Daily Roundup: March 9, 2019


Southeastern Homeschool 8, Wilmington Christian Academy 3

Noah Sibbett and Caden Lang combined on a no-hitter and eight different Cardinals scored in the road victory.

Sibbett struck out four in his three innings and Lang fanned five over the final three frames. The duo did walk nine batters and Southeastern Homeschool (2-0) committed two errors. Offensively, Lang was 2-for-3 with a double.

The loss dropped WCA to 1-2 overall.

Southeastern Homeschool 6, North Wake Homeschool 2

Jackson Travis went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run and the Cardinals scored at least one run in each of the first four innings.

Luke Cutler, Jeb Hinkle and Chase King each drove in one run. Cutler struck out five in the final two innings to close the door.

North Wake Homeschool 3, Wilmington Christian Academy 2

Zane Bloom went 2-for-3 with a triple, RBI and run and three WCA pitchers combined to strike out nine in the loss.

Bloom led off the bottom of the sixth with his triple and scored on Andrew Roberts’ single to right to cut the deficit to 3-2., but the Patriots were unable to get the tying run into scoring position.

Roberts was great on the mound, striking out five and holding North Wake hitless over the final 2 1/3 innings.

Laney 10, Jacksonville 0 (6 innings)

Southpaw Sam Garcia tossed a complete-game shutout, allowing only two hits and striking out five to keep the Buccaneers unbeaten.

Jake Ettefagh went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two RBI and a run. Garrett Wolff also doubled in a run for Laney (4-0), which scored four runs in the third inning with two outs.

Matt Adam scored the game-ending run on an error. He scored twice, as did Brooks Byers and Hayden Pinckney.

South Brunswick 7, Loris, S.C. 0

The Cougars rebounded from Friday’s extra-inning loss at Laney with a dominant nonconference home win.

Carl Stidham, Cameron Poole and Clark Anderson combined on a two-hit shutout. Stidham earned the victory by striking out five in four innings. Poole struck out one in his lone inning and Anderson fanned four in two innings.

Haiden Lynch was the other South Brunswick (3-2) player with multiple hits. He finished 2-for-3 with two RBI. Poole had a double and Mason Phillips tripled.

North Myrtle Beach, S.C. 8, West Brunswick 3

A seven run bottom of the fifth inning doomed the Trojans, who suffered their second loss in as many days.

Three errors plagued West Brunswick (1-2). Only three of the eight runs scored by North Myrtle Beach were earned. Jeepie Wilson led the offense by going 2-for-3. David Warth and Ethan Reed each drove in a run.


Ashley 6, Currituck 1

The Brittany Showcase in Wilson

The Screaming Eagles ended the event with a dominant victory behind a pair of goals from Hannah Stafford and Mia Hogan.

Lucy Jennings-Gilbert and Kyla Stewart also found the back of the net for Ashley (2-2-1). Goalkeeper Maleah Bainer made three saves.

South Brunswick 4, Wilson Christian Academy 2

The Brittany Showcase in Wilson

Goalkeeper Hunter Pender made 10 saves and Ava Lechtrecker scored two goals and added an assist in the victory.

South Brunswick (2-1) also got a goal and an assist from Caitlin Lewis as well as a goal from Cambria Oldham.

Corinth Holders 1, Laney 0

The Brittany Showcase in Wilson

The Buccaneers were unable to capitalize on a handful of opportunities, falling to 2-1-1 on the young season.

Gray’s Creek 3, Topsail 1

The Brittany Showcase in Wilson

Brooke Pacheco found the back of the net in the 13th minute, but the Pirates couldn’t generate any other offense in the defeat.

Topsail (2-2) goalkeeper Briana Vreuls finished with four saves.


New Hanover 15, Northern Duham 3

Kyle Hatcher put home a team-high six goals and John Murray added three goals and three assists in the home nonconference win.

New Hanover (2-1) also got three goals and an assist from Anthony Bowerman as well as two goals and two assists from Gage Tanner.

West Brunswick 6, South Brunswick 5

From Friday

William McRainey and Braxton Powell each scored a pair of goals and the Trojans picked up just their second ever Mideastern Conference victory.

West Brunswick (1-1, 1-1 Mideastern) goalkeeper Will Pickard stopped eight shots.

South Brunswick is now 0-3 overall and 0-3 in league play.


West Brunswick 20, South Brunswick 5

From Friday

Cecelia Vergara scored a school-record 10 goals and dished out four assists to lead the Trojans to a lopsided rivalry win.

Kara Cheers chipped in six goals and two assists for West Brunswick (1-1, 1-1 Mideastern), which allowed only one goal after halftime.

South Brunswick fell to 0-3 overall and 0-3 in the MEC.


Garner 6, South Brunswick 3

Seniors Nick Costa and Grayson Moffitt accounted for all three of South Brunswick’s points.

Costa won at No. 1 singles and Moffitt was victorious at No. 2. The duo then teamed for a win at No. 1 doubles.

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