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Elite golf programs to clash

Father Ryan will have both its boys and girls golf teams competing in the Golf Capital of Tennessee High School Invitational, which will be held on Saturday and Sunday at Fairfield Glade’s Heatherhurst Golf Club. 135 more words


Former Schooldays golf champ transfers to Beech

Hendersonville’s Adric Kimbrough, 15, should be competing for the Beech golf team later this season.

Kimbrough becomes eligible in mid-September after transferring from Montgomery Bell Academy last year. 112 more words


Catching up on commitments

As of today, the following 33 athletes from Western North Carolina have committed or signed to play college sports.

This list includes walk-ons.

Readers, if you know of anyone we have missed or have signing photos to share throughout the school year, please send an e-mail to apearson@citizen-times.com. 265 more words


Season Preview: Seniors key for area girls golf teams

If it is true that your team has the most success when your seniors are playing well, then that is very good news for two of the girls golf teams in the area, and troubling information for the rest. 854 more words


Monday high school sports roundup, Aug. 22


Girls Volleyball

SFCA d. Moore Haven 25-13, 25-13, 25-19: Hannah Upton paced the Kings (1-0) attack with eight kills and eight aces. Rebekah Bergquist and Lauren Long both tallied 7 kills apiece. 78 more words


Roundup: Chase Austin leads Pennfield soccer in blowout

The Pennfield boys soccer team had a strong showing on Monday to improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Panthers earned a 7-0 shutout of Quincy in non-conference action, led by Chase Austin with three goals and one assist. 380 more words


Met Open: Mark Brown holds a narrow lead at Glen Oaks

Tam O’Shanter head professional Mark Brown was the lone player under par Monday after the opening round of the 101st Met Open.

It simply wasn’t a great day for scoring at Glen Oaks Club, where the wind and slick greens prevented 40 of the region’s best players from breaking 80. 296 more words