Sports Round-Up April 17-April 21


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Baseball

Varsity Boys

The varsity baseball team was shutout this week by Providence Day, losing two one-run games before falling 1-13 in the series closer on Friday. The Hawks will try to regroup for a series with Country Day this week, beginning Tuesday at the Bucs' home field.

JV
Boys

The JV baseball team lost 2-7 against Providence Day on Tuesday, but was able to turn the tables and win 5-2 on Thursday. They're scheduled to play Country Day Tuesday and Friday this week.

Middle School Boys

The middle school baseball team lost 6-11 to Charlotte Christian Tuesday and 0-10 to Covenant Day. They'll travel to Lake Norman Charter on Monday.


Golf

Varsity
Boys

The varsity golf team had a solid finish in the Palmetto Tournament placing 9th out of 28th. The Hawks then took two losses: one to Porter Ridge 143-151 and then lost to Forsyth Country Day by only 6 strokes 301-307. They have two matches this week, facing Country Day on Tuesday and a 9-hole round with Grace Academy Thursday.

Middle School
Boys

The middle school golfers got a win over Cannon on Tuesday (174-177), but fell to Country Day (184-158) on Thursday. They'll wrap up their season with the GCMSAA tournament Monday at The Divide.

Lacrosse

Varsity Boys The boys' varsity lacrosse team overcame Charlotte Christian 11-10 on Tuesday, but couldn't top Cannon, falling 5-10 on Thursday. The Hawks travel to Covenant Day on Tuesday, then face Country Day at home on Thursday.

Varsity Girls

The Hawks had a big away game against Ravenscroft on Friday. Last year was the first time the Hawks had ever beaten Ravenscraft and they pulled of a win again on Friday. The Hawks are now second in the conference and start their second round of conference play next week starting with Country Day on Tuesday, April 25th.

JV Boys

The JV boys' lacrosse team got a 9-8 overtime win at Charlotte Country Day on Wednesday. Their match on Thursday was cancelled because Cannon hasn't been able to sustain a full JV squad. The Hawks are scheduled to host the Carolina Miners Monday, followed by another match-up with Country Day Thursday.

JV Girls

The JV girls' lacrosse team had a non-conference home game against Parkwood High School. The Hawks came out on top beating Parkwood 10-5. Their next game is on Wednesday, April 26th against Country Day for their last game of the season.

Middle School Boys

The middle school boys' lacrosse team lost 5-9 to Charlotte Christian on Tuesday, but bounced back for a 12-5 win over Covenant Day on Thursday. They'll have a re-match with the Knights on Monday, 4/24.

8th Grade Girls

The 8th grade girls' lacrosse team faced two tough opponents this week, losing 6-8 to Marvin Ridge and 2-13 to Weddington. They'll play Country Day at home to wrap up their season.

7th Grade Girls

The 7th grade girls' lacrosse team won 11-4 over the Carolina Ladies Lacrosse team on Friday. They're scheduled to play Summit School at home on Wednesday to conclude their season.


Soccer

Varsity Girls

The varsity girls' soccer team took care of business beating the Knights of Charlotte Christian 5-0 and the Cougars of Cannon 3-0. Juniors Ellie Norman and Sutton Jones both had two goals in the Christian game and senior Emily Wise and juniors Mary Elliot McCabe and Ellie Norman all contributed to the 3-0 win over Cannon. The Hawks are now 12-1-1, and have their CODE BLUE match against Covenant Day on Tuesday, 4/25. Come out and cheer them on! Then return to Patten Stadium on Friday, 4/28 for a special night to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte.

JV Girls

The JV soccer team also took care of business with Charlotte Christian, winning the game 6-0. The team traveled to Cannon on Thursday. This week, they'll host Covenant Day Tuesday, then travel to Country Day on Thursday.

Middle School Girls

The middle school soccer team defeated the Knights of Christian 2-0 and the Covenant Day Lions 3-0. The Hawks are now 9-2 with their season coming to a close. They'll have GCMSAA match against Cannon at home on Monday at 4:15.



Softball

Varsity
Girls

The softball team suffered two big losses this week, falling to Charlotte Christian Tuesday and Cannon on Thursday. They'll be on the road this week, traveling to Covenant Day Tuesday and Country Day on Thursday, then playing Cary Academy at home on Friday for their senior night.

Middle School Girls

The middle school softball team had a win on the road Tuesday, defeating Charlotte Christian 15-10, but lost 3-12 at home to Covenant Day on Thursday. They'll face the Lions again on Monday for their final game of the season.



Tennis


Varsity BoysThe varsity boys' tennis team had two wins this week, dominating 9-0 against Charlotte Christian, and scrapping to a 5-4 victory over Cannon. The Hawks will travel to Covenant Day on Tuesday, then face Country Day at home on Thursday.

JV Boys

The JV boys tennis team only match of the week was rained out on Wednesday. They'll travel to Providence Day on Monday, and to Country Day on Thursday, before hosting Charlotte Catholic at home on Friday.

Middle School Boys

The middle school tennis team defeated Charlotte Christian 7-2 on Tuesday, and Covenant Day by the same score on Thursday. They'll host Cannon school at home on Monday at 4:15 in GCMSAA play.


Track

Varsity

The varsity track team had their Code Blue meet this week. The boys' team came in second to Providence Day and the girls' team finished 3rd. Their next meet is against Cannon, Metrolina Christian, and Northside Christian at home on Monday, April 24th.

Middle School

The MS track team competed in their conference championship this past Wednesday against Cannon, Providence Day, Country Day, Charlotte Christian, Covenant Day, and Holy Trinity. The boys finished 4th out of 7 teams and the girls finished 5th. You can see official meet results with individual finishes here.



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