ROUNDUP: Tuscaloosa County wins golf tournament


JASPER | The Tuscaloosa County High golf team finished first at the Walker Classic at Musgrove Country Club on Tuesday.

The Wildcats shot 309 on the par-72 course.

Mitch Hankins shot 76 for Tuscaloosa County and finished tied for third. Matt Allen shot 76, Preston Jones 78, Corbin Holt 79 and Will Baker 80.

SOCCER

 

Northridge 3, TCHS 0

TUSCALOOSA | Trey O’Bryant had two goals, and Walter Hall had oneas Northridge (14-2, 3-0) clinched the Class 6A, Area 7 title.

Cooper Herrington had three assists, and goalkeeper Morgan Wilson had six saves.

Holy Spirit 5, ACA 0

TUSCALOOSA | Led by Jordan Richmond, the Holy Spirit girls soccer team improved to 9-1-1 and clinched the Class 1A-4A Area 6 title.

Richmond scored three goals. Julia Giggie assisted on the first, and Lily Rogers assisted on the second. Rogers also assisted on a goal by Giggie. Rogers scored with an assist from Lisa Maggi.Blakley Jones got the shutout.

 

Northridge 1, TCHS 0

TUSCALOOSA | A.C. Scogin scored the lone goal as the Lady Jaguars (14-2-1, 3-0) clinched the Class 6A, Area 7 title.

Joana Zambrano assisted on Scogin’s goal. Manon Kilgore had four saves for Northridge.

Holy Spirit girls 5,

Hillcrest 0

TUSCALOOSA | Julia Giggie scored three of Holy Spirit’s goals Monday. Giggie scored her first goal in the first half on an assist from Lily Rogers. She scored twice in the second half, the second of those on an assist from Caroline Sisson. Holy Spirit’s (8-1-1) other two goals came from Jordan Richmond on an assist by Rogers and by Alex Bushery on an assist by Lisa Maggi. Blakely Jones got the shutout in goal.

 

Holy Spirit boys 4,

Hillcrest 0

TUSCALOOSA | Andrew Whitfield scored twice for Holy Spirit (11-2-2, 6-0), and Sanders McKnight had three assists Monday. Max Schalk scored first on an assist from Mathieu Fuller.

The Titans scored twice more in the first half, with Christian Giggie scoring on a header with an assist from McKnight on a corner kick. McKnight also assisted on a Whitfield goal on a corner kick. In the second half, Whitfield and McKnight teamed again on a goal by Whitfield. Holy Spirit goalkeepers Rohit Fonseca and Madison Sears had five saves each.

TENNIS

 

Fayette County girls 6,

Sipsey Valley 3

FAYETTE | The Tigers won in AHSAA sectional play, the Fayette County girls tennis team took a 6-3 win against visiting Sipsey Valley.

 

Singles

No. 1 Estelle Clarisse (FC) def. Ashlee Austin (SV) 8-3

No. 2 Shaelie Price (FC) def. Caitlyn Barnes (SV) 8-0

No. 3 Olivia Mills (SV) def. Kathryn Madison (FC) 8-5

No. 4 Hanna Crowley (FC) def. Cheryl Calhoun (SV) 8-1

No. 5 Calli Gari (SV) def. Heather Davis (FC) 8-4

No. 6 Monica Acker (FC) def. Kaylee Lay (SV) 8-2

Doubles

No. 1 Clarisse-Price (FC) def. Austin-Barnes 8-2

No. 2 Mills-Gari (SV) def. Madison-Crowley (FC) 8-4

No. 3 Davis-Acker (FC) def. Calhoun-Lay (SV) 8-2

 

Fayette County boys 9,

Sipsey Valley 0

FAYETTE | Fayette County’s boys won at home Monday.

 

Singles

No. 1 Gene Fulmer (FC) def. Will Strickland (SV) 8-1

No. 2 Owen Taylor (FC) def. Dakota Booth (SV) 8-0

No. 3 Jacob Fulmer (FC) def. Ashton Hardin (SV) 8-3

No. 4 Cal McDonald (FC) def. Cole Booth (SV) 8-1

No. 5 Sam Taylor (FC) def. Justin Drake (SV) 8-0

No. 6 Jerry Lawrence (FC) def. Alex Kirkland (SV) 8-1

Doubles

No. 1 McDonald-Sam Taylor (FC) def. Strickland-Booth (SV) 8-2

No. 2 Gene Fulmer-Owen Taylor (FC) def. Hardin-Dakota Booth (SV) 8-1

No. 3 Jacob Fulmer-Lawrence (FC) def. Drake-Cole Booth (SV) 8-2

 

TRACK AND FIELD

TA boys, girls finish 2nd

SELMA | In a meet that featured 15 teams, Tuscaloosa Academy’s boys and girls track and field teams both finished second.

Charlotte Anguiano won the mile in 6 minutes, 7 seconds and also finished first as a leg on the 4x800 relay team. Kalin Burt finished first in high jump with a distance of 4 feet, 8 inches. Anna McKenzie finished first in the 400 meters in 1:02 and was also on the winning 4x800 relay team. Terrence Maybaum placed first in the 800 meters in 2:16, second in the mile at 5:30 and was a part of the boys’ winning 4x800 relay team. Johnathan Teesdale placed first in the 110 hurdles in 16.6, first in the 300 hurdles in 42, second in the long jump at 19 feet, 10 inches and fourth in the triple jump at 37-6.