MYRTLE BEACH On Saturday, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series returns with a big field of Late Models at
Myrtle Beach Speedway. Matt Cox will be present and should challenge the front runners in the division.
Points leader Justin Milliken, who has two wins on the season, should be the favorite to win his third. However, Cox, Jeremy McDowell, Rick Smith, Jamey Lee, and Stuart Ricks mount a stiff test on Milliken.
Also joining the Late Models on Saturday will be the Mini-Stocks and Charger divisions. There will be a first at the Myrtle Beach Speedway and that is School Bus racing. They are a regular feature in the “Wheels of Destruction” show held each Wednesday night.
The speedway is celebrating “ Fathers Day” this Saturday and honoring the Boy and Girl Scouts. All scouts and their leaders attending in uniform will be admitted free.
GREENWOOD Lyle Ciardi of Myrtle Beach tied for 16th in the Jimmy Self Junior Festival of Flowers conducted by the South Carolina Junior Golf Association with a 4-over-par 73-75–148 at Greenwood Country Club.
Trevor Phillips of Inman eagled the first playoff hole to claim the title over runner-up Jonathan Hardee of Greer after both shot 139s. Reona Hirai of Summerville won the girls title by two strokes with a 140.
MYRTLE BEACH Former world heavyweight boxing champion James “Bonecrusher” Smith and his charity, Champion 4 Kids, is hosting the second annual free Summer Camp For Kids at The X Sports Complex in Myrtle Beach from June 18-20 from 6-8 p.m. each day.
The camp will feature boxing fundamentals, fitness and nutrition and life skills taught by Smith, his former trainer, and amateur boxers from the area. Smith will also give a three-round boxing exhibition with one of his former sparring partners.
The camp is free for kids ages 10-18 and parents are invited to attend. Register online at www.champion4kids.org.