From staff reports: Hargrave signs rookie contract
Published 12:49 am Saturday, June 11, 2016
From staff reports
Former North Rowan standout Javon Hargrave, a third-round pick, signed his rookie contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Friday.
The maximum value of his four-year contract is estimated to be $3,033,256, with a signing bonus estimated at $693,256.
The Steelers have signed their entire draft class. Hargrave is expected to get playing time right away.
East Rowan rising senior John Owen, West Rowan rising senior Austin Love, a UNC commit, and Carson rising junior Owen White have been selected to compete in the Powerade State Games.
All three will play for the baseball team representing Region 6, a nine-county area that includes Rowan, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Union and Stanly.
Hickory Ridge’s Jake Whitcomb also was named to the team.
This will be the 30th year for the State Games. Twenty players are chosen from each region.
The games will be played at the USA Baseball Training Academy in Cary on June 15-19.
The Kannapolis Intimidators lost, 2-1, in 10 innings to Hickory on Friday in Kannapolis.
Kannapolis (23-38) mustered only two hits against three Crawdads pitchers.
Zach Thompson turned in another quality start for the Intimidators, working seven innings, striking out seven, walking two and allowing just three hits.
The series continues tonight at 7:05 p.m.
Former Intimidator Tim Anderson was called up by the Chicago White Sox on Friday and immediately installed at shortstop.
Anderson played for the Intimidators in 2013 as a 20-year-old. He hit .277 that season with 24 stolen bases in 68 games.
He replaces Jimmy Rollins, who also played minor league ball in Kannapolis.
Carson Bost pitched the Kannapolis Cardinals to a 2-1 win against West Rowan on Friday.
In a 5-1 win against Mocksville on Thursday, Kannapolis got a homer from Cody Smith and four hits from Cal Hubbard.
Rowan County’s Legion team is off again tonight.
Rowan (9-3) will play High Point on Sunday at Finch Field in a 6 p.m. game and will return to Newman Park on Monday to take on Greensboro at 7 p.m.
Corbin Hills Senior Golf Association tournament winners:
First Flight: Don Bishop 71. Second Flight: Grey Medinger 78. Third Flight: Barry Medinger 82. Super Senior: Lou Manning 79.
Marvin Tadlock made a hole-in-one at Corbin Hills
Tadlock aced the 176-yard No. 5 hole with a 6-iron.
Witnessing the shot was Troy Fields.