Fort Mill Times

Clover golfer medals in regional tourney


Clover girls’ golfer medals during region tourney

Clover High School golfer Alyssa Campbell received a medale with a low score of 77 during the Region III AAAA girls golf tournament Oct. 13 in Fort Mill.

Seven high school girls’ teams competed.

Campbell and York Comprehensive High golfer Sarah Smith, who shot an 86, were among eight girls’ golf team members who qualified for the All-Region Team with individual scores.

The YCHS team, with a team score of 429, was among four girls golf teams that qualified to compete in the Upper State tournament next week. The other teams that qualified for the Upper State tourney are Fort Mill, Gaffney and Northwestern.


Zombie Crawl 5K Oct. 25

Zombies will invade the streets of downtown Rock Hill while humans race for survival during the 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl on 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 free.

Adult runners will compete for cash prizes while youth runners will vie for gift cards from local merchants.

The Old Town Zombie Crawl is intended to raise awareness about heart disease and provide support for The Heart2Heart Foundation.

Registered runners will receive a free pass to meet Addy Miller, the little girl zombie on the first episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Miller will serve as the 2014 Official Grand Marshal.

For more about activities and to register, visit


LWAA registering

Lake Wylie Athletic Association is accepting registration through Oct. 31 for ages 3-15 for basketball season.

Registration is for U4 SmartStart, U6 Coed, U8 Boys, U10 Boys, U12 Boys, U15 Boys, U9 Girls and U12 Girls. Cost is $65.

Register at Email for information.


Carolina Tomahawks 9U wins championship

The Carolina Tomahawks 9U earned the Runners-up Championship in the Rawlings/Worth Choice Fall Open State Tournament in Concord.

The 9U Travel Baseball Team is made up of players from Lake Wylie, Steele Creek, Tega Cay and Fort Mill.

Brayden Deaton, Jack Revis, Heath “Rocker” McMinn, and Jarek “Chipper” Patulski paced the Tomahawks. Deaton pitched 4.1 innings while striking out five in the 10-8 win over the Diamond Dawgs. Revis went 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs while Deaton and Patulski each scored two runs. In the championship game, Patulski kept the No. 1 seed, Team Minion, off-balance with change-ups by pitching 3.2 innings allowing 1 earned run. Owen Noonan and Ethan Sivec had two hits each.

In pool play, the Tomahawks offense exploded against the Blue Sox with eight runs in the first inning. Revis and Patulski were on base all plate appearances and each scored two runs as the Tomahawks won 12-2. Drew White had a strong performance going three innings for the win. Jackson Robbins had an impressive pitching performance against the Vipers in the second game going two innings while striking out four. McMinn had pitching appearances in both games totaling three innings with three strikeouts.

The Tomahawks finished the tournament scoring 31 runs in four games.