• 82°

Crowder/Dorsett Memorial Labor Day 4-Ball Golf Tournament — Day 2

Men's competition

Chris Nesbitt using body English on the 4th fairway on Labor Day Golf Day 2. photo By Wayne Hinshaw for the Salisbury Post

Staff report

SALISBURY — The 65th annual Crowder/Dorsett Memorial Labor Day 4-Ball Golf Tournament continued on Sunday at the Country Club of Salisbury.

Some of Saturday’s first round had been delayed by stormy weather and then darkness, so the event was in catch-up mode throughout the day and into the evening on Sunday. Again, play was suspended with five groups left on the course. Those five groups will finish their second round matches on Monday at 7:45 a.m.

Four men’s teams remain in contention for the coveted open championship — defending champs Lee Frick and Blake Wray, Jason and Seth Correll, Clark Alcorn and Alex Nianouris, and Tyler Mulkey and Jordan Taylor. Those teams battle in the semifinals at 8 a.m. and the two winners play for the title at 1 p.m.

Posted tee times will begin at 8 a.m., beginning with the semifinals of the championship flight. The final matches of the Open flights will follow. Starting at 9:36 will be the divisional championships (55+ at 9:36, 65+ at 9:44 and the women’s championship at 9:52).

Listed below are the tee times for Monday:

Groups Finishing Round 2

Women’s semifinals

(1) Adams-Furr vs. (5) Brink-Morris, 7:45, No. 16

(2) Barts-Carlton vs. (3) Carmazzi-Coltrane, 7:45, No. 15


55+ Open

(2) Boltz-Harwood vs. Davis-Honeycutt, 7:45, No. 4

(6) McCulloh-Rice vs. (7) Nesbitt-Peeler, 7:45, No. 7


65+ Open

(3) Bishop-Crosby vs. (7) Arrowood-Medinger, 7:45, No. 2


See www.salisburypost.com for Sunday’s results and Monday’s pairings. See Tuesday’s print edition for the full story and photos.

Click here to view more photos from the women’s competition on Sunday.

Click here to view more photos from the men’s competition on Sunday.



Blotter: April 14


Former North Carolina Gov. McCrory enters US Senate race


Salisbury woman arrested in Myrtle Beach for abducting child


County updates health director job description, will advertise for position

High School

High school tennis: East beats Carson, still hopes to share NPC title


Board of Elections to purchase upgraded voting equipment using federal grant


Kyle Seager drives in winning run in first game as Mariners split doubleheader with Orioles


City exhausts this year’s funds for Innes Street Improvements, Municipal Services District grant programs


Landis adopts amendments to Zoning Ordinance related to signs, Planning Board terms


Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist’s death


Expert says cop was justified in pinning down George Floyd


Blotter: April 13


County switches vaccines for Livingstone clinic after federal, state guidance


US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports


Superintendent talks first 100 days, dives into district data


‘It was an answer to a call:’ TenderHearted Home Care celebrates 10 years of providing care at home


Political Notebook: Local polls find increasing number of North Carolinians want COVID-19 vaccine


Trial begins on challenge to latest NC voter ID law


Burch, Fisher, Marsh honored as 2021 recipients of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Award


Landis board talks revenues, budget planning, department updates


College baseball: Catawba rolls 7-1 and 24-1


Student fires at officers at Tennessee school, is killed


Police: Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun


Man receives consecutive prison sentences for sex offenses