The Chase softball team had two games to complete on Friday night, but in the end neither contest ended the way the Lady Trojans would've liked.
The Chase baseball team has played a lot of competitive games as of late, with some of them ending in wins and some of them resulting in losses.
Local soccer, softball and baseball scores from Thursday and Friday's games.
The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy girls’ soccer team was tied with Highland Tech at a goal apiece at halftime of Wednesday night’s match before winning, 4-2.
The Chase boys were Rutherford County's top finishers at Monday's South Mountain Athletic Conference track and field meet held at Draughn High School, tallying 115 points to finish second to Shelby, which had 170. Kings Mountain was third with 109.5 points, while Crest (97), Draughn (85.5), Burns (56), R-S Central (35), East Rutherford (18) and East Burke (6) completed the standings on the boys side.
Soccer, softball and baseball scores from Tuesday night's action.
The county boys golf championship took place on Thursday afternoon at Bald Mountain Golf Course, with Chase winning big over second-place R-S Central and third-place East Rutherford.
The Chase head softball coach asked for good pitching, solid defense and timely hitting in Friday’s game. All three came to light to produce a milestone: Daniel Bailey’s 200th win in a 4-0 shutout of Draughn.
A pitchers’ duel ensued until the Chase baseball team charged back to take a gutsy 8-4 win Friday night against Draughn.
Friday's in-county soccer, softball and baseball scores.