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Blues win first tournament of summer

The Carolina Blues were all smiles last weekend after capturing the first place trophy for the “One Day Shoot-out” sanctioned by the AAU girl’s fast-pitch softball organization, in Concord, N.C.
The Blues are Mint Hill-Indian Trail-Matthews girls who play girls fast-pitch tournament travel ball in the 16U age bracket.
They won four out of five games played and won the tournament championship by defeating the Stanly County Fireballs 4-3. The Fireballs had beaten the Blues, their only loss, earlier in the day, 5-1.
This is the Blues first  tournament win in the young summer season.  They are planning on bringing home more of the “bling” as the summer progresses. […]

By |June 15th, 2009|Sports|2 Comments

Butler softball’s Courtney Moore signs with college

Courtney Moore, a Butler High School senior, will play softball next year with Stanly Community College. She is pictured here with Coaches Brian Cottom, Ray McCrodden, and Barry Eberhardt after signing her letter of intent last week.

By |May 18th, 2009|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments

Mohamed Massaquoi talks about visiting Bears, draft day prospects

Mohamed Massaquoi, former wide receiver for Independence High School and University of Georgia, visited with the Chicago Bears this week for a pre-draft workout. Massaquoi has been moving up most draft charts. On the comparison between him and Hakeem Nicks, another former Patriots star wide receiver:
I think we’re different. I really don’t know what class […]

By |April 10th, 2009|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Carolina Panthers’ Jordan Gross visits Bain

Jordan Gross was at Bain Elementary School last week to raise awareness about cystic fibrosis. The school is raising money to help find a cure for the disease.[imagebrowser id=71]

By |April 2nd, 2009|Schools, Sports|0 Comments