The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy baseball team defeated Piedmont Community Charter by a 12-2 final in five innings on Monday night at McNair Field.
Alyssa Edwards scored a game-winner in the 71st minute as the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy Lady Gryphons rallied past the Lady Rams of Highland Tech, 3-2, in soccer action Monday.
Listed below are the scores that had been received as of Tuesday night.
The West vs. Midwest 1A All-Star high school basketball teams had a full day of activities on Saturday. The West boys, West girls, Midwest boys and Midwest girls all had practice sessions during midday, and the coaches and players along with parents and friends were provided a meal (banquet style) at the First Baptist Church of Cherryville. Each player and coach was given gifts of a T-shirt, a plaque and a lanyard. The event’s keynote speaker was Cherryville mayor H.L. Beam III.
After winning its first two games of the season, the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy baseball team is in the midst of a four-game losing streak, with the latest example a 13-9 setback to Pine Lake Prep Friday at McNair Field.
The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy softball team had scored just two runs over its first five games combined, but the Lady Gryphons made up for their lack of offensive production on Friday evening.
Alyssa Edwards and Mikayla Burleson each had a goal and an assist as the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy girls soccer team remained unbeaten at 3-0-1 on the season with a 3-1 win at Avery County (4-4) on Friday.
Friday's in-county soccer, softball and baseball scores, along with a score from Thursday
The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy softball team committed nine errors, which led to 10 unearned runs in a five-inning, 11-1 loss to Bessemer City (3-0, 2-0 Southern Piedmont Conference) Tuesday.
The Bessemer City baseball team sent 17 men to the plate and scored 12 runs in the first inning to rout the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy Gryphons, 16-0, Tuesday night at McNair Field.