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.
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.
JUNIOR OLYMPICS: Emily Godwin of Buckhannon finished fourth in the young women's heptathlon at the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics Tuesday in Baltimore.
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 email@example.com.