DAVIDSON – Kyle Fuller, a sophomore golfer at Davidson Day School, finished fourth among 75 golfers in the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) last weekend. Fuller shot a career-best two-round score of 144 (70-74) in the AJGA IMG Chateau Elan Tournament in Braselton, Ga.
Fuller will next play in the U.S. Golf Association Junior Amateur sectional qualifying in late June. Fuller shot a par-72 to win the Southern Piedmont Athletic Association conference tournament May 1 at Catawba Country Club in Newton. Fuller was the individual medalist for the second consecutive year.
Davidson Day has full slate of summer camps
DAVIDSON – Davidson Day will hold basketball camps June 11-15 and July 17-20 as part of it summer camp schedule in several sports. Joel Justus, Davidson Day’s new boys coach, will conduct the camps, which will include guest speakers, a low camper-to-coach ratio and a competitive atmosphere. Go to davidsonday.org/athletics/sports
-camps-2012.html for more information.
Register for volleyball camp
HUNTERSVILLE – Lake Norman Charter will host a volleyball camp June 11-12 for players ages 8-13. The camp, to be held at the middle school gym, will be from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $55. There will be individual and team competitions and drills on serving, passing and hitting. Contact Jessica Canovali at 704-875-3389 or email@example.com for more information.
Register for North Meck High golf tournament
HUNTERSVILLE – Registration is open for the North Mecklenburg High School Booster Club 20th annual golf tournament June 14 at Cowan’s Ford Country Club. The format will be four-person captain’s choice. Entry fee is $90 per player. Registration begins at noon, with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.
Contact Buddy Caldwell at 794-778-1718 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register. To sponsor a hole for $100, call John Woods at 704-868-6917.
Register for benefit golf tournament
CHARLOTTE - The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Senior Centers Golf Classic will be June 18 at Pine Island Country Club in Charlotte. Proceeds will help CMSC continue serving more than 4,000 older adults each year at four locations in Mecklenburg County, including the North Mecklenburg Senior Center in Huntersville.
Registration and breakfast will begin at 8 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and an awards luncheon. Entry fee is $125, which includes cart and greens fees, use of locker room, practice facility and range balls, breakfast and lunch, awards and prizes. For information, call 704-522-6222, or go online to www.cmcharlotteseniorcenters.org.
– Compiled by Cliff Mehrtens