Broome sweeps golf honors

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Charlie Broome made a hole-in-one at Corbin Hills on Tuesday.
Broome used a 7-iron from the gold tees on the 110-yard No. 13 hole.
Witnessing the shot were playing partners Larry Hampton, Jerry Alleman, Jerry Phillips and Tommy Hammett.
Sixty-seven GARS members played in foursomes at Warrior earlier this week.
Low ‘A’ Flight player with a net of 63.10 was Donald Martin. Low ‘B’ Flight player with a net of 61.73 was David Scearce. Low ‘S’ Flight player with a net of 55.63 was Bobby Bryant. Low ‘D’ Flight player with a net of 61`.62 was Ralph Luther.
Clayton Steele shot 5 under his age.
East Rowan coach Brian Hightower announced that pitcher Chase Jarrett, who won three games for the Mustangs as a junior, has committed to Brunswick Community College.
• Davie softball standouts Abby Daniels (Western Carolina) and Morgan Hendrix (Wingate) have officially signed.
Southeast topped Corriher-Lipe 69-26. See Scoreboard.

Robinson topped Northwest Cabarrus 77-49 in a boys basketball opener on Tuesday.
Jordan McKenzie, son of former East Rowan coach Greg McKenzie, scored 20 points for the Bulldogs.
Alston Davis had 15 for the Trojans.
• In boys games on Tuesday, Cox Mill won 67-61 against Charlotte Christian and West Charlotte topped Butler 93-87.
• In girls games on Tuesday, Robinson beat Northwest 42-34; West Charlotte beat Butler 68-50, and Weddington topped Central Cabarrus 82-40.
Rockwell’s varsity boys won 33-29 at home against Bailey Grove of Asheboro.
Nathan Hoehman led the Chargers with 12 points, while Micah Eagle scored seven.
Rockwell hosts Calvary of King at 6:30 p.m. on Friday.
Catawba golf coach Sam Gealy announced the signing of three athletes — Alexis Kershaw (Ledford), Annika Winebarger (Elkin) and Victoria Hedrick (Central Davidson).
Kershaw helped Ledford to three straight 3A titles.
Winebarger was individual champion at the recent 2A state tournament.
Hedrick tied for 10th in this year’s 3A state tournament.
Pfeiffer’s women won 69-66 in overtime against Johnson C. Smith at Merner Gym on Tuesday.
The Falcons (1-3) got 25 points from Alexis Stallard and 19 points and 11 rebounds from Carter Williams.
Amy Steller (Davie) scored seven points for Pfeiffer, all from the foul line.
Micah Johnson, a Chicago White Sox prospect who played for the Kannapolis Intimidators most of the season was named to the Topps Class A All-Star team.
Johnson, 23, led the minors with 83 steals, 61 in Kannapolis.
This past weekend The Hurley YMCA Warriors competed in the North Carolina USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Cross Country National Qualifier @ Hagan Stone Park in Pleasant Garden, NC.

Top 15 received medals and below are the complete results of the Warriors.

The Warriors will be competing in the Footlocker South Regional Cross Country Championships at McAlpine Park in Charlotte, NC on November 30th.

The following Warriors have qualified to go to the USATF Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in San Antonio, TX on December 14th: Eli Julian, Abigail Calvert, Emma Calvert, Noah Julian, Parker Westbrook, Matthew Burroughs, Julianna Evans and Dagan Williams.

2K Boys 8&under

1st: Eli Julian: 8:09.48

2K Girls 8&under

8th: Abigail Calvert: 10:26.09

3K Girls 9-10 year olds

5th: Emma Calvert: 13:46.24

18th: Karrigan Foster: 16:41.38

3K Boys 9-10 year olds

10th: Noah Julian: 12:58.38

11th: Parker Westbrook: 13:09.51
12th: Matthew Burroughs: 13:09.88

21st: Nate Shaffer: 15:02.09

3K Girls: 11-12 year olds

25th: Leah Cressler: 13:51.63

32nd: Aubree Cain: 14:14.71

40th: Jordan Watts: 16:02.98

41st: Lauren Dorman: 16:03.57

3K Boys: 11-12 year olds

30th: Nolan Miller: 13:20.35

39th: Jace Peeler: 15:39.11

41st: Jaxon Evans: 15:58.96

4K Girls: 13-14 year olds

24th: Bess Bryan: 17:47.41

4K Boys: 13-14 year olds

16th: Cade Harrill: 15:06.72
21st: Andrew Burgess: 15:37.35

23rd: Jonah Evans: 15:50.19

36th: Carter Roane: 18:49.56

5K Girls: 15-16 year olds

12th: Julianna Evans: 27:54.84

5K Boys: 15-16 year olds

15th: Dagan Williams: 19:47.75

16th: Cameron Butler: 20:12.75