Sports Briefs: Caleb Martin signs with Miami

Published 8:51 am Thursday, September 23, 2021

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Caleb Signs With Miami

After playing together from third grade through two NBA seasons, Cody and Caleb Martin will go their separate ways in the 2021-22 season. Free agent Caleb was waived by the Charlotte Hornets and signed a two-way contract with the Miami Heat. The twins will now compete in the same conference.

Forrest 4 TDs For Pinebrook

Behind four touchdown runs by Brandon Forrest, the varsity Pinebrook Trojans defeated Shady Grove 26-12 on Sept. 11 in the season opener for both teams.

Forrest’s scoring runs were 60, 68, 20 and 8 yards. He finished with 165 rushing yards and also had a team-high seven tackles. Teammates Reynolds Tomlinson and Carter Cornett had five tackles each. Brody Willard, Easton Banne and Carson Nicholls had good blocking games.

In its second game, Pinebrook dominated Cornatzer 28-0. Forrest ran for two TDs, while Henry Hines and Willard had one each. Hines’ score was a 74-yarder. Jason Riddle had six tackles. Hines had 92 all-purpose yards. The Trojans got good blocking from Camden Gioeli, Parker Johnson and Glen Green.

McDaniel 46 At Salem Glen

Annika McDaniel shot a 10-over 46 to lead Davie’s golf team at Salem Glen on Sept. 13.

McDaniel had the No. 11 score for the day, followed by Krystal Davis’ 51 for 12th place.

Davie has finished third in all three Central Piedmont Conference meets. The team scores for this one: Reagan 9-under 99, West Forsyth 113, Davie 151, Reynolds 165, Glenn 182, Mt. Tabor 191 and East Forsyth 204.

Davie was missing its top player in Emerson Vanzant, who finished eighth and ninth in the first two CPC meets.

Soccer Loses To Reynolds, EF

The opening week of Central Piedmont Conference action was rough for Davie’s soccer team. It lost 8-0 at Reynolds (4-5-2 overall) and 7-0 at home to East Forsyth (6-4).

“The new CPC is brutal,” coach Jason Clark said after the War Eagles fell to 1-5-1 overall. “We have (seven) teams that have made it to the top four in the state (playoffs) for the last four years in our conference.”

Davie’s JV lost 8-0 to Reynolds and 3-0 at East Forsyth.