Week of 9/5 fall sports round-up

Scores and stats from Chatham County sports 



Seaforth continued its hot streak Tuesday night with a 3-1 win over Southeast Alamance. The Hawks lost their first set to a Mid-Carolina 1A/2A opponent this season, but they followed that with a 3-0 win over Jordan-Matthews on Thursday.  

Sophomore Keira Rosenmarkle led the Hawks with 16 kills in the win over Southeast Alamance.  

Jordan-Matthews lost Tuesday in straight sets, 3-0, to a very good Bartlett Yancey team. The Jets kept it close in each set, though, losing by just three points in the final two sets.  

Northwood won over Cummings Tuesday in straight sets, 3-0. The Chargers dominated the Cavaliers, winning the final two sets by at least 20 points.  

Northwood followed that Wednesday with a 3-0 win over Graham but dropped Thursday’s game against Chatham Central, 1-3.  

Junior Karaleigh Dodson led Chatham Central with 12 kills in the win over Northwood.  

Woods Charter won its sixth and seventh games in a row in straight sets over Ascend Leadership and Triangle Math and Science. The Wolves have yet to lose a set against a conference team this season.  

Chatham Charter lost, 3-1, to Clover Garden School Tuesday. The Knights bounced back Thursday, beating Southern Wake Academy, 3-0.   

Men’s Soccer 

Jordan-Matthews won a double-overtime thriller against Northwood Tuesday night.  

Northwood senior Ken Vazquez tied the game at 2-2 with just over 12 minutes left in regulation. The score remained through the end of the first overtime period as Northwood senior William Lara Fonseca saved a Jordan-Matthews penalty kick with 16 seconds to go.  

The Jets held on in the second overtime period, scoring on a free kick with just under five minutes left to put them back on top. Jordan-Matthews won, 3-2, and followed that with a 4-4 draw with North Moore on Thursday.  

Northwood bounced back with a 9-0 rout over Bartlett Yancey on Wednesday.  

Seaforth also won in overtime Tuesday over Cummings, 3-2. Freshman Scottie Allen and seniors Walker Magrinat and Luigi Baccarelli scored the Hawks’ goals.  

Seaforth won its third game in a row over Union Pines Wednesday, 1-0. Magrinat scored the winning goal for the Hawks.  

Chatham Charter lost, 1-6, to Cornerstone Charter Tuesday. Senior Lucas Smith scored the only goal for the Knights. 

The Knights dropped their seventh-straight game on Thursday to Uwharrie Charter, 1-2. Junior Ryan Jones took three shots on goal and scored for Chatham Charter that night.  

Woods Charter lost its fifth straight game of the season to Uwharrie Charter, 5-1.   

Women’s Tennis 

Seaforth won over Southeast Alamance on Tuesday, and followed that with a 9-0 win over Jordan Matthews on Wednesday.  

Jordan-Matthews lost, 7-2, to Providence Grove on Thursday. Senior Clara Rojas won the only singles match for the Jets, and juniors Callie Fogleman and Samantha Wieber won their only double match.  

Chatham Charter beat Cornerstone Charter Tuesday and Clover Garden School Thursday both by a score of 8-1.   

Cross Country 

Seaforth competed in the Friday Night Lights XC Festival in Kernersville Friday. The boys finished 10th out of 40 teams from across North Carolina in the Invitational 5K while the girls finished 12th  

Junior Jack Anstrom finished first in the Boys Invitational 5K with at time of 16:13.0.  

Sophomore Katherine Leonard and freshman Emily Jump finished 53rd and 55th, respectively, in the Girls Invitational 5K. Leonard ran a 21:43.7 while Jump ran a 21:46.2.