Daily Roundup: April 6, 2019

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BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Screaming Eagle Invitational at Ashley

***Click here to view 68 photos from the meet***

North Brunswick junior Jieem Bullock won three events to lead all local competitors at Saturday’s meet.

Bullock captured the 110-meter hurdles in 14.96 and also was victorious in the long jump (21-0) and high jump (6-6). The Scorpions also got wins from Kwesi Clarke (200 in 23.02) and Daveon Trillo (42.51 in 300 hurdles).

Ashley took home the team title, but final team scores weren’t available.

The only Screaming Eagle to come away with a victory was Alex Boring, who cleared 12-6 in the pole vault.

Other area individual winners were: New Hanover’s Aidan Flynn (1:59.97 in 800), Laney’s Patrick Shields (4:38.27 in 1,600) and South Brunswick’s AJ McNeil (137-9 in discus).

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Screaming Eagle Invitational at Ashley

***Click here to view 68 photos from the meet***

North Brunswick’s Keyana Yeoman won all four events she competed in, including both hurdles.

Yeoman finished the 100-meter hurdles in 15:12 and then crossed the finish line in 47.27 in the 300 hurdles. She was also on the victorious 4×100 relay (49.33) and 4×200 relay (1:43.97).

Hoggard won the team title, but final team scores weren’t available.

The Vikings got wins from Keygan Pettigrew (57.72 in 400) and Caroline Flax (10-3 in pole vault).

Laney’s Natalie Tyner cruised to a win in the 1,600 with a time of 5:07.49 and Ashley’s Reagan Haney set a new personal best of 5-4 to captured the high jump. Pender’s Daisy Hearn had a time of 59.26 in the 100-meter dash wheelchair race and a distance of 18-7 in wheelchair shot put.

BOYS LACROSSE

Cape Fear Academy 13, Onslow Brigade 8

Stevens Institute of Technology commit Henry Murtagh put home five goals to help the Hurricanes pick up their second win of the day.

CFA (7-1) also got a hat trick and two assists from Miller Dalton. Preston Meehl and Reed Sweyer both had one goal and two assists.

Goalkeeper Owen Johnson finished with 14 saves.

Cape Fear Academy 10, Porter Gaud, S.C. 9

Henry Murtagh put home a team-high six goals and goalkeeper Owen Johnson made 23 saves in a hard-fought victory in the first game of the day.

The Hurricanes (6-1) also got one goal and three assists from Rhodes College commit Preston Meehl. Colin Moore, Miller Dalton, Reed Sweyer and Trevor Shelton also had a goal.

GIRLS SOCCER

Hoggard 1, Charlotte Latin 0

The lone goal in the game came off the foot of senior Erin Willis in the 65th minute.

Hoggard (14-2) goalkeeper Blair Barefoot made a pair of saves to preserve the shutout. The Vikings have outscored their opponents 92-4 this season.

Coastal Christian 1, Asheville Christian School 0

Lauren Allen scored the game-winning goal in the second half  off an assist from Elsa Johnson to give the Centurions a nonconference victory.

Freshman goalkeeper Betsy Wheeler earned the clean sheet by stopping all 14 shots she faced.

With the win, Coastal Christian improved to 9-4.

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