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Girls Soccer Beats GMC; Also Golf, Track, Tennis, Baseball, Softball

Girls Soccer Beats GMC; Also Golf, Track, Tennis, Baseball, Softball

Caroline Mruz scored four goals and the SJCS Varsity girls soccer team defeated visiting Greer Middle College 6-1 on Wednesday night.

The Knights improved to 5-5-1 overall and 2-1 in Region 1-1A play.

Caroline Getz and Lola Kelly each scored a goal for St. Joe's. Getz contributed two assists, and Lauren Mruz, Charlotte Rosenfeld and Taylor Hargett each had one assist.

The Knights also played a strong defensive match, as the Blazers' only goal came on a penalty kick.

Track and Field

The Knights posted several stellar results during a seven-team meet at Southside Christian School on Wednesday.

Harper Greer won the high jump, and Odette Brown was runner-up in the 1,600 meters and third in the 3,200. Nina Brown was fourth in the 1,600, Bia Hamilton fourth in the 800 and Francie Thompson fourth in the 400.

Among the boys, Burke Moorman was third in the 1,600, Matt Patterson fourth in the 200, Graham Houck fifth in the 800 and Noah Simmons fifth in the 400 hurdles.

The team of Patterson, Houck, Lucas Salgado and Chase Hopkins took third in the 4x400 relay.

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Boys Golf

Playing the back nine on The Preserve at Verdae, the SJCS boys golf team recorded its best score of the year in its 161-186 victory over Brashier Middle College.

Luke Bryant's 38 secured medalist honors with a birdie on the par 5 finishing hole to edge Bryce Chapman by a stroke. Co-captain Dean Remsberg's steady play added 41 to the team effort, while Hudson Wolfram and Smith Crick contributed matching 43s.

On Monday, April 8, St. Joe's will compete in the Greenville County High School Championship at The Thornblade Club. Remsberg, Chapman, Crick, Bryant and Wolfram will carry the banner for the Knights in this 18-hole event.

Boys Tennis

Despite missing No. 1 player Palmer Saad (due to illness), the SJCS Varsity tennis pulled out a 4-3 victory over host Powdersville on Wednesday.

The Knights (5-2) got a big win from Miller Babcock and William Doyle at No. 2 doubles, as well as singles victories from Jeremiah Adams, Hampton Norwood and Vianney De Roffignac.


No. 1-Whit Wilkins lost, 0-6, 1-6
No. 2-Jeremiah Adams won, 6-0, 6-2
No. 3-Hampton Norwood won, 6-3, 6-1
No. 4-Vianney De Roffignac won, 6-0, 6-2
No. 5-Charlie Walters lost, 2-6, 2-6
No. 1-Wilkins/Norwood lost, 5-7, 4-6
No. 2-Miller Babcock/William Doyle won, 6-4, 6-1

The JV Knights, also short-handed, lost 6-1 to visiting J.L. Mann on Wednesday.

The Knights were without No. 1 Charlie Walters, who was subbing for the Varsity, and Brodie Miller could only play doubles due to an injury. Miller teamed with Will Schofield to win at No. 2 doubles.


No. 1-Byron Webb lost, 3-6, 2-6
No. 2-Will Schofield lost, 0-6, 0-6
No. 3-Connor Campbell lost, 0-6, 1-6
No. 4-Kolbe Hanson lost, 2-6, 0-6
No. 5-Julian Stewart lost, 0-6, 0-6
No. 1-Brodie Miller/Will Schofield won, 9-8 (10-5)
No. 2-Campbell/Hanson lost, 4-8


Christ Church scored an unearned run in the bottom of the seventh inning and defeated the SJCS Varsity 5-4 on Wednesday night in a Region 1-1A game.

Junior left-hander J.P. Rambo pitched a strong six innings, allowing four runs but blanking the Cavaliers after the third. He struck out 10 and walked two.

Sam Utecht had three hits and knocked in a run for the Knights, and Harrison Zinkann, Jackson Campbell and John Eberstein each drove in a run.


The Knights lost to visiting Eastside 23-10 in five innings on Wednesday night.

Avery Phillips, Abby Green and Natalia Montes each had a hit, and Emerson Tate, Reese Martin and Emmie Paradise each drove in a run for the Knights, who took advantage of 14 walks.

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