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Written by Mike Kelly   
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 07:53

The Watauga High women's soccer team continued its winnings way Tuesday night.

The Pioneers (6-1-1 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference; 10-2-1 overall)
defeated Fred T. Foard 2-0 in Newton, NC. Kendyl Baird scored both WHS
goals. Hannah Younger and Jeanette Vines each had an assist. The
Pioneers return home to play Alexander Central Friday night.....The
WHS JV team won that same 2-0 score on Tuesday night. Hali Wood-Miller
had a goal and an assist to place the Pioneers. Marcie Mahoney scored
the other WHS goal. Katherine Welsh had an assist.

 

SOFTBALL:


The WHS softball team turned in a much-better in its second go-round
with Fred T. Foard. Unfortunately, the Tigers prevailed, defeating WHS
4-0 down in Newton. Taylor Drummonds had a pair of singles to pace the
Pioneers (4-7; 4-4). WHS take on McDowell in a non-conference game
today at the Sports Complex.

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL GOLF:


The Watauga middle school golf team finished second in a four-team
meet on Tuesday down at the Mimosa Country Club in Morganton. Caldwell County paced the field with a team score of 170; Watauga was 15 shots back at 185. Burke
County had a 188 and Alexander County had a 206. Tyler Johnson of
Caldwell County paced the field with a 38; Miles Lytle paced Watauga
with a 44. He was six shots off the lead. Austin Graham had a 45, Rory
McNeil and Austin Northern each carded a 46. Nathan Andrews had a 48,
Kauner Michaels had a 53. Watauga plays next Monday at the Lenior Golf
Club. The season finale will be at the Boone Golf Club on May 4.

 

LACROSSE:


The WHS men's and women's lacrosse teams both came up short Tuesday
night. The women (4-6) dropped a 9-7 decision to Bishop McGuinness in
Kernersville. Jessie Nash and Julia Roberts each had three goals. The
men lost 24-1 at Lake Norman Charter. Will Bridges had the only WHS
(0-11) goal

 

MEN'S TENNIS:


The Watauga tennis team had its match with South Caldwell rained out
the Sports Complex last night. They have rescheduled the match for
this afternoon. It's also Senior Day. Steve Lake, Cody Snyder, Patrick
O'Neal and Ben Proffitt will be honored before the match. The Pioneers
travel to Hickory on Thursday.

 

BASEBALL:


The Pioneers had their game with Fred T. Foard washed out on Tuesday night. It's been rescheduled for Thursday night. Our coverage begins at 6 pm on Oldies 100.7 FM. There was one game played last night in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference, and the outcome benefited the Pioneers. Hibriten defeated South Caldwell 8-7 down in Sawmills. The Panthers built an early 6-0 lead, but the Spartans came charging back, thanks to a six-run sixth inning, to go up 7-6. THe go-ahead run scored on a balk. But Hibriten regained the lead on A.J Watson's two-run double off losing pitcher Jacob Hatton in the top of the seventh. The Spartans loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning, but could not score. The loss leaves WHS just a game-and-a-half behind the Spartans for first place. Alexander Central and St. Stephens were rained out last night. They will make that game up tonight. And there's three more games on the schedule tonight. Hickory entertains North Lincoln, South Caldwell welcomes McDowell, and Hibriten travels to West Lincoln.

 

 

 

 

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