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Area sports briefs

From staff reports
The Kannapolis American Legion team beat the Mooresville Moors 6-5 for their first win of the season on Sunday.
Davidson-bound lefty Rob Bain pitched eight innings for Kannapolis and got relief help from Michael Church in the ninth.
Will Miller, Dylan May, Taylor West and Zach Jones had two hits apiece for the Wojans.
Jesse Seaford and Sam Marshall had two hits each for the Moors, who suffered their first league loss. Keith Little pitched six strong innings for Mooresville.
n Local golf
Eric Mulkey and Thad Sprinkle won the championship flight of the 47th annual Grady B. McCanless 4-Ball Championship on Sunday.
See Tuesdayís Scoreboard for full tournament results.
n Pro baseball
Miguel Gonzalez and Brady Shoemaker hit homers to lead the Kannapolis Intimidators to a 16-4 win against the Rome Braves on Sunday.
Shoemaker, Ross Wilson and Juan Silverio had three hits apiece.
n When Bryce Harper was injured on Sunday when he was hit by a pitch, Wade Moore (West Rowan, Catawba) entered the game for Hagerstown and delivered a run-scoring triple in a 6-5 win against Greensboro. It was Mooreís second triple of the season.
n Daniel Wagner (South Rowan) was 1-for-3 in Winston-Salemís 6-4 win against Kinston on Sunday.
n Kyle Seager (NW Cabarrus) had two hits for Jackson on Sunday to lift his batting average to .316.
n Salisbury boosters
All Salisbury High parents are invited to an Athletic Booster Club meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
The Booster Club thanks the community for its support for 29 teams, which brought home four state championships to Rowan County.
Call the school office at 704-636-1221 for information on advertising in the 2011 football program before July 31.
n Parks and Recreation softball
The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department is accepting teams for its adult womenís and coed softball leagues.
Teams that might be interested can contact Steve Clark at 704-638-5289 or sclar@salisburync.gov for further information on league fees and the season.

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