Wednesday's area roundup

Sep. 18, 2013 @ 10:55 PM

Treyburn hosts CGPA event

DURHAM — Mitch Adams and Rick Lewallen each carded a 3-under 69 to share the opening-round lead of the Treyburn Carolinas PGA Senior Open on Wednesday at Treyburn Country Club.
Close behind Adams and Lewallen are Don Sweeting of Pinehurst with a 2-under 70 and Bret James of Blowing Rock with a 71.
Ernie Newton also is in the mix with an even-par 72, the best round of any amateur.
In the Super Senior division, amateur Jim Pridgen of Jamestown leads with a 3-under 69.
Durham’s Harold Hoover and Don Slater are among tied for 21st overall with 78, while Charles Woody is in 36th place with an 84. Slater’s score has him second among amateurs age 64 and over.
Roxboro’s Gordon Carver leads the contest among amateurs age 55-59 with a round of 76.
Bahama’s Lea Couch is tied for 10th in the super senior competition with a 78, while Durham’s Dink Andrews is among a group tied for 16th with an 81.
The second round of the Treyburn CPGA Senior Open, which includes amateurs and pros who live in North Carolina and South Carolina, begins today at 8 a.m. with players teeing off in foursomes.

Seminoles knock off Tar Heels
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. — Third-ranked Florida State defeated fifth-ranked North Carolina 1-0 in women’s soccer Wednesday night at Seminole Soccer Complex before 1,786 fans.
The Tar Heels (7-2, 1-2 ACC) dropped their second straight 1-0 match, while the Seminoles improved to 7-0-2, 2-0-1 ACC.
Although UNC outshot FSU 17-10 and had an edge in corner kicks 8-2, it was all for naught as the Seminoles beat the Tar Heels for the third straight time in the series.  Each of those three wins by the Seminoles have come by 1-0 scores.
The deciding goal came late in the contest after the Tar Heels were called for a handball near midfield. On the quick restart, FSU pounced on the UNC mistake with Jamia Fields scoring from 18 yards out on the right side, curling a crossing shot into the upper left 90 of the goal with just 7:37 left before the end of regulation.