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Salisburyís Logan Shuping shot 84 in qualifying for the North Carolina 13U Boys Championship held in Asheboro, then won the First Flight in match play.
Shuping won easily (12 holes) against Raleighís Noel Hogan in the first round, topped Waxhawís Chase Cochrane 3 and 2 in a semifinal and beat Greensboroís Kevin Sowinski 1-up in the final.
n Alex Nianouris, a rising senior at Salisbury, was medalist in the Old North State Junior Golf Tournament played at Uwharrie Point on Monday.
Nianouris shot 2-under 70.
Also in the field from Salisbury were Alex Austin (76), Joey Rusher (79) and Alex Lee (82).
n A Captainís Choice golf tournament played Tuesday by the Corbin Hills Women’s Golf Association was won by the team of Norma Burgess, Sharon Deal, Eileen Full and Mary Seaford.
The second-place team was Shirley Baucom, Ruth Bowles and Joy Maughmer.
n Eight-four GARS members played at Warrior on Monday.
Low ëAí flight winner was Mick Rowell with a net of 58.41.
Low ëBí flight winner with a net of 59.96 was Paul Dombrowski.
Winning ëCí flight with a net of 59.25 was Bert Bollinger.
Low ëDí flight winner with a net of 56.96 was Gerald Osborne.
Bollinger shot three shots under his age, while Jack Swicegood beat his age by two shots.
n Prep soccer
The East-West womenís all-star game at UNC Greensboro ended in a 1-1 tie on Tuesday.
Margo Flewelling (Chapel Hill) scored early for the East.
Julia Singley (Patton), a Davidson signee, scored the equalizer on a breakaway for the West in the 51st minute. UNC Wilmington signee Sabrina Summers (St. Stephens) set up Singleyís goal with a steal and was named MVP.
n The East-West menís all-star game in Greensboro ended in a 2-2 deadlock on Tuesday night.
David Reittinger (NW Guilford) and Brayan Aguirre (Hendersonville) scored for a 2-0 West lead, but the East stormed back with goals by Matthew McDougall (Richlands) and Andrew Morales (Rocky Mount).
n Prep football
The 20th edition of the North Carolina Prep Football News is now on sale with a cover price of $11.
Books are available at Daleís Sporting Goods in downtown China Grove and Phidippides in the Carolina Mall.
Included are previews on all the N.C. prep teams, predictions on conference races, All-State teams and many other features.
Salisbury linebacker Kavari Hillie was named to the preseason 2A All-State team, while West Rowan linebacker Logan Stoodley, West running back Dinkin Miller and Northwest Cabarrus kicker Bradley Pinion were named to the preseason 3A All-State unit.
n Reserve seating for East Rowan football is now on sale. Tickets can be purchased at the main office from 8:30-3. Call 704-279-5232 for info.
n Junior Legion
West Johnston won the Junior Legion state championship in Hickory on Tuesday by beating South Caldwell 1-0.
n Minor leagues
Whit Merrifield (Davie) had three hits for Wilmington in a 6-4, 14-inning loss to Myrtle Beach on Tuesday.
n Daniel Wagner (South Rowan) went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Winston-Salem in Tuesdayís 11-6 win against Kinston. Former Kannapolis Intimidator Ian Gac belted his 25th and 26th homers for the Dash.
n Danvilleís Ryan Query (A.L. Brown, Catawba) had two hits, including a double, in a 10-2 rout of Pulaski on Tuesday in the Appy League.
n Wood bat leagues
Austin Moyer (Catawba) allowed one run and four hits in six innings and fanned five in Thomasvilleís 3-1 win against Martinsville in the Coastal Plain League on Tuesday.
n Youth baseball
The Rowan Rattlers recently had a runner-up finish in the East Coast Nationals Select 9U tournament held in Charlotte.
Players included Cade Sells, Carsen Bailey, Ray Beaver, Peyton Rohletter, Jake Davis, Zachary Martlock, Bryson Coleman, Luke Koppe, Trace Beaver and Zeb Burns.
The bat boy is Owen Martlock. Coaches are Mark Davis, Brian Bailey, Tim Burns and TJ Martlock.
n Spencer Little League is hosting its annual invitational baseball tournament the week of July 26.
The tournament is looking for minor league teams (ages 8-10) and major league teams (ages 11-12) to participate.
Entry fee is $100 per team.
Contact Chris Mako at 704-239-7197 or Dwayne Lawson at 704-202-8405 for more details.
n Parks and Rec
Salisbury Parks and Recreationís volleyball camp at Hall Gym is set for July 25-29 from 9-1 daily.
The instructor is Desi Pampuch. Cost is $40.
n Salisbury Parks and Recreationís wrestling camp is July 25-28 from 9-noon daily.
The Rowan County Youth Wrestling Association will provide the instruction. Cost is $40.
Contact Lakai Brice or Steve Clark for info at 704-638-5289.

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