Roberson Soccer Shuts Out RS Central 6-0, Reynolds Football Will Be Without Two Starters Friday, Tourists Magic Number Down to One (8-20-14)

Updated: Thursday, August 21 2014, 12:36 AM EDT
Roberson Soccer Shuts Out RS Central 6-0, Reynolds Football Will Be Without Two Starters Friday, Tourists Magic Number Down to One (8-20-14) story image
The Roberson Soccer team is off to a solid start this season, winning its first two games on the schedule.  The Rams shut out RS Central on Wednesday night, beating the Hilltoppers 6-0. Alex Lewis records a hat trick and has an assist to lead Roberson to the victory. 

The A.C. Reynolds Football team will be without two of its starters for Friday's first game of the season.  Andrew Swicegood and Rico Dowdle will miss the game because of disciplinary actions.  Swicegood is no longer a student at Reynolds.  The Rockets open the season Friday night against West Forsyth. 

The Asheville Tourists magic number is down to 1 after they beat Kannapolis Wednesday night 8-6.  If the Tourists win on Thursday, or if Charleston loses, then Asheville will clinch a berth into the playoffs.

Roberson Soccer Shuts Out RS Central 6-0, Reynolds Football Will Be Without Two Starters Friday, Tourists Magic Number Down to One (8-20-14)
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