Freshman makes CHS history
CLOVER Clover High School freshman Alyssa Campbell competed at the Sept. 9 South Pointe High School Lady Stallions Stampede Invitational at Pinetuck Golf Club.
She claimed the medalist honor by winning the individual tournament title with a 2 under round of 70.
The 70 is the lowest round scored by a CHS girls’ golfer, and she is the first tournament champion in school history.
CHS team hosting cornhole tourney
CLOVER The Clover High School wrestling team is sponsoring a cornhole tournament Sept. 27 to raise money for the upcoming 2014-15 wrestling season.
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with tournament play at 10 a.m. at the high school gym parking lot.
Cost is $30 per team of team, and includes a hot dog and bottle of water.
Maher ties for 13th
BLYTHEWOOD Joe Maher of Lake Wylie golfed 37-39 - 76 (5 over par) tied for 13th in the Sept. 9 sectional qualifying 2014 Carolinas Senior Amateur Championship hosted by Cobblestone Park Golf Club in Blythewood.
This championship is conducted by the Carolinas Golf Association, which is in its 105th year of serving amateur golf in the Carolinas.
Be Great 8K Sept. 20
ROCK HILL The Boys & Girls Clubs of Rock Hill and the Kiwanis Club of Rock Hill are teaming up for the third annual Be Great 8K Race and Fun Run Sept. 20 at Winthrop University.
8K race begins at 8 a.m. Fun run is 9:15 a.m.
Advance registration is $25; day of is $30.
There will be awards for adults and youth.
New this year, groups of five or more runners can register as a team and receive online and on race day.
For more information, call 803-324-7920 or visit bgcyc.org.
Zombie Crawl 5K Oct. 25
ROCK HILL Zombies will invade the streets of downtown Rock Hill while humans race for survival during the 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl Oct. 25 to benefit The Heart2Heart Foundation.
Participants may run the USATF-certified 5K route as a human or a zombie for $25, or walk the route for free. Runners who register before Oct. 18 receive a 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl T-shirt, cinch bag filled with sponsor swag and event wristband. Official Zombie Crawl T-shirts are available in adult and youth sizes for $10 for registered walkers or Fun Run participants.
Adult runners will compete for cash prizes, while youth runners will vie to win gift cards from local merchants.
The Old Town Zombie Crawl aims to raise awareness about heart disease and provide support for The Heart2Heart Foundation. Proceeds will be used to provide free heart health educational materials and programs in the community and to fund risk-assessment scholarships for women in the tri-county area.
Registered runners will receive a free pass to meet Addy Miller, the little girl zombie on episode 1 of “The Walking Dead.” Miller will serveas the 2014 Official Grand Marshal.
For more about activities and to register, visit OldTownZombieCrawl.com.
Rock Hill Rocks Open Oct. 5-12
ROCK HILL The sixth annual Rock Hill Rocks Open will be held Oct. 5-12 at Rock Hill Tennis Center, 897 Maplewood Lane.
This $25,000 USTA Pro Circuit women’s tennis tournament brings professional players from around the world. Matches are held during the day and are free for the public to watch.
The tournament features two special events for area amateur tennis players. Register by calling 803-326-3842 or emailing email@example.com.
The Rockin’ Jr Kickoff will be 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 5. This free youth clinic is open to ages 4 to 18. Professional tournament players will lead drills and games. Participants will get goody bags, prizes, pizza and autographs.
The Adult Pro-Am is 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 6. Professional tournament players will play doubles round-robin games with amateur participants. Cost is $50 for each amateur participant.