Westchester, Thomasville net soccer wins

Sep. 12, 2013 @ 11:12 PM

Baxter Bruggeworth scored two goals and dished an assist to spark Westchester Country Day School to a 3-1 victory over American Hebrew Academy on Thursday.

Sam Argo added a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (4-3, 2-2 in the TAC). Tommy Boggis notched an assist for WCDS, which got four saves from goalkeeper Cameron White.

Westchester plays host to Gaston Day on Friday at 6 p.m.

 

THOMASVILLE 2, WHEATMORE 0

THOMASVILLE — Irving Ignasio Diaz and Isai Ocampo scored goals as Thomasville blanked Wheatmore 2-0 on Thursday.

Armando Sifentes dished two assists for the Bulldogs (3-6). Cruz Robles served in goal for Thomasville, which visits North Davidson on Tuesday.

 

NE GUILFORD 3, RAGSDALE 2

JAMESTOWN — Northeast Guilford nipped Ragsdale 3-2 on Thursday night.

 

WESLEYAN JAYVEES 3, HPCA 2

HIGH POINT — Bailey Allred scored two goals and dished an assist as Wesleyan Christian Academy’s jayvees edged High Point Christian Academy 3-2 on Thursday.

Evan Allred had one goal for the Trojans (4-1-1), while Wes Williams and Drew Glover dished assists. WCA plays host to North Raleigh Christian Academy on Friday at 4:30.

 

SOUTHERN GUILFORD 6, EAST DAVIDSON 4

THOMASVILLE — Oscar Jasso scored two goals and Juan Jarquin, Alex Espitia, Amilcar Martinez and Bryan Carrera added goal each as Southern Guilford edged East Davidson 6-4 late Thursday.

Jasso dished two assists, while Martinez, Jarquin, Espitia, Allen Gamez and Jeremy Griffith had one apiece. Cesar Ruiz made four saves in goal for the Storm (2-6-2), which visits Ledford on Monday at 6 p.m.

For East, Salvador Pecina tallied three goals and Ryan McIntyre had one. 

 

TENNIS

WHEATMORE 6, CENTRAL DAVIDSON 3

LEXINGTON — Wheatmore turned back Central Davidson 6-3 on Thursday.

Stephanie Fortner, Jordan Myers, Jessica Myers and Olivia Doane won in singles for the Warriors (9-1). Mary Vecellio-Fortner and the Myers sisters prevailed in doubles.

Wheatmore plays host to Eastern Randolph on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

 

SOUTHERN GUILFORD 6, EASTERN GUILFORD 3

GIBSONVILLE — Southern Guilford edged Eastern Guilford 6-3 on Thursday.

Gabrielle Harris, Avion Harris, Abygail Duquette and Devan Coble won in singles for the Storm (2-6). Harris-Harris and Duquette-Coble prevailed in doubles for Southern, which plays host to Asheboro on Monday at 4:30.

 

HP CENTRAL 7, ASHEBORO 2

HIGH POINT — Aly Willcox led a string of singles winners as High Point Central downed Asheboro 7-2 on Thursday.

Eva Ellenburg, Emily Adams, Rachel Shelton and Meredith Field also prevailed in singles for the Bison (9-1). Kristen Biddle-Ellenburg and Willcox-Shelton netted doubles victories for Central, which visits Southwest Guilford on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

 

WESTCHESTER 6, HPCA 3

HIGH POINT — Westchester Country Day School’s girls downed High Point Christian Academy 6-3 on Thursday.

Erica Sawyer, Sophie Lanham, Catherine York and Avery Keefe won in singles for the Wildcats. Sawyer-Langham and York-Keefe prevailed in doubles.

For the Cougars, Allie Cole and Meredith Yates won in singles, while Yates-Cole notched a doubles triumph.

 

VOLLEYBALL

NW GUILFORD DEF. HP CENTRAL

GREENSBORO — Northwest Guilford topped High Point Central 25-8, 25-12, 25-9 on Thursday night.

Ashley McDonald sparked the Bison (4-6) with six digs, four kills and two blocks. Central visits Glenn on Tuesday.

 

EAST DAVIDSON DEF. THOMASVILLE

HIGH POINT — Taylor Moretz made 13 kills and four blocks to lead East Davidson to a 25-20, 25-15, 25-12 win over Thomasville on Thursday.

Shay Hepler added four kills for the Golden Eagles (2-6, 1-1), who play host to Wheatmore on Monday.

In the junior varsity match, East beat Thomasville 15-25, 25-18, 25-18. Brooke Walser (7 kills), Destiny Hucks (5 Kills), MacKenzie Moretz (5 kills) and Sarah Bowles (4 kills) led the East jayvees, who improved to 2-6, 1-1.

 

BISHOP DEF. WALKERTOWN

KERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness downed Walkertown 25-15, 25-15, 25-7 on Thursday.

Jessica Brandewie recorded 13 assists, five kills and four aces for the Villains (9-1, 4-0). Olivia Bunemann collected 14 assists for Bishop, while Julie Brown had 15 kills and two aces and Julie Dorosiewicz made nine kills. Julia Kane had four kills and two aces for Bishop, while Julia Errington had two aces and an assist.

 

LEDFORD DEF. ASHEBORO

WALLBURG — Sierra Cefali finished with 11 service points, five kills, five digs and two blocks as Ledford defeated Asheboro 25-23, 26-24, 25-18 on Thursday.

Reghan Humphreys added 12 service points, four blocks and two aces for the Panthers (7-2, 4-1 MPC 3A), while Siarra Walker had 11 kills and six blocks and Kayla Leach had six kills and four blocks. Alyssa Doby dished 25 assists for Ledford.

 

WESTCHESTER DEF. BURLINGTON CHRISTIAN

HIGH POINT — Westchester Country Day School outlasted Burlington Christian 26-24, 11-25, 25-14, 25-27, 15-6 late Thursday.

Kayla Watson led the Wildcats with 11 kills and eight blocks. Freshman Maddie Dyson got Westchester off to an early lead in the 5th game with some strong serving. Freshman Terra Johns (7 blocks) also had her best game of the season in the final set with some very good back row defense.

 

RAGSDALE DEF. SW GUILFORD

HIGH POINT — Ragsdale defeated Southwest Guilford 25-13, 23-25, 25-21, 25-23 late Thursday.

Bojo Jada led the Tigers (9-3, 1-1 PTC 4A) with 15 kills and two blocks, while teammate Mikayla Pettyjohn recorded 13 kills and three blocks. Ragsdale’s Tessa Plateck made 13 digs, seven kills and six aces, while Erin Whitman had 12 digs, seven kills and two aces.

For the Cowgirls (6-4, 1-1 PTC 4A), Bri Burgins recorded 11 kills and two blocks, while Jordan Richmond tallied nine digs and four kills and Lizzie Blair notched 17 assists and five aces.

Ragsdale visits Southern Guilford on Monday. The varsity match starts around 6:30 p.m.

 

GOLF

AT SAPONA RIDGE

LEXINGTON — Ledford posted a big win in a three-team girls match at par-35 Sapona Ridge Country Club late Thursday.

The Panthers carded 111, followed by East Davidson at 156 and West Davidson at 157.

Ledford’s Julia Carroll was medalist at 35, with teammate Alexis Kershaw second at 36 and Meghan Holbrooks third at 40. Also for Ledford, Jordan Young and Kelsey Leach carded 43s.

For East, Sam Smith shot 46, Bayley Plummer 54 and Lori Morgan 56.

 

CROSS-COUNTRY

AT HAGAN-STONE PARK

GREENSBORO — Cannon’s boys and girls raced to victory in action late Thursday at Hagan-Stone Park.

Cannon’s boys won with 28 points, followed by Grace Christian at 69, Westchester Country Day School at 98, Calvary Baptist at 120, Charlotte Country Day at 130, Greensboro Day at 149, High Point Christian Academy at 153 and Saint David’s at 198.

In the girls race, Cannon prevailed at 71, followed by Charlotte CD at 75, GDS at 80, St. David’s at 89, Salem Academy at 91, WCDS at 143, HPCA at 154, Grace Christian at 192 and Calvary Baptist at 252.

Cannon’s Patrick Hunter won the boys race in 16:46.

For Westchester’s boys, Abraham Hernandez placed sixth in 18:11, Luke Evans took 12th in 19:15, Josh Evans was 24th in 20:19, Edward Lindner was 25th in 20:22 and Thomas Verellen was 38th in 21:34.

For HPCA’s boys, David Loy secured seventh in 18:26, followed by Garrett Foster in 21st in 20:14, Jonathan Loy in 44th in 22:10, Parker Hamlett in 55th in 23:32 and Zach Krpejs in 60th in 24:16.

Greensboro Day’s Kaitlyn Lingard won the girls race in 20:01.

For Westchester’s girls, Abbi Khan took 12th in 22:59, followed by Alex Evans in 13th in 23:26, Anna Hood in 24th in 24:38, Madison Mozingo in 47th in 27:29 and Lauren Griffith in 59th in 29:32.

For HPCA’s girls, McKenna Farlow placed 18th in 24:01, followed by Peyton Labiak in 21st in 24:32, Sydney Harris in 31st in 25:23, EmilyAnne Elias in 42nd in 26:12 and three Cougars in 49th-51st in 27:49 — Brooke Cerak, Sunny Yang and Sydney Marenick.

 

FOOTBALL

In Wednesday’s Prep Football Rewind, Southwest Guilford’s Rick Mack was inadvertently left off the Players of the Week list. His listing appears below:

RICK MACK, Southwest Guilford — Receiver/defensive back had 182 yards receiving, 15 yards rushing, two touchdowns (one receiving one rushing) and had an interception on defense in the Cowboys’ 41-35 loss. He also ran a kickoff back to the 20-yard line, setting up a TD.