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UPDATED: WHS Netters Batter Spartans On Senior Day PDF Print
Written by Mike Kelly   
Thursday, 14 April 2011 06:53

The Watauga High men's tennis team clinched a tie for the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Wednesday afternoon on Senior Day at the Sports Complex.


Steve Lake, who will play for his father, Bob Lake, at Appalachian State University next season, Cody Snyder, Partick O'Neal and Ben Proffitt were all honored before the match. Following those ceremonies, the Pioneers (12-4 overall; 10-0 NW3A/4A) dismissed South Caldwell, 7-2. Lake, Michael Smith, Snyder, O'Neal and Chris Ludwig all won in singles play; Lake and Smith were victorious at No.1 doubles; Landon Taylor and O'Neal picked up a win at No.2 doubles. "Coach (Scott) Taylor has been great to work with the last four years," Lake said. "It's been a lot of fun playing for him, and I'm really looking forward to playing for my dad next season at ASU." The Pioneers can nail down the conference championship this afternoon at Hibriten.



The WHS softball team chalked up another win Wednesday night as the Pioneers (5-7) defeated McDowell in a non-conference game 3-2 at the Softball Complex. Taylor Drummonds had two hits and scored two runs. Taylor Drummonds had a base hit and drove in two runs; Kim Robinson drove in a run and Elizabeth Dollar scored a run. The Pioneers entertain Alexander Central Friday afternoon at 4:30 pm.







The WHS track teams did not compete on Wednesday. According to head coach Randy McDonough, they will compete Satruday, weather permitting, at the ASU Invitational in Boone.







There were four games played in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Wednesday night.  Three of them were make-up games from raiinouts earlier this year. Alexander Central defeated St. Stephens 11-4 in the only conference game on the schedule. In other games, South Caldwell blasted McDowell 13-3 in five innings; West Lincoln upended Hibriten 5-1 and Hickory defeated North Lincoln 14-6. Winning pitcher Kyle Johnson went four innings, struck out seven men and gave up just one hit. He also helped his own cause with an RBI triple. There's two games on the schedule tonight. The Pioneers entertain Fred T. Foard in a make-up game at Pioneer Field. Our coverage begins at 6 pm on Oldies 100.7 FM. Alexander Central, which comes to Boone to play the Pioneers Friday night, travels to North Iredell.












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