Golf Rewind — 2016 Biggs Classic Third and Fourth Rounds (Videos)

HERTFORD — There was high drama on Saturday during the final round of the 2016 Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Classic on The Sound Golf Links at Albemarle Plantation.

Anthony Maccaglia walked away the champion of the tournament as he converted on a birdie putt on the second playoff hole to earn $16,500.

The third round was moving day for Maccaglia and other golfers.

The win was Maccaglia’s first as a professional.

Below is more on the fourth round.

 

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WCU Satellite Camp at Currituck

The annual Western Carolina satellite camp at Currituck took place Wednesday. More than 60 high school football players from northeastern North Carolina, Virginia’s Hampton Roads and Richwood out of West Virginia took part.

Joining the Catamounts in scouting area talent was Methodist, Newport News Apprentice, Chowan and Elizabeth City State.

Read more about the camp in Thursday’s The Daily Advance. For video clips follow @owenobx on Twitter.

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Golf Rewind | 1st Round | 2016 Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Classic (Video) + Adams talks U.S. Open

Below are highlights from the first round of the 2016 Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Classic at the Albemarle Plantation on Wednesday.

Luke Hopkins shot 6-under 65 for the first round lead.

Adams talks U.S. Open

Earlier this week, defending Biggs Classic champion Frank Adams III spoke with The Daily Advance about his experience at the U.S. Open at Oakmont last week.

Adams qualified for the major with a third-place finish at a sectional qualifier in Georgia earlier this month.

On experience at the U.S. Open

Adams: “It was a lot of fun. It was a great week. I wish that I would have played a little bit better.”

On when he had the “wow” moment at the Open

Adams: “Going down the second hole, I realized we jumped into the deep end. You better buckle up.”

“I was surprising comfortable when I got there.”

Frank Adams III — the 2015 Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Classic champion — qualified for the U.S. Open at Oakmont earlier this month.
Frank Adams III — the 2015 Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Classic champion — qualified for the U.S. Open at Oakmont earlier this month.

On dealing with the weather

Adams: “I had played nine holes, four days in a row leading up to it and we were getting kind of use to the firm conditions and sure enough, it rains three inches. It threw a wrench in the plans and everybody had to adjust.”

Where the U.S. Open appearance ranked in his career

Adams: “It’s definitely up there. I have to say it’s a highlight. Even to be a missed cut. I’d tried pretty much every year since I turned pro and even before that. To finally get into one is something special. That 36-hole day at sectional is a tough one. It was nice to crack through the barrier and get in one.”

Steamers Rewind — Edenton vs. Wilson and Morehead City

Take a look back at two Edenton Steamers contests from the first half of the 2016 Coastal Plain League season.

Edenton relied on a strong pitching performance by Perry DellaValle along with a two-run home run by Richard Cunningham in a Steamers 6-4 victory over Wilson on Wednesday, June 8 at Hicks Field.

On Wednesday, June 15, it was a rough outing for the Steamers pitching staff as Edenton fell to Morehead City 11-6.

Trey Hair and Tony Rosselli each hit home runs for the Steamers in the loss.

Edenton (7-10) continues its five-game home stand Monday as the Steamers host Asheboro at 7 p.m.