Argrett giving back

Published 12:00 am Monday, August 18, 2014

Damien Argrett (South Rowan), co-founder of Best of Both Worlds Basketball Training, recently held his 4th Annual Summer Jam Basketball Clinic in Mooresville at Benchwarmers Sports Complex.
Argrett had players once again donate school supplies as part of the fee for camp, and they did a tremendous job of doing so.
The players not only learned skills to help them on their journey to becoming better basketball players, they learned life skills by understanding the importance of giving back to others as well.
Argrett gave away some of the supplies to a few kids in the area that he knew needed them, but more supplies are still available at Benchwarmers Sports Complex for kids that need them on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Argrett at 704-495-9565.

The 7th annual Rowan Junior Open will be held at The Club at Irish Creek (today) and Warrior (Tuesday).
Entries were open to male and female amateur golfers who haven’t turned 19.
The format is stroke play.
Age groups are boys 8-10, 11-13, 14-15, 16-18 and girls 8-10, 11-13, 14-18.
The Kannapolis Intimidators have promoted pitcher Tyler Barnette to Triple-A Charlotte. Barnette, who pitched in college at UNC Charlotte, is 2-8 with a 5.08 ERA in 25 games with Kannapolis.
The White Sox selected Barnette, 22, in the 14th round of the 2013 draft.
The Intimidators return to CMC-NorthEast Stadium on Tuesday for a three-game series against Asheville.
• On Sunday, the Kannapolis Intimidators lost 14-2 to Greensboro. Greensboro scored six runs in the second inning and pounded out 17 hits.
Jacob Morris hit his eighth homer for Kannapolis.

MyQuon Stout (Carson) had two sacks in Appalachian State’s scrimmage on Saturday.
• Western Carolina senior Shaun Warren (Carson) enters the season with 10 career rushing TDs. He’s rushed for 776 yards.
Catawba’s football team followed up a Friday night practice with a morning practice on Saturday. The team continues to work towards a first full scrimmage on Wednesday.
• Catawba continues to work toward its first full scrimmage on Wednesday.