- Lake Norman Charter School
- Knights' Athletics Results
Week of September 20
MS BOYS' SOCCER
The boys' soccer team played Holy Trinity. The result was the same as the first game but the Knights played more like a unit with much better positioning and passing. The coaches appreciated outstanding performances by Graham Booker, Jake Wasnyiak and Brooks Cooper. Everyone on the team fought hard the entire game.
The boys occer team played Providence Day. Shreyas Polishetty scored as a defender from way downtown, surprising the goalie. Ben McDermott and Mason Holcomb played strong in the center of the mid-field. Although the boys lost the game we outscored Providence Day in the second half.
The Lady Knights improved their record to 6-2 as they defeated Providence Day. It was a total team effort to win 2 out 3 sets. The girls won the first set 25-17, lost the second set 23-25 and won the third set 15-9. Helping to secure the win were Isabella Thamodhoran, Ella Dobbins and Claire Steadman with solid backrow defense.
MS GIRLS' TENNIS
The Lady Knights played away at Holy Trinity. The team has improved so much since they first played Holy Trinity but ultimately lost 0-9. We played two exhibition matches, which gave everyone on the team a chance to play today.
1. Eleina Moon 3-8
2. Kate Champion 0-8
3. Tanvi Prabhu 3-8
4. Pranati Kakani 0-8
5. Evie Niemeyer 0-8
6. Maura Zaccarelli 1-8
1. Moon/Champion 3-8
2. Prabhu/Niemeyer 2-8
3. Zaccarelli/Averi Buckler 1-8
The Lady Knights won a hard-fought match against East Rowan going 4 sets (25-16, 25-23, 23-25, 25-21).
JV won their match in 2 sets with scores of 25-12, 25-13.
The Lady Knights defeated Carson in 4 sets (21-25, 25-17, 25-21, 25-22) for a conference record of 6-1 and 10-1 overall.
JV won in 3 sets (27-25, 25-21, 25-23) keeping them undefeated. They are 7-0 in conference and 11-0 overall.
HS MEN'S SOCCER
LNC's men's soccer defeated East Rowan High School 9-0. Six different Knights scored on the night. Junior Jake Magnuson, junior Nick Nowick and senior Mitchell Tucci each scored 2 goals while senior Arie Conder, sophomore Richard King and junior Jack Venagoni each scored 1 goal.