Thomas Jefferson compete in the Southern Piedmont Conference Track Championships on Wednesday and finished in fourth place on the girls’ side and second on the boys’.
Thomas Jefferson midfielder Alain Colnot has signed to play collegiate soccer at Queens University in Charlotte.
Although we're getting into the spring sports groove, memories of the recent basketball still linger. With that in mind, The Daily Courier is proud to present its 2013-14 All-County basketball teams.
The Thomas Jefferson Lady Gryphons used a familiar formula to snap a three-game losing streak, pitching and defense. Brianna Kale turned in another dominating performance in the circle with 13 strikeouts, giving the sophomore 104 total punch outs on the season while the defense only committed one error behind he in a 5-2 win over the WCAA Trailblazers Friday.
After a five-error game cost Thomas Jefferson a win against Highland Tech on Monday, the Gryphons repeated the act on Tuesday in a 6-4 loss to Cherryville at McNair Field that included six errors.
TJCA (3-6, 1-5 SPC) took a 4-3 lead in the fifth inning and looked poised to pull of an early-season upset, but a passed pall and a fielding error allowed the Ironmen (7-2, 5-0 SPC) to retake a lead they didn't relinquish.
Despite being equal in hits, one number on the scoreline made the biggest difference for the Thomas Jefferson baseball team.
The Daily Courier Sports Editor Travis Durkee and Jacob Conley discuss Rutherford County sports as well as the ACC tournament and the Carolina Panthers decision to release longtime WR Steve Smith.
Lady Toppers rally past Crest
RUTHERFORDTON — After falling behind by two goals in the early going, R-S Central girls’ soccer scored four unanswered goals to beat Crest, 4-2, Tuesday night at home.
After giving up two quick goals, the Thomas Jefferson girls soccer team kept pace with Avery.
Chase and Thomas Jefferson postponed all sporting scheduled for Friday due to inclement weather.