Tigers’ Crabill, Wulff playing in Richmond lacrosse showcase
Anne Crabill and Shannon Wulff, rising junior lacrosse players at Chapel Hill High School, have been selected to represent North Carolina at the inaugural 2016 Warrior National Prospect Invite that is being held this week in Richmond, Va.
Selection to the Warrior National Prospect was based on athletic abilities, academic performance and civic responsibility.
Wulff and Crabill helped Chapel Hill finish 14-2 this year after reaching the second round of the N.C. High School Atlhletics Association playoffs.
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Wulff led Chapel Hill in points (98) this year, with 55 goals and 43 assists. Crabill scored 50 goals and assisted on 15 others. Both were named all-conference in post season honors.
Andrews wins flight in CGA one-day tournament in Raleigh
Chapel Hill golfer William Andrews carded a 79 Sunday to win the B Flight of the CGA’s One-Day Tournament at Wildwood Green Golf Club in Raleigh. Russell Walker of Chapel Hill had an 85, good enough for fifth in the Senior Men’s B Flight.
Jackson leaving UNC baseball for Liberty
Scott Jackson, who spent eight seasons at North Carolina as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, was named head coach at Liberty University Sunday. Jackson came to Chapel Hill in 2008 after one season at Liberty and will replace former Flames head coach Jim Toman, who stepped down in June after nine seasons in Lynchburg.