Parkersburg's Sue Goldcamp is leading the West Virginia Women's Senior Amateur Championship after a first-round score of 5-over-par 75 Tuesday at Clarksburg Country Club.
Eighty women are playing in this year's event, including 11-time champion Caroline Ramsey of Bridgeport, who is in second place after shooting a 78.
In third place is defending champion Candy Rollyson of Barboursville with an 83. Also in the top 20 are multiple champion Betty Brandon of Hurricane (84) and two-time runner-up Claytina Shepherd of Beckley (85).
Spencer's Rick Moore won the Senior Division, just one stroke behind White with a 79. Mineral Wells' Jim Mason won the Silver Division with a score of 82 while St. Albans' Melvan Henson won net first place in the Silver Division with a 69.
The Senior Series will play today at Preston Country Club in Kingwood.
Raleigh County native, Marshall graduate and Buffalo Bills center Doug Legursky will play in the tournament. There will be an awards dinner afterward featuring Legursky and his mother. For more information or to register, print a downloadable form at www.wvforlife.org/golf or call 304-594-9845. Forms may also be emailed from wvforl...@labs.net.
WVU BASEBALL: Arizona Diamondbacks managing general partner Ken Kendrick made a donation of $200,000 to the Mountaineer Athletic Club on Tuesday in the name of the WVU baseball program to the Oklahoma City tornado relief effort.
The funds will be appropriated to the Oklahoma City All Sports Association to help repair baseball fields in the area that were damaged by devastating tornadoes during the past month. WVU athletic director Oliver Luck and baseball coach Randy Mazey will also travel to Oklahoma later this summer to work on the fields that were damaged by the tornadoes.
MU FOOTBALL: Marshall football players Rakeem Cato, Gator Hoskins and Tom Shuler were named to the College Football Performance Offensive Awards Watch List on Tuesday.