Ledford golfers take regional

Oct. 21, 2013 @ 09:22 PM

Behind individual medalist Alexis Kershaw, Ledford won the NCHSAA 3A Central Regional at Meadowlands Golf Club on Monday.

The Panthers, who have won the last two 3A state titles, totaled a team score of 240, ahead of Northern Guilford (258), Cardinal Gibbons (269), Northwood (270) and Southwestern Randolph (276) in the top five of the 11-team field.

Kershaw fired a 73 to finish six shots ahead of Central Davidson’s Victoria Hedrick in second place. Ledford’s Meghan Holbrooks was in third with an 80, while Julia Carroll tied for ninth with an 87.

The NCHSAA 3A will be Oct. 28-29 at Foxfire Resort and Golf Club — West Course in Foxfire Village. Play will begin both days at 9 a.m. on both the front and back sides.



SOUTHERN PINES – Cecily Overbey shot a 75 to tie for second individually and helped Wesleyan finished fifth out of 13 schools in the NCISAA 3A state championship at Pine Needles.

Cannon School won the title with a 225 while the Trojans combined for a 294. Overbey finished one stroke behind medalist Annie Callon of Cannon. Other counting scorers for Wesleyan were Erica Hamilton with a 113 and Erika Peck with a 118.




THOMASVILLE — Thomasville fell 4-3 to visiting Lexington in its regular-season finale Monday.

Enrique Solis, Armando Sifuentes Reyes and Irving Ignacio scored for the Bulldogs (6-15), while Alvaro Morales, Sergio Quintero and Luis Rodriguez had assists. Cruz Robles and Zach Zanenghi split time in goal.



CLIMAX — Hunter Dean and Alex Garrison each had a goal and assist in helping lift Trinity past host Providence Grove 6-1 in PAC-6 2A action Monday.

Daniel Newcomer, Jonathan Adkins, Matthew Cox and Josue Jimenez also scored for the Bulldogs (16-3, 9-0), while Alex Sedano had three assists. Chase Faircloth also played well defensively.

Trinity plays again Wednesday at home against T.W. Andrews.



HIGH POINT — Kyle Mosley scored three goals to lead Wheatmore in a 5-0 win against host T.W. Andrews in a PAC-6 2A match Monday.

Lauren Zimmerman also had a goal and an assist, while Ty Miller added a goal, and Joey Traynham had an assist for the Warriors, who improved to 4-5 in the conference. Sam Becker and Alex Vertefeuille split time in goal.

Wheatmore plays again Wednesday at Eastern Randolph.