Wednesday’s area sports briefs
04/24/2013 9:29 PM
04/24/2013 11:28 PM
High school boys tennis• (At) Marion 7, Dillon 0 | The Swamp Foxes got the shutout over the Wildcats, winning seven-of-seven.
Singles – Tyler Williams (M) d. Jacob Stagg 6-1, 6-0; Matt Williams (M) d. Darryl Miller 6-0, 6-1; Zi Huang (M) d. Carlton Graham 6-3, 6-3; Anunay Pulukuri (M) d. Eriq Bruce 6-0, 6-0; Justin Turner (M) d. Jonta Washington 2-6, 6-2, 10-8. Doubles – T. Williams/Pulukuri (M) d. Miller/Bruce 6-1, 6-1; #2 Doubles Marion wins by forfeit.
Records – Marion: 10-5
(At) Myrtle Beach 2, North Myrtle Beach 0 | Senior forward Mason Lewis scored both of the Seahawks’ goals with assists by Franc Lamcja and Robert Wylie to get the win over the Chiefs. Myrtle Beach will travel to Georgetown on Monday.
Goals – MB: Mason Lewis 2.
Goalkeepers – MB: Anthony Silvestri (2). H: Dallas Sopa (10).
Records – Myrtle Beach: 15-3 (7-1 Region VII-AAA), North Myrtle Beach: 6-10-1 (3-5 Region VII-AAA).
High school girls soccer• (At) Socastee 4, Myrtle Beach 1 | The Braves got a big win over the region rival Seahawks Tuesday night, holding the birds to just one goal.
“It was a great win for us, we started really quick, we scored three quick goals and that really helped us out,” Socastee coach Alkis Leftis said.
Margaret Scalise and Isabela Vicento scored a goal a piece for Socastee, and Amber Rutledge scored two.
“The win helped us in the region too because it put us into contention to win the region title if we can win the last remaining games,” Leftis said. We still have a long way to go, but it was an emotional win for us.”
With the win the Braves move to 9-6 overall, and 5-2 in the region.
Goals – S: Amber Rutledge 2, Margaret Scalise, Isabela Vicentino.
Goalkeepers – S: Rikki Dollinger (8).
Records – Visitor 9-6 (5-2 Region VII-AAA).
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