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Area Sports Briefs

From staff reports
A young West Davidson team fell behind early 22-0 and never recovered in a 50-26 loss to East Wilkes on Friday night.
James McCandies was the star for the Green Dragons in the opener, scoring on a 99-yard kickoff return and completing a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Cameron.
West also scored on a 51-yard run by T.C. Moore and a two-yard scoring run by Ozzie Moore.
West trailed at halftime 36-20.
n Intimidators win
The Kannapolis Intimidators blew the game open early on Friday night, beating the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 10-4, in the first ever meeting between the two clubs at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium.
Bowling Green, formerly the Columbus Catfish, took a short-lived and early lead, before the Intimidators pounced on starter Frank De Los Santos for seven runs. Drew Garcia and Brandon Short helped to power a five-run fourth inning to put Kannapolis in front for good.
Garcia gave the Intimidators their first lead of the game, driving a 0-2 pitch the other way for a bases-loaded two-out single to give Kannapolis a 4-2 advantage. Short followed with a three-run homer to bury the Hot Rods.

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