Area Sports Briefs: Shuping, Sprinkle win McCanless 4-Ball
From staff reports
Cousins Logan Shuping and Bryson Sprinkle teamed up to win the Championship Flight of the 53rd annual Grady B. McCanless 4-Ball championship on Sunday.
Sprinkle is a student at East Rowan. Shuping was his teammate on 3A state runner-up East teams and was a freshman this year at East Carolina.
Spinkle and Shuping topped Tyler Mulkey and Ryan Honeycutt in the final, 4 and 3.
Honeycutt made his fourth career hole-in-one on the 228-yard No. 6 hole during the championship match.
He used a 3-Hybrid to record the ace. Mulkey, Shuping, Sprinkle and a gallery of about 30 witnessed the shot.
Mi. Dorsett / K. Dorsett def. Michael Swaringen / C. Williams 2 -Up
J. Barnette / J. Lefler def. B. Swaringen / Ma. Swaringen 5 & 4
De. Lipe / D. Davis def. G. Benfield / S. Benfield 1 – Up
J. Wyatt / R. Davis def. J. Holshouser / A. Barefoot 5 & 4
B. Howell / K. Burgess def. C. Watson / J. Barnette 5 & 4
J. Wright / K. Thompson def. C. Jensen / G. Gardner 2 & 1
R. Kaiser / J. Hunt def. S. Stegall / B. Sutton 2 & 1
T. Mulkey / B. Mulkey def. T. Ledbetter / W. Bradley 4 & 3
J. Hough / W. Rogers def. J. Durham / A. Horton 1-Up
S. Houston/S. Miller def. D. May / C. Bolick 3 & 2
A. Post/S. Post def. B. Miller / M. Miller 2-Up
B.Duncan/R. Jordan def. C. Roberts/R. Chandler 5 &4
D. Huneycutt / K. Huneycutt def. R. Sweet / J. Nixon 4 & 3
Rowan County was rained out on Sunday.
Rowan is scheduled to host Kernersville tonight at 7 p.m. in a non-division game.
The Kannapolis Intimidators were rained out on Sunday.
They are off today and start a series at Lakewood on Tuesday.
Rowan Express athletes competed in the Ken Roberts Track Challege in Guilford County.
Brenden Ellis, shot put, 1st place, 19 feet, 5 inches; mini javelin, 2nd, 46-10
• Bralin Ellis, shot put, 3rd, 16-10.5; mini javelin, 9th, 28-10
Brittany Ellis, shot put, 1st place, 25-10.5; 80 meter hurdles, 8th, 19.98 seconds
• Bryslynn Goodlett, hsot put, 4th, 23-3, discus, 3rd, 43-0
Breasia Ellis, shot put, 4th place, 27-9; discus, 3rd, 62-1
Zion Delaney, 200 meters, 24th, 28.01; 200 meter hurdles, 13th, 33.22; 1500 meters, 5th, 11:32
• Braquan Ellis, shot put, 7th, 25-8; discus, 7th, 52-10.5
• Christian Morgan, 100 hurdles, 3rd, 16.17; 200 meter hurdles, 3rd, 28.72; 200 meters, 9th, 25.63
The Hurley YMCA and Salisbury Parks and Recreation are offering a summer basketball league.
Games are June 12-Aug. 19. Boys and girls. Ages 5-16. $15 per child.
Register at www.SalisburyNC.gov/play or call 704-216-2709.
A.L. Brown golf coach Jim Newell and A.L. Brown tennis coach Jamie Bruckmann were named MECKA coaches of the year.
A.L. Brown sophomore Joshua Parks was named MECKA Male Athlete of the Year for boys track.
Parks and Rec
Baseball Camp June 12-15 at Salisbury High baseball field. For ages 8-14. Cost is $30.
Instructors: Salisbury High head coach Mike Herndon and SHS baseball team.
Participants need to bring their own baseball gear and water. Scholarships are available.
Days: Monday-Thursday, 9 until noon. Salisbury High Baseball Field / Fee: $30 / Age: 8-14
Fast-Pitch Softball Camp for ages 8-14 on June 12-15 at Salisbury Community Park. Cost is $30.
Instructor: Ericka Nesbitt – former East Rowan High and Campbell University star, West Rowan assistant coach.
This camp will include pitching, hitting, fielding and base running. Campers will participate in skill development sessions and live game situations.
Participants will need to bring their own softball gear and water. Scholarships available.
Register at www.salisburync.gov/play or call 704-216-2709 or 704-216-2709 for information.