Area Sports Briefs:

  • Posted: Sunday, July 21, 2013 12:58 a.m.

From staff reports



West Rowan’s Junior Legion team was held to two hits and lost 10-0 to South Caldwell in the Junior Legion state tournament on Saturday.

Mason Teague pitched a two-hitter for South Caldwell (20-0). Tyler Poteat and Lee Poteat had the only hits for West (18-13). Hunter Shepherd, Jonathan Luther and Kacey Otto pitched.


It’s a double-elimination tournament. West will play in an elimination game today at 12:30 p.m. at East Forsyth against Morehead City.

Morehead City lost 11-0 to Kernersville in the first round but beat Chatham County 9-3 on Saturday.

Swansboro and Chatham County have been eliminated.

East-West Games

The girls and boys basketball games will be held Monday at the Greensboro Coliseum. The girls and boys soccer games will be Tuesday at UNC Greensboro. The football game will be Wednesday at High Point’s Simeon Stadium.

The girls basketball and soccer games start at 6:30 p.m., followed by the boys games at 8:30.

The football game is usually held at Greensboro’s Jamieson Stadium but has been moved because of construction. It will start at 8 p.m.

West Rowan’s Logan Stoodley and Branden Hansen and East Rowan’s T.J. Jefferson are in the football game.

Parks and Rec

The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registration for teams for its fall men’s softball league.

Coaches meeting will be held on Monday, July 22, at 6 p.m. at Hall Gym.

Call 704-638-5289 for information.

American Legion

Randolph beat Kernersville 5-3 in the opening game of the best-of-three Area III championship series on Saturday. Game 2 is today at 1:30 at McCrary Park.

Intimidators

The Kannapolis Intimidators lost at West Virginia 5-1 on Saturday. Kannapolis has lost seven straight to W.V.

Local golf

Frank Adams III tied for 18th in the eGolf Tour’s HGM Hotels Classic at Rock Barn.

Adams shot 6-under 282 for the four-day event and won $1,850.

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