East Lincoln nips Bandys in boys’ soccer, stays atop South Fork 2A
Crystany White collected 20 digs, nine kills and six aces on Wednesday night, leading Bunker Hill High to a 3-1 road victory over Hibriten that has her coach now a win away from 100 in her volleyball career.
The Bears beat the Panthers 25-14, 19-25, 25-13, 25-16 to get head coach Kelsey Dettman’s 99th coaching victory.
Dettman’s first opportunity to reach 100 will come Saturday morning when the Bears are at home for non-league matches with St. Stephens and South Iredell as guests. Play begins at 10 a.m. at Bunker Hill.
She became head coach of the Bears in 2013 after serving as junior varsity head coach from 2010-12.
East Lincoln High nipped visiting Bandys 3-0 on Wednesday night in South Fork 2A boys’ soccer to stay atop the conference standings.
East Lincoln 3, Bandys 0
Matt Kosmala was in goal for a shutout for East Lincoln, which has outscored opponents 16-5 in league play.
Bandys dropped to 2-2-0 in the conference.
The Mustangs are at home Monday night at 6:30 p.m. to face defending conference champion Newton-Conover.
Bandys has a league match at North Lincoln on Monday night at 6:30 p.m.
Maiden wins South Fork 2A match
West Lincoln (155) was third, followed by East Lincoln (167) and North Lincoln (180).
Georgia Chapman had the top round for Lake Norman Charter, a 41, and Josie Fisher and Tess Palmer each shot 48 for the Knights.
The next conference match – and the first 18-hole tournament of the season – is scheduled Monday at Glen Oaks in Maiden.