The Clover High School girls lacrosse team defeated Nation Ford 12-5 in the first home game at Memorial Stadium. Lily Park scored five goals for the Lady Blue Eagles and teammate Ali King had three.
CHS lacrosse teams defeat Nation Ford, Spartanburg
CLOVER The Clover High School girls lacrosse team defeated Nation Ford 12-5 in the first home game at Memorial Stadium.
Lily Park scored five goals for the Lady Blue Eagles and teammate Ali King had three.
Holly Parker, Reagan Calvert and Kendra Hickman each scored goals, while defender Perry Wilson scored her first goal of the season on a breakaway.
The defense, led by Julia Breeden, Alyssa Wilson and Emily Armstrong, finished with a combined seven saves in goal.
The CHS boys lacrosse team improved to 3-3 on the season with a 10-5 win over Spartanburg.
Trailing 5-4 at halftime, the Blue Eagles came out with a quick face-off win and score by Riv Lambert to energize the team.
The defense, anchored by Noah Lalli in the goal with eight saves, held Spartanburg to only one goal in the second half. Lalli was relieved by Nathaniel Roberge late in the fourth quarter and had a save against the only shot he saw for the evening.
The offense was led by Wade Summer at attack with three goals. Also scoring on the night: Anthony Famer, one goal; Riv Lambert, two goals, one assist; Nate Lalli, one goal; Steven Tallmadge, one goal, one assist; and Griffin Bailey, one goal.
Clover tennis teams unbeaten in region entering this week
CLOVER The Clover High School varsity boys tennis team continued its unbeaten streak in region play with a 6-0 win over Lancaster.
Singles victories included: No. 1 Andres Leon, 1-2; No. 2 Justin White, 2-4; No. 3 Patrick Smith, 6-0; No. 4 Rob Long, 2-2; No. 5 Garrett Smith, 3-2.
Clover’s No. 2 doubles pair of Thomas Summers and Holden McGill won in straight sets at 4 and 4.
The Blue Eagle jayvee boys tennis team shut out Lancaster 7-0 to remain unbeaten.
Andy Brom, Garrison Love and Jay Rowland won their singles matches. Sean Elder, playing at No. 4 singles, won big, 8-2. Nick Lyons was victorious as was Nick Sanders, who won in a tie-breaker.
Finishing out the scoring for Clover, Harry Snow won the final leg of the sweep, 8-4.
CHS varsity baseball team falls to Lancaster, Nation Ford; jayvees win
CLOVER The Clover High School varsity baseball team fell to Nation Ford 7-1. Cody Jenkins had a hit and scored a run for Clover.
The Blue Eagles were beaten by Lancaster 10-0. Justin Rayano and Davis McCarter had hits.
The Blue Eagle jayvees defeated a Nation Ford team that hadn’t lost a jayvee game in two years by the score of 6-2.
Jimmy Marcelli was the winning pitcher and Cameron Tolodzieck had two hits and two RBI’s.
The Clover jayvees defeated Lancaster 7-5 with Tolodzieck picking up the win. Justin Adams had a home run, a double and two RBI’s.
Clover track participants win events
CLOVER The Clover High School girls and boys track teams were beaten by Lancaster, but individual performances brought home first-place finishes.
For the boys, Tai Long won the high jump and 200-meter run. Keyshawn Pressley won the high jump and 10 meter run. James Haynes won the 1,600-meter and 3,200- meter runs. Shantarius Brown won the 400-meter run and Jason Witry won the 800- meter run.
The CHS girls 4x800 relay team placed first; Nikea Gaines won the 200-meter run.
York boys track second in three-way meet
YORK The York Comprehensive High School track team placed second in a three-way meet, with Fort Mill first and Blacksburg third.
York’s top performers included Rainey Moore who placed first in the 110 hurdles and the triple jump. Tyrice Hayes finished first in the long jump and high jump. Other first- place finishers for York were Kaiyon Schrouder in the shot put and Matt Ransom in the 400 meter hurdles.
York boys jayvee soccer defeats NHS
YORK The York Comprehensive High School boys junior varsity soccer team defeated perennial power Northwestern 1-0 in a close game.
The Cougars dominated play in the midfield and held possession for most of the game.
The midfield was led by the play of Myles Prosser, Sean Walsh, Beardsley, Avarado and Good.
The defense, led by Juan Roldan, Daniel Shirley, Brandon Carden, Justin Carden and Jacob Destefeno, held the Trojans to only one lackluster shot on goal. New goalkeeper Talon Turner was not challenged by the Trojans.
With 15 minutes remaining in the second half, Beardsley found Domin for the game’s deciding goal.
York tennis defeats NHS
YORK The York Comprehensive High School boys tennis team won four singles matches and a doubles match to claim a Region 3-AAAA win over the Northwestern Trojans.
Singles results: No. 1 - Myles White (N) def. Terry Doan 3-6, 6-7 (4), 10-2; No. 2 - Patrick Newberry (Y) def. Trey Helms 6-2, 6-2; No. 3 - Matthew Goforth (Y) def. Elliott Goodwin 6-0, 6-1; No. 4 Daniel Patterson (Y) def. Andrew Warren 6-3, 6-0; No. 5 Colin Rodenhauser (Y) def. Gage Thomas 6-2, 6-2.
Doubles: No. 2 Cameron Good-Christian Wells (Y) def. Sully Foy-Chase Harrington 6-2, 6-7 (2) 10-7.
CHS softball continues torrid pace
CLOVER The Clover High School girls softball team remained unbeaten in Region 3-AAAA entering this week.
The Lady Blue Eagles of coach Shea Hall defeated Nation Ford 9-0 to remain atop the region standings.
Ace hurler Ellizabeth Edmunds pitched a complete game and the Lady Blue Eagles pounded a dozen hits in the dominant win.
Brittany Rhinehart led the Clover hitting with four hits, while Blake Wallert had two hits, including a home run.
The CHS girls host rival York Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Clover High softball field.