Sports briefs

September 20, 2013

Scots score early but

can’t stop North Moore

LAURINBURG — Scotland’s soccer team scored the first goal Thursday night, but ended up falling 5-1 to North Moore High School.

Pedro Ugarte scored four of North Moore’s five goals, including both in the first half. Scotland had opened up the scoring just three minutes into the game when Kytel Collins-Jackson put the ball into the back of the net. The goal was assisted by William Killough.

Scotland (1-8, 1-2) plays its next match Sept. 23 at Lumberton High School.

Memorial golf tournament

scheduled for Oct. 2

LAURINBURG — Scotch Meadows is hosting the Pete Hasty memorial golf tournament on Wednesday, Oct. 2. The four-man captain’s choice tournament costs $60 per player, and all proceeds go to the Western District of the Cape Fear Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

The registration fee includes green fees and a cart. Lunch will be provided, and the tournament tees off at 1 p.m. The 2012 edition of the tournament raised over $10,000. A pig picking will follow the tournament. For more information or to sponsor a hole, call Tab Broome at 910-276-6740 ext. 2141 or Guy McCook at 910-276-8680.

SAU baseball holding

golf fundraiser

LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews baseball team is holding a golf tournament on Sept. 28 at Deercroft Country Club to raise money for the program.

Registration is $75 for a single player or $260 for a group of four. That price includes 18 holes of golf, snacks and drinks, dinner, door prizes, a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction. The tournament, which is seeking hole sponsors, begins at 1 p.m.

In addition, there will be an SAU baseball alumni game on Sept. 29 beginning at noon. For more information contact head baseball coach Drew Roberts at 910-277-5276 or