Local roundup: Moses, Shuman share lead after 1st round of Delaware Open

Mike Moses and Jake Shuman both fired 66s to share the lead after the first round of the DSGA Delaware Open golf tournament on Monday.

The top 11 players all carded 69 or lower on the par-70 Concord (Pa.) Country Club. The 54-hole tourney concludes with two rounds today.

Michal Chinaud, a 25-year-old from Ocean View, and Lewes’ Zac Oakley are both tied for sixth just two shots back with 68s. Seven of the top nine players are professionals.

Moses, a 56-year-old Concord member, carded seven birdies against four bogeys to finish four-under par. Shuman, a DuPont member, birdied the final two holes on Monday to get to 66.

Oakley, the 37-year-old former Wesley College standout as well as 2015 Delaware Open champion, finished with three birdies on the back nine.
The cut for today’s final two rounds came at 75 with 12 players tied for 37th and final spot.

Softball

8-10 Eastern Regional

Smyrna-Clayton 12, Massachusetts 6: Kate Slaney pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts as Smyrna-Clayton won its Eastern Regional opener in Jenkins Township. Pa.

Lindsey Roscoe (two doubles) and Kay Wooleyhand (three doubles) both went 3-for-4 for the Delaware state champions. Savanah Arnold, Kate Slaney, and Adison Weisenberger all went 2-for-4 for Smyrna-Clayton, which next plays on Wednesday.

Baseball

Senior League

U.S. Southeast 6, Naamans 1: The Delaware state champions (1-2) were eliminated from contention for the title with the loss in the World Series in Easley, S.C. on Monday.

Naamans was out-hit 11-5 and fell behind 3-0 before scoring its only run in the third inning. After reaching the tournament championship game a year ago, Naamans will play in a consolation game on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

NFL

Ravens expected to ink Callahan: Former Wesley College standout quarterback Joe Callahan is expected to sign with the Baltimore Ravens, according to several media reports.

Baltimore is looking for a backup QB to replace the injured Robert Griffin III on its roster.

Ravens’ offensive coordinator Greg Roman coached Callahan at Holy Spirit, N.J. High in 2008. Callahan has spent time with four different NFL teams, including the Buccaneers, who released him in April.

Callahan reportedly just needed to pass his physical before signing with Baltimore.

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