Area Sports Briefs

Qualifying concluded at the Country Club of Salisbury on Sunday for the Crowder-Dorsett Labor Day Four-Ball Tournament.

The best score on Sunday was a 69 turned in by Eric Mulkey-Thad Sprinkle.


The team of Blake Wray-Lee Frick won medalist honors with the 5-under 66 they shot on Saturday.

Match play begins next Saturday.

Fifteen top qualifiers are in the Championship Flight, along with defending champions Chris Owen-Ken Clarke.

Owen-Clarke, the top seeded team, take on No. 16 seed Seth Correll-Chris Nesbitt at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.

The Wray-Frick team is seeded second and takes on No. 15 Brian Jones-Steve Gegorek on Saturday.

The Senior pair of Henry Morgan-Keith Holloway shot 71 Sunday to match the top score. They tied Mallory McDaniel-John DeRhodes.

The Super Senior team of Russ Priddy-Grey Medinger shot 72 on Sunday to tie Gus Andrew-Sam Nash for the best score in the Super Senior Division.

Phyllis Durland-Kristi Laton shot 73 on Sunday for the best Women’s Division qualifying score.

Pairings, times and starting holes for the Championship Flight, First Flight, Second Flight, Senior Championship Flight, Super Senior Division and Women’s Division are in today’s Scoreboard.

The pairings for all nine flights and the Senior First Flight will be listed Tuesday.

McCanless Couples

The McCanless Couples played a Captain’s Choice tournament.

Winners were Bryan Trexler, Frank Foster and Walt and Kim Kincaid.

The second-place team was Ty and Beverly Cobb, Don Goodnight and Tim Earnhardt.

Glenn Trexler won the longest putt contest.

Prep cross country

The Pre-Rowan County Cross Country Meet is set for Dan Nicholas Park on Tuesday.

The boys race is at 3:30 p.m., while the girls race is at 4:15 p.m.

Intimidators

Adam Lopez and Euclides Leyer combined to shut out the Rome Braves on Sunday.

The Kannapolis Intimidators won 9-0. The Intimidators have won their last four series.

Jacob May went 3-for-4 and has a 13-game hitting streak.

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