Kerr-Vance dropped a 3-1 decision on Thursday to Cary Christian in Eastern Plains Independent Conference soccer action.
Athletes from Northern Vance and J.F. Webb received recognition in the 3-A Big Eight Conference postseason awards.
Two Tri-County coaches earned recognition in the 2-A Northern Carolina Conference postseason basketball awards.
Raziyah Farrington scored 22 points to help Chapel Hill beat Hickory 69-56 on Saturday in the Class 3-A North Carolina High School Athletic Association women's championship game.
Kerr-Vance is 3-1 on the season after a 3-2 varsity girls soccer win Friday at Trinity Academy of Raleigh.
Kerr-Vance followed up a 7-2 loss on Thursday to crosstown rival Northern Vance with a 6-3 win over a rebuilding program from Southern Vance.
Goals were hard to come by in the first 40 minutes Friday at Crossroads Christian before Colts senior Caroline May hit a groove in the second half, scoring three times in 21 minutes.
May’s hat trick lifted Crossroads (1-1) to a 3-0 win over the visitors from St. Thomas More Academy of Raleigh.
Four different players found the net and Kerr-Vance won 5-2 at Greenfield on Thursday in varsity girls soccer action.
Three of the four regular sets on Thursday between the top-two singles players from Northern Vance and Kerr-Vance were decided by two points or less.
Kerr-Vance notched its first win of the season on Wednesday, but to head coach Scott Burnette, the numbers on the scoreboard didn’t matter nearly as much as the numbers on the sidelines — 25 for Burnette’s KVA squad — and 25 for Northern Vance, playing its first lacrosse match in school history.