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Area Sports Briefs: Intimidators lose close one

From staff and wire reports
KANNAPOLIS— Scott Blewett struck out 10 hitters over seven innings, and Sam Lewis was also effective on the mound, as the Lexington Legends shut down the Kannapolis Intimidators in a 3-2 win on Tuesday.
Lewis got Antonio Rodriguez to fly out with a runner on first to end the game for his first save of the season.
Blewett (5-8) picked up the win after he walked one while allowing two runs and four hits.
Lexington got on the board first in the third inning when Ben Johnson hit an RBI single and then scored on an error.
Jimmy Lambert (0-1) went three innings, allowing two runs and two hits while striking out five in the South Atlantic League game.

Local golf
Seventy GARS members played in foursomes at Rolling Hills on Monday.
Low ‘A’ Flight player was Gordon Correll with a net of 63.19.
Low ‘B’ Flight player was John Goodman with a net of 63.53.
Low ‘C’ Flight player was Andy Griffin with a net of 59.87.
Low ‘D’ Flight player was John Rader with a net of 68.73.
Closest to the pin on No. 10 hole was Ernest Wagner.
Five members shot their ages or better — Buddy Barger, Bill Saunders, Dick Hatoway, O.J. Chandler and J.C. Ritchie.
Corbin Hills
The Corbin Hills Women’s Golf Association winners for Tuesday were:
1st Flight
1st Place — Kristi Laton
2nd Place — Beth Calhoun
3rd Place— Susan Morris
2nd Flight
1st Place— Faye Cline
2nd Place — Mary Seaford
3rd Place— Eileen Full
3rd Flight
1st Place— Carolyn Ries
2nd Place — Monica Green
3rd Place — Tammi Drew

College golf
East Carolina women’s golf coach Kevin Williams has announced the addition of Carley Cox to the program Wednesday afternoon.
Cox is a China Grove native who played in high school at Concord First Assembly and played as a college freshman at James Madison. She had a 79.84 season stroke average, with a career best of 72.
Cox joins the incoming freshmen trio of Dorthea Forbrigd, Siranon Shoomee and Salisbury’s Grace Yatawara.
“We are very fortunate to add Carley to our team for the upcoming season” Williams said. “The experience she gained playing in nine tournaments for James Madison University this past year will be valuable to Carley’s continued development. She has not been playing competitively very long, but she has been very active in summer tournaments the last three years to get her game ready for collegiate golf. Her athleticism, club head speed and competitive spirit will be a big asset for our team.”

West football seats
West Rowan High School reserved seating renewals for the 2016 season will be available through Aug. 1 for any Falcon fan who purchased reserved seating last year.
Any seat not renewed (with full payment) by Aug. 1 will forfeit their seat.
Contact AD Todd Bell @ Todd.Bell@rss.k12.nc.us

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