GREENVILLE, S.C. —
Graham product Hunter O’Neal fired a two-day total of 143 to help Milligan erase a first day deficit to win the Tim Kinder Memorial Golf Tournament at the Lakeview Golf Club on Monday in Harrisonburg, Va. O’Neal finished up the event in fourth place. The Buffaloes entered the final round trailing by four strokes, but rallied to defeat host Bridgewater College by four shots.
For the second time this season, Concord’s Robby Peters has been named the WVIAC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. Peters, a senior from Dawson, Va., took home a fourth-place effort at the Virginia Tech Invitational on Friday. He crossed the line in a personal-best time of 25:11. Other top performers included Alieu Dem of Bluefield State. Bluefield State’s Leandra Childs was listed as a top performer last week in women’s cross country.
Former Richlands standout Devon Johnson, left, recorded a solo tackle and an assist in the Herd’s loss to Ohio last Saturday in Huntington. Johnson, who also played at Big Creek, didn’t play in the opener with West Virginia, has recorded four tackles in the last games for Marshall. Cody Journell (89), a product of Giles, has been steady as Virginia Tech’s kicker, having scored 19 points, making 3-of-4 field goal and all 10 extra point attempts.
•Joe Woodrum (Bluefield) has played in three games for Marshall, while Austin Fuller (Richlands, Virginia Tech) has played in three games for Southern Methodist. Neither player has recorded any type of statistics.
•The cousin duo of David Marrs (Virginia) and Alex Marrs (North Carolina), both of whom played at Graham, and Tyler Anders (Vanderbilt), a graduate of Graham, have not played this season through three games.