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Area Sports Briefs

From staff reports
Mooresville remained in first place in the Southern Division with a 10-3 victory over Kannapolis on Saturday night.
Scottie Williams threw a complete game, scattering seven hits and striking out eight. Sam Allen led the Moors with a home run and two doubles. Garrett Braun had three hits. Nathan Abraham, Aaron Meadows and West Rowan’s Brantley Horton all had two hits apiece.
n Former West Rowan player Justin Kidd had another big night for Mocksville. He had two hits and four RBIs in a 12-9 loss to Concord. Kidd has 21 hits in his last 40 at-bats.
n SAL Hall of Fame
Players Buddy Bell, Vince Coleman and Matt Winters, umpire Johnnie McKenzie Shives and executive Bing Devine will be inducted into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame at ceremonies in Greensboro on June 17.
n Catawba volleyball
Catawba volleyball coach Ginger Hamric announced the signing of Megan Courson, Taylor Doss, Shay Meeks and Erin O’Reilly.
Courson, a 5-foot-8 setter, started three years at West Iredell, served as captain and was named all-conference.
Doss, a 6-0 middle blocker, was a four-year starter at Starmount. She was a three-time all-conference selection and was twice named the tournament MVP.
Meeks, a 5-8 hitter, played at Kings Mountain. She was a three-time all-conference selection and two-time conference player of the year.
O’Reilly, a 6-1 middle/outside hitter, was a four-year starter at West Carteret in Morehead City. She was named all-conference as a senior.
n Coastal Plain League
Blake Ketner (Catawba) saved Thomasville’s 3-1 win against Asheboro with two scoreless innings. Daniel Wagner (South Rowan) had two of Asheboro’s six hits.
n Minor leagues
Beloit’s Spencer Steedley (East Rowan) struck out the only hitter he faced an earned his seventh save in the Snappers’ 8-4 victory over Kane County on Friday.
n Intimidators winLevi Maxwell pitched seven strong innings to lead the Kannapolis Intimidators to a 5-2 victory over Greensboro on Saturday.
Leroy Hunt pitched the ninth for the save. Logan Johnson had four RBIs for the Intimidators. Jim Gallagher went 2-for-4 to extend his hit streak to seven games.
n Scooter Sherrill camp
The inaugural Scooter Sherrill basketball skills camp will be held July 21-24 at Carson High School.
The camp is for boys and girls who will be in grades 6-12 next school year.
The cost is $95 and includes a camp T-shirt.
Contact Scooter Sherrill at (919) 413-1050 or Brian Perry at (704) 855-5039.
n West baseball camps
West Rowan summer baseball camps are upcoming.
On June 17-20 (Tuesday-Friday), a camp will be held for ages 7-9.
On June 23-27 (Monday-Friday), a camp will be held for ages 9-12.
On July 14-18 (Monday-Friday), a camp will be held for ages 12-14.
Those three camps are limited to 12 participants.
A pitchers camp for ages 9-14, with a maximum of 15 participants, will be held on July 21-25.
On July 28-Aug. 1, a defense camp will be held for ages 9-14, with a maximum of 15 participants.
Camps are $110, except the camp for ages 7-9, which is $100.
Camps run from 9-3 Monday-Thursday and 9-noon on Friday, except the ages 7-9 camp, which runs 9-3 all four days.
Contact West varsity coach David Wright at (704) 278-9233 or e-mail wrightdc@rss.k12.nc.us.
n Myers golf event
The 14th annual Adam Myers Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at McCanless on June 14 at 9 a.m.
Godstock and Thrivent Financial put on the tournament to keep alive the memory of Adam Myers, who died at age 2 of leukemia at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem.
Proceeds pay for items for children who are cancer patients at Baptist Hospital.
Entry fee is $40 per person or $160 per team.
Individual and corporate sponsorships are available.
Contact John Bouk at (704) 857-7011.

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