Sports Shorts for October

West Meck hosts second golf tournament

On Nov. 12, the second annual West Meck Hawks Baseball Team Golf Tournament will be held at Green Meadows Golf Club in Mount Holly.
The tournament, benefiting the West Mecklenburg High School baseball program, begins at 11 a.m. Registration is $50 per player. Hole sponsorships are still available and cost $50 per hole.
For more information, contact Lisa Davis at 704-222-8053, or send an e-mail to alnagdavis@carolina.rr.com.

Davidson Day basketball camp

Oct. 22-23, Davidson Day School basketball coach Ron Johnson will hold the Southern Stars Basketball Mini-Camp for players in grades four through eight. The camp will feature specialized drill work, four-on-four games, one-on-one challenges and shooting competitions.
The camp, slated to be held at Davidson Day School, will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 22. On Oct. 23, the camp will begin at 9 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m.
A $30 deposit is due at the time of registration and the total cost is $75. For more information, contact Southern Stars Basketball Camp at 704-237-5237 or 704-886-7340, or send an e-mail to rjohnson@davidsonday.org.

Eagles’ volleyball unbeaten streak at 14

SouthLake Christian’s volleyball team improved its record to 14-0 by sweeping Concord First Assembly 3-0 (25-10, 25-14, 25-16) on Sept. 19.
The Eagles lead the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association’s Metrolina Conference with a 7-0 record.
SouthLake’s Katie Schoenrock had 16 kills and six aces, both game-highs. Dakoda Hawkins had 19 assists, helping set up six kills apiece by Kelsey Bundy and Katie McGuire. Kalya Summer (11 digs, six kills) and Olivia Loeffler (10 digs) were solid at the net for the Eagles.

SwimMAC adds to North Region staff

Sarah Holman was hired by SwimMAC Carolina’s North Region as the coach of the Bronze and Shark divisions.
Holman has nine years’ coaching experience at the club and college levels. Most recently, she was head coach at the Danville (Ky.) Swim Club and an assistant coach at Centre College (Ky.).
“From teaching drills for so many years, I’ve developed and honed in being able to explain the drills and techniques in a way that makes sense to each age group I am coaching,” Holman said in a statement released by SwimMAC Carolina. “This ability to adapt to any group allows the swimmers to pick up on the changes quickly and get quicker results.”
In her SwimMAC assignments, Holman, a former middle school teacher, will be working with 13- and 14-year-old swimmers. Having served in leadership roles for Kentucky’s swimming programs, age group chair for the Kentucky Swimming Board of Directors (2004-209) and Kentucky Zone Team Coach (2004-08), Holman grew familiar with SwimMAC.
“There is a wonderful tradition of producing amazing athletes and coaches (at SwimMAC),” she said. “With Coach David Marsh’s vision and all of the phenomenal staff and members to implement those ideas, I really wanted to be part of SwimMAC’s future.”

Hopewell soccer has high-scoring night

The Hopewell boys soccer team scored a season-high in a 7-2 romp against West Charlotte on Sept. 12. The Titans (2-3-1) had been shut out in its previous two games.
Cole Tesar and Eli Greear scored two goals apiece for Hopewell, and Ryan Vue, Mark Hoodgendoorn and Lucas Fisher added a goal each. Tesar, a sophomore, leads Hopewell with six goals and an assist this season.

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