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Area Sports Briefs: Intimidators sweep

From staff reports

Brandon Dulin smacked  three homers and led Kannapolis to a doubleheader sweep of first-place Hagerstown on  Wednesday at Intimidators Stadium.

Kannapolis (35-28) won 4-1 and 10-1 and  is in second place, one game behind Hagerstown. The teams play another doubleheader today.

Dulin has 10 homers on the season.

Kelvis Valerio tossed five scoreless innings in the nightcap, and Mitch Roman had a two-run double.

Jimmy Lambert pitched into the seventh inning in the opener.

Roman and Kannapolis reliever Kyle Kubat were added to the All-Star Game roster on Wednesday.

Junior Legion

With Salisbury down to its last strike in the bottom of the seventh, Will Taylor’s two-run double provided a 5-4 win against Carson.

Joe Steinman tripled and scored on a Vance Honeycutt single in the first inning for Salisbury.

Steinman pitched into the sixth inning, when Carson took a 4-2 lead.

Taylor got Salisbury out of a jam in the sixth and pitched a scoreless seventh for the win.

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East Rowan won a wild game at West Rowan, 12-8, on Wednesday and stayed undefeated.

East trailed 2-0 and didn’t get its first hit until the fifth inning but scored seven runs in the fifth.

Trailing 8-7, East scored five runs with two outs in the decisive sixth.

Blake White had three of East’s five hits and drove in five runs.

J.D. Basinger was the winning pitcher.

East (10-0) is scheduled to play Concord (9-1) at Staton Field tonight.

South Y camps

Former South Rowan High    star and Pfeiffer University Hall of Famer Damien Argrett has basketball camps scheduled this summer at the South Rowan YMCA.

Dates for the Summer Jam Evaluation camp are June 19-22, and Session 2 is August 7-10.

Both camps run from 8 until 3.  Snack, lunch, and a camp shirt is provided.

A shooting clinic from 9 until noon is scheduled for July 24-26.

Cost on the all-day camp is $95 for Y members, and $115 for potential members.

The shooting clinic is $60 for members, and $80 for others.

For more information, contact Carvie Kepley at 704-857-7011, or ckepley@rowanymca.org.

Basketball camps

Carson 

Rising 5th-8th grade girls, July 10-13, 3-7 p.m.

Cost is $70

Rising Kindergarten-4th grade girls and boys, July 17-20, 9-12

Cost is $60

Camp T-shirts will be given to each camper, and there will be awards for hot-shot and free throw champions. Concessions will be available daily.

Contact Coach Misenheimer at 704-213-0750 or misenhmb@rss.k12.nc.us.

A.L. Brown

Camp on July 3-5, 9-1 daily, $65, boys and girls, ages 7-16

Camp on July 10-12, 9-1 daily, $65, boys and girls, ages 7-16

Call Coach Klutz at 704-491-3752.

West Rowan 

Camp  June 19-21

Camp July 10-12

Camps are for boys in grades 7-9 ;  boys and girls in grades 2-6, 9-1 daily

Cost of a camp is $60 or $100 for two siblings.  Contact Coach Gurley at 704-798-2074.

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