Davis earns medalist honors
Published 8:13 am Thursday, March 27, 2003
CHOCOWINITY -- Sophomore Russ Davis carded a 38 to earn medalist honors, and help lead the Southside Seahawks to a triangular golf match victory on Wednesday.
The Seahawks finished with a 189, followed by Camp Lejeune (194) and Pamlico County (195).
Arpit Patel added a 44, Parker Hall a 52 and Daniel Moore a 55 for the Seahawks. Also playing were Patrick Martin (61) and Nick Tate (67).
Panthers' bats come to life
YEATESVILLE -- The Northside Panthers spanked 15 hits in a 14-4 non-conference victory over Columbia on Wednesday.
Northside (2-3) came up with seven runs in the second and added five more in the fifth to break things wide open. Brian Stevens picked up the win. Ensley Woolard and Carlton Tyndall both had three hits and three RBI for Northside.
The Panthers play host to Plymouth on Friday.
Columbia 300 01 _ 4 5 2
Northside 171 05 -- 14 15 1
WP: Brian Stevens; LP: Patrick
NS -- Ensley Woolard 3-3 (3 RBI), Carlton Tyndall 3-3 (3 RBI), Brandon Boyd 2-4, John Scott Cutler 2-4, Brian Stevens 2-4, Trey Manning 2-3, Torey Spencer 1-2.
Washington JV team falls
Washington's junior varsity baseball team suffered an 8-4 loss to West Craven in Eastern Carolina Conference baseball action on Tuesday.
Corey Rogerson led the Pam Pack (2-4, 0-1) at the plate by going 3-4 with a double, RBI and two runs scored. Dennis Butts went 2-4 with two runs, while Landon Taylor, Dusty Duckwall and Shane Motteler also collected hits.
Washington plays host to Williamston today.
Demons split with Tucker Creek
The P.S. Jones softball team earned its second victory in as many games, taking a 13-2 victory against Tucker Creek on Wednesday.
Sam Houlon picked up the pitching victory, and helped her own cause by going 2-3 at the plate. She fanned five and walked three.
Johnna Bell and Susan Braddy led the way for the Demons (2-0) by each going 3-4. Kristen Holt also went 2-3.
Meanwhile, the baseball team (1-2) suffered a 2-0 setback despite a solid pitching performance from Graham Fulcher. He went five innings and allowed four hits, striking out seven and not walking a batter. However, he didn't get much offensive support.
Trent Whitehead went 3-3 for P.S. Jones, while Lee Watkins and Fulcher also had hits.
Jeffrey Boyd went the final two innings. He allowed a hit and fanned one.
The Demons host West Craven today.
Bath teams earn sweep
The Bath middle school baseball and softball teams both came up with victories over Mattamuskeet on Wednesday.
The baseball team picked up a 15-0 victory. No other information was available.
The softball squad (2-2) earned a 7-0 nod behind the no-hit performance from Meredith Duke. She fanned 10 and walked seven, while also going 2-3 at the plate with a home run and a double.
Samantha Tetterton also homered for Bath. Casey Lewis and Kendall Cox also had hits for Bath.
Indians take two
COLUMBIA -- The Chocowinity softball team picked up a 14-6 victory against Columbia on Wednesday.
Resla Penn picked up the win for the Indians (2-0). She fanned six and walked two while allowing just six hits.
Shannon Taylor led the offense by going 4-4 with four runs scored. Jessica Sullivan went 2-4 with a double and Carolina Guard went 2-4.
Meanwhile, the baseball team (0-2) fell 25-0. The team gave up 21 walks or hit batters in the contest.
Chocowinity plays host to Cape Hatteras on Wednesday.
Demon soccer team wins again
The P.S. Jones Demons picked up their seventh win of the season, earning a 4-3 win over Tucker Creek on Wednesday.
The Demons (7-1) got goals from Archie Griffin, Stephen Woodard and Zack Ware in the first half. Andrew Omonde scored in the second half with what proved to be the deciding goal.
P.S. Jones takes on Arapahoe in its next match.