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Area sports briefs: Seager 19th in prospect lineup

Staff reports
Kannapolis infielder Corey Seager is ranked 19th in Baseball America’s list of prospects for the June draft, which indicates he’s very likely to be selected on the first round.
Seager recently finished his high school career at Northwest Cabarrus and has signed with South Carolina.
Rowan County still plans to play its opener at Lexington on Friday. Sandy Moore will handle coaching duties.
•Tuesday’s Kannapolis/Concord game was postponed due to rain. No makeup date has been announced.
Prep baseball
East Rutherford defeated East Davidson 4-3 in five innings in the fourth round of the state 2A playoffs. East Rutherford moves on to play Randleman in the western final.
College lacrosse
Pfeiffer’s Anthony Lamarca was named to the United States Intercollegiate Coaching Association Division II All-America second team.
Catawba’s Drew Stoltz and Thomas Cullop were Honorable Mention.
College baseball
Appalachian State’s Ryan Arrowood was named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year by the SoCon Sports Media Association.
YMCA sports
Hurley YMCA registration for T-ball (ages 4-6), Coaches pitch (ages 7-9) and T-ball clinic (ages 4-6) are running until June 2.
If you are interested in coaching or any other information, contact Phil Hilliard at 704-636-0111.
West physicals
West Rowan High physicals are $10 and will be given on May 24 in the gym from 6-8 p.m.
Basketball camps
Falcon Basketball Camp for boys who will be grades 2-8 will be held at West Rowan High from 9 to noon daily from July 23-26.
The cost is $50 for four days of fun and instruction from coach Mike Gurley and West players. There will be daily skill development, prizes and games.
Campers receive a Falcon T-shirt.
Contact Gurley at 704-798-2074 for information.
• Carson basketball camp is for rising 2nd-6th grade boys and girls and will be held July 9-12. The cost is $60.
Carson Little Dribblers Camp for 4-year-old boys and girls through rising first-graders will be held July 16-18 from 9-11 a.m. The cost is $30.
Contact coach Brian Perry at 704-855-5039.
• Carson girls elementary basketball camp will run July 23-25 from 8 a.m. until noon and is open to rising kindergarten girls through 5th-graders.
Camp for middle school girls will be held on the same dates, with camp being held from 3:30-7:30 daily.
The cost is $50. Camp T-shirts and camper insurance will be provided. Contact Brooke Misenheimer at 704-855-5034.
• Catawba basketball camps for boys and girls will be held this summer in Salisbury, Concord, Charlotte and Myrtle Beach
Camps are for ages 5-15.
See www.e-timeout.com for information.
Youth basketball
The Salisbury Stingz girls finished second in the YBOA Division II state championship.
The Stingz defeated the Maiden Sparks 42-17 and the Lady Royals 26-24 in pool play. In bracket play, the Stingz defeated Hoop City Elite 39-23 and the Lady Royals 37-12 in the semfinals. The Lake Norman Magic topped the Stingz in the championship 36-22.
Leading the offense for the Stingz were Payton Russell, Zynoria Winford and Sydney Taylor.
Local golf
Mary Seaford and Kristi Laton won the 31st annual Edgar Welch Memorial Golf Tournament with a net score of 120.
The two-day tournament was played at Corbin Hills Golf Club and The Country Club of Salisbury. Sharon Miller/Yvonne Barger (124) were second and Joan Harris/Jo Shaw (130) were third.
Low gross was won by Faye Cline and Phyllis Durland with a 159. Susan Morris/Mechelle Kuld were runner up with 162.
• The Corbin Hills Ladies played in a low gross low net event Monday. Low gross winner was Phyllis Durland followed by Susan Morris and Kristi Laton. Low net winner was Eileen Full followed by Carolynn Reis and Karla Swanson. Low putts was won by Linda Millward.
• Eighty-two GARS members played an ABCD tournament at Crescent.
‘A’ flight winner was Dale Cobb with a net of 67.75.
‘B’ flight winner with a net of 67.54 was Paul Dombrowski.
Low ‘C’ flight player was Rich Carcella with a net of 66.36.
Low ‘D’ flight player was Harold Hattoway with a net of 68.57.
Middle schools
Southeast’s boys soccer team completed an undefeated season in a 4-0 win against China Grove Tuesday.
Ricky Maldonado, Brandon Flores, Raunel Vasquez and Carlos Gonzalez all scored goals.
The girls game was rained out and will begin Wednesday.
Intimidators
The Kannapolis Intimidators held off a potent rally from the Hickory Crawdads to win 7-6 Tuesday night at CMC—Northeast Stadium in Game 1 of a doubleheader. Hickory came back to win Game 2 4-2.
• The Winston-Salem Dash fell to Salem 3-1 Tuesday night. South Rowan grad Daniel Wagner had a hit and a sacrifice.
DCCC Storm
The Davidson County Community College basketball team signed Jordan Blackwell of Asheboro and Western Guilford post man Jeff Mosley.
Mosley averaged 15.6 points and 9.5 rebounds a game for Western. Blackwell averaged 16.2 points a game for Asheboro.

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