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No-hitter for Lowry

Thad Lowry tossed the first individual no-hitter for Kannapolis in more than a decade as the Intimidators beat the West Virginia Power, 3-0 in a rain-shortened game on Tuesday at Appalachian Power Park.
Lowry, the White Sox fifth round pick in the June 2013 First-Year Player Draft, earned his first win of the season while Kannapolis (27-30) won its fifth game in its last six contests.
Lowry (1-3) struck out five batters and walked two in five innings of work before the tarp was rolled onto the field prior to the start of the sixth inning.
The Intimidators will play for a series sweep on Wednesday at 7:05 p.m. as Jordan Guerrero makes his first start of the season for Kannapolis.
• The Kannapolis Intimidators will be represented in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game on June 17 by pitcher Jake Sanchez, Sanchez is 5-3 with a 3.00 ERA.
All-region 3A soccer players for District 7 include East Rowan’s Kennedy Lambert, West Rowan’s Mariah Coleman, Carson’s Sarah Safrit, Katie Nichols and Cassie Howard.
All-region 2A soccer players from Salisbury are Susannah Dixon, Kate Grant, Emma Labovitz and Ceci Cardelle.

Fifty-three GARS members played a Captain’s Choice at Corbin Hills.
The first-place team at minus-11 was Bobby Bryant, Dwight Floyd, Ross Howard and Ernest Wagner.
Tying for second at minus-10 was the team of John Cress, Jan Kichefski, Frank Rowell and Mick Rowell.
That group tied with the team of Harold Caudill, Windsor Eagle, Dick Hatoway and Lou Manning.
• In Corbin Hills women’s play, Phyllis Durland won low gross in the First Flight. with Mary Seaford second. Beth Calhoun won low net, with Susan Morris second.
In the Second Flight, Faye Cline won low gross, with Ruth Bowles second.
Eileen Full won low net, with Joan Havill second.
In the Third Flight, Monica Green won low gross, while Louise Collins was second. Joy Maughmer won low net, with Carolyn Reis second. Becky Isenhour won low putts. Tony Iossi was second.
The Kannapolis Reds won 3-2 against the Mooresville Legends on Monday.
Brown pitched a complete game for the win. Tyler Hendley had a double and scored two runs. Drew Miller pitched well for the Legends and Jacob Matlock doubled.
• West Rowan defeated Davidson County 12-11 Tuesday at Holt-Moffitt Field in Lexington. Brandon Walton was the winning pitcher. Sawyer Strickland had four hits, Kasey Otto had three hits and two RBIs. Hunter Bernhardt had two hits and three RBIs. Lee Poteat had a double and two RBIs. Bernhardt also doubled. West plays Friday against Montgomery County in Troy.
South Rowan will hold a baseball camp on June 16-19 from 9-1 daily.
The camp is for rising first-eighth-graders.
The cost is $80. Call coach Thad Chrismon at 704-640-8704 to pre-register.

Basketball camp
Former West Rowan star Donte Minter, who played at Virginia, Appalachian State and professionally in Europe, is holding his second annual pro skill development basketball camp at Hall Gym on July 14-17.

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