Roundup: Southwest ties Tabor, clinches PTC title

The High Point Enterprise, N.C.
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Mar. 13—WINSTON-SALEM — Southwest Guilford tied Mount Tabor 1-1 in a key Piedmont Triad 3A Conference boys soccer match Thursday at Mount Tabor.

The Cowboys, who scored their goal in the 57th minute by Joe Specht, improved to 11-1-1 overall and 8-1-1 in the conference. They won the regular conference season and earned an automatic berth into the playoffs.


THOMASVILLE — East Davidson and Thomasville played to a 0-0 tie in Central Carolina 2A Conference boys soccer Thursday at Brown Middle.

Thomasville's record moved to 6-1-4 overall and 5-1-3 in the CCC, while East's record moved to 4-6-3 and 4-4-1.


WALLBURG — High Point Christian topped Westchester Country Day 170-175 in nonconference boys golf Thursday at the Meadowlands Golf Club.

Jared Waterer shot a 39 to lead the Cougars, followed by Cameron Malboeuf with a 40, Ryan Tuttle with a 44, and Jace Harris and Mason Mosier tied each with a 47.

The Wildcats' Jaxson Morgan was the match medalist with a 38, while Jacob Johnson shot a 43, and Griffen Francois and Henry Erikson tied each with a 49.

The teams play again Monday in a PTAC match at Greensboro Country Club's Farm Course.


LEWISVILLE — Twenty-four area athletes finished in the top three during Wednesday's PTAC meet at Forsyth Country Day.

Forsyth Country Day won both team scores, with the boys posting a score of 105 and the girls totaling 92. High Point Christian took second in the boys score with 72, followed by Caldwell with 35 and Westchester Country Day with 24. Caldwell took second in the girls score with 59, trailed by HPCA with 33 and Westchester with eight.

Westchester's top finishers were: Carter Scavo (100m — first, 12.27); Caleb Bayne (800m — second, 2:08.93), Connor Apple (pole vault — second, 10-00) and the 4x100 relay (second, 48.74) for the boys and the 4x100 relay (second, 1:06.21) for the girls.

HPCA's top finishers for the boys were: Isaiah Sanders (200m — first, 23.83), Chris Day (200m — second, 24.73; 400m — second, 54.85), Ashton Parker (200m — third, 25.20; long jump — first, 18-05.75); Levi Curlee (400m — third, 55.53); Josh Ellas (100 hurdles — second, 18:86), Stephen Loy (300 hurdles — first, 43.39; pole vault — first, 11-00), Braden Farlow (300 hurdles — third, 57.34), Terrell Walker (shot put — second, 36-03) and the 4x100 (first, 1:38.28), 4x400 (second, 4:11.72) and 4x800 (third, 11:17.16) relays.

HPCA's top finishers for the girls were: Georgia Walls (200m — first, 27:36), Angel Walker (shot put — third, 23-03.50), Diamond Little (discus — second, 64-00), Zoie Hembree (pole vault — first, 9-00) and the 4x100 relay (first, 55.02).


WALLBURG — Ledford defeated rival North Davidson 21-7 in JV football Thursday at Ledford.

Cohen Batchek scored two touchdowns for the Panthers (2-0) while Jereiah Burgess had one. Tanner Walters was also 3 for 3 on extra points.

Ledford will host Southwest Guilford on Thursday.


HIGH POINT — Westchester Country Day shut out Salem Baptist in girls soccer Wednesday at Westchester.

Lauren Melton scored twice for the Wildcats, while Sutton Scott and Madi Dial each had one. Ashlyn Rives and Elly Keever added solid defense, and Brooklyn Vogler and Ava Hoffman combined for the win in goal.

Westchester plays Monday at Wesleyan.


High Point Central boys soccer finished its season with a record of 3-7-1 overall and 3-5 in the Metro 4A Conference. MaxPreps had its record incorrect on its website.

DURHAM — High Point University lost 19-9 against Duke in nonconference women's lacrosse Thursday at Duke.

Abby Hormes had three goals and two assists to lead the Panthers (1-6), who trailed 11-6 at halftime. Ashley Britton added two goals, while Mena Loescher, Kaely Kyle, Rachel Foster and Emma Genovese scored one goal each. Nicole Pugh added an assist.

Sarah Zeto made three saves while Jill Rall had two for High Point, which hosts Coastal Carolina on Wednesday.

Katie Cronin had three goals and two assists while Gabby Rosenzweig had three goals and an assist to lead Duke (5-2).