CHAPEL HILL—The pairings are now set for the 31st annual edition of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state volleyball championships, scheduled for Saturday at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh.
Teams advanced to the state championship matches by winning regional finals on Tuesday night, and two of the four championships are actually rematches of 2005 title battles.
BUIES CREEK—Sophomore Courtney Gunter of Indian Trail Porter Ridge fired the only sub-par round of the day on Tuesday to come from behind to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1A/2A/3A women’s golf individual championship at Keith Hills Country Club.
PINEHURST – Junior Julia Strandberg of Greensboro Page shot a two-over par 74 on Tuesday and held on to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A women’s golf championship at Pinehurst number five.
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BUIES CREEK—Defending champion Cydney Clanton of Concord fired a one-over par 73 to open up a four-shot lead over the field in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s state 1A/2A/3A women’s golf championships at the Keith Hills Country Club on Monday.
The par 72, 5,638-yard layout proved to be tough on the field of golfers with only 17 scores under 90 on the day.
PINEHURST -- Ties for the lead were the order of the day on Monday after the opening round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A women’s golf championships at Pinehurst number five.
Three golfers share the individual lead entering Tuesday’s final day of the 36-hole event while Charlotte Myers Park and Asheville A.C. Reynolds are knotted in the team standings.
BURLINGTON— Hickory players swept both the singles and doubles crowns in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A women’s tennis championships on Saturday at the Burlington Tennis Center.
Hickory’s Emily Mauser completed a great high school career in which she advanced to the state championship match four consecutive times by winning her first state title after three runner-up finishes. Mauser defeated defending champion Cameron Chatman of Jamestown Ragsdale 6-4, 6-1, in the final.
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CARY—Maggie Ronan of Kernersville Bishop McGuinness won her 29th consecutive match of the season against no losses in clinching the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A women’s singles championship at the Cary Tennis Center on Saturday.
Ronan, who last year was the singles runner-up to Kasey Mabe of North Stokes, defeated Mount Airy’s Taylor Gwyn in straight sets by 6-1 and 6-2 to earn the championship. Gwyn’s singles record dropped to 25-4, with three of those losses to conference opponent Ronan.
RALEIGH—Sophomore Kaitlin Burns of Wilmington Hoggard captured two matches on Saturday to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A women’s tennis singles championship at the J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center on the North Carolina State University campus.
Burns rolled to the state championship with an easy 6-1, 6-0 triumph over Kinsey Pate of Matthews David Butler after eliminating Greensboro Page’s Caroline Newman 6-3 and 7-5 in a morning semifinal.
CARY— Britney Cloer of West Henderson won her fourth consecutive North Carolina High School Athletic Association state singles championship on Saturday, winning the 2-A crown in straight sets over Ruhsona Usmanova of the Durham School of the Arts.
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2006 WOMEN'S 2-A TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
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CHAPEL HILL—Four different classifications will determine individual champions this weekend as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association holds its annual women’s tennis championships.
State crowns in singles and doubles will be up for grabs, but no team score is determined. The team championships will be decided by the dual team tournament that concludes with its championships on November 4.