Fields runs well, O’Connor stays hot

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Spencer Fields (Rhodes So., Darlington, Kingston) — Fields led Rhodes in its first home meet of the season Saturday by running a 25:33 8K. That time was good for fourth overall as the Lynx finished fourth out of 17 teams.

Savannah Hardin (Young Harris So., Cass) — Hardin finished 109th at Montevallo’s Falcon Classic on Saturday, running a 29:11 6K as Young Harris finished 12th out of 12 teams.

Rogelio Herrera (Reinhardt Sr., Cartersville) — Herrera ran a 32:09 8K Saturday at the University of North Georgia Invitational in Oakwood, finishing 51st and eighth for a Reinhardt team that ended up fifth out of 10.

SOCCER

Madison Bennett (North Greenville Fr., Woodland) — Bennett came off the bench to play 55 minutes in a 2-0 win against Lees-McRae and two minutes in a 3-2 loss to Barton last week.

Mallary Hedden (Armstrong State Jr., Cass) — Hedden started and played 47 minutes in a 2-0 win against Tampa last week, before coming off the bench to log 29 more in an 8-1 win over Georgia Southwestern for the 4-1 Lady Pirates.

Emily Moore (Charleston Southern Sr., Woodland) — Moore came off the bench in two games last week, as Charleston Southern beat Jacksonville State 1-0 and lost to Vermont 3-1.

Kurt Moore (Birmingham Southern Fr., Darlington, Euharlee) — Moore only played in one of Birmingham Southern’s three games last week, but he made the most of it, making three saves to post a shutout in a 3-0 win at LaGrange on Wednesday. Moore has yet to surrender a goal this season in two games and just over 160 minutes of action.

Amy Moreno (Georgia Military College Fr., Woodland) — Moreno saw action off the bench for GMC in Friday’s 2-1 win over Gordon State.

VOLLEYBALL

Katie O’Connor (Western Carolina Jr., Cartersville) — O’Connor led the Catamounts with eight kills, making just two errors, and added three blocks in a three-set loss to Winthrop last week. O’Connor is now second on the team in kills, with 79, and first in blocks with 52.

Sydney Sumners (Shorter So., Adairsville) — Sumners didn’t play last week, but her Shorter team ran its record to 9-0 with wins over Mississippi College, Christian Brothers, North Alabama and Alabama-Huntsville.