High Point’s Walsh ties for fourth in IZOD AJGA event
Burlington’s William Register birdied the first playoff hole to take the IZOD AJGA boys title on Thursday at Bryan Park.
Marianne Li of Bellevue, Wash. claimed the girls title with a par on the fifth extra hole.
Register and Brett Rinker of Slippery Rock, Pa. finished at 14-under 202. High Point’s Thomas Walsh tied for fourth at 9-under 207 after rounds of 69, 67 and 71. Tanner Owen of High Point placed seventh at 7-under 209 after rounds of 68, 67 and 74.
Li and Alice Chen of Princeton, N.J. tied for first at 3-under 213.
THREE SHARE LEAD AT E-GOLF RIVER HILLS CLASSIC
LAKE WYLIE, S.C. — Through 36 holes of the eGolf Tour’s River Hills Classic, leading money winner Bruce Woodall of Yanceyville, Adam Webb of Ridgeway, Va. and Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. share the lead at 5-under 139.
Adam Long of Lake St. Louis, Mo. and Chris Epperson of Hilton Head Island, S.C. are tied for fourth, two shots behind the trio of leaders at 3-under 141.
High Point’s Drew Weaver missed the cut at 6-over.
WESTCHESTER SOCCER FALLS IN OPENER
CONCORD — Westchester Country Day School dropped a 1-0 decision at Concord First Assembly in the boys soccer season opener for both schools on Thursday night.
Cameron White made nine saves in goal for the Wildcats, who play High Point Christian Academy on Saturday at 7 p.m. Sam Argo, Jack Argo, Garrett Willard, Jonathan Bethel and Tommy Boggis sparked Westchester’s defense vs. First Assembly.