Roundup: Women tennis, women golf, boys soccer and volleyball all in motion | Laurinburg Alternate

Roundup: Women tennis, women golf, boys soccer and volleyball all in motion | Laurinburg Alternate

Laura Wlodarczak returns a backhand shot throughout a Scotland women tennis match.
Neel Madhavan | Laurinburg Alternate

The Scotland Excessive College women tennis workforce defeated Lee County 7-2 on the street Monday.
For the reason that Yellow Jackets didn’t have a full roster, they forfeited the No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles matches.
In singles, Laura Wlodarczak gained 8-1 on the No. 1 spot, Olivia Aiken gained 8-2 on the No. 2 place and Valeria Carranza gained 8-2 at No. 3. Samantha Collard misplaced 8-5 on the No. 4 place and Maegan Gunnells fell 8-2 on the No. 5 spot.
In doubles, the Girl Scots gained each matches that had been performed. Wlodarczak and Aiken mixed to win 6-1 at No. 1 doubles, whereas Carranza and Morgan Stewart teamed as much as win 8-3 at No. 2 doubles.
Scotland women golf takes fourth at Foxfire
FOXFIRE — The Scotland Excessive College women golf workforce improved its rating in its second Sandhills Athletic Convention golf match of the season.
After capturing 184 as a workforce final week at Scotch Meadows, the Girl Scots mixed to shoot 177 Monday at Foxfire. Out of the 5 groups collaborating, Scotland completed fourth total.
“We improved some from final week as a workforce,” mentioned head coach David Synan. “Emma (Seales) and Claire (Smith) had their first ever golf competitors and did nicely.”
Religion McCormick led Scotland with a 55 throughout the nine-hole spherical that consisted of enjoying holes 1-8 and No. 18 on the Gray Fox Course.
Kelsey Hunter and Berkley Wallace every shot a 61, whereas Seales shot a 68 and Smith shot a 67.
Scots drop tight match to Union Pines 2-0
The Scotland Excessive College varsity boys soccer workforce dropped a carefully contested match 2-0 to Union Pines Monday.
Head coach David Wright mentioned the match rating didn’t replicate the workforce’s effort and the way shut the sport was.
“We’re nonetheless studying, we’re making progress and the boys are getting higher at what they’re doing,” Wright mentioned.
Each of the Vikings’ targets got here within the first half.
“The 2 targets scored got here on easy errors made by our gamers,” Wright mentioned.
As a workforce, the Scots completed with seven photographs with three of these being heading in the right direction
Girl Scots earn second win over West Columbus
The Scotland Excessive College varsity volleyball workforce earned its second straight 3-0 win over West Columbus Monday evening.
The Girl Scots gained the primary set 25-3, the second set 25-12 and the third set 25-9.
“We centered on shifting our servers round to totally different positions towards our opponents and dealing on good photographs after we couldn’t get a great swing on the ball,” mentioned head coach Libby Pearce. “We actually tried to verify our passes had been heading in the right direction to assist get good units to our hitters.”
Senior Taylor Waitley led Scotland with seven kills, whereas senior Kate Carter had 5 and senior Angelle Norton had 4.
Senior setters Olivia Hyatt and Kamdyn Morgan mixed for 14 assists.

Supply hyperlink

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.