This Week’s Tri-W Sports Highlights

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With most football teams enjoying a bye week and awaiting conference play, soccer, tennis, and volleyball continued on with their seasons, and racked up some notable wins. Here are some of the victories earned by Tri-W schools this week.

Football teams are on hiatus this week, save for a few.


The Warriors are 9-4 in volleyball after winning three sets to none against Piedmont this week at home. Weddington’s tennis team is 12-1 after a 9-0 shutout on Thursday over Sun Valley, and a 6-3 win at Covenant Day. The men’s soccer team has brought their record into the positive with two big wins against conference opponents this week. The Warriors won 4-1 at Monroe on Monday, and won 6-0 at Sun Valley on Wednesday. Their record is 3-3-2 on the year.


The Cuthbertson varsity volleyball team moves to 8-6 on the year after three wins this week. The Cavaliers won 3-0 at home against Monroe, following a 3-2 victory over Crest on Monday. They ended their week with a three-set shut out at Parkwood on Thursday.

Marvin Ridge

The Marvin Ridge men’s soccer team has improved to 6-2-1 on the year, and 4-0 in the SCC, after conference wins this week. The Mavericks beat South Meck 3-0 on Tuesday, and won 3-2 against Cuthbertson later in the week. The women’s tennis team is 9-3 after a 7-2 win in Thursday’s match at Cuthbertson. Varsity volleyball is 14-2 after two 3-0 wins on Saturday against Lake Norman and West Iredell.

A shot from mid-field


The Parkwood men’s soccer team is 6-1, with one tie, after Monday’s 5-2 win against Sun Valley. The women’s tennis team has improved their record after a 7-2 win at home against Union Academy.

Sun Valley

The tennis program at Sun Valley is 4-8 on the season after Tuesday’s win at home against Parkwood. The varsity volleyball team is 10-1 after a 3-0 win at home over Arborbrook Christian Academy, followed by a 3-1 win at Charlotte Catholic.

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