Sports Briefs: Daryus Skinner added to East-West All-Star Game

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Skinner added to East-West Game

ROCKINGHAM — Former Richmond Senior defensive back Daryus Skinner was recently added to the North Carolina East-West All-Star football game that will take place next Wednesday, July 20 at Jamieson Stadium in Greensboro.

Skinner, who will attend and play football at Winston-Salem State this upcoming school year, was named First Team All-Conference this past season. During his senior campaign, Skinner recorded 84 total tackles, intercepted four passes, recovered two fumbles and registered one sack.

The future Ram will be joining former Raider teammates Devon Hunt (Shaw) and Quientel Goodwin (Catawba) — who were selected back in February — on the East All-Star team.

FMC, Revolution win 3v3 Challenge

ROCKINGHAM — The fast-paced soccer showdown at Browder Park this past weekend saw FMC and Revolution win the open division and the youth division, respectively.

There were five teams — with a mixture of adults and teens — in the open divison, while the youth division featured two teams of under-16 girls and four teams of under-14 boys. Boolin Bros were runners-up in the open division — Dream Killers finished third — and AC Rock 1 came in second place in the youth division. Richmond Rush would round off the youth’s top three.

Put on by Richmond Rush FC, this year’s Hwy 55 3v3 Challenge was dedicated to and benefitted Richmond County residents Corey Davis and Amy Faw — who are battling life-altering diseases.

Davis’ condition, Systemic Sclerosis (scleroderma), is an autoimmune disease that affects many things including the heart, lungs, kidneys, skin and circulation. Faw is fighting triple-negative breast cancer, which is a less common and more difficult to treat type of the disease.

Hamlet holding soccer registration

HAMLET — Hamlet City Hall will be the registration site for the city’s soccer sign-ups until July 29.

Those who wish to play must have turned 4-years old by April 30 and could have not turned 13 before April 30.

There will be three different age groups — 4-6 year olds, 7-9 year olds and 10-12 year olds — and players will be in leagues based on their ages as of April 30.

Regular registration, which costs $35 per child, lasts until July 22 — from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m at City Hall. Late Registration, $45 per child, will be from July 25-29 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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