MYRTLE BEACH - The University of South Carolina Sumter softball team split its two games in the Softball Spring Training tournament on Tuesday at The Ripken Experience Myrtle Beach.
The Fire Ants, 8-6 on the season, defeated John Wood Community …
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The Fire Ants, 8-6 on the season, defeated John Wood Community College 5-4 and lost to Monroe College 7-2.
In the victory, Hannah Bettencourt picked up the win in the circle. She gave up all four runs and all four were unearned. She allowed six hits, walked three and struck out two.
Jayla Cowell had two hits, including a double, scored a run and drove in a run. Alexis Lyles had a double and scored a run, while Brooke Ward had a hit and two RBI.
In the loss, USCS had just four hits, all singles. Hailey Carter had a hit and an RBI, Bettencourt and Laurel Shaw had a hit and a run and Cowell had an RBI.
Team Perseverance to
hold women's tryout
Team Perseverance Athletics will hold a women's semipro basketball tryout on Saturday, March 24, at the Sumter Family YMCA beginning at 1 p.m.
Interested players can register at Eventbrite by searching 2018 Lady Panther Tryouts.
For more information, contact coach Junko Allen at (803) 795-5513 or by email at email@example.com.
Woods, Els to captain
Australia Presidents Cup
Tiger Woods and Ernie Els will duel in the Presidents Cup again, this time as captains.
Two people involved in the Presidents Cup tell The Associated Press that Woods and Els have agreed to be captains for the 2019 matches in Melbourne. They spoke on condition of anonymity because it has not been announced.
Woods and Els are expected to be introduced as captains Tuesday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
They produced the biggest moment at the Presidents Cup in 2003 in South Africa when they were picked for a sudden-death playoff. They went three holes at Fancourt until it was too dark to continue, and captains Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player agreed the event would end in a tie.
From staff and wire reports.
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