Weekly Sports Wrap-Up: Sept. 12-17


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Sept. 14: Golf game at the Sandhills C.C. Flyers Invitational


On Tuesday, the golf team had their first match of the season. Molly Surles finished in 10th place with a total of 70 strokes and Jenna Crillo finished right behind with 71 strokes. Senior Leah Campbell finished with a total of 72 strokes. Monika Vicario shot a total of 141 strokes. Their next match is on Oct. 11 at the SVU Knights Invitational.


Sept. 14: Soccer game against Randolph-Macon College


The soccer team played against Randolph-Macon college and lost with a final score of 0-6. Senior Lilly Fox had a total of one shot and one shot on goal. Meredith Warrick, ‘25, and Rachel Johnson both had a total of one shot.


Sept. 17: Cross country meet at the Adidas XC Challenge


The cross country team placed third in the Adidas XC Challenge over the weekend. Corrine Weaver finished in 7th place with a time of 19:53.2. Julie Tonon was right behind Weaver in 8th place with a final time of 20:28.3. Isabella Saudo finished with a time of 21:22.2. Kaylee Spencer finished with a time of 22:53.8. Ashleigh Buser finished with a time of 22:53.9. Claire Miller finished with a time of 24:44.9. Emily Ward finished with a time of 24:50.1. Mia Russell finished with a time of 29:57.4. Freshman Keerthi Tammineni finished with a time of 30:38.2. Senior Isabelle Pasley finished with a time of 33:59.8. The cross country team runs again on Sept. 24 at the Queen City Invitational, hosted by Queens University of Charlotte.


Sept. 17: Volleyball game against Maryville College


The volleyball team played against Maryville College and lost with a final score of 2-3. Senior Whitney Bolton had a total of 40 attempts, 18 kills, one dig and one block solo. Hailey Long had 36 total attempts, 15 kills, 11 digs, one block solo and one block assist. Lauren Bissette had a total of 17 attempts, seven kills, two block solos and one block assist. Freshman Madelyn Clark had a total of 16 attempts, four kills and two digs. Freshman Sara Dees had a total of 15 attempts and six kills. Senior Avery Bowman had 14 total attempts, two kills, 11 digs and two block solos. Senior Lauren Phillips had two total attempts and 27 digs. Freshman Emily Emerson had seven total digs. Hannah Jo Jablonski had six total digs.


Sept. 17: Volleyball game against Covenant College


The volleyball team played against Covenant College and won with a final score of 3-0. Hailey Long had a total of 44 attempts, 18 kills, seven digs and one block assist. Whitney Bolton had a total of 29 attempts, eight kills and three digs. Sara Dees had a total of 20 attempts, six kills, three digs and one block assist. Lauren Bissette had 14 total attempts, eight kills, two digs, three block solos and one block assist. Madelyn Clark had a total of 13 attempts, three kills and one dig. Avery Bowman had nine total attempts, seven digs and one block assist. Hannah Jo Jablonski had one total attempt and 13 digs. Freshman Martin-Maine Wrangell had one total attempt and one dig. Lauren Phillips had 16 digs. Emily Emerson had four total digs. The volleyball team has their next game Sept. 22 at 7 pm against Methodist University.


Sept. 17: Soccer game against Randolph College


The soccer team won against Randolph College with a final score of 2-1. Freshman Kalin Creech had eight total shots, three shots on goal and one goal. Meredith Warrick and Lilly Fox both had three shots and one shot on goal. Kaelin Sanderford had two shots total and one shot on goal. Rachel Johnson had two total shots and one assist. Morgan Thomas had two total shots. Charlotte Ward had one total shot and one assist. Lillian Bennett, ‘25, Lauren Webster, ‘25, and Claire-Emma Britt all had one total shot.


By Mia Russell, Staff Writer

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