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Playoff tickets on


sale around Laurinburg


LAURINBURG — Tickets for Scotland High School’s playoff game against Heritage on Friday are on sale this week at three locations in Laurinburg.


General admission tickets can be bought for $7 at ShirtTales, Harley’s Tuxedo and Gifts or the Scotland High School main office. Reserved section tickets can also be bought at the school office for $10. The game begins at 7:30 p.m. and the gates open an hour prior.


SAU soccer has two picked


as players of the week


LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University Men’s soccer team continues to reap the benefits of their big upset win in the conference quarterfinals as two of their players were announced yesterday as the Appalachian Athletic Conference players of the week.


Junior forward Caio Lima was chosen as the offensive player of the week for his goal in the win over Reinhardt and his goal in the upset win over Tennessee Wesleyan. Lima also scored a penalty kick in the shootout against Reinhardt. He is now second on the team with 10 goals on the year.


Freshman goalkeeper Leandro Custodio was then awarded the defensive player of the week for his outstanding goaltending in the two tournament wins. First against Reinhardt, Custodio held the Eagles to just two goals all game and then saved three shots out of five to help the Knights win the shootout 4-2. He also did not allow any goals in the 2-1 win against TWC as the only goal scored by the Bulldogs was when Custodio was hurt and out of the game. Custodio now has 98 saves on the year.


No. 4 Tennessee women


beat No. 12 UNC 81-65


CHAPEL HILL (AP) — Ariel Massengale scored a career-high 20 points to help No. 4 Tennessee beat No. 12 North Carolina 81-65 on Monday night, a strong performance in which the Lady Vols led by double figures most of the game.


Isabelle Harrison added 14 points for the Lady Vols (2-0), who led by 12 at halftime then scored the first seven points of the second half to blow the game open. Tennessee shot 40 percent but knocked down eight 3-pointers, while its defense harassed the Tar Heels (1-1) all night.


Freshman Allisha Gray scored 15 points to lead UNC, which shot 30 percent (21 for 69). Freshman Diamond DeShields, the top recruit in a heralded rookie class, finished with eight points on 3-for-15 shooting before fouling out with 2:10 left.

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