Younger named first WHS Athlete of the Week
by Staff Reports
Younger, who plays on Watauga’s girls’ soccer team, scored three goals in a victory over Avery in the Freedom Soccer Invitational tournament last week. The Pioneers beat Avery 5-3.
Younger signed a letter of intent to play at Queens College.
Watauga plays at Alexander Central tonight. The junior varsity plays at 5 p.m., while the varsity plays at 6:30 p.m.
CLEMMONS — West Forsyth beat visiting Watauga 10-0 in five innings Wednesday.
Taylor Drummonds provided Watauga with its final hit. The Pioneers had just four base runners in the game. Two runners reach base because of a walk, and another reached because of a West Forsyth error.
Watauga pitcher Michala McCune gave up four runs on four hits and walked four in three innings. Kim Robinson gave up six runs on five hits in one inning. She struck out two and walked one.
Watauga faces Northwestern Conference power Alexander Central at 4 p.m. tonight.
CHARLOTTE — Watauga’s boys’ tennis team lost 9-0 to powerful Providence Wednesday in a nonconference match.
Providence did not lose a set in the tournament. Watauga’s No. 2 seeded Landon Taylor fell 7-5, 6-1 to Nicholas Cotrill and No. 6 seeded Noah Moomaw fell to Ronald Vergal 6-3, 6-4.
Watauga (2-1) begins Northwestern Conference play at home today against Hickory.
Will Spinetto and Josh Lampkins both won exhibition matches for the Pioneers.
Davie County 7, Watauga 6 (10)
Michael McGowan (P) d. Harrison Battle, 6-0 6-0
Nicholas Cotrill (P) d. Landon Taylor, 7-5 6-1
Duy Huynh (P) d. Caleb Gould, 6-1 6-0
Liam Penland (P) d. Dristen Trate, 6-1 6-4
Chinmay Kulkarny (P) d. Brody O’Neal, 6-0 6-0
Ronald Vergal (P) d. Noah Moomaw, 6-3 6-4
McGowan/Cotrill (P) d. Taylor/Battle(W) 8-5
Huynh/Kulkarny (P) d. Gould/Trate(W) 8-1
Turner Hillis/Michael Stewart (P) d. Moomaw/Will Spinetto, 8-4
Will Spinetto (W) d. Jeremy McIver 12-10
Josh Lampkins (W) d. Tim Gluberman 8-5
Prayng Pershard/Whitaker Knox (P) d. O’Neal/Lampkins, 8-1