Summer baseball is here, as Rutherford County’s American Legion team, Post 423, is scheduled to begin its season with a pair of home games this weekend.
The R-S Central softball team ran through its first two opponents in the 2A state playoffs, but on Tuesday night the third-seeded Lady Hilltoppers ran into a tough Parkwood squad, falling by a 3-1 final at the hands of the 11th-seeded Lady Rebels at the Palace.
All four Rutherford County high school track and field teams capped their seasons this past weekend at the state meets on the campus of North Carolina A&T, beginning with the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy boys squad in the 1A state championship last Friday and several participants from Chase, R-S Central and East Rutherford in the 2A state championship last Saturday.
Score from Tuesday night's softball game.
Home sweet home.
Friday's second-round 2A state playoff scores.
The North Surry baseball team bounced R-S Central in the opening round of the 2A state playoffs on Wednesday, defeating the 30th-seeded Hilltoppers by a 4-2 final.
It took a while, but Salisbury eventually got it going against R-S Central in the first round of the 2A girls soccer playoffs.
Haley White pitched a gem and two key early hits powered R-S Central to an 11-1 win over 30th-seeded Forest Hills in the first round of the NCHSAA 2A state softball playoffs Wednesday night.
Wednesday's 1A and 2A first-round state playoff results.