Parkersburg Country Club won the West Virginia Golf Association Women's Intra-State Team Matches at Cress Creek Country Club Wednesday in Shepherdstown.
The team made up of Bobbie Karr, Daneen Shears, Adeena Shears and Lauryn Davidson shot a combined score of 137. Cress Creek's score of 144 earned a second-place finish, while The Pines and Riverside Golf Club tied for third with 154s.
The Huntington native posted a 4-under-par 66, while Spencer's Rick Moore finished two strokes behind. Moore was the low net winner with a net score of 63. Cross Lanes' Tom Spriggs picked up a win in the Silver Division, shooting even-par, while Huntington's Charlie Stone won the Gold Division with a 72.
The Senior Series will travel to Bridge Haven Golf Club in Fayetteville on July 3.
CHAOS LOSS: The West Virginia Chaos fell 3-1 to the Southern West Virginia King's Warriors in the rubber match of the West Virginia Coal Cup Clash Wednesday in Beckley.
The Warriors (3-4-0) built a 2-0 lead with goals by Curt Hays and Billy Forbes, but James Pucci's goal for the Chaos in the 44th minute cut the lead to 2-1. In the second half, Zari Presod blew the third goal past goaltender Tyler Atwell for a 3-1 Warriors victory.
The Chaos (4-5-2) remains in second place in the South Atlantic Division of the Premier Development League and will host the Virginia Beach Piranhas at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Schoenbaum Stadium.