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Roundup: Bowles' 68 wins Top Flite Junior Tour finale

Colin Bowles of Oceana shot a 2-under-par 68 to win the final Top Flite Junior Tour event of the year Wednesday at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Bowles was also named the 12-and-under division player of the year.Kyle Wensel of Wheeling won the 13-14 division with a 69, while Cole Hand, also of Wheeling, took the 15-16 flight and Williamstown's Austin Root claimed the 17-18 group. Vienna's Whitney Milhoan shot the girls low round of the day.Wheeling's Dylan Wojcik was named the 13-14 player of the year, while Cale Wheeler of Morgantown was the 15-16 player of the year and Charleston's Thomas O'Neil earned 17-18 player of the year accolades. Adeena Shears of Elizabeth was named the girls player of the year. (Results, Page 2B.)The tour will be renamed the Callaway Junior Tour next year.
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  • MU BASEBALL: Marshall pitcher Aaron Blair is scheduled to start in the Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star game at 6 p.m. Saturday in Harwich, Mass. Blair is 6-0 with a 1.27 ERA for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox.
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  • JUNIOR OLYMPICS: Emily Godwin of Buckhannon finished fourth in the young women's heptathlon at the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics Tuesday in Baltimore.
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  • CARIDI APPEARANCE: West Virginia University sportscaster Tony Caridi will be the guest speaker at a fundraising event for the Highland Hospital Foundation Aug. 2 at the Charleston Civic Center.Caridi will discuss WVU's 2011 season, the school's move to the Big 12 Conference and preview the upcoming season.Cost is $75 per person or $100 for two. Tables for 10 are also available for $750, blue tables at $1,000 and gold tables are $2,000. All proceeds benefit the foundation and the new Highland Hospital.To make reservations or for more information, contact Jim Strawn at 304-648-1417 or
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