By David Shawsports@salisburypost.comSALISBURY - Give the Dillon Brothers, Richard Childress Racing and the NASCAR community credit for a slam dunk. The racing conglomerate joined hands with nearly 100 basketball wannabes and once-weres at Catawba's Goodman Gym Wednesday afternoon - and there were no losers. "A lot of guys in our sport do this for fun," said former crew chief and current Fox broadcaster Larry McReynolds. "But this was fun for a great cause. That's a win-win." It was.
SALISBURY — While Rowan County’s American Legion baseball team was looking for glitter Monday night, it lost something golden. Post 342 sleepwalked through the final three innings and was denied the Area III championship, falling 8-3 to underdog Randolph County at Newman Park. “I think we played a good team and they grinded us out,” coach Jim Gantt said after Rowan (31-3) played poorly for the second straight night and lost the best-of-three series.
SALISBURY — Rowan County isn’t counting the days until the upcoming state tournament. It’s making them count. Already assured a berth in next weekend’s state championships, Post 342 will zero in on the Area III title after rallying past visiting Randolph County late Saturday night for a 6-5, Game 1 victory.
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