HILLSBORO — The North County Raiders improved their soccer record to 4-2 with a 2-1 win over the Hillsboro Hawks in the Hawks tournament.
The Raiders led 2-0 until late in the game when the Hawks scored the first goal that the Raiders’ defense has given up in the past three games.
The Raiders had only seven shots on goal, but goalkeeper Cody Huff had to turn back 12 shots made by the Hawks.
Ethan Salazar came up with the first score for the Raiders on an assist by Phillip Wrabetz. Salazar played a hand in the second goal as well.
On a breakaway, Hillsboro’s goalkeeper came up to make the stop and Salazar and the goalkeeper collided. The ball squirted free, giving Zach Harris opportunity to put it in the back of the unguarded net.
The Raiders will play the Bayless J.V. team in a continuation of the tournament on Thursday.
Farmington 9, Dexter 0
FARMINGTON — The Farmington Knightettes swept their tennis meet, 9-0, against Dexter on Monday. In singles, No. 1 Courtney Jensen won 8-5, No. 2 Alicia Murray won 8-3, No. 3 Heather Lewis won 8-1, No. 4 Caitlyn Crocker won 8-4, No. 5 Megan Politte won 8-0, and No. 6 Mackenzie Coleman won 8-1.
Jensen and Murray won 8-5 in the No. 1 doubles match. Jenny May and Politte were 8-2 winners, and Lewis and Coleman won by the same margin.
The Knightettes are 8-1 and will host Potosi this afternoon. A win would give the Knightettes the conference championship.
West County 12, Bismarck 2
FRANKCLAY — The West County Bulldogs picked up another Fall baseball win as they beat the Bismarck Indians 12-2 in six innings. Trevor Kean was the winning pitcher, throwing five innings, striking out five and giving up only four hits. Justin Lashley pitched the final inning.
Cody Watson was 3-4 at the plate with two doubles and four RBI. Brandon Turner was 3-3 with a triple, and Tyler Stacy was 2-3 with a solo home run. Kyle Nettles went 2-4 with a home run, Zach Turner was 2-4, and Kean was 2-3.