Chase and Thomas Jefferson postponed all sporting scheduled for Friday due to inclement weather.
The Chase Lady Trojans got a reprieve Tuesday as darkness suspended action in the bottom off the fifth inning with the home team trailing Burns 7-3. The game will resume when Chase visits Lawndale on April 4.
The four seniors on the Chase baseball roster want to erase the memories of last year's 2-19 season. They took a big step in that direction Friday, defeating North Henderson, 8-5, at home.
Sports Editor Travis Durkee and reporter Jacob Conley discuss the state basketball playoffs and the upcoming baseball/softball seasons in Rutherford County.
Seven wrestlers from Rutherford County entered the 2A North Carolina wrestling championships on Thursday, but just four advanced to the second round set to take place on Friday. All four wrestlers to advance are from R-S Central.
It all comes down to this. Seven wrestlers from Rutherford County will take the mats this afternoon in hopes of winning a 2A individual state championship.
The East Rutherford Cavaliers proved to be too powerful for their county rivals, Chase, Friday night on the road. They used long runs in the first and second quarters to pull away for a 79-50 win.
Coaches and players are creatures of habit, and when snow comes, the habit and routine is interrupted. With the latest storm, enough games were postponed to where the South Mountain Athletic Conference (SMAC) decided to cancel its annual basketball tournament to allow teams ample time to complete their regular seasons.
The unprecedented move wasn’t a popular one among local coaches.
Another winter dreamscape has created another scheduling nightmare for area basketball teams.
One might assume coach would be discouraged after a 92-63 loss, but not Chase head coach Joe Jessen after his Trojans lost by that final to Kings Mountain at home on Friday.