Former South Pointe Stallion Briar Herd won the 2014 Pinetuck Golf Club championship, besting second-place Joe Duncan by three shots.
Herd, 19, and the No. 1 player at Spartanburg Methodist College, carded rounds of 69-74 to win the title, his first. In the first flight competition Harry Knight’s 139-stroke total over two days held off runner-up Jesse Faile, who shot 141.
Bailey and Shrum top Run With The Bruins 5K field
The fifth annual Run with the Bruins 5K was held Saturday, Oct.18. More than 150 runners and walkers ranging from 8 to 84 years old came out to support healthy lifestyles and exercise in the community. Complete race results can be found at the Run with the Bruins 5K website: https://sites.google.com/site/runwiththebruins5k.
The top three male finishers were:
1. Jareth Bailey, 26 years old, Lancaster, 19:46
2. Ellison Hagins, 19, Lancaster, 20:12
3. Tyler Thompson, 20, Lancaster, 21:25
Top three female finishers were:
1. Sara Ava Shrum, 10, Lancaster, 25:03
2. Julie Webster, 50, Lancaster, 26:09
3. Michelle Faile, 44 Lancaster, 27:02
Indian Land girls’ tennis sweeps through region play undefeated
Indian Land girls’ tennis finished the season with a decisive 7-0 win over McBee, capping a 6-0 region campaign. Winners were: Joely Thefaine, Mary Fargalla, Haylee Hutchins, Brianna Garris, Alexis Killoran, the doubles teams of Joely Thefaine/Alexis Killoran and Natasha Ramesh/ Hannah Cook. The Warriors await the announcement of their playoff opponent which should be revealed Friday. The 2A playoffs start Oct. 27.
4A girls’ tennis playoffs open Wednesday
Local 4A girls’ tennis teams won’t have to wait until Friday to learn their playoff fates, in fact they’re playing the first round Wednesday.
Fort Mill, which finished the regular season 19-0, will host Dorman in the first round, while Clover also plays at home as Region 3-4A’s No. 2-seeded team. The Blue Eagles host Boiling Springs.
No. 3 Nation Ford is on the road against Riverside, while No. 4 Northwestern plays at Region 2-4A top seed Spartanburg.