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From staff reports
West Iredell at East Rowan; North Rowan at East Montgomery and Central Cabarrus at A.L. Brown football games were postponed on Friday.
East Rowan will play at home on Monday at 6. North will be on the road at 7 on Monday.
A.L. Brown is making up its SPC contest with the Vikings tonight at 7 p.m.
n Local golf
In Womenís Golf Association play at the Country Club of Salisbury, Blanche Glover won low net with a 75.
She was followed by Jayne Hubbard (80) and Adrienne Oxendine (82).
n Fridayís final round of the Cabarrus Classic was canceled. Salisburyís Frank Adams III finished tied for eighth at 67-68 ó 135 and won $2,625 in the eGolf Tour event.
n Pfeiffer Hall fo Fame
Candace Phifer, James Fritz and the 1961 menís soccer team will be inducted into the Pfeiffer Hall of Fame on Friday.
The 1961 Falcons put up a 9-1-1 record under coach N.E. Lefko and beat South Carolina N.C. State and Appalachian State.
The lone loss was to UNC.
Phifer starred in womenís basketball and cross country. She scored 1,589 points and holds the school record with 979 rebounds.
She was team MVP and all-conference in cross country.
Fritz was Pfeifferís menís lacrosse coach for 12 seasons, won three conference titles and coached 22 All-Americans.
Fritz also coached womenís cross country four seasons.
n Middle school football
Knoxís 8th-graders beat West Rowan 12-6 on Wednesday
Knox returned fumbles for both scores, 20 yards in the first quarter and 50 yards on the final play of the game.
Knox (3-0) won the turnover battle 4-0.
West scored the only offensive TD when Kreshon Alexander completed a 50-yard pass to Juwan Houston.
Both defenses were outstanding with Amara Morris, Pedro Nichols, Jonathan Johnson, and Jalyn Cagle standing out for West (2-1).
Knoxís Jaylon Sanders was outstanding, rushing for more than 100 yards and scoring one of the defensive TDs.
West goes to Southeast Wednesday, while Knox is home against Corriher-Lipe.

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