The Upper Room Christian Academy Annual Fund Tournament will be held at 8:30 a.m. June 4 at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course on N.C. State's Centennial Campus in Raleigh.
The entry fee is $85. Contact John Amanchukwu at 919-829-6199, or visit www.urcafund.org.
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Twenty-two parent-child teams turned out to compete in the Triangle Tarheels Basketball Club’s Mother-Daughter, Father-Daughter Tournament at Youngsville Elementary School in Youngsville.
The double-elimination, two-on-two competition, a fundraiser for the nonprofit team, featured girls ages 9-17 competing with a parent or a mentor, Tarheels coach Ahmad Smalls said.
Defending champion Don Slater of Durham shot a 68 that included a double eagle on the par-5 14th hole and finished with a two-day, 6-under-par 136 to win the Senior Division and overall titles at the Durham Senior Amateur Golf Championship on Tuesday at Hillandale Golf Course.
In the Super Senior Division, Dave Robinson of Burlington rallied from five shots back for the victory.
Complete results below.
Donnie Bass of Durham had the shot of the day Monday during the Durham Senior Amateur Golf Championship's first round, hitting a hole-in-one on the 170-yard No. 17 at the Hillandale Golf Course.
The Triangle Volleyball Club will send seven teams to Atlanta this summer to compete in the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships.
The first of the Morrisville-based club’s teams to qualify was Triangle 18 Black, which qualified in the 18 Open division by finishing third at the Big South National Qualifier in early April.
The remaining six bids were earned at Carolina Region bid tournaments held in Greensboro on April 30.
Marlins Of Raleigh-Wolfpack Aquatics swimmers produced 148 points and finished eighth out of more than 200 teams at the May 12-15 Charlotte UltraSwim Grand Prix Meet at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center, MOR coach Paul Silver said.
The USA Swimming event, with prize money of surpassing $50,000, drew Olympians including , , Ryan Lochte and .
Zak Drescher of Landisville, Pa., won a three-hole playoff and took home title at the Keith Hills Amateur Golf Championship played Saturday and Sunday at the Keith Hills Golf Club in Buies Creek.
Drescher won the playoff against Roy Dixon of Salisbury and James Harris of Lillington. Each finished two rounds at 1-under-par 143.
It came down to Drescher and Dixon on the final two playoff holes. (Complete results below.)
Raleigh gymnast Sydney Snead placed seventh in the nation this past weekend and earned a chance to work with one of the legends of gymnastics.
Snead competed in the Junior A all-around competition at the Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in Long Beach, Calif.
Level 10 is the highest level before Elite (Olympic) competition in gymnastics.
Two North Raleigh Youth Rugby RedHawks teams took home Carolina Cup championships on Saturday.
The RedHawks' U12 Tackle and U12 Touch teams, part of the North Carolina Youth Rugby Union, won their divisions during the rugby 7's tournament hosted by the Raleigh Rugby Football Club at the Raleigh Rugby Football Complex on Poole Road.