Friday's prep roundup

Mar. 23, 2013 @ 07:32 PM

 

BOYS’ TENNIS
Cedar Ridge 8, River Mill Academy 1

HILLSBOROUGH — Cedar Ridge swept six singles match behind the play of brothers Isaac and Erik Lutz and Brandon and Trevor Phares to dispatch Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference River Mill Academy of Saxapahaw.

Durham Academy 5, Cary Academy 4
DURHAM — Justin Warren, Jason Lapidus and Jake Tillman won their singles and doubles matches Friday as Durham Academy stopped visiting Cary Academy.
DA improved to 3-0 with the win.

Jordan 8, Wake Forest-Rolesville 1
WAKE FOREST — Jordan swept six singles matches en route to an easy win over non-conference foe Wake Forest-Rolesville.
Jordan improved to 5-4 overall.

BASEBALL
Orange 6, Chapel Hill 3

HILLSBOROUGH — Orange High School improved to 8-0 as it won its Carolina 6 3-A Conference opener at home against rival Chapel Hill Friday.
Andrew Toney, Joe Piscitelli and Garrett Cloer had two hits apiece for Orange which touched Chapel Hill pitching for 12 hits in all.
Bryse Wilson (4-0) got the win with a save from Jon Evans for Orange. Zach Jansen took the loss for Chapel Hill (2-4, 0-1 C-6), which failed to take advantage of a 3-for-3 night by Nick Debo.
    
Jordan 14, Southern 1
DURHAM — Steven Oakley led a 15-hit Jordan onslaught with a double and a home run, Carter Dillard added a pair of doubles and two RBI and Max Veasey drove in three runs with a pair of hits in a mercy-rule shortened 5-inning win over Southern.
Kerry Walker (2-1) got the PAC-6 4-A win for Jordan.

Carrboro 5, Roxboro Community School 2
ROXBORO — Carrboro broke a scoreless tie with five runs in the sixth inning as Jeff Strongoli had a pair of hits and Connor Murphy a pair of RBI in the Jaguars Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference win.
Ben West (1-0) pitched a complete-game 3-hitter for the win.

Granville Central 2, Franklin Academy 1
STEM — Peyton Thomas scattered six hits to lead Granville Central to a 2-1 win over Wake Forest Franklin Academy in Carolina 12 baseball action Friday.
Bryson Peed sparked Granville Central’s two-run rally in the second inning with an RBI single.

Cary Academy 11, Durham Academy 0
DURHAM — Cary Academy broke a scoreless tie with two runs in the top of the third and added three more in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth innings as it took a mercy-rule shortened six-inning win from Durham Academy.
The game was the Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference opener for both teams.

GIRLS’ SOCCER
Riverside 2, Orange 0

HILLSBOROUGH — Eliza Butts and Kayla Hudson scored second half goals to snap a scoreless halftime time and lead Riverside past Orange in this inter-conference rivalry game.
Caitlyn Patton faced only one shot in goal for the Pirates in picking up the shutout.

Franklin Academy 3, Voyager Academy 1
DURHAM — Danyel Beaver scored Voyager Academy’s only goal in its Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference loss to Wake Forest Franklin Academy Friday.

Durham Academy 2, Cary Academy 1
DURHAM — Lakin Barry and Kiah Stith scored second-half goals as Durham Academy came back from a 1-0 halftime deficit to stop visiting Cary Academy.

Chapel Hill 1, Leesville Road 0
CHAPEL HILL — Maria Miggs netted the game’s only goal to give Chapel Hill a 1-0 victory over Raleigh Leesville Road in girls’ soccer action Friday.
Laura Sullivan served up the assist on the second-half goal by the Tigers (4-1).

SOFTBALL
Riverside 13, Northern 3

DURHAM — Northern broke a scoreless pitching duel between its own Callie Maunder and Riverside’s Lindsey Wiggins with a pair of runs in the top of the fifth inning Friday, but Riverside answered with one in the bottom of the inning and put it away with a dozen more in the bottom of the sixth.
MacKenzie Green went 3 for 5 at the plate with a double and three RBI to lead Riverside.

Jordan 19, Southern 3
DURHAM — Alandra Williams drove in three runs with a pair of singles and Jordan scored 19 runs in three innings — including 13 in the second — in a game stopped after three innings by the state’s 10-run mercy-rule.

Orange 14, Chapel Hill 2
HILLSBOROUGH — The Orange Panthers jumped on Chapel Hill for 14 runs in the first inning on their way to a 14-2 win in the Carolina 6 3-A Conference opener for both teams Friday.
Kyrbee Cheek threw a three-hitter for the Panthers (5-0, 1-0 Carolina 6), while MacKenzie Cates had a solo homer. Chenoa Day, Kaneisha Pettiford and Rachel Peel added two hits each for Orange.

GIRLS’ TRACK
Durham Academy 100, Ravenscroft 82
, St. Mary's 28, Word of God 9
RALEIGH — Eliza Dekker won the 800 and 1,600 meter races as Durham Academy swept a private-school meet that included runnerup Ravenscroft, third-place Raleigh St. Mary’s (28 points) and fourth-place Raleigh Word of God (9) Friday.
Other DA winners were Cha’Mia Rothwell (100, 100 hurdles and high jump), Carolyn Drewry, Peyton Dilweg and Betsy Wiener (discus and shot put).

BOYS’ TRACK
Ravenscroft 88, Durham Academy 59, Word of God 1
RALEIGH — Durham Academy’s Charlie Dektar won at 200 and 400 meters and Jimmy Mosca (800) and Jordan Pierce (3,200) also picked up wins, but it wasn’t enough as the Cavaliers fell at Ravenscroft.
DA did beat Raleigh Word of God, which scored just one point in the private school tri-meet.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE
East Chapel Hill 11, Durham Academy 7

CHAPEL HILL — Sydney Holman scored seven goals and added two assists as East Chapel Hill downed Durham Academy in the opening game of the Carolina Cardinal Classic to benefit the American Heart Association.
Maddie Fields, Allison Morsberger, Elizabeth Jensen and Lena Johnson also scored for ECH.
Angelika Zelko, Chloe Lewis and Robin Blazing each scored two goals for DA.

BOYS’ LACROSSE
Chapel Hill 16, Carrboro 3

CHAPEL HILL — Colin Mraz exploded for six goals and a pair of assists and Paul Miller and Wally Holt added four goals apiece as Chapel Hill controlled its “neighborhood” rivalry game.
Jack Newall scored all three Carrboro goals.

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARIES
BASEBALL

Northern 13, Riverside 7
Northern|000|(12)00|1—13|12|2
Riverside|430|000|0—7|9|4

Batteries — Northern, Zach Garrison (W, 1-0) and Dillon Roberts. Riverside, Cameron Snow (L, 1-1), Will Hibbard (4th), Jake Kusz (6th) and Kusz, Micah Goodwin (6th).
Leading hitters — Northern, Jeffrey Glenn 3-4 (2B, 3 RBI), Jacob Bierman 3-5 (RBI), Garrison 2-5 (2B, RBI), Pete Vurnakes 1-5 (2B, 3 RBI). Riverside, Bub DeLuca 3-4 (HR, 2 RBI), Snow 2-4, Kusz 2-5 (2B).
Records — Northern 4-6, 2-1 PAC-6 4-A; Riverside 6-4, 1-1 PAC-6.

Orange 6, Chapel Hill 3
Chapel Hill    002    100    0—3    5    1
Orange    022    011    x—6    12    2

Batteries — Chapel Hill, Zach Jansen (L), Coby Fisher and Kevin Elefante; Orange, Bryse Wilson (W, 4-0), Jon Evans (SV, 4) and Joe Vance.
Leading hitters — Chapel Hill, Nick Debo 3-3 (RBI); Orange, Andrew Toney 2-4, Joe Piscitelli 2-3, Garrett Cloer 2-3, Jon Evans 1-3 (RBI).
Records — Chapel Hill 2-4, 0-1 Carolina 6 3-A; Orange 8-0, 1-0 C-6.

Jordan 14, Southern 1
(5 innings, mercy rule)
Southern    000    10—1    2    2
Jordan    653    0x—14    15    0

Batteries — Southern, Larry Stephens (L), Keyshaun Teet, Donte Brewer and Joshua Bumgardner; Jordan, Kerry Walker (W 2-1), Will Atkins and Ben Skeen.
Leading hitters — Southern, Joshua Bumgardner 1-2 (2B), Donte Brewer 1-2 (2B RBI); Jordan, Steven Oakley 2-4 (HR, 2B, RBI), Carter Dillard 2-3 (2 2B, 2 RBI), Ben Skeen 2-4 (2B), Max Veasey 2-2 (3 RBI)
Records — Southern 4-4, 0-2 PAC-6 4-A; Jordan 5-4, 2-1 PAC-6.

Carrboro 5, Roxboro Comm. 2
Carrboro    000    005    0—5    7    3
Rox. Comm.    000    001    1—2    3    3

Batteries — Carrboro, Ben West (W, 1-0) and Spencer Brown; Roxboro Community, Gray Peterson (L), Samuel Whitt (6th), Tucker Hoard (7th) and Tanner Powell.
Leading hitters — Carrboro, Jeff Strongoli 2-4, Connor Murphy 1-3 (2 RBI).
Records — Carrboro 2-5, 1-2 Carolina 12 1-A/2A; Roxboro Community 2-6, 1-3 C-12.

Granville Central 2, Franklin 1
Franklin    001    000    0—1    6    0
Granville Cen.    020    000    x—2    3    3

Trent Watkins and T. May; Peyton Thomas and Jacob Tarlton. WP—Thomas (1-0); LP—Watkins. Leading hitters—Franklin, Z. Moore 1-3 (2B), G. Rogers 2-2 (2B); Granville Central, Bryson Peed 1-2 (RBI).
Records—Granville Central 4-5, 2-2 Carolina 12; Franklin Academy 5-1, 3-1 C-12.

Cary Academy 11, Durham Academy 0
(6 innings, mercy rule)
Cary Academy    002    333—11    8    2
Durham Academy    000    000—0    2    3

Batteries — Cary Academy, Casey Miles (W), Daniel Kurtzer (5) and Justin Reich; Durham Academy, Neil Cornwell (L), Aaron Therien (5) and Davis Morgan.
Leading hitters — Cary Academy, Casey Miles 3-4 (2B, RBI), Sam Ingalls 2-3 (2B); Durham Acadmy, Patrick Callaghan 1-2 (2B), Ian Stafford 1-3 (2B).
Records — Cary Academy 2-0, 1-0 TISAC; Durham Academy 0-3, 0-1 TISAC.

GIRLS’ SOCCER
Riverside 2, Orange 0
Riverside    0    2—2
Orange    0    0—0

Goals — Riverside, Eliza Butts, Kayla Hudson. Assists — Riverside, Marie Muir.
Shots on goal — Riverside 10, Orange 1. Saves — Riverside 1 (Caitlyn Patton); Orange 8 (Madison Chandler 6, Beth Barbee 2).
Records — Riverside 3-1-1; Orange 0-4-1.

Franklin Academy 3, Voyager 1
Franklin Academy    2    1—3
Voyager Academy    1    0—1

Goals — Franklin, Catie Keel, Alicia McDonough, Hope Garcia (credited with Voyager own goal); Voyager, Danyel Beaver.
Records — Wake Forest Franklin Academy 5-1-1, 3-1-1 Carolina 12 1-A/2-A; Voyager Academy 0-5, 0-3 C-12.

Durham Academy 2, Cary Academy 1
Cary Academy    1    0—1
Durham Academy    0    2—2

Goals — Durham Academy, Lakin Barry, Kiah Stith. Assists — Durham Academy, France McDonald.

Chapel Hill 1, Leesville Road 0
Leesville Road    0    0—0
Chapel Hill    0    1—1

Goals—Chapel Hill, Maria Miggs. Assists—Chapel Hill, Laura Sullivan.
Records—Chapel Hill 4-1.

Chapel Hill 9, Cedar Ridge 1
(Thursday late report)
Cedar Ridge    1    0—1
Chapel Hill    4    5—9

Goals — Cedar Ridge, Gabby Gerlach; Chapel Hill, N/A. Assists — Cedar Ridge, Briana Campbell; Chapel Hill, N/A. Shots — Cedar Ridge 2, Chapel Hill 20. Saves — Cedar Ridge 6 (Kristine Sobnosky 4, Delaney King 2); Chapel Hill, N/A.
Records — Cedar Ridge 1-6-1, Chapel Hill 4-0.

SOFTBALL
Jordan 19, Southern 3
(3 innings, mercy rule)
Southern    201—3    3    0
Jordan    6(13)x—19    6    3

Batteries — Southern, Lillian Stevens (L) and Danielle Gatewood; Jordan, Rachel Bullock (W) and Hannah Hayes.
Leading hitters — Jordan, Alandra Williams 2-2 (3 RBI), Loren Bullock 1-1 (RBI), Jennifer Pidgeon 1-1 (2B, RBI).
Records — Southern N/A; Jordan 3-4, 3-0 PAC-6 4-A.

Orange 14, Chapel Hill 2
Chapel Hill    000    20—2    3    5
Orange    (14)00    0x—14    8    2

A. Kelley and C. Kauffman; Kyrbee Cheek and MacKenzie Cates. WP—Cheek (5-0); LP—Kelley. Leading hitters—Orange, Chenoa Daye 2-3 (3B), Cates 1-2 (HR), Kaneisha Pettiford 2-2 (3B), Rachel Peel 2-3 (2B).
Records—Orange 5-0, 1-0 Carolina 6 3-A; Chapel Hill 4-2, 0-1 C-6.

Riverside 13, Northern 3
Northern    000    020    1—3    5    4
Riverside    000    01(12)    x—13    13    2

Pitching — Northern, Callie Maunder (L), Libby Cheek (6th); Riverside, Lindsey Wiggins (W).
Leading hitters — Northern, Callie Horn 2-2 (2 2B), Cheek 1-3 (2B); Riverside, Green 3-5 (2B, 3 RBI), Wilson 2-3, Johnson 2-4 (RBI), Kelly 1-2 (3 RBI), Morris 3-4 (3 RBI).
 
BOYS’ TENNIS
Cedar Ridge 8, River Mill 1

SINGLES — Isaac Lutz (CR) d. Hunter Rudd 6-3, 6-2; Erik Lutz (CR) d. Caleb Garner 6-0, 6-2; Brandon Phares (CR) d. Taylor Beyson  6-0, 6-0; Ryan Hudson (CR) d. Henry Sells 6-4, 6-0; Forrest Heath (CR) d. Trent Sheilds 6-1, 6-0; Trevor Phares (CR) d. Joel Saju 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES — Stephen Jones/Sam Micol (CR) d. Hunter Rudd/Caleb Garner 8-5; Matt Holzapfel/Issam Knouf (CR) d. Taylor Beyson/Henry Sells 8-4; Joel Saju/Trent Shields (RM) d. Ari Farber/Isaac Smith 8-4
Records — Cedar Ridge 8-1, 6-1 Carolina 12 1-A/2-A; River Mill Academy 0-4, 0-4 C-12.

Durham Academy 5, Cary Academy 4
SINGLES — Justin Warren (DA) d. Calvin Ma 7-6 (4), 4-6, 10-5; Alex Yang (CA) d. Sam Lane 6-2, 6-4; Jason Lapidus (DA) d. Jeff Kenna 5-7, 7-5, 10-8; Jake Tillman (DA) d. Patrick Mulqueen 6-3, 6-4; Grant Goettel (CA) d. Addy Bollerslev 6-1, 6-2; Brett Hodgdon (CA) d. Kiran Nagar 6-1, 6-0.
DOUBLES — Warren/Sam Lane (DA) d. Ma/Alex Yang 8-4; Tillman/Lapidus (DA) d. Kenna/Mulqueen 8-4; Goettel/Zack Saklad (CA) d. Bollerslev/Kiran Nagar 8-5.
Records — Durham Academy 3-0.

Jordan 8, WF-Rolesville 1
SINGLES — Sam Bacon (J) d. Lukas Warren 6-0, 1-6, 10-6; Charles Herst (J) d. Mick DeHaan 6-2, 6-3; Cameron Pyle (J) d. Michael Finegan 6-0, 6-1; Colin Eimers (J) d.Ethan Porter 6-0, 6-3; Kevin Ostrowski (J) d. Philip Nixon 6-1, 6-1; Elliott Boyd (J) d. Joel Kibler 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES — Angel Jaime/Nick Grande (J) d. Warran/DeHaan 1-0 (forfeit); Finegan/Porter (Wake Forest-Roleseville) d. Sean Long/Caleb Avery 8-1; Lionel Nelson/Alex Madill (J) d. Nixon/Adam Esquerra 8-4.
Record — Jordan 5-4, 3-2 PAC-6 4-A.

GIRLS’ TRACK
DA 100, Ravenscroft 82, St. Mary’s 28, Word of God 9

Event winners
100—Cha’Mia Rothwell (Durham Academy) 12.93; 200—Cameron Castleberry (R) 26.6; 400—Carolyn Drewry (DA) 1:08.58; 800—Eliza Dekker (DA) 2:25.20; 1600—Dekker (DA) 5:21.13; 3200—Wesley Frazier (R) 12:02.0; 100 hurdles—Rothwell (DA) 16.73; 300 hurdles—Rebecca Powell (R) 51.60; High jump—Tie, Rothwell (DA) and Margaret Edwards (R) 5-2; Long jump—Peyton Delwig (DA) 14-8.25; Triple jump—Edwards (R) 29-6.5; Shot put—Betsy Wiener (DA) 28-7.5; Discus—Wiener (DA) 108-2.

BOYS’ TRACK
Ravenscroft 88, DA 59, Word of God 1

Event winners
100—Gregory Harper (R) 11.58; 200—Charlie Dektar (Durham Academy) 23.9; 400—Dektar (DA) 54.43; 800—Jimmy Mosca (DA) 2:11.12; 1600—Keeton Glenn (R) 5:14.28; 3200—Jordan Pierce (DA) 11:03.0; 110 hurdles—Ahmad Ratliff-Brown (R) 17.72; 300 hurdles—Ratliff-Brown (R), 46.53; High jump—Josh McCoy (R) 5-6; Long jump—Harper (R) 21-8; Triple jump—Harper (R) 39-5.25; Shot put—Jarron Ormond (R) 39-10; Discus—Michael Fagan (R) 98-1.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE
ECH 11, Durham Academy 7

Goals — Durham Academy, Angelika Zelko 2, Chloe Lewis 2, Robin Blazing 2, Jordan Barry, Leader Perun; East Chapel Hill, Sydney Holman 7, Maddie Fields, Allison Morsberger, Elizabeth Jensen, Lena Johnson.
Assists — Durham Academy, Hannah Pope 2; East Chapel Hill, Holman 2, Cassi Watters.

BOYS’ LACROSSE
Chapel Hill 16, Carrboro 3
Carrboro    1    1    1    0—4
Chapel Hill    7    2    5    2—16

Goals — Carrboro, Jack Newall 3; Chapel Hill, Colin Mraz 6, Paul Miller 4, Wally Holt 4, Peter Norwood 2. Assists — Carrboro, None; Chapel Hill, Tommy Voelkel 6, Wally Holt 3, Mraz 2, Miller 1.