Soccer: Saints sweep T-B; Panthers split with Bruins

cfsoc-6The Christian Academy boys and girls soccer teams used two very different methods to sweep a doubleheader with visiting Trinity Byrnes on Tuesday.

The CAMB boys’ game came down to the last kick, while the girls game was over almost as soon as it started. The Lady Saints scored a 10-0 shutout in the opener while the Saints (5-6 overall, 4-3 Region 3-AA/A) took a 1-0 decision via a 5-4 edge in penalty kicks in a sudden-death shootout.

Following a scoreless regulation and two overtime periods, CAMB’s Bennett Pearson, Cody Williams, Todd Carroll and Cole Gore connected on their PKs to stay even with Trinity-Byrnes and Matt Doria put through what proved to be the game-winner after CAMB goalkeeper John Sessums stopped Trinity-Byrnes’ fifth attempt.

In girls action, CAMB’s Mary Chandler Butler scored the first of her four goals less than 4 minutes into the match as goalkeeper Emily Johnson posted the shutout. Kristiasha Myers scored a pair of goals, sisters Julia and Natalie Markley scored one apiece and combined for three assists. Grace Houghton added a goal and Caroline Gore made an assist.

Girls

* Carolina Forest 5, South Florence 0: The Lady Panthers (6-4 overall, 3-1 Region 6-4A) kept their region title hopes alive with a shutout victory over the Lady Bruins.

Carolina Forest’s Meghan Fludgate assisted on the Lady Panthers’ first two goals – Haley Trunkett in the 30th minute and  goal Lexi McCarthy in the 33rd – for a 2-0 halftime lead. Fludgate, Alisha Petrizzo goal and Taylor Gazzani scored second-half goals and goalkeeper Alley Ethridge had one save in the shutout.

* Myrtle Beach 7, West Florence 1: The Lady Seahawks (9-1) used a hat trick by Mackenzie Jones to power past the Lady Knights in a non-region contest.

Myrtle Beach’s Tor Zeltner, Summer Penny and Miranda Russell each added goals, and goalkeeper Gabby Moore led another solid defensive effort for the Lady Seahawks.

Boys

* South Florence 4, Carolina Forest 3: The Panthers (9-5, 2-2) suffered a blow to their playoff hopes with a Region 6-4A loss to the Bruins, who jumped out to 4-0 halftime lead and held off a late comeback bid.

Carolina Forest’s Ian McIlrath goal scored a par of goals on assists by Kevin O’Meara in the 50th and 61st minutes, and Sebastian Perez converted an assist from Fransico Barrios to cut the deficit to one, but the Panthers ran out of time. Goalkeeper Bryce Garrell had six saves and two blocks.

* St. James 6, Wilson 0: Brandon Wallace scored a hat to lead the Sharks to a key region victory over the visiting Tigers.

John Astudillo netted two goals for the Sharks and JD Vereen scored the other. Goalkeeper Andrew Bolchoz had 3 saves in the shutout.

* Myrtle Beach 4, West Florence 0: The Seahawks (11-3-1) posted their 11th shutout of the season in a non-region showdown with the Knights.

Myrtle Beach senior Helgi Nati and junior Franc Lamcja converted penalty kicks following fouls in the keeper box, but the Seahawks’ 10th-grade class that did most of the damage.

Sophomore Abdul Masharicov scored on an assist from classmate Adolpho Aguilar, and sophomore Mitchell McCrackin converted a cross from classmate Connor Corbett. Sophomore goalkeeper Skyler Hribar split time with senior Corbin Singleton for the shutout.

Photo by Rancier Photography

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