Week of 10/9 Round-up

Girls tennis sends qualifiers to regionals, Seaforth soccer wins sixth game in a row



Seaforth finished its regular season with a 0-3 loss to East Chapel Hill and straight-set wins over Jordan-Matthews and Bartlett Yancey. Sophomore Keira Rosenmarkle combined for 42 kills in the two wins.  

The Hawks finished first in the Mid-Carolina 1A/2A conference.  

Northwood won, 3-1, over Chatham Central Tuesday but lost its regular season finale to Grace Christian Thursday, 1-3. The Chargers landed at fourth in the final regular season conference standings.  

Chatham Central lost its third straight game Thursday, falling to North Moore in a back and forth battle, 2-3. Kelsey Hussey reached 1000 career assists and recorded a career-high 51 assists in the loss to the Mustangs.  

The Bears’ 8-8 conference record put them at sixth in the conference.  

Other than the loss to Seaforth, Jordan-Matthews picked up a 3-1 win over South Davidson and a 3-0 win over Graham to end its regular season. The Jets finished fifth in the conference standings.  

Chatham Charter beat Ascend Leadership in straight sets Tuesday. Sophomore Samantha Wilson recorded a team-high 10 assists in the win.  

Woods Charter finished its dominant regular season with a 2-3 loss to Cary Academy.  


Men’s Soccer 

Seaforth continued its hot streak, beating Northwood in double overtime, 1-0, Wednesday. Freshman Scottie Allen scored the game-winner.  

The Hawks won its sixth game in a row Thursday over Bartlett Yancey, 9-0. Luigi Baccarelli, Logan Sparrow and John Deloach scored two goals each.  

Northwood also beat Bartlett Yancey, 9-0, Monday.  

Jordan-Matthews rolled to two impressive wins, beating North Moore, 4-0, and Southeast Alamance, 9-0. Francisco Ibarra scored three goals in the win over the Stallions.  

Chatham Charter suffered a 4-1 loss to Woods Charter Monday and a 3-1 loss to Triangle Math and Science Wednesday.  


Women’s Tennis 

Four singles and four doubles from Chatham County qualified for regionals following last week’s conference tournaments.  

From the Mid-Carolina 2A tournament, Seaforth’s Evelyn Atkins won the singles bracket with the next two qualifiers, Northwood’s Ryan Tinervin and Seaforth’s Lily McFall, finishing in second and third, respectively.  

Two Seaforth doubles teams, Lauren Keeley and Ella Gentel and Bailey Shadoan and Charlie Ann George, came in first and second, respectively. Northwood’s Kaylee Fisher and Andi Wicker qualified after finishing third.  

From the Mid-Carolina 1A tournament, Chatham Central’s Carlee Callahan qualified after winning the singles bracket. Rachel Albright and Lauren Caviness won the doubles bracket to qualify, too.  

Chatham Charter finished its regular season with a 7-2 win over Cornerstone Charter Monday.  


Cross Country 

In the Mid-Carolina 1A/2A Conference Meet Tuesday, the Seaforth boys finished first in the 5000 meter run. Northwood finished second, followed by Jordan-Matthews at fourth and Chatham Central at sixth.  

Seaforth senior Andrew Parker came in first place with a time of 19:16.18.  

In the girls’ 5000 meter run, Seaforth finished first followed by Northwood at third.  

Seaforth sophomore Katherine Leonard won the race with a time of 22:41.35.  

Chatham Charter won the boys’ race in the Central Tar Heel Conference Meet Wednesday.  

Adam Reese finished first for the Knights, coming in third place with a time of 18:33.