Spring Sports Roundup

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By The Staff

Warriors booters win first four matches
The Class AAA Indian Land High School boys soccer team has posted a string of wins against area teams to open its regular season.
The Warriors beat Lancaster High School 6-3, Andrew Jackson High 2-0, York Comprehensive High 3-2 and Buford High 4-0.
A March 1 match against the Governor’s School was rained out.
Lady Warriors booters post wins, losses

• The Lady Warriors varsity soccer team beat the S.C. Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics 3-0 March 18 in Hartsville.
IL’s Carleigh Werner made all three goals, one with an assist from Kiley Waterbury.
IL, now 2-6, made 23 shots on goal to four by the Class AA Governor’s School.
IL goalies Serenity Collier had three saves and Danielle Griffith tallied one in the match.

• The Lady Warriors soccer team fell 0-5 to Charlotte Country Day School on March 14 in Charlotte.
IL made two shots on goal to 12 by Class AAA Charlotte Country Day.
Collier had 16 saves for ILHS.
• Class AAAAA Northwestern High School prevailed 2-1 in a tight girls soccer match win over Indian Land, winning 3-2 in penalty kicks in a match March 12 at the ILHS Reservation.
In regulation play, Northwestern’s Camryn Guest tallied, while Zoe McCarver tallied for the Lady Warriors on an assist from Sam Ammann.
Bella Sikorski had five saves in the match and Shelby Ryberg tallied three.
In the shootout IL, 1-5, had goals from Ammann and Tatiana Ramirez. Sikorski saved a shot for ILHS.
• The Lady Warriors won 2-1 in a tight girls soccer match over the Parkwood (N.C.) Lady Rebels, winning 3-2 in penalty kicks March 5 at ILHS.
In regulation play, IL’s Ramirez tallied, while Jenna Sweezy tallied for Parkwood.
Sikorski had five saves in the match and Ryberg tallied two.
In the shootout, IL had goals from Haley Havermann, Ammann and Ramirez. 
“Bella Sikorski came up with three monster saves in goal to secure the win,” ILHS coach Mark Bonda said.

• In the preseason Viking Cup, held Feb. 21-23 in Columbia, the Lady Warriors fell to Class AAAAA White Knoll and Nation Ford and AAAA Eastside high schools.
In the first round Feb. 21, White Knoll won 5-0. IL made one shot on goal to White Knoll’s 21. Sikorski and Collier had six saves each for IL in the match.
The Lady Warriors were ranked No. 3 in Class AAA preseason, while White Knoll was ranked No. 15 in its class.
In round two Feb. 23, Indian Land fell 0-1 to Eastside, ranked fourth in its class. IL made three shots on goal to Eastside’s 21. IL’s Collier had 11 saves and Sikorski had eight.
In round three later that day, Indian Land fell 0-7 to Nation Ford, ranked 11th in its class. IL made two shots on goal to Nation Ford’s 15. Collier had 11 saves, Ryberg had three and Sikorski one, all for ILHS.