High School results: Golf, baseball, soccer, softball and tennis

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 The New Hanover golf team continued their success on Monday as the Wildcats cruised to a Mideastern Conference victory at Pine Valley Country Club.

Jackson Tyler captured his third individual win of the season after posting a three-over-par, 75 on the 6,418-yard layout to earn medalist honors. Landon Patterson (West Brunswick) and Samuel Young (Laney) finished three strokes off the pace, while Nicholas Orsa (Hoggard) was two shots back as runner-up.

Twelve of 21 golfers hit 85 or better, including all four New Hanover players. Xavier Williams paced South Brunswick with an 85.

Pine Valley CC  – Par 72, 6418 yards

Team scores: No. 1 N. HANOVER 315; W.BRUNSWICK 337; TOPSAIL 341; LANEY 342; HOGGARD                 344; ASHLEY  371; S.BRUNSWICK 379

N HANOVER:  JACKSON TYLER- Medalist 75, B Moore 79, T Hill 80, B Mickle 81

W BRUNSWICK:  L Patterson 78, T Vaughan  81, S Faircloth 89, C Durham 89

TOPSAIL:  M Johnson 80, B Holmes 86, S Crowell 87, H Wierse 88

LANEY:  S Young 78, C McCarthy 84, M Jones 85, K Lane 95

HOGGARD:  N Orsa 77, C Shepard 88, W Steyskal 88, R Brown 91

ASHLEY:  W VanAlstein 82, B Hudson 91, H Caniglio 96, B Long 102

S.BRUNSWICK:  X Williams 85, H Disbrow 91, R Hawke 98, M Hardison 105



South Brunswick 10   Pender 3

South Brunswick rallied for eight runs early in the game as the Cougars grabbed a 10-3 win against Pender on Monday.

Casey Entrekin paced the offense with three hits. Entrekin and Caleb Clemmons had 2 RBI’s apiece, while Clemmons added two hits and four strong innings on the mound. Mitch Harris also struck out two in one inning of relief.

 The Cougars moved to 9-4 overall.



Topsail 8    Harrells Christian 3

The Topsail offense was on display Monday night as Hunter Bizzell and Alyssa Randall combined for six hits atop the Pirates lineup in an 8-3 result over Harrells Christian.

Keri White, Victoria Elder and Christine McLean finished with two hits each, while Bizzell plated three runs in the leadoff spot.

Randall grabbed the win on the stripe. She allowed two earned runs on five hits over five innings of work. Elder struck out two in two scoreless innings of relief.

Topsail carried a 5-0 lead into the third when Harrells Christian put two on the board. The Pirates responded with two in the bottom of the frame to earn the non-conference victory.

White’s lone hit was a triple. Elder and Maddy Laster each hit a double for the Pirates, who improved to 15-1 overall.

 Laney 3    South Brunswick 1

Laney pounded 11 hits to pick up a 3-1 victory over South Brunswick on Monday. The Bucs improved to 4-2 in conference and 10-5 overall.

Savannah Capabianco and Tristen Horrell each went 2-for-3 at the plate, while Horrell earned the win on the stripe. Capabianco smacked a double and Savannah Watkins added an extra base hit.



New Hanover 1   Jacksonville 1

Anna Messengill assisted Sally Sloan for New Hanover’s lone goal and Emily Leister had four saves as the Wildcats earned a 1-1 draw with Jacksonville.



Hoggard 9, Cape Fear Academy 0

The Vikings got three-set singles victories from Eddie Janosko (No. 1) and Holland Baynard (No. 3).

Janosko dropped the first set to Robert Schuett before rallying for the 3-6, 6-2, 11-9 win.

In doubles, Janosko and Dom Scialabba fought off six match points to down Schuett and Landon Schaft 9-8(0) at No. 1.

Hoggard (9-3) hosts Ashley on Tuesday at 4 p.m. CFA (5-4) hosts Fayetteville Academy today at 3:30 p.m.

Singles: No. 1 Eddie Janosko (H) def. Robert Schuett 3-6, 6-2, 11-9; 2. Dom Scialabba (H) def. Caspian Goudarzi 6-2, 6-3; 3. Holland Baynard (H) def. Landon Scharf 6-4, 4-6, 10-5; 4. Miles Hirchak (H) def. J.R. Johnston 6-4, 6-1; 5. Jake Ferner (H) def. Quaid Sutherland 7-6(5), 6-1, 6. Tim Dixon (H) def. Anders Ljung 6-1, 6-3.

 Doubles: No. 1 Janosko/Scialabba (H) def. Schuett/Scharf 9-8(0); 2. Baynard/Hirchak (H) def. Goudarzi/Southerland 8-4; 3. Ferner/Dixon (H) def. Johnston/Ljung 8-2.