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Cardinal Newman softball drops SCISA 3A title opener; AC Flora in hunt at 4A golf championship

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Wilson Hall scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat Cardinal Newman, 4-2, in the first game of SCISA 3A championship series.

Game 2 of the three-game series is Tuesday at Cardinal Newman.

Cardinal Newman trailed 1-0 going into top of the fourth. Karson Hocutt tied it up with an RBI single and then Kaitlyn Greenwood scored on an error to give the Cardinals a 2-1 lead.

But the Barons regained the lead with a three-run sixth.

Hocutt led Cardinal Newman with two hits and an RBI.

Baseball

Dorchester 4, Richard Winn 0

Rchard Winn dropped the opening game of the SCISA Class A series.

Game two is Tuesday at Richard Winn.

Golf

SCHSL Championships

AC Flora shot a 304 and is three shots back after the first round of the Class 4A championships at Barony Golf Golf Club.

The Falcons are tied with Hilton Head Island and both trail Myrtle Beach by three shots. Eastside is fourth at 310. The first round was delayed by more than an hour because of lightning.

In Class 5A, Lexington is ninth, River Bluff 14th and Chapin is 16th after the first day at Country Club of Lexington.

Lexington shot a 319 while the Gators were at 339 and Eagles at 341. Ethan Kitts was tied for 18th with a 76.

Rock Hill shot a 5-over 295 and leads Dorman by 10 shots heading to the final round Tuesday. James Island’s Drayton Stewart shot a 69 and leads Carolina Forest’s Chris Fortenberry for individual honors.

In Class 3A, Camden shot a 319 and is tied for third after the first day at Camden Country Club.

Chesnee leads after shooting a 312 with Bishop England two shots back. Camden is tied with Woodruff.

Gilbert is fifth at 326 and Mid-Carolina seventh at 338.

May River’s Andrew Swanson shot a 1-under 69 and leads the individual race by three strokes over Mid-Carolina’s PJ Jacobs. Willis Kelly is tied for third with a 74. Gilbert’s Blake Dimsdale is tied for seventh with a 76.

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