The week ahead in southwestern Wake sports

mblake@newsobserver.comOctober 13, 2013 

Athens Drive’s Emilia Migliaccio lines up a putt on the front 9 during the SWAC Conference Match at Lochmere Golf Club in Cary, on Wednesday, Oct. 9.

LIZ CONDO — Liz Condo Buy Photo

aMatches of the week

SWAC girls’ tennis championship

at Cary Tennis Center

Yes, the girls’ tennis championship is still going on after rain interrupted play Wednesday and Thursday and rain was in the forecast for Friday. Panther Creek’s Megan Smith and Holly Springs’ Bailey Edwards are playing for the singles tennis title. Cary’s Jamie Rogers and Hannah Jabusch will take on Panther Creek’s defending 4A state champion doubles team of Sammi Smith and Jordan Strickland.

Game time: 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14.

Monday

Boys’ soccer: Cary at Apex; Athens Drive at Green Hope; Middle Creek at Holly Springs; Panther Creek at Fuquay-Varina

Tuesday

Girls’ tennis: NCHSAA first-round dual-team playoffs

Volleyball: Apex at Holly Springs; Cary at Athens Drive; Panther Creek at Green Hope; Middle Creek at Fuquay-Varina

Wednesday

Boys’ soccer: Panther Creek at Apex; Middle Creek at Athens Drive; Fuquay-Varina at Cary; Green Hope at Holly Springs

Friday

Boys’ soccer: Cardinal Gibbons at Green Hope

Girls’ tennis: NCHSAA 4A Mideast individual regionals at Middle Creek High.

Saturday

Girls’ tennis: NCHSAA 4A Mideast individual regionals at Middle Creek High.

Volleyball: NCHSAA first round of playoffs.

Regular-season volleyball matches start 5:30 p.m., boys’ soccer games start 6:30 p.m.

SWAC standings

Boys’ Soccer

Conf.Overall
WLTWLT
1. Green Hope9101410
2. Apex8111411
3. Holly Springs640952
4. Fuquay-Varina550963
5. Athens Drive460883
6. Panther Creek460772
7. Middle Creek271691
8. Cary1902131

Volleyball

Conf.Overall
WLWL
1. Apex130162
T2. Fuquay-Varina94144
T2. Holly Springs94125
4. Athens Drive76119
5. Panther Creek5879
6. Middle Creek581014
7. Green Hope49812
8. Cary013117

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