Sports briefs

October 3, 2013

St Andrews holding

wrestling lessons

LAURINBURG — St. Andrews University head wrestling coach Joe Baranik and members of the SAU wrestling team will give wrestling lessons starting on Monday, Oct. 6th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the SAU wrestling gym in the Physical Education Center building.

The lessons are geared for grades 1-12 and will occur every Monday for a total of 10 lessons. The cost for the 10 weeks is $50.00 Please contact the wrestling office at 910-277-5012 for further information.

Sycamore Lane

defeats Sandy Grove

LAURINBURG — Sycamore Lane Volleyball hosted Sandy Grove Middle School on Monday and won both matches 25-7, 25-10, and 25-15, 25-10. Leading server for the Lady Bucks was Mason Roberts with 11 service points while Kandon Luquer had 10. Katie Lighthall and Macie Gibson both added nine service points.

Leading passers were Amaya Pegues with 11 passes to target and Gibson with 10 passes to target. Luquer led the team with 10 kills, Lighthall had eight kills and Pegues had six. Luquer had 26 sets to target and Lighthall had 23 to complete a strong day at the net. Sycamore Lane remains undefeated at 4-0 in conference and plays Monday at Carver.

Tiger gets another

partner in Matt Kuchar

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Matt Kuchar is the 10th player to have Tiger Woods as a partner in the Presidents Cup.

Woods and Kuchar are in the fifth of six matches, taking on Angel Cabrera and Marc Leishman in fourballs. This is the seventh Presidents Cup for Woods, and the second for Kuchar.

International captain Nick Price has put Jason Day and Graham DeLaet in the opening match against Hunter Mahan and Brandt Snedeker.

Phil Mickelson, the only player to have competed in every Presidents Cup, has Keegan Bradley. That’s his 13th partner in this event. Ernie Els got his 10th partner in Brendon de Jonge, one of seven rookies on the International team.

It’s the first time since 1996 the opening session is fourballs.