Saturday’s area sports briefs
03/23/2013 4:33 PM
03/23/2013 10:22 PM
The Spring Challenge at the Beach 150 will not be rescheduled, while the Mini-Mayhem race has been rescheduled for April 27. The South East Limited late Model event will be rescheduled, but a date has yet to be determined.
The speedway will get back into action on opening night, April 20, with the Whelen All-American late Model Stock Cars, Chargers and Mini-Stocks.
High school boys lacrosse• (At) Socastee 19, Waccamaw 0 | Wayne Bauerle had five goals, Nick Boriello, Matt Chatfield and JoJo Richards had three goals apiece and Kim Young added two goals as the Braves shut out the Warriors.
Young also had two assists and Chatfield had one. Jiovany Rendon, Conor O’Brien and James Heddinger had one goal each for Socastee (5-3). Noah Vieira and Mike Alessi had one assist and Rendon also added an assist. Goalkeeper Joe Williams recorded three saves and freshman goalie Austin Dolinger had two saves.
CCU women’s tennis• CONWAY The Coastal Carolina women’s tennis match against Albany on Saturday was canceled due to rain. The non-conference match will not be rescheduled.
CCU softball• (At) Coastal Carolina 6, Campbell 4 | Tied 4-4, the Chanticleers scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning en route to a win.
College baseball• Arkansas 4, (at) South Carolina 2 | The Gamecocks broke a scoreless tie with a run in the fifth inning, but the Razorbacks rallied with four runs over the next three innings for a victory.
• (At) Clemson 8-1, Duke 4-13 | The Tigers split a doubleheader with the Blue Devils.
In the first game, every Tiger starter had at least one hit and Zack Erwin pitched 41/3 scoreless innings in relief in Clemson’s win. Duke broke the second game open with eight runs in the fourth inning en route to a win.
Richardson to speak
Former New York Yankee great Bobby Richardson will speak on behalf of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes during 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services on April 21 at First Baptist Church of Murrells Inlet.
The Sumter native and former University of South Carolina coach travels in the continent for speaking engagements, with topics including his life with the Yankees, his friendship with Yankees great Mickey Mantle and his life of faith.
The services are open to everyone.
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