High School Roundup | Pasquotank shuts out winless Perquimans in boys soccer


Pasquotank's Jalen Haist (11) scored two goals with two assists against Perquimans, Tuesday


From staff reports

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

The Pasquotank boys soccer team defeated Perquimans 7-0 Tuesday evening at Pasquotank County High School.

Jalen Haist led the charge with two goals and two assists, Jimmy Padilla had a goal and three assists, Chase Perry added two goals, Mateo Perez had a goal and an assist, and Evan Jarvis added a goal.

Matthew Harrell made a few big saves in goal for Pasquotank (3-0-2) to keep Perquimans (0-5-0) off of the scoreboard in the non-conference match.

TEACH (Va.) 6, Currituck 2: The Knights (1-4-2) lost the match in Virginia Beach, Virginia Tuesday.

TEACH was a very technical and physical team against Currituck. 

The Knights struggled to finish offensive opportunities in the match.

Currituck’s junior varsity team tied TEACH’s JV team 3-3 Tuesday afternoon.


Perquimans def. Manteo 25-11, 25-12, 25-14: The Lady Pirates (8-1, 3-0 Albemarle Athletic Conference) secured the conference win at Manteo Tuesday evening.

Perquimans was led by Cayce Copley who posted 13 service points, four aces, 10 kills and three digs, Samantha Midgett had six service points, five aces, nine kills and a block.

Megan Denson posted three service points, one ace and nine kills, McKayle Knapp had 10 service points, two aces, 14 assists and four digs.

Abby Todd added 11 service points, two aces and three kills, while Erin Thomas had nine assists in the win.

“I thought we came out and played aggressive from the beginning and we kept that tone throughout,” Perquimans coach Kristie Thach said. “We were able run a good tempo on offense thanks to some good passes from our back row.”

Camden def. Washington County 25-5, 25-8, 25-16: The Lady Bruins (6-2, 2-0 AAC) won their third consecutive match with a three-set home win against the Lady Panthers Tuesday at home.

Hannah Daggett posted five kills, Mckenzie Underwood had six aces with nine digs, Addison Buhl posted three blocks, Haley Bohn had five assists, while Caitlyn Overton posted 10 assists in the win.

Camden travels to Perquimans for a match today.

Albemarle School def. Hobgood Academy 25-19, 25-8, 18-25, 25-19: The Lady Colts (5-1, 3-1 TIC) secured the league win at home Tuesday evening.

Albemarle School faces Lawrence Academy on the road today.


Currituck 9, Hertford County 0: The Lady Knights opened Northeastern Coastal Conference play with a convincing win at Hertford County on Tuesday.

Playing 8-game pro-sets as a concession to the heat, Currituck swept the singles with the loss of just a single game.

Elizabeth Hewitt, Marley Renner, Heather Hennessey, McKenna Sweeney, Grace Waters, and Lilly Nekervis recorded the victories.

In doubles, Hewitt and Sweeney, Hennessey and Renner, and Nekervis and Samantha Phillips earned the victories.

"The Hertford kids gave a good effort, and represented their school with class," observed Currituck coach Vic Ramsey. "We were just a lot more experienced, and it showed in the results."

Currituck (2-2, 1-0 NCC) will host Bertie today.

Northeastern 9, Bertie 0: The Lady Eagles (5-0-1, 1-0 NCC) swept the Lady Falcons at home Tuesday afternoon.

In singles, Northeastern's Olivia Sanders defeated Lindsey Dickens 6-4, 6-4.

Jaycie Gregory defeated Alyssa Byrum 6-4, 6-2, Emma Teachy bested Stephanie Castello 6-1, 6-3, Brooke Overman knocked off Kayleigh Freeman 6-1, 6-0, Ellie Hornthal topped Carly Dawson 6-0, 6-0 and Madeline Twiford defeated Kristen Teel 6-1, 6-1.

In doubles, Sanders and Teachy defeated Dickens and Byrum 10-7, Overman and Davis Robertson defeated Castello and Freeman 10-4 and Hornthal and Twiford bested Dawson and Taylor Scott 10-1.

“This was the best I have seen my girls play this season,” Northeastern coach April Turner said. “From player 1-14 they all played great today. Their serves were working which is important, but the most important thing was they were patient. Instead of trying to win the match on one swing they waited for “their” shot to win the point on. I could not of asked for a better win to start conference play on and a good confidence boost going into Thursday’s match.”

John A. Holmes 9, Bear Grass Charter 0: Edenton (3-3-1) earned the non-conference win at home Tuesday.

Jessica Copeland, Anna Bass, Sydney Morris, Lilly Boyce, Molly Catherine White and Savannah Ester won their singles matches.

In doubles, Bass and Morris, Copeland and Boyce and White and Bunch were winners for the Lady Aces.