Published: Jul 07, 2012 07:00 PM
Modified: Jul 06, 2012 05:00 PM
Mariners take Little League title
The 2012 Mariners won the championship of the Chapel Hill Little League for the third straight time. After finishing the regular season at 5-7, the Mariners went undefeated in the post-season tournament and downed the No. 1-seeded Phillies by 4-2 score in extra innings.
Phillies finished their year at 11-3.Frazier leaving Northwood for Leesville Road
Russ Frazier will move to Raleigh's Leesville Road High School next semester, leaving behind two of the winngest programs in Northwood High School athletics.
Frazier will serve as Leesville Road's head coach for men's basketball, succeeding Roderic Brewington, and as an assistant football coach, working with receivers under head coach Chad Smothers.
Frazier led Northwood to a 133-39 record over six years in men’s basketball, twice taking his team to the state championship finals. He also led Northwood’s boys soccer team to the 2009 state final.‘Hoops at East’ camp starts Monday
The first session of summer basketball camp at East Chapel Hill starts Monday. Head Coach Ray Hartsfield notes he still has some spaces open and campers are welcome to sign up Monday morning at East.
The first week of Hoops at East Basketball Academy, a full-day camp, runs through Friday. The next session runs July 23-27 at East Chapel Hill. For more information, call Coach Hartsfield at 969-2482, ext. 27423, or 919-308-1350.Madison-Heath win Senior four-ball
David Madison of Chapel Hill teamed with Terry Heath of Apex to fire a 64 Monday to win the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball Tournament at Forest Oaks Country Club in Greensboro. The edged runners-up Raymond Davis and Don Lee of Wake County by one stroke.
Michael Fisher of Chapel Hill and Hillsborough’s Kirk Pelland tied for 11th place with a 72.UNC alum returns to coach track
Harlis Meaders, a former record-setting Tar Heel student-athlete, is the new head coach of the UNC track-and-field and cross-country programs.
Meaders just completed his 18th year at Florida State, where he was an associate head coach.
Meaders was a captain of the 1992 UNC team that won the Atlantic Coast Conference outdoor title, and he is only the sixth head track and field coach at Carolina in the last 60 years. He succeeds Dennis Craddock, who led the Tar Heel program from 1985-2012 and won 45 ACC cross country and track titles — more than any coach in any sport in the conference’s history. W.E. Warnock
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