Roundup: Parkersburg wins Women's Intra-State Team Matches title
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.
WVU BASKETBALL: Sophomore Breana McDonald was added to the West Virginia roster for the 2013-14 season on Wednesday.
The 6-foot guard/forward comes in as a transfer from Georgia Tech, where she played in 23 games last season, earning five starts and averaging 1.5 points and 1.2 rebounds in 6.0 minutes per game. McDonald is the third addition to next season's roster, joining true freshmen Luburdia Gordon (Mount Vernon, N.Y.) and Teana Muldrow (East Orange, N.J.).
WVU SWIMMING: West Virginia University graduated senior Rachel Burnette, senior Bryce Bohman and sophomore Ross Glegg each swam at their respective national meets on Wednesday.
Burnette placed 36th in the 200 freestyle (2:03.54) and Bohman finished 35th in the 200 backstroke (2:05.39) at the Phillips 66 National Championships and World Championship Trials in Indianapolis. Glegg reached the semifinals in the 50 free (23.12) at the British Gas Swimming Championships in Sheffield, England, taking 12th place.
SENIOR GAMES: Twenty-three Charleston residents will participate in the National Senior Games July 19-Aug. 1 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Close to 11,000 participants ages 50 and older from around the United States will compete in 19 medal-contending sports including basketball, volleyball, softball, cycling, golf, track and field, swimming, pickleball, horseshoes and archery. For more information, visit www.nsga.com.