Roundup: Socastee rolls over Carolina Forest on baseball diamond
04/18/2013 12:38 PM
04/18/2013 12:48 PM
High school baseball• Socastee 9, (at) Carolina Forest 1 | Sam McKinney struck out seven batters as the Braves got the win over the Panthers
Records – Socastee: 17-6.• (At) Waccamaw 6, St. James 4 | Zac Sparaco was 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a double as the Warriors got the win. Andrew DeShields was 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBIs for the Sharks in the loss.
Records – Waccamaw: (15-8, 7-3 VIII-AA)
High school golf
(At) Socastee 155, St. James 155 | Ryan Crum shot par for St. James, as the Sharks and the Braves tied at Prestwick Country Club.
Socastee 155– Jeb Bennett 38, Ryan Case 38, Zach Hickman 39, David Dudleck 40.
St. James 155 – Ryam Crum 36, Alan Crum 38, Mason Richardson 40, Carstan McKinley 41.
Course – Prestwick Country Club. Par – 36.• Myrtle Beach 164, (at) Conway 167 | The Seahawks got the win over the Tigers at Shaftsbury Glen.
Myrtle Beach 164 – Mark Caravan 38, Michael Leftis 40, Josh Adkinson 41, Wesley Fisher 45.
Conway 167 – Travis Gunter 37, Travis King 41, Hunter Chandley 42, Chase Cannon 46.
Course – Shaftsbury Glen. Par – 36.• (At) Aynor 166, Waccamaw 166, Loris 204 | Johnson Holliday earned his fifth medalist honors of the season, leading Aynor to a tie with Waccamaw.
Waccamaw 166 – Jackson Cole 40, Will Canipe 41, Michael English 42, Conner Summer 43.
Aynor 166 – Johnson Holliday 39, Hampton Tiller 41, Spencer Cannon 42, Walker Johnson 44.
Loris 204 – Austin Prince 42, Hunter Bell 52, Dalton Trout 53, Austin Soles 57.
Course – At Burning Ridge Golf Club (Conway). Par – 36.
High school girls soccer• (At) Conway 1, Sumter 0| Caitlyn Cody scored the Tigers’ lone goal as Conway gets the win.
Goals – C: Caitlyn Cody.
Goalkeepers – C: Leah Stetter (9).
Records – Conway: (4-6, 1-5)
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