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Buford High School opened regular-season soccer play with a 12-0 road win over Westminster Catawba of Rock Hill on Thursday night.
Jackets keeper Andrew Riner had four saves in posting the shutout.
BHS coach Leland Summers also saluted Jay Robinson, Bryant Sims, Chris Jacobs and Jesse James for their defensive play.
Jackets senior JoJo Morris drilled six goals and had two assists. Jon Michael Hayes followed with four goals and an assist. Michael Childers netted two goals and an assist.
Shane Blackmon had four assists for Buford.
BHS hosts county foe Indian Land on Tuesday.
BHS girls fall
Buford fell to 1-2 on the season, dropping a 3-2 softball loss at Class A Chesterfield on Thursday night.
The Lady Rams scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to take the win.
BHS hurler Jena Hallman allowed three hits, three runs, six walks and hit a batter. She struck out seven.
Madisson Finley drilled a double and scored a run for BHS. Hallman and Leslie Pressley each had a hit for the Lady Jackets.
Lady Vols drop loss
Sixth-ranked South Florence edged host Andrew Jackson, taking a 3-1 softball win over the Lady Volunteers on Thursday.
Tristan Faile took the loss, allowing three runs and six strikeouts. Faile also had a double and drove in the Lady Vols lone run.
Lauren Kirk, Caroline Phillips and Chelsea Holden each had two hits.
The Lady Vols are ranked No. 1 in the Class AA-A state softball field.
I cant complain because we played well, AJ coach Steve Middleton said of the Lady Vols effort. You never like to be on the short end of the score, but games like this can only help.
AJ visits Spring Valley on Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Lady Vols travel to Central of Pageland on Wednesday at 6 p.m. The Lady Vols venture to Hartsville to face the Lady Foxes on Friday at 6 p.m.
Cats edge IL
Rock Hill forged a 3-2 halftime lead and added a second-half goal for a 4-2 win over the Indian Land girls soccer team on Thursday.
Madeline Warring and Erin Carroll scored for IL, 2-2. Daysi Perez had 14 saves for the Lady Warriors. IL had 19 shots on goal.