HPCA baseball holds off Westchester

Mar. 25—PEAK — Peak Christian constructed a huge lead, then hung on to beat crosstown competing Westchester Nation Day 8-7 in PTAC baseball Tuesday at Oak View Baptist Church.

Mitch Adams went 2 for 3 with a crowning achievement while Noah Hill went 2 for 3 with 2 doubles to lead the Cougars (8-2 in general, 3-0 PTAC), who scored 5 runs in the very first and 3 in the 3rd to lead 8-4.

Sam Sapp got the win on the mound, enabling 2 hits and 4 strolls while starting out 3 in 4 scoreless innings of relief. Carter Bass got the conserve. Tate Vogler took the loss for the Wildcats.

Josh Hammond had 2 hits and 2 strolls for Westchester (1-2, 0-1), which scored 3 runs in the 2nd and 3 in the seventh to remain within reach. Caleb Hammond included a hit and 3 RBI.

Trey Johnson likewise had a hit and an RBI while Clay Rosser broke in a hit.

The groups play once again Thursday at Westchester.

SOCCER SW GUILFORD, RAGSDALE

PEAK — Southwest Guilford and Ragsdale played to a 1-1 incorporate nonconference women soccer Tuesday at Southwest.

Kendall France scored off a help by Bella Tkatch for the Cowgirls (0-1-1), and Laurel Collins made 6 conserves in objective.

BISHOP MCGUINESS, N. STOKES

KERNERSVILLE — Katelynn Williams scored 4 objectives and Claire Clampett included 2 as Bishop McGuinness blanked North Stokes 9-0 on Tuesday at Bishop.

Emilia Pirkl, Sunita Agarwala and Gloria Culler included an objective each for the Bad Guys (4-0).

Eliza Ofsanko dished 4 helps while Violet McCann and Williams had one each.

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, DURHAM ACADEMY

DURHAM — Kayla Burroughs and Emma Flippen scored the objectives as Wesleyan Christian Academy downed Durham Academy 2-0 on Tuesday.

Taylor Ford and Burroughs dished helps for the Trojans (2-0).

LEDFORD, ATKINS

WINSTON-SALEM — Ledford lost 9-0 versus Atkins in its women soccer season-opener Tuesday at Atkins.

SOFTBALL CENTRAL DAVIDSON, LEDFORD

WALLBURG — Central Davidson blanked Ledford 3-0 in a nonconference video game including Central Carolina 2A Conference enemies Tuesday.

Chloe Everhart took the loss in the circle, quiting 3 hits and a made run with 4 strikeouts in 3 innings.

Leading players for Ledford consisted of Anna Holland (2 for 2); Julie Motsinger (1 for 3) and Madi Butcher (1 for 3).

Ledford dropped to 2-1.

DAVIE COUNTY, GLENN

KERNERSVILLE — Davie County squashed Glenn 19-1 in a video game stopped after 5 innings due to the fact that of a grace guideline Tuesday.

Davie, which popped 13 hits, scored 6 in the very first, 2 in the 2nd, 3 in the 3rd and 8 in the 4th. Glenn pressed throughout its run in the 5th.

Erika Clinard took the loss in the circle. In 3 innings, she quit 11 runs (6 made) and 7 hits, set out 5 and strolled 4.

Riley Joyce, Riley Blake and Mary Morini popped a hit each for the Ladycats, who had 4 overall.

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN

CHARLOTTE — Wesleyan Christian lost 17-0 in 5 innings versus Charlotte Christian on Tuesday in softball at Charlotte Christian.

Lila Allred had actually a hit while Chandler Deese and Hallie Allred each had a taken base for the Trojans (0-4). Lila Allred took the loss in the circle.

TW ANDREWS, EASTERN RANDOLPH

RAMSEUR — T.W. Andrews lost 16-0 in 3 innings versus Eastern Randolph in PAC-7 2A softball Tuesday at Eastern Randolph.

The Red Raiders dropped to 0-2 both general and in the conference.

TRINITY, PROVIDENCE GROVE

CLIMAX — Trinity lost 12-0 in 4 innings versus Providence Grove in PAC-7 2A softball Tuesday at Providence Grove.

It was the Bulldogs’ very first video game of the season.

T

ENNIS DURHAM ACADEMY, WESLEYAN

DURHAM — Durham Academy stopped Wesleyan Christian 9-0 on Tuesday.

The Trojans dipped to 1-3 general.

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SOCCER HP CHRISTIAN, WESTCHESTER

PEAK — Peak Christian edged Westchetser 3-2 in intermediate school women soccer Tuesday.

Adalyn Carper, Kinsley Britton, Caroline Dougherty tallied objectives for the Cougars (3-1, 1-1). Caroline Dougherty and Taylor Lilly dished helps.

Natalie Seperteladze and Addison Ragsdale scored for the Wildcats.

TENNIS WESLEYAN, REDEEMER

PEAK — Wesleyan Christian topped Redeemer School of Winston-Salem 5-4 in intermediate school kids tennis Tuesday.

Henry Henning, Eli Henning and Patrick Greene won in songs for Wesleyan. The Hennings group for one Wesleyan doubles triumph, and Greene and Blake Sherrill supplied another.

BASEBALL WESLEYAN, CHARLOTTE STAMPEDE

PEAK — Wesleyan slowed the Charlotte Stampede 6-4 in intermediate school baseball Tuesday.

Beginning pitcher Nick Papciak got the win. He set out 6 and quit a run and 3 hits in 4 innings.

Thompson Holloway tripled and had an RBI for the Trojans. Neil Swindell went 2 for 2 with a double, and Papciak went 1 for 3 at the plate.

COLLEGES 3 FROM HPU EARN WEEKLY TRACK FORMALITY

CHARLOTTE — Peak junior sprinter Paul Gore (Raleigh) is the Big South conference Guy’s Track Professional athlete of the Week, and colleague jumper Freddie Allen III (Riverside, Calif.) was tabbed the Guy’s Outdoor Field Professional athlete of the Week, the conference revealed Wednesday.

Peak freshman pole vaulter Sydney Horn (Lancaster, Pa.) was chosen the Women’s Outdoor Field Professional athlete of the Week.

In her very first college outside occasion, Horn won the pole vault at the Expense Webb Combined/Bob Davidson Memorial Invitational with a height of 4.23m (13-feet, 10.50 inches). The vault ranks 2nd all-time in Big South history, and presently leads the country.

Allen made gold in the long dive at the Expense Webb/Bob Davidson Invite with a range of 7.39m (24-03.00), which ranks initially in the Big South this year and 19th in the nation.

Gore ended up second in the 200-meter dash at the Expense Webb/Bob Davidson fulfill with a 21.29 in case. It is the leading 200m time in the conference this season.

WINSTON-SALEM — Promoters of weekly racing at Bowman Gray Arena revealed Wednesday that the quarter-mile track will not open on April 17 due to the fact that of COVID-19 participation constraints.

Although outside places can fill as much as 50% of capability beginning on Friday, track authorities stated in a release they have actually not had the ability to establish a presence strategy of more than 20% capability due to the fact that of unreserved bleacher seating and social distancing requirements. The release stated that participation that low in the 17,000-seat arena makes the racing not practical economically.

A series of session that were to have actually started Saturday are likewise held off.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.