Oakridge Middle School girls soccer, softball teams field wins

March 21, 2014 


OMS girls win 6-0

The Oakridge Middle School girls’ soccer team defeated York 6-0 on March 13. J'menii Isaac began scoring with a pass from Teagan Domurat. Minutes later Hannah Sills scored. The first half was capped with a goal passed from Teagan to Janae Massey. The Golden Eagles matched first half goals with second half goals starting with Meredith Bowman. York attempted a pass that was intercepted by Janae Isaac, resulting in her second goal of the game. The last goal of the game came from a corner kick by Haven Richardson, which J'menii took in the belly and pushed into the goal. Goalkeeper Sydney Combs was able to get some playing time as Isaac and Krystal Nielsen took over goal duties. Highlights include: Isaac - 2 goals; Massey- 2 goals; Sills - 1 goal; Bownan- 1 goal; Domurat - 2 assists, 1 corner kick; Richardson- 1 assist, 1 corner kick.


Golden Eagles lose to Banks Trail

The Oakridge Middle School baseball team lost March 13 to Banks Trail Middle School 5-0. Jake Hylinski pitched a five-inning game giving up zero earned runs, with Luke Darling offering one inning of relief with zero earned runs. Defensive errors cost the Golden Eagles runs. Offensively, both Parker Johnson and Kevin Riley earned hits for Oakridge.


Lady Golden Eagles take win in three innings

The Oakridge Middle School softball team beat Rawlinson Road 27-4 in 3 1/2 innings March 13. Tiffany Dominique pitched the Lady Golden Eagles to victory, striking out eight batters and only giving up three hits. All of Oakridge’s players contributed to the win. Leading the way on offense were: Dominique - 2 for 2, with a grand slam, 2 steals and 6 RBIs; Tia Kalau - 2 for 3, 2 singles, 2 steals and 3 RBIs; Sydney Beatham, 2 for 2, single, double, 2 steals and 6 RBIs.


Local golfers take swing at senior tourney

Final results from the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball Tournament March 11 at Pine Lake Country Club in Charlotte included Lake Wylie area golfers.

Harry Goff and Mike Shively, both of Lake Wylie, finished 39-42 - 81 in the Super Senior 65 and older, 5,868 yards division.

Harold Fisher and Jim Sears, both of Lake Wylie, finished 36-41 - 77 in the Super Senior 70 and older, 5,410 yards division. Herb Towell of Lake Wylie and Carlos Salas of Clover finished 41-40 - 81.

Tournament format is 18 holes of four-ball stroke play, both gross and net. 90 percent of a player’s course handicap is used to determine net scores. Entry is open to any male amateur golfer who has reached his 55th birthday by the tournament date, is a member of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA handicap index at a CGA member club. The field is divided into three divisions based on age and total team course handicap: Tournament Division-Flight A, Flight B; Super Senior 65+ Division and Super Senior 70+ Division.

For more information, visit carolinasgolf.org.

Clover golf team defeats Northwestern

The Clover High School boys’ golf team opened the 2014 season with a win over the Northwestern Trojans at River Hills Country Club.

The Blue Eagles won with a cumulative score of 174 to Northwestern’s 195.

Clover’s Spencer Walker and Austin Walker shared co-medalist honors with rounds of 42. The Blue Eagles also had steady play from Andrew White and Harrison Parrish with rounds of 43 and 47, respectively.

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