In a game between crosstown rivals who interestingly share opposite records, the Kerr-Vance Academy Spartans improved to 5-0 with a 24-0 shutout win over the Crossroads Christian School Colts in five innings on Thursday.
The Northern Vance and J.F. Webb varsity golf teams finished third and sixth respectively in a 3-A Big Eight 18-hole conference match hosted by Southern Durham on Wednesday.
The Vikings’ 338 team score was just two shots out of second place. Northern’s four scorers were Tommy Alicardi (77), Johnny Byrom (79), James Vaughn (85) and Clifton Reid-Bridges (97). Alicardi’s 77 was tied for third overall and Byrom’s 79 was tied for fifth.
Cardinal Gibbons finished first on Wednesday and remains in first place in the overall conference standings.
Two teams aspiring for their first conference wins of the tennis season battled it out at Fox Pond Park on Wednesday.
The Southern Vance softball team improved to 3-1 on the season with a 19-5 win over Durham School of the Arts on Tuesday.
With just five upperclassmen, the Northern Vance Vikings baseball team has a significant amount of youth on its 2015 roster.
The J.F. Webb golf team played at Kerr Lake Country Club Monday in a nine-hole match with all 3-A Big Eight Conference teams.
Earlier this week, Oxford Preparatory School announced that Kirk Brozy would be the school’s new athletic director and healthful living teacher beginning in the upcoming 2015-16 school year.
The mission wasn’t easy for Kerr-Vance Academy’s varsity boys’ tennis team on Friday.
In weather conditions that were far from favorable, the Kerr-Vance Academy golf team defeated South Granville in a non-conference home match on Thursday.
The weather conditions weren’t pretty Thursday afternoon as the Northern Vance Lady Vikings soccer team hosted their crosstown rivals from Southern Vance.