SW Guilford baseball edges E. Forysth

Apr. 22, 2013 @ 10:20 PM

Will Dalton drove in the game-winning run with a one-out single up the middle in the seventh to help lift Southwest Guilford past visiting East Forsyth 4-3 in Piedmont Triad 4A Conference action Monday.

Austen Zente had a hit and an RBI while Andrew Bullock had two hits and an RBI to lead the Cowboys (9-11, 5-5 PTC). Matt Dale also picked up the complete-game win on the mound, striking out eight.

Southwest plays again tonight at rival High Point Central at 6.

 

HP CHRISTIAN 11, CALVARY 1 (5)

HIGH POINT – Kennedy Hardy and Levi Gesell each hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning to help High Point Christian turn back Calvary Baptist 11-1 in five innings on Monday.

Boston New got his first win of the season on the mound as he went the distance, allowing four hits and striking out one. He also went 3 for 4 with a triple, a run scored and an RBI.

Hardy finished 2 for 3 with four RBIs and two runs scored. Ben White was 2 for 3 with a run scored.

HPCA (17-4, 6-1 PACIS 3A) goes to Calvary today for second game in the three-game series. The third game is slated for Thursday.

 

WESLEYAN 15, FCD 0 (5)

HIGH POINT – Johnny Rollins got the win on the mound and helped at the plate by driving in three runs as Wesleyan Christian crushed Forsyth Country Day 15-0 in a game ended by the mercy rule on Monday.

Weston Wilson hit a home run and had three RBIs while going 3 for 4. Justin Olczak was 3 for 3 and had three RBIs.

Wesleyan (14-6, 7-2) returns to action today at Ed Price Field.

 

WHEATMORE 7, W. DAVIDSON 5

TYRO – Clint Marsh was the winning pitcher and helped himself at the plate by going 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs as Wheatmore edged host West Davidson in nonconference action on Monday.

Hunter Sheets also went 2 for 3 while driving in one run for the Warriors, who improved to 11-8 and travel to PAC-6 foe Randleman today.

 

 

SOFTBALL

 

HP CHRISTIAN 15, CALVARY 2

HIGH POINT – High Point Christian scored six in the third, two in the fifth and three in the sixth on a the way to a 15-2 win over Calvary Baptist on Monday.

Of the six runs in the third, two scored on a single by Lindsay Cecil. The others came across on a hit batsman, a fielder’s choice and a two-run error. In the sixth, Lindsay Payne scored on a groundout and Hannah Self stole home.

HPCA goes to Forsyth Country Day today.

 

 

GLENN 15, HP CENTRAL 0 (3)

WINSTON-SALEM – Glenn pounded out 16 hits and overwhelmed High Point Central 15-0 in three innings on Monday.

Leading hitters for Glenn included Heather Burton (3-3, two runs, 1 RBI), Tracy Hanes  (2-3, one double, one run scored, three 3 RBI), Karen Foley (3-3, two doubles, three runs, three RBIs), Ashley Hurd (3-3, one double, three runs, four RBIs), Baily Coble  (2-2, run, one RBI), Samantha Stilling (2-3, one run scored) and Bre Murphy (1-1, run scored).

Glenn improves to 10-7 and 7-3 in the Piedmont Triad 4A. HPC drops to 6-10-1, 3-7

 

SOCCER

 

LEDFORD 2, NE GUILFORD 1

WALLBURG – Hannah Perryman scored the game-winner on a penalty kick in the first overtime as Ledford edged Northeast Guilford 2-1 on Monday,

Allie Fischer tallied the Panthers other goal on a breakaway. Sarah Baker collected 15 saves for the Panthers.

 

 

TRINITY 8. T.W. ANDREWS 0

TRINITY – Angelica Conroy, Courtney Patterson and Jordan Parker scored two goals each for Trinity for a 8-0 PAC-6 victory over Andrews on Monday.

Natalie Hunter and Maria Church added a goal each for the Bulldogs. Hunter, Church, Parker and Elizabeth Adkins had an assist each.

 

SE GUILFORD 3, SW GUILFORD 2

HIGH POINT — Southeast Guilford scored two second-half goals to edge host Southwest Guilford 3-2 in a nonconference game Monday.

Megan Shina and Brianna O’Connor scored for the Cowgirls (7-5-4), who were tied with Southeast 1-1 at halftime. Maggie Clark also had an assist.

Loren Sterling made four saves in goal for Southwest, which visits Piedmont Triad 4A Conference foe Glenn tonight at 6.

 

WHEATMORE 9, ATKINS 0

WINSTON-SALEM — Eight different players scored goals for Wheatmore in defeating Atkins 9-0 in PAC6 2A action Monday.

Emily Brown scored twice while Lexa Wall, Ruthie Spencer, Cora Weeks, Alexis Rowell, Nathalie Dawson, Candice Lockhart and Georgia Garrison each scored once for the Warriors (13-2-2, 5-0 PAC-6), who didn’t allow a shot on goal defensively. Wall also had an assist.

Wheatmore plays again Wednesday at home against rival Trinity at 6 p.m.

 

 

SALEM ACADEMY 5, WESTCHESTER 0

WINSTON-SALEM – Salem Academy blanked Westchester Country Day 5-0 on Monday. Maddie Dyson grabbed five saves in goal for the Wildcats, who go to American Hebrew today.

 

TENNIS

 

BISHOP 9, SURRY CENTRAL 0

DOBSON — With a 9-0 win Monday at Surry Central, Bishop McGuinness went undefeated through Northwest 1A/2A Conference play.

Sam McLaughry, Kevin Weckworth, Ben Jandzinski, John Abram, Zack Jones and Jonathan Ingram won in singles for the Villains (12-1), which will have home-court advantage throughout the state tournament. Weckworth-McLaughry, Abram-Jones and Jandzinski-Ingram won in doubles.

Bishop next plays in the NCHSAA 1A tournament, beginning April 30.

 

ELON SCHOOL 9, WESTCHESTER 0

BURLINGTON - The Elon School swept Westchester 9-0 on Monday. The Wildcats close out the regular season today by playing host to Calwell at 4 p.m.

 

 

GOLF

 

AT GREENSBORO NATIONAL

GREENSBORO – Northwest Guilford finished with 147 total and a 4-shot victory over High Point Central on Monday at Greensboro National. The outcome left Northwest Guilford with a 1-shot advantage in the season standings with a 9-hole match and an 18-hole match left to play.

Southwest Guilford was third at 158, followed by Ragsdale (166), East Forsyth (167), Glenn (177) and Parkland (244),

Drew Johnson of the Vikings was medallist with a 2-under-par 34.

Casey Nichols led Central with a 1-under 35. Other counting scorers for Central included Justin Franklin (36), Harrison Frye (37) and Matthew Krawczyk (43).

Zack Lamb (37), Drew Adams (40), Sean Hardy (40) and Devin Lanier (41) were counting scorers for Southwest. David Song (37), Jared Milliken (44), Jake Blythe (44) and Justin Brown (44) were the top four for Ragsdale. Trevor Blevins (42), Tom Coleman (43), Ryan Foley (45) and Stephen Brown (46) counted for Glenn.

 

 

AT TREYBURN CC

DURHAM – Gastonia Forestview prevailed with a 12-over 300 and finished six shots better than Raleigh Broughton for the team title in the TYGA NC High School Invitational on Monday at Treyburn Country Club.

Westchester Country Day wound up 10th with a total of 335.

 

 

AT CROSS CREEK

MOUNT AIRY – Tanner Owen shot a 34 to take medalist honors as Bishop McGuinness won the first of two Northwest 1A/2A 18-hole matches on Monday at Cross Creek Country Club.

The Villains put together a 151 total for a 2-shot victory over East Surry. North Surry was third at 162, followed by Mount Airy (169), South Stokes (170), West Stokes (173), Surry Central (187) and North Stokes (198).

Zach Shield of Bishop finished fourth with a 38. Jonathon Davis tied for sixth at 39.

East Surry won the second match with a 151, with Bishop second at 154. North Surry was third at 164, followed by West Stokes (170). Mount Airy (178). South Stokes (184), Surry Central (187) and North Stokes (209).

Dustin Hutchens of East Surry was medalist with a 35. Owen and Mason Orr were among those who tied for third at 37. Shield and Kevin Sowinski of the Villains tied for eight with 40s.

 

 

LACROSSE

 

BISHOP GIRLS 11, E. FORSYTH 9

KERNERSVILLE — Megan Shortt scored five goals for Bishop McGuinness in a 11-9 win over East Forsyth on Monday.

Adaire Hudson tossed in four goals for the Villains while Ashlyn Hocutt and Jill Lindquist had one each.

 

 

BISHOP BOYS 10, E. FORSTYH 9

KERNERSVILLE — Cameron Bradford scored five goals in helping lead Bishop McGuinness past visiting East Forsyth 10-9 on Monday.

Patrick Willard also scored twice, while Max Leftwich, Tom Valle and Sean Hammacher each scored once. Valle had two assists while Leftwhich and Hammacher each had one.