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Area sports briefs:Rowan romps

From staff reports
The Rowan County Junior Legion baseball team rolled 11-0 at West Iredell on Tuesday.
Connor Johnson pitched a one-hit shutout.
Michael Pinkston went 3-for-3 with three RBIs, while Hunter Brooks went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and three runs scored.
Rowan plays at Lake Norman today and is at Newman Park at 7 on Thursday against Cornelius.
Local golf
On Monday, Nick Lyerly finished second in a National Junior Golf event at Old Sycamore Golf Club in Charlotte. He shot a 76 in the 12-13 age division.
Lyerly won the 13-14 division of a U.S. Kids golf event held at the Country Club of Salisbury. He shot even-par 71 and won by 12 strokes.
Charlie Barr won the 9-under age division in the US Kids event. He shot 38 for nine holes to win by one stroke.
Luke Graeber finished sixth in the 9-under division with a 57.
Seventy-four GARS members played in foursomes at Crescent on Monday.
Low ‘A’ Flight player with a net of 67.02 was David Schenk.
Low ‘B’ Flight player with a net of 66.40 was Tony LaBarbera. Low ‘C’ Flight player with a net of 65.98 was Norman Schenk. Low ‘D’ Flight player with a net of 60.97 was Andy Griffin.
Kannapolis’ Rick Lewallen was an alternate in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Senior Open on Tuesday at Forest Oaks in Greensboro. Lewallen shot 70. The two automatic qualifiers shot 68s.
The Corbin Hills Women’s Golf Association hosted its annual CVL event on Tuesday with seven clubs participating.
Low gross winner for the First Flight was Beth Calhoun. Next were Phyllis Durland and Susan Morris. Low net winner was Faye Cline. She was followed by Joann Massey and Nancy Albright.
Treva Honeycutt won low gross for the Second Flight. Next were Ruth Bowles and Gail Capone. Low net for the Second Flight was won by Patsy Dellinger. She was followed by Patti Walker and Bev Cobb.
Lucy Ravich won low gross for the Third Flight. Next were Lynda Sholar and Judy Ellington. Low net winner was Linda Dellinger. She was followed by Cindy Carmazzi and Eileen Full.
Virginia Champ won low gross for the Fourth Flight, with LaDonna Spurlin and Shirley Baucom next. Heidi Reel won low net for the flight, with Alberta Scoggins and Cindy Deramo.
Tina Ouellette won low gross for the Fifth Flight. Next were Carol Cain and Marie Little. Low net for the flight was won by Dot Henderson. Next were Sue Sturpe and Joy Maughmer.
Wells Fargo
Final results for the Wells Fargo, symbolic of overall athletic excellence, are in for this school year.
Bishop McGuinness and School of Science & Math tied for the 1A title. North Rowan finished eighth. Gray Stone tied for 13th.
Carrboro won the 2A title, with Shelby second. Salisbury placed fourth. West Davidson was 14th.
In 3A, Cardinal Gibbons won the championship, with Marvin Ridge second.
Green Hope won the 4A Cup.
Football seating
The West Rowan Athletic Boosters are accepting renewal requests for reserved seating for the upcoming football season.
The deadline to reserve your seats from last year will be Friday, July 20. After that date, any seats not renewed will be open to the public for purchase. Call Jim Haire at 704-202-5682 after 6:30 p.m. on weeknights or any time on weekends or email jimhaire4@gmail.com.
All-Star Game
Kannapolis’ Kevan Smith and Mark Haddow knocked in runs to help the Northern Division beat the Southern 3-2 in Tuesday’s South Atlantic League All-Star Game.
SAC awards
Mars Hill running back Jonas Randolph and Lenoir-Rhyne cross country’s Kate Griewisch were named SAC athletes of the year.
Carson girls basketball camps
The Carson girls basketball program will be hosting two camps in July. The elementary school girls camp for rising kindergarten through fifth- graders will be held July 5-7 from 9 until noon. Cost is $40.
The middle school girls camp for rising 6th-8th graders will be held July 11-14 from 4:30-7:30. Cost is $50.
Each camper will receive a T-shirt and will be covered by camp insurance. Contact Brooke Misenheimer at 704-855-5034 to register.
Parks & Rec volleyball
Salisbury Parks & Recreation will host a volleyball camp on June 25-27 from 9-1 for ages 8-14 and an All-Star Basketball Camp July 2-6 (no camp on July 4) from 9-12 for ages 7-14.
Volleyball camp will be conducted by Leslie Messisco and basketball camp by Paul Blaire. Cost of each camp is $40. Call 704-638-5289 or email lbric@salisburync.gov.
Livingstone tennis camps
The Top Spinz Academy Boys & Girls Tennis Camp sponsored by Livingstone’s tennis program will be held Aug. 1-5 at Livingstone.
Sessions are from 8-noon and 5-8 p.m. Camp tournament on the last day. Cost for all 10 sessions is $100. Deadline for registration is July 20. Call 704-798-1318 for information or email mitchellben1906@yahoo.com.

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