girls soccer

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Maggie Lowe

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Maggie Lowe

Southwestern Randolph  |  girls’ soccer Lowe scored 27 goals across 22 games to pace the Cougars in that category. Lowe also finished her senior season with seven assists for the third-most total on the team. The Cougars posted a 14-7-1 record. That was the team’s most victories since 2017. Lowe landed a spot on the All-Piedmont Conference team following the previous season’s selection for the 2021 All-Mid-Piedmont Conference team when Southwestern Randolph competed in a Class 3-A league. Lowe had a team-best six goals in the shortened 2021 season, with the Cougars playing ten games. 
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kaylee McDonald

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kaylee McDonald

Trinity  |  girls’ soccer, basketball McDonald, a senior, wrapped up her high school career with a spot on the All-Piedmont Conference girls’ soccer team. McDonald was a goalkeeper for the Bulldogs. She also was a starter on the Trinity girls’ basketball team. McDonald ranked in the top three in many of Trinity’s basketball statistics.   
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Summer Bowman

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Summer Bowman

Wheatmore  |  girls’ soccer   Bowman scored two goals to boost the Warriors in the Class 2-A state championship game. That resulted in a 4-1 victory against Clinton on Friday night in Cary. She was named Most Valuable Player of the title game. Bowman, a junior forward, was an instrumental part of Wheatmore’s 25-0-0 season that was capped by the school’s first state team championship. In the West Region final earlier in the week, Bowman had the team’s only two assists in the 4-3 overtime triumph at Wilkes Central. Bowman finished the season third on the team in goals (36)…
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Wheatmore girls hold state record, will play for state title

Wheatmore girls hold state record, will play for state title

Wheatmore’s Kara Comer, right, heads the ball over East Davidson’s Carson Suggs during a game in the Class 2-A state playoffs earlier this spring in Trinity. Wheatmore won the second-round game 5-1. (PJ Ward-Brown/North State Journal) TRINITY – Wheatmore owns a state record in girls’ soccer. Now it’s a matter of seeing if the Warriors can add a state championship to that. It took overtime in Tuesday night’s regional final, with a 4-3 victory at Wilkes Central to keep the season alive. In the fourth round of the Class 2-A state playoffs, Wheatmore scored three goals to set the record…
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kara Comer

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kara Comer

Wheatmore  |  girls’ soccer Comer has been a steady producer on offense for the Warriors. She’s often surrounded by high-scoring underclassmen. Comer recorded a goal and five assists in last week’s 10-1 rout of visiting Eastern Randolph in a Piedmont Athletic Conference game. Then in a 4-1 non-league triumph at Southwest Guilford, she supplied another assist. With the Warriors’ 8-1 whipping of visiting Southwestern Randolph on Monday, they improved 9-0, including a 3-0 PAC mark. Comer had a goal and an assist in that game. Comer, a senior, had a standout career on the school’s girls’ tennis team as well.
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