Ali Schwartz had two goals and one assist for the Wildcats (2-0), who led 7-0 at halftime. Anna Sloan Culp also scored two goals, while Lucy Larkin Heard, Anna Beth Merritt, Olivia Beaver, Emma Engle and Madeline McWhorter each had one.
Dory Keever, Merritt and Beaver each had an assist.
OAK GROVE, CENTRAL DAVIDSON
MIDWAY — Oak Grove lost 1-0 against Central Davidson in Central Carolina 2A Conference girls soccer Wednesday at Oak Grove.
Shelly Parker made four saves in goal for the Grizzlies (1-1 overall, 0-1 conference).
WASHINGTON — Thirteenth-seeded Trinity lost 4-0 against fourth-seeded Washington in the opening round of the NCHSAA 2A East boys soccer playoffs at Washington.
The Bulldogs finished their season with a 7-3-1 record.
BISHOP McGUINNESS, MOUNT AIRY
MOUNT AIRY — Bishop McGuinness rolled past rival Mount Airy 5-0 in Northwest 1A Conference girls soccer Wednesday at Mount Airy.
Justine Williams scored two goals for the Villains (2-0 overall, 2-0 NWC), who led 4-0 at halftime. Anna Krawczyk, Katelynn Williams and Emilia Pirkl each had one.
Mikayla Ebel had two assists, while Pirkl and Krawczyk each had one.
Avery Krivis made four saves in goal.
EAST DAVIDSON, SOUTH DAVIDSON
DENTON — East Davidson beat South Davidson 8-0 in nonconference girls soccer Wednesday at South Davidson.
Abby Connolly had three goals and two assists to lead the Golden Eagles, who led 3-0 at halftime. Karla Paniagua had a goal and three assists, while Carson Suggs had one goal and one assist.
Yadira Ramirez, Lauren Tippett and Nathaly Conforme each had one goal.
GLENN, SOUTHEAST GUILFORD
PLEASANT GARDEN — Glenn lost 5-2 against Southeast Guilford in nonconference girls soccer Wednesday at Southeast.
Abigail Foreman had two goals for the Bobcats (0-2), who trailed 4-0 at halftime. Aryana Rizo and Cathy Guzman each had an assist.
SOFTBALL LEDFORD, GLENN
KERNERSVILLE — Ledford topped Glenn 18-3 in five innings Wednesday at Glenn.
Chloe Everhart went the distance in circle for the Panthers in their season opener. She allowed five hits and fanned four.
Leading hitters for Ledford included Juli Motsinger (4 for 4 with 3 RBIs); Madi Butcher (3 for 5 with 2 stolen bases); Sophie Conger (2 for 3 with a triple and 3 RBIs); Sophie Wheat (2 for 4 with a double, homerun and 4 RBIs); Averee Atkins and Haylee Smith each had two hits.
Ledford plays host to Oak Grove on Monday.
RAGSDALE, SOUTHEAST GUILFORD
PLEASANT GARDEN — Ragsdale lost 16-1 in four innings against Southeast Guilford in nonconference softball Wednesday at Southeast.
It was the Tigers’ first game.
TENNIS LEDFORD, W. DAVIDSON
TYRO — Ledford won all but one singles match and defeated West Davidson 8-1 in Central Carolina 2A tennis on Wednesday.
Singles winners for the Panthers were Chris Hartzell, Sam Kruse, Joe Lamb, Rafal Kostraba, Jake Queen and Breenan Norton.
Hartzell/Queen and Kruse/Josh Gross won in doubles.
WESTCHESTER, BURLINGTON SCHOOL
BURLINGTON — The Burlington School defeated visiting Westchester Country Day 8-1 on Wednesday.
Max Verellen won a singles match for the Wildcats (0-2).
SW GUILFORD, NW GUILFORD
GREENSBORO — Southwest Guilford lost 9-0 against Northwest Guilford in nonconference boys tennis Wednesday at Northwest.
The Cowboys — highlighted by Tim Vo, who won six games in his two-set loss — dropped to 1-1.
BISHOP McGUINNESS, MILLENNIUM CHARTER
KERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness swept Millennium Charter 9-0 in nonconference boys tennis Wednesday at Fourth of July Park.
Luca Pestana, Bobby Peters, Grant Wilson, Timothy Hackman, Connor Whalen and Joshua Hanflink won in singles. Pestana-Wilson, Peters-Hackman and Whalen-Evan Sturgill won in doubles.
The Villains improved to 1-1.
OAK GROVE, NORTH DAVIDSON
WELCOME — North Davidson defeated Oak Grove 6-3 in Central Carolina 2A Conference boys tennis Wednesday at North.
Eli McNeil and Brady Weisner won in singles for the Grizzlies (0-1 overall, 0-1 CCC), while Parker Frost and Justin Gadd teamed to win in doubles.
RAGSDALE, WESTERN GUILFORD
GREENSBORO — Ragsdale swept Western Guilford 9-0 in nonconference boys tennis Wednesday at Western.
Ian Harmon, Anthony Orfanedes, Landen Ramsey, Jay Patel, Connor Smith and Joseph Adayea won in singles for the Tigers (1-0). Harmon-Orfanedes, Ramsey-Patel and Smith-Adayea won in doubles.
GOLF AT MEADOWLANDS
WALLBURG — Oak Grove won a pair of matchups against East Davidson in Central Carolina 2A Conference boys and girls golf Wednesday at Meadowlands Golf Club.
The Oak Grove boys won 151-188 while the girls won by default with a score of 123.
Cayden Bryner medaled with a 33 to lead the Oak Grove boys, followed by Michael Morris with a 35, Cooper Barnett with a 41 and Trey Benson with a 42.
Emma Maddock shot a 38 for the girls, while Sarah Stewart had a 40 and Kaitlyn McDonel had a 45.
HPU MEN’S SOCCER, WINTHROP
ROCK HILL, S.C. — High Point University’s men’s soccer team remained undefeated in the Big South with a 3-0 win over Winthrop on Wednesday at Eagle Field.
Alex Abrill, Sebastian Chalbaud, and Alessandro Sobbachi scored goals for the Panthers, who improved to 6-1 and 4-0 in the conference with their fourth shutout of the season. HPU did all of its scoring in the second half.
HPU goes to Presbyterian on Wednesday.
HPU WOMEN’S LACROSSE, COASTAL CAROLINA
HIGH POINT — High Point University beat Coastal Carolina 16-9 in nonconference women’s lacrosse Wednesday at Vert Stadium.
Ashley Britton had five goals and two assists to lead the Panthers (2-6), who led 8-4 at halftime. Abby Hormes also scored five goals, while Nicole Pugh added two goals and Mena Loescher had two assists to highlight the offense.
Sarah Zeto (nine saves) and Jill Rall (one save) combined for the win in goal.
HPU HEADS TRACK AND FIELD FAVORITES
CHARLOTTE — High Point University was the top team overall in BIg South preseason track and field polls announced Wednesday.
HPU was the overwhelming selection as the top women’s team, taking seven of eight first place votes and totalling 63 of 64 points.Campbell got the other first-place vote and finished second
In the men’s poll, HPU and Campbell tied for first with 45 points and the Panthers received four first-place votes to three for the Camels.
Charleston Southern, USC Upstate and UNC Asheville ranked third through fifth in both polls.
LEXINGTON — Davidson-Davie Community College defeated Caldwell Community College and the TI Cobras 97-71 on Wednesday at Brinkley Gym.
NaZae Baltinore led the Storm with 19 points. Javcon Jones added 17, D.J. Suggs 15, I.J. Rogers 11 and Isaiah Pruitt 10.
ASHEBORO — The Late Model division will be featured as Caraway Speedway returns to action this Saturday with its second meet of the season.
Races for Mini-Stocks, Bowman Gray Stadium Street Stocks, UCARs. 600 Racing Legends and Junior Elites are also on the schedule.
Matt Hirschman won a 99-lap Southern Modified Auto Racing Teams event that was the feature last weekend, taking the lead from Burt Myers in the final lap.
Myers finished second. Bobby Labonte started on the pole, led laps and was trying to take second from Myers when he spun in the final turn on the last lap.
Dylan Ward won the Late Model race, topping Coy Beard. A.J. Sanders was the Mini-Stock winner.