Two days after its biggest win of the year, Kerr-Vance closed out its regular season with a 2-0 Senior Night loss to Cary Christian.
Kerr-Vance was defeated 9-0 by Cary Christian Thursday at KVA in the Spartans’ Eastern Plains Independent Conference finale.
Kerr-Vance defeated St. David’s 9-7 in varsity baseball action at Granville Athletic Park.
Cary Academy proved a tough match up for Kerr-Vance’s varsity lacrosse team on Tuesday evening.
Kiyanna Kearney and Megan Hight both hit home runs and Kaylan Hoyle got the win on Senior Night Tuesday as Southern Vance breezed by Cardinal Gibbons, 12-2, in six innings.
Southern Vance stayed close with Cardinal Gibbons through four innings Tuesday before starter Wes Collier got nailed with a line drive back to the mound.
Orange took advantage of a late opportunity Monday and left Oxford with a 1-0 win over J.F. Webb and a claim on third place in the 3-A Carolina Conference standings.
Kerr-Vance rebounded from two road losses earlier in the week by defeating Halifax Academy, 8-6, at home Friday.
Northern Vance played perhaps its best game of the season Friday, but the combination of Ashton Allen and Abbey Smith was again too much for the Vikings to overcome.
N.C. State redshirt sophomore Tremanisha Taylor won the women’s shot put Thursday at the 119th Penn Relays in Philadelphia.