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Golf

Ex-Lakeside star takes third place

In Johns Creek, Ga., former Lakeside golfer Eunice Yi finished third in the Georgia Girls Junior Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.

Yi, who shot rounds of 74-75-73, finished 12 shots behind the winner, Bailey Tardy, of Norcross, (68-71-71).

Yi, who has signed to play golf for Georgia Regents University, was in third place after each round.

Megan Sabol, of Martinez, finished 12th after shooting 80-82-78.

• In Rocky Face, Ga., Waynesboro’s Carter Mobley struggled in the final round of the Georgia Boys Junior Championship at The Farm and finished in a tie for sixth place.

Mobley, who was tied for the 36-hole lead after rounds of 71-70, closed with 80. Marcus Byrd, of Dunwoody, won it with scores of 70-71-74–215.

Evans’ Salil Ghamande tied for 39th place after rounds of 79-77-78–234. Russell Sabol, of Martinez, tied for 68th place. He shot 79-82-87.

• In Morgantown, N.C., Daniel Zimmerman had his best round of the season by six shots, shooting 7-under-par 63 to take the first-round lead in the eGolf Tour’s Mimosa Hills Open.

Zimmerman, who lives in Middleton, Wis., has missed the cut in three of his four starts this season, and tied for 35th in the other one.

Former Augusta State golfers Taylor Floyd and Tarik Can both shot 68 and Mitch Krywulycz, another former Jaguar, had 70.

Former Augusta City Amateur champion Brad Arrington shot 71 and Derek Chang, a former Augusta State golfer, had 75.

College Baseball

Boyd leads way for Oregon State

In Omaha, Neb., Matt Boyd pitched a four-hitter and struck out 11 and Oregon State made a fourth-inning sacrifice fly stand for a 1-0 victory over Indiana in the College World Series.

The Beavers (52-12) won the first 1-0 game at the CWS since 1985. They now face Mississippi State on Friday needing to beat the Bulldogs twice to reach next week’s finals.

The Hoosiers (49-16) went 1-2 in their first CWS appearance. Indiana’s Aaron Slegers allowed seven hits in his first career complete game.

Minor League Baseball

North tops South in All-Star Game

In Lakewood, N.J., Augusta GreenJackets right-hander Chris Stratton took the loss as South Division fell to the North Division 2-1 on Tuesday night in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game at FirstEnergy Park.

Heavy rain delayed the start by nearly three hours. League officials then shortened the game to seven innings.

Stratton allowed two runs on four hits in the third inning.

• Friday’s Augusta GreenJackets game vs. the Kannapolis Intimidators at Lake Olmstead Stadium is offering a promotion tied to Dogwood Stable horse Palace Malice’s victory in the Belmont Stakes.

On the ticket link at www.greenjacketsbaseball.com, fans can click the June 21 day, and type in the code PALACE MALICE for an $8 ticket that includes a visor.

Tennis

Raonic bounced in second round

In Eastbourne, England, top-seeded Milos Raonic was upset 6-2, 7-6 (7) by Ivan Dodig in the second round at the Eastbourne grass-court tournament.

Earlier, Marion Bartoli, of France, withdrew from the tournament with a viral infection, giving No. 2-seeded Li Na, of China, a walkover.


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