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Greyson Frey's goal off of a Jake Lafrancis pass with five minutes to go helped the Newton-Conover soccer team pick up a 4-3 victory against Bandys in Catawba on Tuesday.
The win keeps Newton-Conover (11-4-1, 9-2-0) in second place in the CVAC standings, trailing only South Iredell by two games.
The Red Devils play at the Vikings on Thursday night.
Lafrancis, Eli Cordes and Wepner also scored goals for the Red Devils, while Wepner, Lafrancis and Chandler Johnson made assists.
In goal, Jake Miller and Mateo Avlerez had one save each for Newton-Conover.
Spencer Tullos, Bobby Wicks and Zach Beresford each scored goals for Bandys (5-11, 4-7), while Ben Howden and Armando Rivera picked up assists.
Thomas Simmons had seven saves in goal for the Trojans.
South Iredell 5, Bunker Hill 0
The Vikings (14-1-2, 11-0-0) shut out the Bears on the soccer field to maintain their lead at the top of the Catawba Valley 2A standings
Omar Chavez recorded eight saves in goal for Bunker Hill (7-8-1, 5-6-0).
West Caldwell 4, Maiden 0
The Blue Devils soccer team was shut out Tuesday at home against the Warriors.
Maiden falls to 0-14 overall and 0-11 in the CVAC.
St. Stephens 3, Hickory 1
The Lady Indians defeated the Lady Red Tornadoes on Tuesday 18-25, 25-11, 25-23 and 25-12.
The victory gives St. Stephens (22-1, 11-1) the outright Northwestern 3A/4A volleyball crown.
Jenna Boliek led the Lady Indians with 12 kills, while Breanna Hall added 11 kills and four blocks.View more articles in: