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The Clover High School baseball team entered this week’s play with a boost from the Blue Eagles’ nail-biting 1-0 win against South Pointe before spring break.
The Clover High School girls’ soccer team defeated the York Lady Cougars 9-0 on March 28. The Lady Blue Eagles are ranked No. 13 in the state.
The No. 10-ranked Lady Blue Eagles are now 9-0 in region softball games.
The Blue Eagles extended the unbeaten Northwestern team to the limit and appeared to have nailed down an upset win over the mighty Trojans until Northwestern’s Garrett Rast belted a three-run, bases-loaded triple in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Playing away from home in a battle of top-15 teams, the Clover High School girls soccer team responded to the challenge. The Lady Blue Eagles eked out a 3-2 win over highly-regarded Nation Ford, with sophomore Sierra Hartman delivering the sudden death game winner in a nail-biter decided by penalty kicks.
The upstart Clover High School boys soccer team survived a grinding clash with always-tough Christ Church, prevailing 1-0 on a cold night at Memorial Stadium.
The Clover High School girls softball team remained unbeaten in Region 3-AAAA entering this weeks play. The Lady Blue Eagles nudged Rock Hill 2-1 Friday, improving to 3-0 atop the standings in region play.
The Clover High School boys and girls track teams host Northwestern Tuesday. The action is to begin at 5 p.m. at the CHS track and field site behind the school.
The Clover High School boys golf team — a blend of youth and experience this season — defeated rival York last week in an early-season showdown at York’s Spring Lake Country Club.
Though Clover High School girls lacrosse coach Danielle John has a soccer background, she is excited about the opportunity to coach the Lady Blue Eagles’ first lacrosse team.