Hurricane's White wins junior golf crown
HUNTINGTON -- Sam White of Hurricane picked up a big junior golf honor last week.
White won the Columbus Fall Tour Championship to lock up Player of the Year in the boys 10 division. Columbus is part of U.S. Kids Golf . In his age group, players hit from the red tees, the course measures 2,500 yards and rounds are nine holes.
White posted wins at Winding Hollow, Mill Creek and Blacklick Woods in the final event of the season. In other tournaments, White had two seconds, a tie for third and a fourth.
Golf season is now over for White. He turns his attention to basketball.
Morehead St.'s offense runs over Campbell
MOREHEAD, Ky. -- Zach Lewis threw for 339 yards and five touchdowns, and Morehead State scored 35 points in the second half to pummel Campbell 70-28 on Saturday.
Backup Boone Goldsmith was 3-of-3 passing for 122 yards and a touchdown.
Morehead State's 70 points were its most against a Division I opponent since the 2000 season (a 73-10 win over Austin Peay). The Eagles' 700 total yards, 469 passing yards and 231 rushing yards were season highs.
Donte Sawyer, who holds Morehead State's career records for receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, set the school standard for career receptions Saturday. He has 171 catches for 2,091 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Twelve receivers caught at least one pass, led by Sawyer and Blake Stanley (two TD receptions) with six each for the Eagles (2-6, 1-4 Pioneer League).
The Eagles held the Camels (1-7, 0-5) to 321 yards of offense.
14 Ohio trails to share about $1.7M in grants
COLUMBUS -- Fourteen recreation trails in Ohio will share almost $1.7 million in federal funds to update pathways, provide educational supplies and improve access for those with disabilities.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently announced the recipients. The funds will go toward creating and maintaining trails.
in the Wayne National Forest, in addition to constructing pathways in suburban Columbus, Bowling Green and elsewhere.
The reimbursement grant program provides up to 80 percent of a project's funding. Money for the program comes from a portion of the federal motor fuel excise tax.
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