Two athletes will represent Rutherford County during the North Carolina East-West All-Star games this week.
The 2015 high school baseball season was certainly an eventful one. East Rutherford again led the pack in terms of Rutherford County teams, while Chase, R-S Central and Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy all made state playoff appearances as well.
For those who understand the challenges of coaching, some just do it better than others.
The 2015 high school softball season gave us another exciting campaign, with R-S Central reaching the third round of the 2A state playoffs and East Rutherford and Chase also qualifying for postseason play. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy didn’t qualify for the 1A state playoffs, but did boast some talented young players.
Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, recently announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2014-15 academic year, following the conclusion of the spring sports season.
The 2015 high school girls soccer season was a historic one, as R-S Central, East Rutherford, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy and Chase all made strides in one way or another.
Region 8 recently released its all-district softball team, and Rutherford County players filled 12 of the slots.
East Rutherford senior Tamara Blanton signed her National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at Salem College on Thursday. Blanton was the only senior on the Lady Cavaliers’ roster this past winter, and now she’ll take her talents to the next level.
It was the tale of two teams as Rutherford County Post 423’s Junior Legion teams faced off with cross-town rival East Rutherford on Wednesday night at East Rutherford High School. Post 423’s red team earned a 4-2 victory in the first game of the doubleheader, while East Rutherford pounded the Post 423 blue team, 14-0, in the nightcap.