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The Viking golf team moves to 8-0 with a 31 shot victory over Cardinal Newman on Tuesday. The team was led by senior captain William Sullivans 2 over par score. Johnny Hyman (40) and Jim Beard (44), eighth graders from JV team, both contributed to the win over the Cardinals.
Spring Valley wins 4-3
Spring Valley - Dutch Fork Score
1- Noah Guyton - Hunter Horton 4-6 3-6 L
2- Tyler Froelich - Evan Major 4-6 0-6 L
3- Vikranth Reddy - Andrew Lovelace 4-6 6-1 3-10 L
4- Austin Bridgers - Drew Gardiner 6-3 6-0 W
5- Dylan Burke - Tony DiNicola 7-5 6-2 W
#1 Noah Guyton/Vikranth Reddy - Robert Kirtley/Major 6-7 6-4 10-8 W
#2 Connor Kreese/JohnAnthony Hurley - Saad Iftikhar 6-2 6-2 W
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Spring Valley girl’s lacrosse traveled to Clover High School and defeated the Blue Eagles 7-5. The Vikings took a quick lead with Taylor Motlong, Hannah Huntley, and Ainsley Cherubin scoring the team’s first three goals before the Eagles scored their first. Clover was not without an offensive presence however, and goalie Hannah Hawkins saved 5 shots on goal during the first half. The half finished with a goal by Je’Nai Sumpter, leaving the game 4-1.
Spring Valley’s Ainsley Cherubin scored the first goal of the second half which was followed by a Clover goal. Zhane’ Bradley then added to the Viking’s lead with an assist by Hannah Huntley. At this point, with 15 minutes left in the second half, Clover was spurred to rally. They scored 3 unanswered goals bringing them within one point of Spring Valley. Against the Viking’s defense, however, it was too little, too late. Defender Armia Shell consistently made short work of the eagles’ mistakes, picking up many dropped balls in the critical scoring area. With two minutes left, Cherubin scored her third goal of the night and sealed the win for Spring Valley.
The Vikings improve to 7-4 and are hosting their final home game against Irmo High School this Thursday, April 7th at 6:00 pm. Please come out and cheer on the team’s nine graduating seniors in their final home performance! We hope to see you there!
Softball: Dutch Fork 6, Spring Valley 3: The Lady Vikings lost a tough region game to Dutch Fork last night. Although we battled to the very end, we came up just short. Our overall record stands at 8-9, with our region record at 2-3. We take on Irmo today at home. Come out and support the girls!
The girls soccer team lost a close game at Dutch Fork last night by a score of 2-1. The team played an inspired game and kept things close for the entire match. The next game is this Thursday, at home, versus Lugoff-Elgin (5:30pm jv, 7pm varsity) at Dutch Fork