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  • Soccer: Oct. 22 roundup

    Jackets tie
    Lexington Middle School rallied from a 2-0 deficit and managed a 2-2 tie against Thomasville Middle School on Monday.

  • Softball: Oct. 22 roundup

    Knights sweep Bulldogs
    North Davidson Middle School won a pair of games over Thomasville Middle on Tuesday.
    North won the first game 10-0, with Riley Lingerfelt earning the win.

  • Tennis: Oct. 22 roundup

    West wins again
    West Davidson beat Surry Central 5-3 in the second round of the 2-A dual team state playoffs on Tuesday in Dobson.

  • Golf: Oct. 21 roundup

    Dragons place second
    West Davidson finished second in the 2-A regionals at Cross Creek Country Club in Mount Airy on Monday.
    Salisbury won the region with a 274, followed by West, 297, and Gray Stone Day, 309.

  • Volleyball: Oct. 21 roundup

    North falls in opener
    North Davidson dropped a 25-13, 26-28, 25-17, 25-15 decision to T.C. Roberson in the first round of the 4-A state playoffs on Saturday.

  • Tennis: Oct. 21 roundup

    Ledford team wins
    The Ledford doubles team of Taylor Freeman and Elizabeth Stroup won the 3-A Midwest Regional Championship held Friday and Saturday in Concord.

  • Soccer: Oct. 21 roundup

    Dragons top East
    West Davidson defeated East Davidson 5-3 Monday in a Central Carolina Conference game at Tyro Middle School.
    T.J. Eller and Zeb King scored a pair of goals each for the Dragons, and Collin Simerson scored once.

  • Spartans hold off Mustangs

    Survive and advance is a mantra used by many teams once the postseason rolls around. But Central Davidson coach Monica Parsons entered the first round of the 3-A volleyball state playoffs with much higher expectations.

  • Hornets escape Jackets

    SALISBURY — Halfback Antwond Glenn frequently encountered potential Lexington tacklers at the line of scrimmage, but he powered through them like he was a halftime homecoming float.

  • Vikings use big second half to down Central

    WINSTON-SALEM | After watching his team play a near flawless first half and stand toe-to-toe with defending league champion North Forsyth Friday night, Central Davidson football coach Chad Tedder's worst fears came true.

  • Cavs blow past West

    SPENCER — What happened Friday in Spencer was supposed to happen. The Cavaliers dominated on offense and defense for a 62-8 victory over visiting West Davidson.

  • Tennis: Oct. 18 roundup

    West's Varner wins
    West Davidson's Olivia Varner won a pair of singles matches Friday in the 2-A regional match.

  • Cross country: Oct. 18 roundup

    West girls win CCC
    The West Davidson girls won the Central Carolina Conference championship meet at Boone's Cave Park in Churchland on Friday.
    West won with a score of 21, followed by East Davidson, 41, and Salisbury, 76.