville 1, Lake Norman 0
Vance 10, West Charlotte 1: Isai Mejia and Wilson Aguilera Fuentes each scored three times for the Cougars. Mejia added two assists.
SO MECK 7 4A
Olympic 5, Harding 1
Providence 9, West Mecklenburg 0
Independence 3, Butler 1
Indian Trail Porter Ridge 2, Garinger 0
Myers Park 4, Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 0: The Mustangs ran their conference record to 4-0 and moved into sole possession of first place, with East Mecklenburg’s loss.
Rocky River 2, East Mecklenburg 0: The Ravens scored two second-half goals in this big upset. It was East Mecklenburg’s first loss in four conference matches and only their second loss in 10 matches overall. Rocky River is 3-5, 1-3.
Fayetteville Britt 8, Fayetteville Seventy-First 4
Lumberton 4, Pembroke Purnell Swett 0
Raeford Hoke County 2, Southern Pines Pinecrest 1
Richmond Senior 2, Scotland County 1
Alexander Central 4, Marion McDowell 0
Boone Watauga 1, Hickory St. Stephens 1 (St. Stephens won 5-4 on PK’s): The victory lifted St. Stephens to 3-0 in the conference, while Watauga lost for the first time in four conference matches.
South Caldwell 4, Morganton Freedom 1
BIG SOUTH 3A
Cramerton Stuart Cramer 7, North Gaston 1: Cole Sarvis and Drew Hooks each scored a pair of Cramer goals.
Gastonia Ashbrook 4, Kings Mountain 3
Gastonia Huss 7, Boiling Springs Crest 1: Btrandon Naranjos had three assists in support of Luis Echevarria’s six-goal outburst.
SOUTHERN CAROLINA 3A
Charlotte Catholic 9, Indian Trail Sun Valley 0: The Cougars improved to 5-0 in the conference and remain tied for the lead with Marvin Ridge.
Marvin Ridge 3, Weddington 2: The Mavericks scored on goals by Andres Marcos and Grant Sutherland, and a Weddington own-goal.
Monroe Parkwood 10, Unionville Piedmont 1
Waxhaw Cuthbertson 3, Monroe 0: Cuthbertson’s Aiden Smith scored a pair of goals, and Tristan Klapprodt added a goal.
CENTRAL CAROLINA 2A
Ledford 4, East Davidson 3
Salisbury 2, North Davidson 1
South Rowan 4, Central Davidson 1: South Rowan rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit, behind two goals by Eber Tapia and a goal and an assist from Harrison Ward.
Thomasville 9, Midway Oak Grove 0
West Davidson 6, Lexington 2
Lenoir Hibriten 8, Claremont Bunker Hill 0: The Panthers improved to 4-0, keeping a share of the conference lead with Newton Foard and West Caldwell.
Newton Foard 1, Morganton Patton 0: The Tigers (8-1-3, 4-0) remained in a first-place tie, as Irvin Villa scored the goal and Trevor Holmberg got the shutout in goal.
West Caldwell 3, East Burke 1
West Iredell 9, Valdese Draughn 0
ROCKY RIVER 2A
Marshville Forest Hills 7, Mount Pleasant 0: The Yellow Jackets dominated this meeting of teams that entered the match with 2-0 conference records.
Monroe Central Academy 9, Anson County 0: Eight players scored, led by Julian Barrera with two goals. Landon Atwell and Jonathan Kamenick each had a goal and an assist.
Montgomery Central 4, West Stanly 2
SOUTH FORK 2A
Lincolnton 9, West Lincoln 2: The Wolves exploded for seven goals in the second half, after the match was tied 2-2 at intermission.
Newton-Conover 3, Lake Norman Charter 0: The Red Devils improved to 9-1-1, 4-0.
North Lincoln 7, Maiden 0: The Knights’ Corbin Brusso scored three times, and Carter Sliwoski added two goals and an assist.
Belmont South Point 3, East Rutherford 0: The host Red Raiders are 3-0 in the conference.
East Gaston 3, Forest City Chase 2: Carter Beck scored all of East Gaston’s goals.
Shelby 9, Lawndale Burns 0: The Golden Lions, 9-0 overall, remained in a first-place tie with South Point.
MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1A-2A
Ashe County 1, Wilkes Central 1 (Ashe won 5-4 on PK’s): Trent Baker scored for the Huskies in regulation, and teammates Montana Lopez, Justin Lopez, Shawn Bast, Dylan Short and Cristian Ramos scored in the shootout.
Boonville Starmount 6, West Wilkes 0
East Wilkes 4, Alleghany 0
North Wilkes 5, Elkin 1
WESTERN HIGHLANDS 1A-2A
Black Mountain Owen 6, Bakersville Mitchell County 0
Burnsville Mountain Heritage 5, Avery County 3
Polk County 3, Marshall Madison County 1
Community School of Davidson 9, Mooresville Langtree Charter 0: Micah Chabeda’s three goals and three assists supported Cade Owens’ four-goal effort for the Spartans. Goalkeeper Ethan Baker recorded the shutout.
Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 6, Monroe Union Academy 0
Mount Holly Mountain Island Charter 4, Bradford Prep 2: Jason Garcia scored two goals and added an assist, and Gio Bernard scored a goal for the Raptors. Their fourth score came on a Bradford Prep own-goal.
Queens Grant Charter 10, Concord Carolina International 1: Carlos Resillas and Micah Parker each scored twice for the Stallions. Resillas added three assists.
SOUTHERN PIEDMONT 1A
Christ the King 2, Gastonia Highland Tech 0: Christ the King remained atop the conference with a 5-0 mark.
Lincoln Charter 3, Gastonia Piedmont Community Charter 0
Mooresboro Thomas Jefferson Academy 8, Cherryville 0: Trevlyn Riggs (three goals, two assists), Miller Plaster (one goal, two assists) and Nathan Halliday (one goal, two assists) paced the Gryphon attack.
YADKIN VALLEY 1A
Albemarle 3, South Stanly 1
Asheboro Uwharrie Charter 9, South Davidson 0
Misenheimer Gray Stone Day 9, North Stanly 0
Girls’ field hockey
Charlotte Country Day 1, Providence 0: Margaret Mosley scored on an assist from Cameron Park, and goalkeeper Zella Thomas got the shutout. The Buccaneers outshot Providence 14-4.
CISAA event: Concord Cannon School took top honors in a four-team golf tournament at Cedarwood Country Club in southeast Charlotte. Amanda Sambach fired a 33 and Sophie Holland added a 39, as Cannon School finished with a team score of 123.
Carmel Christian, led by Kelley Topiwala’s 37 and Bethany Welch’s 42, was second with a 126. Charlotte Country Day, led by Sarah Blair Horne’s 48, was third at 154. Charlotte Latin, at 165, was fourth.
Alexander Central 6, Hickory 3: Nicole Kozischeck won No. 1 singles for Hickory, but the Cougars took four of the other five singles matches. Winners were Kristin Ratliff, Emma Maltba, Caeley Arney and Mackenzie Harper.
Alexander Central 3, Marion McDowell 0 (25-22, 25-18, 25-23)
Boone Watauga 3, Hickory St. Stephens 0 (25-17, 25-13, 25-15)
Morganton Freedom 3, South Caldwell 0: Sarah Phipps had 15 digs for South Caldwell.
East Burke 3, West Caldwell 0 (25-8, 25-14, 25-6): East Burke’s Erica Clontz had nine kills.
Newton Foard 3, Morganton Patton 0 (25-15, 25-12, 25-14)
West Iredell 3, Valdese Draughn 2 (25-16, 20-25, 25-14, 19-25, 15-9)
ROCKY RIVER 2A
Anson County 3, Monroe Central Academy 0 (25-11, 25-20, 25-13)
Belmont South Point 3, Lawndale Burns 0
East Gaston 3, Shelby 0 (25-21, 25-18, 25-18): Savannah Soles had eight aces and 26 assists for East Gaston, and Lauren Harper added seven kills and five blocks.
R-S Central 3, East Rutherford 2 (19-25, 25-23, 12-25, 25-19, 15-12)
SOUTHERN PIEDMONT 1A
Lincoln Charter 3, Mooresboro Thomas Jefferson Academy 0 (25-2, 25-11, 25-10): The Eagles cruised to a lopsided victory and improved to 8-0 on the season.
Fort Mill 3, Rock Hill South Pointe 0 (25-17, 25-23, 25-12)
Myers Park 3, North Mecklenburg 0 (25-12, 25-12, 25-16): Sophia Kafiti had 26 digs and Cecilia Chavez totaled 15 digs and 38 assists for the Mustangs.
Providence 3, Charlotte Catholic 0 (25-17, 25-10, 25-8): Katie Cruise’s 28 assists and Alanna Harder’s nine kills led Providence.
Richmond Senior 3, Sanford Lee County 0 (25-22, 25-18, 25-16)
Vance 3, Queens Grant Charter 0
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