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South Rowan shot 167 and nipped East Rowan (168) and Salisbury (171) in a match at the Country Club of Salisbury. North Rowan shot 227.

Salisbury’s Eric Edwards shot 34 for medalist honors.


South’s scorers were Davis Richards (37), Brennan Lambert (42), Josh Pope (43) and Evan Neas (45).

Scorers for East were Logan Shuping (36), Nick Lyerly (37), Ben Rollins (47) and Jacob Durham (48).

Scorers for Salisbury were Edwards (34), Chris Queen (42), Gabe Steinman 946) and John Murphy (49).

Scorers for North were Tyler Mulkey (45), Brodi Madison (55), Luke Miller (62) and Alex Billingsley (65).

Local golf

The Salisbury High atheletics department wil hold a fundraising golf tournament on Saturday, May 31, at Corbin Hills. There will be an 8:30 shotgun start.

If you have any interest in playing, helping run the tournament, providing door prizes, being a sponsor, or all of the above, contact Ryan Ochier

Coach Ochier is the head track and field coach and is helping organize the event. Call 704-636-1221.

• In the weather-plagued eGolf Tour NorthStone Open in Huntersville, Frank Adams III is tied for eighth at 1-under after two rounds. He’s shot 73-68 — 141.

Will Collins shot 72-74 — 146. Russ Adams has shot 76-88 — 164. Johnny Kyger shot 80 in the first round.

A number of golfers couldn’t finish their second round on Thursday because of late starts and darkness.

•The Irish Creek Collegiate is set for April 4-6.

The field include UNC, Duke, East Carolina, Wake Forest, Appalachian State, Charlotte, Davidson and many more.

Middle school golf

Michael Childress shot 34 and led Sacred Heart to a win.

The Dolphins shot 174 to top Salisbury Academy (203) and Newton-Conover (219).

Other scorers for Sacred Heart were Alex Antosek (40), Will Taylor (49) and Eric Turnbull (51).

Salisbury Academy scorers were Charlie Barr (46), Hank Robins (50), George Fisher (53) and Mitch Jeter (54).

Prep track

Carson’s boys scored 84 points and won a meet with A.L. Brown (79) and Central Cabarrus (20).

Winners:

4x800 relay — Carson (Danyal Sherer, Nick Cox, Garrett Ingold, Zachary Marchinko), 8:36.80

4x400 relay — Carson (Marchinko, Cox, Sherer, Tyrese Paul), 3:48

4x200 relay — A.L. Brown (Jonathan Bryant, Johnny Delahoussaey, Greg Joyner Jr., Devon Rucker), 1:35.50

4x100 relay — A.L. Brown (Jadarius Duncan, Andrew Johnson, RJ Fowler, Devin Gray), 45.90

110 hurdles — Logan Miller (A.L. Brown), 16.90

300 hurdles — Herman Freeman (A.L. Brown), 45.40

High jump — Rodney Edmonds (A.L. Brown), 6-2

Triple jump — Andrew Hower (Carson), 41-0

Long jump — Hower (Carson), 20-2

Shot put — MyQuon Stout (Carson), 48-5

Discus — Stout (Carson), 130-6

100 — Jaynai Monley (Central), 11.70

200 — Delahoussaey (A.L. Brown), 24.20

400 — Cox (Carson), 54.20

800 — Kellen Corson (A.L. Brown), 2:04

1600 — Corson (A.L. Brown), 4:41.70

3200 — Grant Doby (Carson), 10:46

Girls

A.L. Brown’s girls scored 102 points and topped Carson (46) and Central (34)

4x800 — A.L. Brown (Katherine Breegemann, Samantha Petty, Langlie Simpson, Tyra Banks), 11:44.76

4x400 — A.L. Brown (Deshaun Irving, Jela Lewter, Jessika Stanback, Antionette Charles), 4:36

4x200 — A.L. Brown (Charles, Aziana Louis, Stanback, not listed), 1:52.70

4x100 — Central (Jada Wallace, Breanna Jones, Elanna Peay, Kayla Smith), 52.70

100 hurdles — Savannah Jordan (A.L. Brown), 17:10

300 hurdles — Lauren Trull (A.L. Brown), 58.00

High jump — Mariah Howard (A.L. Brown), 4-9

Triple jump — Aitana Grant (A.L. Brown), 33-0

Long jump — Grant (A.L. Brown), 15-6

Shot put — Bridgette Nathan (Central), 33-2

Discus — Sara Gunter (Carson), 85-10

100 — Wallace (Central), 12.90

200 — Wallace (Central), 27.20

400 — Lewter (A.L. Brown), 1:04.30

800 — Morgan Love (A.L. Brown), 2:57.40

1600 — Briana Landis (A.L. Brown), 6:06

3200 — Landis (A.L. Brown), 13:28.90


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