MOORESVILLE – The Lake Norman boys lacrosse team dominated Mooresville 18-0 April 2.
The Wildcats, who advanced to 8-2 overall and 3-0 in Conference 13, scored nine goals in the first quarter and six more in the second.
The win came off a 15-2 victory over Community School of Davidson March 28.
Mooresville is still winless on the season.
The Wildcats’ next game is Friday, April 5, against Oceanside (S.C.) Collegiate Academy – where Chad Grier, formerly with Davidson Day, coaches football.
LN softball atop I-Meck
MOORESVILLE – With an undefeated conference record, the Lake Norman softball team has gone on a streak of four games winning by a total of 62-0.
The streak started for the Wildcats (14-2 and 10-0 in the I-Meck as of April 2) with a 14-0 win over South Iredell, followed by 17-0 and 16-0 wins against West Charlotte. They then defeated Mallard Creek 15-0 April 2.
The team has four players with multiple home runs – Carley Christopher (4), Elly Hueker (3), Amber Locasto (2) and Samantha Ladowski (2).
Freshman Linda Moore has been the ace pitcher, compiling an 8-1 record with a 1.40 earned-run average.
Pride in PAC 7 hunt
MOUNT MOURNE – The Pine Lake Prep girls soccer team split a pair of games to start the week of April 1.
On Monday, the Pride wiped out Bradford Prep 9-0. Seven players reached the net, as sophomore Chloe Mullen and junior Lydia Sparks each recorded two goals. Junior Emma Schatz led the team with two assists. And senior goalkeeper Lauren Messer picked up the shutout with two saves.
On April 2, the Pride fell to out-of-conference foe Christ the King 6-1, allowing five goals in the second half.
Pine Lake is 4-5 overall and 4-2 (tied for fourth) in the PAC 7 1A.
Underclassmen shine for Mooresville
MOORESVILLE – With the regular season coming to a close, the Mooresville boys tennis team defeated Statesville High April 1, 8-1.
The young Blue Devils were led by sophomore Ashish Das on Court 1, who defeated Seth Wood 6-2, 6-3. On Court 2, junior Kobey Godbold defeated Will Spears 6-2, 6-3, as Mooresville won all of its singles matches without a senior in its top six slots.
The team’s top doubles pair of Richard Whitefield and Riley Edwards – both juniors – won their match 8-5.
A match at Mallard Creek April 4 marked the end of the regular season for the Blue Devils, who were in third place in the I-Meck 4A behind Hough and Hopewell.