North Moore’s spring sports standouts

24 student-athletes earn all-conference honors
Diana Maria (14), shown here making a move against Woods Charter this season, was named to the Mid-Carolina Conference first team. (Gene Galin)

Two dozen North Moore athletes earned all-conference honors for the spring sports season this year. Here’s a look at the Mustangs who took home hardware.

Mid-Carolina 1A/2A Spring Sports 2024 All-Conference teams

Boys’ tennis:

Caleb Cockman—The senior had a 7-5 singles record at the number-two spot for the Mustangs, according to MaxPreps’ statistics.

Luke Gibbons—The junior played first singles for North Moore, posting five wins. He was also part of the school’s number-one doubles team, going 8-4.

Colton Freeman—The junior earned five wins at 3-singles and also teamed with Gibbons as the top doubles duo for the Mustangs.

Boys’ golf:

First team:

Brady Preslar—The junior finished tied for No. 18 in the state.

Colby Pennington—After earning all-conference in football and basketball, he hit the links for a 44th-place finish at the state tourney.

Second team:

Camden Vest—The senior closed out his high school career with a No. 65 finish at states.


First Team:

Will Kennedy—The senior also picked up the conference’s Pitcher of the Year award.

Elliott Furr—The senior spent the fall winning conference Defensive Player of the Year as a football linebacker.

Austin Patterson—The senior is another multi-sport athlete who was the basketball team’s second-leading scorer.

Second team:

Dalton Massey—The junior served as the Mustangs’ catcher this season.

Dawson Futrell—Another multi-sport athlete who joined baseball after basketball season.


First team:

Sydney Russell—The junior led the Mustangs in average, hits, RBIs and runs, as well as ERA on the mound.

Tate Allred—The sophomore was second on North Moore in RBIs.

Calissa Clendenin—The junior was second on the team in average and led in on-base percentage. She was also among the leaders in runs, RBIs, doubles and slugging.

Second team:

Logan Maness—The senior also played tennis and basketball for the Mustangs.

Hannah Hunt—The senior was another three-sport athlete, playing for the North Moore basketball and volleyball teams.

Boys’ track and field

Michael Copeland—The senior had top-10 finishes in states in 300 hurdles and 110 hurdles.

Nathan Rogers—The senior also wrestled for the Mustangs and landed in the top three on the school’s all-time lists in shot put and discus.

Girls’ soccer

First team:

Diana Maria—Senior

Yuritzy Pulido—Senior

Samantha Urquiza–Sophomore

Bethany Ulloa—Junior

Second team:

Stacey Coroneal—Sopohomore

Joselyn Martindale—Freshman

By North State Journal Staff

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