AVONDALE — Thomas Jefferson football coach Jerry Cash readily admits he doesn’t know much about the Gryphon’s opponent tonight, the Stuart Cramer Storm.
In films, it only takes a five-minute montage show progression as an underdog athlete or team readies itself for the championship match.
BLACKSBURG, S.C. – The Thomas Jefferson Academy Gryphons’ defense posted dual shutouts in their final exhibition before Friday’s season opener against Stuart Cramer.
Despite having a four-win season in 2013, the Thomas Jefferson Academy Lady Gryphons volleyball team feels confident going into Monday’s season opener against Mitchell.
Football teams from East Rutherford, Chase and R-S Central take on N. Gaston, Landrum and W. Lincoln in the final exhibition before the regular season tonight at Allen Stadium.
Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy has named Jamie Hicks as the new head baseball coach.
Hicks replaces Chris White, who accepted the athletic director’s position at Burns High School earlier this month.
The mantle is filling up quickly for East Rutherford pitcher Savannah Davis.
On Sunday, Davis was named 2A Pitcher of the Year for western North Carolina by the North Carolina Softball Coaches Association (NCSCA).
After 10 years as a physical education instructor and coach for multiple sports, Mike Caldwell is getting the chance to run the show as the new athletic director at Thomas Jefferson.
Postseason honors continue to pour in for local softball players. The North Carolina Softball Coaches Association (NCSCA) released its all-district selections Tuesday which included 14 players from Rutherford County on the District 8 list.
fter a 2014 season full of outstanding performance by dozens of Rutherford County high school softball players, The Daily Courier is proud to present its 2014 All-County Softball Team.