Princeton wins easily, remains undefeated on the soccer pitch

Princeton improved its record to 3-0 with a 10-1 win against Union on Tuesday night. Veronica Blackman scored a hat-trick, with three goals and one assist, while Kiana Brewton knocked in two goals. Morgan Fields, Esbeydy Bautista, Adriana Gonzalez, Ruthie Zieverink and Cabrea Pettiway each scored one goal. Rachel Creech had two assists, and Zieverink had one assist.

Prep baseball

Eastern Wayne 6, South Central 5

Eastern Wayne scored five runs in the second inning and held off a late charge by South Central to win the game 6-5. Andrew Fricks was 3-4 from the plate with a double and one RBI, while Josh Gross went 1-3 with a double and an RBI. Drew Barnes finished 1-4 with an RBI. Colby Miller pitched three and two-thirds innings, allowing four runs, but tossed three strikeouts.

Wayne Country Day 2, Harrells Christian 1

Wayne Country Day scored two runs in the first inning and held on to beat Harrells Christian Academy 2-1. Senior Case Kermode was 2-3 from the plate with one RBI and double, while senior Avery Browning was 1-3 with one RBI and one double, while Tanner Willman got the win the mound. Willman pitched two two-thirds innings and threw four strikeouts.

D.H. Conley 8, C.B. Aycock 0

The Golden Falcons (0-5 overall) struggled from the plate as D.H. Conley toppled the Golden Falcons 8-0. Noah Overton had the Golden Falcons’ lone hit.

Princeton 3,Union 0New Bern 10, Southern Wayne 1

Prep girls’ soccer

Wayne Country Day 3, Harrells Christian Academy 1

Langley Barnes scored one goal and assist as the Chargers zapped Harrells Christian 3-1. Hayden Nielsen and Ashton Gupton each scored one goal, while Danielle Johnston had one assist.

Goldsboro 4, North Lenoir 1 (Monday)

Sierra Stephens scored three goals, and Hannah Williamson scored one goal and had one assist as the Cougars roared past North Lenoir 4-1. The Cougars play James Kenan tonight. The game starts at 6 p.m.

Prep boys’ tennis

C.B. Aycock 6, Eastern Wayne 2

C.B. Aycock beat Eastern Wayne 6-2 on Tuesday afternoon. Eastern Wayne’s Dylan March beat James Rodriguez 6-0, 6-0. C.B. Aycock’s Jonas Creel beat Tyler de la Motte 6-0, 6-2. Sam McKinney toppled Eastern Wayne’s Ahnaf Hussain 6-0, 6-0, while the Golden Falcons’ Nolan Casey defeated John Davis 6-0, 6-0. Payne Casey(CBA) beat Alex Thomas 6-0, 6-2, and Keenan Smith(CBA) beat Isa Alghorazi 6-0, 6-0. In the doubles matches, March and de la Motte beat Rodriguez and McKinney 8-2, the number two doubles was not played due to long-running singles matches. Demonte and Jacob Clark (CBA) beat Hussain and Mohamed Mohamed 8-0. The Warriors are now 1-2 overall.

“(The) team is continuing to improve in technique and competitiveness with each match. Especially pleased with Dylan March and Tyler de la Motte, who played well in singles and doubles today against a very deep and talented Aycock team,” said Eastern Wayne head coach Josh Dixon

Prep softball

Southern Wayne 6, New Bern 0

Southern Wayne shut New Bern 6-0 on the softball diamond, Mackenzie Bryan got the win in the circle — and had 11 strikeouts, one walk, and only allowed one hit. “She was phenomenal,” said Saints head coach Jamie Wiliams. Senior Kelly Dail continued her solid play going 2-3 with two singles, scoring two runs, and stealing two bases. Senior Kya Hunter got the offense started with a leadoff walk in the bottom of the third, and eventually scored after a sacrifice bunt by Allie Lane moved Hunter to second base. Then sophomore Abbey Parker had a sacrifice hit advancing Hunter to third base. Then seniors Dawn Anderson connected for back to back hits scoring Hunter, Bryan then hit the ball to right field as Anderson and Dail scored.

Prep track and field

On Monday, Charles B Aycock High School competed in its first outdoor track meet of the 2019 season hosted by Fike High School. Fike came in first place, C.B. Aycock came in second, while Rosewood finished third. The following accomplishments were made for C.B. Aycock’s girls’ team:

The lady’s 4x400 relay placed second with the following members: Kristen Ridgle, Kayla West, Audrey Dail, and Aaliyah Harrington; the lady’s 4x200 Relay placed second with the following members: Denai Watkins, Timeka Banks, Emily Feddersen, and Dasani Jackson; the lady’s 4x100 relay placed second with the following members: Denai Watkins, Audrey Dail, Emily Feddersen, and Dasani Jackson. Watkins and Jackson finished second and fourth respectively in the 100-meter dash. Watkins also placed third in the 200-meter dash with a time of 30.18; Jackson placed first in the high jump with a height of 4 ft; Timeka Banks placed second in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 26.38. Adrien Floars, Kennedy Odom, and Jasmine LaTour finished first, third, and fourth respectively in shot put, while Kayla West placed third in the 1600-meters with a time of 7:28. West also placed second in the 800-meters with a time of 3:09. Ebony Green and Timeka Banks placed second and third respectively in the 300-meter hurdles, and Adrian Floars and Sara Wenninger placed first and third respectively in the discus.

Local golf

The Walnut Creek Ladies Golf Association started their 2019 Golf season today with new officers Mona McConnaughey, Vice President Maureen Prys, Secretary Penny Ritt, and Treasurer Hiromi Sueki. Today’s Low Gross winner was Mary Ann Sutton. Evelyn Rose captured Low Net, and Penny Ritt claimed Low Putts.