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Thursday’s roundup: Charlotte Latin, Providence Day maintain CISAA soccer dominance

Thursday’s roundup: Charlotte Latin, Providence Day maintain CISAA soccer dominance

 

 

by Steve Little and Langston Wertz Jr.
April 12, 2019

Chargers Marissa Hart vs Cannon School

Providence Day and Charlotte Latin maintained control over the CISAA girls’ soccer race Thursday with shutout victories.

Providence Day, the league leader with a 4-0 record, trounced Covenant Day 8-0. Charlotte Latin, 4-1 in the league, blanked Concord Cannon School 4-0.

Sophomore striker Kennedy Jones scored three goals for Providence Day, bringing her season total to 29 goals and 13 assists.  

Marissa Hart (two goals, two assists) and Taylor France (two goals, one assist) assisted Jones.

Charlotte Latin got two goals from Brooke Bellavia. Goalkeeper Ruthie Jones went 75 minutes, and Anna Barnhardt played the final five minutes to preserve the shutout.

Charlotte Country Day, at 2-1, also is in the title race.

Providence Day faces Charlotte Country Day on Monday and visits Charlotte Christian on Tuesday. Charlotte Latin hosts Covenant Day on Tuesday and visits Charlotte Country Day on Thursday.

Providence Day, which beat Charlotte Latin 3-2 in overtime on April 4, has a rematch with the Hawks on April 23 at Latin.

FEATURED PERFORMERS (The Charlotte Observer): LINK

 

                                                                                                                                                    Sophomore striker Kennedy Jones