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Roundup: WVU's Musgrave named to All-East Region first team

Doug Smock
The second fairway at Edgewood County Club (green is at the right) sits under water Friday, much as several other holes were at the Sissonville-area course. Edgewood was the site for the West Virginia Junior Match Play tournament, which has been canceled for the time being because of the high water from the Pocatalico River. The West Virginia Golf Association plans to reschedule the event at a date and site to be determined.

West Virginia University baseball standout Harrison Musgrave was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-East Region first team on Friday.

The sophomore lefty from Bridgeport completed the year with a 9-1 record, a 2.17 earned run average and three complete games.

In 951/3 innings, Musgrave struck out 81 batters and allowed just 65 hits.

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  • AREA GOLF: Buckhannon's Christian McKisic shot a 1-under-par 71 to win the low round of the day Friday at the Callaway Junior Tour event at The Golf Club of West Virginia in Waverly.

    McKisic competed in the 13-14 age division and defeated 17-18 division champion Alston Spears from Spencer in a playoff to secure the low round. Vienna's Lauryn Davidson claimed her third consecutive low round trophy in the girls division, defeating the 10-14 age division champion Whitney Milhoan in a playoff.

  • Patrick Martin from Birmingham, Ala., won the American Junior Golf Association's Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior with a final three-round score of 3-under-par 207 Friday at Bellefonte Country Club in Ashland, Ky. Haylee Harford from Leavittsburg, Ohio, won the girls division with a score of 218.
  • Wheeling's Cole Hand, Charleston's Aaron Persily and Huntington's Josef Dransfeld and Andy Michael each missed the cut to play the final round on Thursday.

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  • CONCORD HALL OF FAME: Nominations are now being accepted for the Concord University Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2013-14.

    Each nominee's credentials will be carefully reviewed for induction into the Hall of Fame. Phone calls concerning Hall of Fame nominees will not be accepted. To nominate any deserving former Concord athlete, coach or administrator, fill out the online "Hall of Fame Nomination Form" by going to www.cumountalions.com and navigating to the "Inside Athletics" tab at the top of the site.

     


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