St. James defeated Alabama Christian 25-23, 25-18 to win the Trinity Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday.
For the two-day tournament, Regan Riddle led with 30 kills and 13 blocks, Amanda Cherry had 19 kills and eight blocks, and Rebecca Williams had 17 kills, 11 blocks and 10 aces. Lacie Vette had 19 kills, 12 aces and three blocks, Win Woodson had 16 kills and 27 digs, Lizzie Kean had 43 assists and 11 aces, Laura Catherine Clark had 46 assists and eight aces. Zuri Foster added 43 digs, and Paden Browning had 17 digs.
For ACA, Shelby Traff compiled 48 kills followed by Kendra Mitchell with 38, Bailey Simmons with 19 and Peyton Kegley with 16. Payton Traff had 66 assists followed by Cloe Baker with 43.
Alabama Christian defeated Trinity in the semifinals 25-21, 17-25, 15-13.
For the Wildcats on Saturday, Ellen Rogers Trotman had 24 kills, three blocks and five aces. Dawson Williams added 15 kills and six blocks. Leeanne Phillips had 11 kills and nine blocks. Janie Hampton and Marley Sport combined for 171 digs and 11 aces.
ACA hosts LAMP today, and on Tuesday, St. James hosts Brewbaker Tech and Trinity hosts Thorsby.
EFCA downs The Rock
Ashley Dapprich had six kills, seven aces and two blocks to lead Evangel Family Christian Academy to a 25-9, 25-10, 25-15 victory over The Rock on Thursday.
Anna Seay had three kills, 12 aces and seven assists.
EFCA (9-3) hosts Success Unlimited today.
CROSS COUNTRY: MA girls win invitational
SCOTTSBORO – The Montgomery Academy girls cross-country team won the Scottsboro Invitational with 33 points over Pope John Paul II (Huntsville, 89 points) and Randolph (92 points).
Taylor Gerard (second, 20:25), Kaylee Quinn (fourth, 20:47), Maggie Chambers (fifth, 21:03), Drake McGowin (eighth, 21:23) and Emily Pierce (14th, 21:48) all medaled and led the field of 147 runners.
The MA boys finished second (109) to Hatton (108). Jack Barganier (second, 17:47), Jack Anderson (seventh, 17:59), Taylor Dockery (17th, 18:47) and Everett Fuller (28th, 19:15) led the Eagles in the 174 runner field.
The Montgomery Academy Invitational takes place Sept. 29 at Gateway Park.
AUM competes at South Alabama
MOBILE – The Warhawks competed at the Azalea City Classic on the campus of South Alabama.
The men finished 10th out of 13 teams led by freshman Zach Sollie running the fastest 8K time (28:35.48) in AUM history to finish 48th out of 105 runners. The time was one second faster than the previous mark set by teammate Garrett Carr at the Lee Invitational this year.
The AUM women competed in their first and only 6K event of the season. Katherine Toy was the top AUM runner out of the 115 participants. She finished the course in 27:33.22 at 85th.
COLLEGE SOCCER: AUM women extend unbeaten streak
HENDERSON, Tenn. – Haley Williams scored two goals to lead the Warhawks to an 8-0 victory over Freed-Hardeman on Saturday.
AUM (5-0-1) matched the 2004 team for the longest unbeaten streak to start a season in the program’s history.
Ros Arngrimsdottir, Margret Albertsdottir, Alexandra Sveinsdottir, Karina Suetsugu, Christine Kelly and Maren Heller also scored.
Huntingdon women fall short
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Ga. – Kate Garrigan scored for the Hawks (0-4, 0-1 Great South Athletic Conference) in their 2-1 loss to Covenant.
Huntingdon men lose to Concordia
Stacy Terry scored for the Hawks (2-3) in their 3-1 loss to Concordia.
–From staff reports