Feb. 16—HIGH POINT — High Level University scored in the first minute and raced previous Lees-McRae 5-0 in its males’s soccer season opener Sunday at Vert Stadium.
MD Myers scored twice for the Panthers (1-0), who reached the Broad South Convention tournament championship in the tumble of 2019. Sebastian Chalbaud, Alex Abril and Finn McRobb each added one purpose.
Reduce Phipps and Davis Biggerstaff each had two assists whereas Caco Fernandez for High Level, which scored three targets in the first half of to lead comfortably over the Bobcats, who play in the Division II Convention Carolinas.
The Panthers, who’re coached by extinct Southwest Guilford standout Zach Haines, outshot Lees-McRae 16-4 for the match — in conjunction with 9-0 in the first half of. They play all all over again Sunday at dwelling against Gardner-Webb to originate convention play.
HPU WOMEN’S LACROSSE, MERCER
HIGH POINT — High Level University built a lead halfway by the match and held on to beat Mercer 13-11 in nonconference girls’s lacrosse Sunday at Vert Stadium.
Ashley Britton scored four targets to lead the Panthers (1-1), who scored twice in the closing 21/2 minutes of the first half of to lead 7-5 and thrice in the first 10 minutes of the 2nd half of to lead 10-5.
Abby Hormes added three targets, followed by Kaely Kyle with two targets. Emma Genovese, Rachel Foster, Nicole Pugh and Kay Rosselli each added one purpose, whereas Mena Loescher had three assists and Megan Nerney and Brielle Prouty each had one
Mercer answered with five of the following six to pull internal 11-10 with 91/2 minutes left. But the Panthers, who got four saves from Sarah Zeto in purpose, scored twice to lead 10-13 with six minutes left and held on. High Level performs all all over again Sunday at North Carolina.
CURRAN, WYATT EARN CONFERENCE AWARDS
HIGH POINT — High Level University’s Skyler Curran changed into named the Broad South Women’s Basketball Participant of the Week whereas teammate guard Claire Wyatt changed into the Freshman of the Week, the league announced Monday.
Curran averaged 22.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, shot 56% from the self-discipline and 53% from 3-point fluctuate in leading the Panthers to 2 Broad South wins at Radford. She opened with a crew-excessive 24 points in precisely 21 minutes in Friday’s take after which tallied 20 points on Saturday. Curran made no longer lower than four 3s and 50% in each video games and changed into also 5 for 5 from the free-throw line.
Wyatt had the first two 20-point video games of her profession in the sequence sweep at Radford and performed the 2-game put with 21.0 points, shooting 66.7% from the flooring and 73% from previous the arc. She scored 20 points with three rebounds and made 4 of 6 from 3-point fluctuate Friday, then tallied a profession-excellent 22 points to boot to 6 boards, three assists and two steals Saturday.
HPU TRACK & FIELD
LYNCHBURG, Va. — High Level University males’s and girls’s indoor track and self-discipline groups put three college records and won three events in some unspecified time in the future of the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Liberty.
Terris Burton II broke the 16-year-used file in the 400-meter hurry, taking fourth in 48.61, and put a brand novel mark in the 500, finishing 2nd in 1: 103.46. Deron Dudley also put a brand novel mark in the 60-meter hurry, taking fifth in 6.89.
A success events were: Daniel Bogle in the lengthy soar (7.30m), Adam Craig in the pole vault (4.70m) and Jessica Keys in the pole vault (3.75m).
High-five finishers for the males were: Zion Fearon (500m — fourth, 1: 07.79), Freddie Allen III (lengthy soar — 2nd, 7: 27m), Dekairi Brown (lengthy soar — third, 7.15m), Larry Coaxum (triple soar — fourth, 14.04m), Kolt Byers (pole vault — third, 4.60m), Chris Van Niekerk (shot assign apart — 2nd, 16.56m; weight throw — third, 16.10m) and the 4×400 relay (fifth, 3: 20.43).
High-five finishers for the girls were: Jordan Morrison (500m — 2nd, 1: 17.26; 400m — third, 57.84), Nyile Facey (60m hurdles — fourth, 8.78), Emma Grace (pole vault — fifth, 3.50m), Nathalie Elliott (pole vault invitational — fifth, 4.11m) and Alicia Dawson (lengthy soar — 5.82m).
NCHSAA 4A SWIMMING & DIVING
CARY — Ragsdale posted three prime-five finishes in some unspecified time in the future of the NCHSAA 4A swimming and diving issue championship Friday in Raleigh and Saturday in Cary.
On Friday on the Pullen Aquatic Center, Bayleigh Cranford performed 2nd in the girls 1-meter diving with a rating of 406.15.
On Saturday on the Triangle Aquatic Center, Robert Tars took fourth in the boys 100-yard freestyle in 46.17 and third in the 100-yard backstroke in 50.40.
W.A. Hough won the girls championship, whereas Green Hope won the boys championship. Ardrey Kell’s Teresa Ivan changed into named the Most Outstanding Swimmer on the girls side, and South Mecklenburg’s Garrett Boone changed into selected on the boys side.
TRIAD ALL-STAR CLASSIC
Eight dwelling players were selected for next month’s Triad High College All-Considerable particular person Basic.
Bishop McGuinness’ Noah Allred, Wesleyan Christian’s Isaiah Ray and Kade Darr, High Level Christian’s KJ Garrett, and Thomasville’s Malcolm Knight were chosen to the boys groups.
Ragsdale’s Katarina Maros, Southwest Guilford’s Kendall Shaw and Wesleyan Christian’s Morgan Carter were selected to the girls groups.
Bishop’s Josh Thompson may well also coach the boys West crew.
The match will seemingly be March 19-20 at Vivid Light Academy in Greensboro.