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6-30-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College cross country, Auto racing

By Richard Walker Gaston College didn’t have to look far for its new cross country coach. The Rhinos, whose 2021 cross country team was the school’s first athletic team in 50 years, have hired title-winning South Point High coach Kody Kubbs as their second head coach. Kubbs replaces Jamie Rosser, who in May was promoted […]

6-29-22 roundup: Pro baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College football, Auto racing

By Richard Walker East Lincoln High senior Keandre Walker announced his commitment to play for the University of Virginia on Tuesday. A 6-foot-3, 180-pounder, Walker is rated a 3-star cornerback by 247sports.com. Virginia first offered Walker on June 16 and he visited the Charlottesville, Va., campus on June 19. He chose the Cavaliers over other […]

6-28-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball and soccer, Legion baseball, Auto racing

By Richard Walker The Charlotte Hornets made their rehiring of Steve Clifford as head coach official during a Tuesday news conference. Clifford, who guided the franchise for five years from 2013 to 2018, said he expected to use the same kind of up-tempo offense that plays to the skills of 2021 NBA Rookie of the […]

6-27-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball and soccer, Legion baseball, College basketball, Auto racing

By Richard Walker Belmont Abbey College didn’t have to look far for a new women’s basketball coach. On Monday, they announced Lincoln Charter School athletic director Kim Lusk will become the ninth women’s basketball head coach in Crusaders’ history. Lusk had 18 of head coaching experience before she spent last season at Lincoln Charter. Lusk […]

6-26-22 roundup: Pro baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball, Auto racing

By Richard Walker Cherryville American Legion Post 100 moved within one victory clinching another regular season title and a No. 1 seed in the upcoming N.C. Area IV playoffs on Sunday with a 5-1 win over visiting Rutherford County. Post 100 improved to 11-2 in the West Division and 16-9 overall as Joseph Webb pitched […]

6-25-22 roundup: Pro baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball, Auto racing

By Richard Walker The Gaston Braves Post 144-266 American Legion baseball team honored one of its pioneers earlier this week at South Point High’s Raider Field. Bob Cloninger, a 1946 charter member of Stanley American Legion Post 266, is believed to be one of the longest-tenured American Legion members in history at 76 years and […]

6-24-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and athletics

By Richard Walker Gastonia’s Isaiah Whaley has agreed to an Exhibit 10 contract with the Charlotte Hornets after he went undrafted in Thursday’s 2022 NBA Draft. A former Grier Middle School and Ashbrook High School standout, Whaley just completed a five-year career at Connecticut with averages of 6.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots […]

BACK TO THE FUTURE: Hornets re-hire Steve Clifford as head coach

By Richard Walker For the second time in Charlotte Hornets history, the franchise will be hiring a head coach for a second tenure as Steve Clifford has agreed to become the organization’s head coach. Clifford will join Paul Silas as two-time Hornets’ head coaches in team history and hopes to guide the franchise back to […]

6-23-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and athletics

By Richard Walker The Charlotte Hornets went big in the draft as they drafted two college centers. But the franchise traded one center away in a deal that will reportedly net five future draft picks and kept the other one. Charlotte first selected Memphis center Jalen Duren with the 13th overall pick in the draft […]

6-22-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker The Charlotte Hornets own three picks in Thursday’s 7 p.m. NBA Draft at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center – Nos. 13 and 15 in the first round and No. 42 in the second round. Will the Hornets keep them all or make a trade or trades? Those possbilities – and when the franchise hires […]

6-21-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker It could be a big week for the Charlotte Hornets. On Tuesday, ESPN’s NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported that veteran NBA head coach Mike D’Antoni was to meet with Hornets owner Michael Jordan on Tuesday to discuss the team’s head coaching position. D’Antoni has long been considered a top candidate, even before […]

6-20-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker For the first time in Charlotte Hornets history, the team will apparently make NBA Draft picks at a time when it doesn’t have a head coach. Team general manager Mitch Kupchak and his staff have hosted 97 pre-draft workouts over 16 dates from May 29 to June 19. Over the weekend, Golden […]

6-19-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and football

By Richard Walker The Charlotte 49ers had eight players selected to Phil Steele’s 2022 Preseason All-Conference USA football teams. Charlotte had four offensive players, two defensive players and two special teamers named to Steele’s annual list of the league’s top players. First team selections included junior wide receiver Grant DuBose, who made an immediate impact […]

6-18-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Upon further review, the Charlotte Hornets do not have a new head coach. ESPN reported Saturday that Kenny Atkinson informed the franchise he won’t become the Hornets new head coach and will remain with the NBA champion Golden State Warriors as the top assistant. Atkinson had reportedly agreed to a four-year contract […]

6-17-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and basketball

By Richard Walker The Charlotte Hornets continued their pre-NBA draft workouts on Friday with the six candidates, including Gastonia’s Isaiah Whaley for the second team. Involved in Friday’s workouts were the following: MarJon Beauchamp (G League Ignite) Malaki Branham (Ohio State) Kendall Brown (Baylor) Bryce McGowens (Nebraska) Isaiah Whaley (UConn) Trevion Williams (Purdue) Whaley, who […]

6-16-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and football

By Richard Walker The first-place Gastonia Honey Hunters completed a 5-1 homestand on Thursday with a 2-0 victory over the Charleston Dirty Birds. Gastonia, which has won seven of its last eight games, improved to 34-15 overall and has a five-game lead in the South Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The full […]

6-15-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Baseball players from Cleveland, Gaston and Lincoln counties were honored this week when the N.C. Baseball Coaches Association announced its 2022 all-state teams. Six Cleveland County, three Gaston County and two Lincoln County players were honored by the NCBCA. In Class 3A, Crest’s Colby Humphries, Kings Mountain’s Charlie Melton and Zane Brockman […]

6-14-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, football and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and basketball

By Richard Walker Former East Lincoln and Lincolnton standout Sage Surratt will be a part of the new United States Football League playoffs. A receiver for the Birmingham Stallions, Surratt has helped his team to the No. 1 seed in the South Division and will meet No. 2 seed New Orleans on June 25 at […]

6-13-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and basketball, Hall of Fame

By Richard Walker In a game that didn’t end until 1:40 a.m. early Monday morning, East Carolina’s storybook baseball season ended in an 11-1 loss to Texas. The defeat gave Texas (47-20) a 2-1 win in a best-of-three NCAA Division I Super Regional Series and denied East Carolina its first College World Series appearance; The […]

6-12-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Former Forestview High standout Reilly Hovis started and went five innings for the victory as the Gastonia Honey Hunters completed a three-game sweep of the rival High Point Rockers 9-5 on Sunday at CaroMont Health Stadium. Hovis, a 2012 Forestview High graduate, improved to 3-2 on the season as Gastonia improved to […]

6-11-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Longtime powers will meet in the final two games of the inaugural June Classic on Sunday at Shelby’s Veterans Field at Keeter Stadium. Group A champion Rowan County meets Cherryville at noon and Group B champion Wayne County will meet host Cleveland County at 2:30 p.m. JUNE CLASSIC 2022 Friday’s games (at […]

6-10-22 roundup: Pro basketball, football, baseball and soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Former Crest standout C.J. Mayhue and former Lincolnton standout Lane Hoover shined on Friday as East Carolina took the opener of a best-of-three series over Texas 13-7 in front of a Clark-LeClair Stadium record crowd of 5,723. Mayhue, a 2019 Crest High graduate, started and went five innings with nine strikeouts for […]

NEW COACH: Hornets set to hire Warriors assistant

By Richard Walker Multiple reports on Friday indicated the Charlotte Hornets have hired Kenny Atkinson to be their new head coach. Atkinson, 55, is currently a Golden State Warriors assistant coach and long been considered a strong candidate since James Borrego was fired on April 22. A source told the The Associated Press on condition […]

6-9-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, High school baseball, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker Unbeaten Big South 3A Conference championship-winning softball team Crest High took two of the three top honors in all-league done by conference coaches. The Chargers’ Aidan Ledbetter was named pitcher of the year and Greg Earl was named coach of the year after Crest went 14-0 in league play. Kings Mountain’s Austyn […]

6-8-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, High school baseball, Legion baseball, College baseball

By Richard Walker The area high school baseball season has come to a close after the 49th advance to a state championship game or series by a Gaston County school last weekend. When Perquimans County defeated Cherryville 2-1 in a best-of-three series, it came in Cherryville’s 15th overall state finals appearance and first finals loss […]

6-7-22 roundup: Pro football, basketball, baseball and soccer, High school football, softball and girls soccer, Legion baseball, College baseball and women’s lacrosse, Hall of Fame

By Richard Walker An East Gaston High player and a pitcher and coach that helped Burns to the league title top the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference’s top softball honors in voting by league coaches for the 2022 season. East Gaston’s Maddison York was named player of the year and league champion Burns was selected for […]

6-6-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, Hall of Fame

By Richard Walker The Bessemer City Sports Hall of Fame will induct its second class on July 30 at the First Wesleyan Church of Bessemer City. The induction class will be comprised of baseball player Chris Mason, the 1986 Bessemer City High School baseball team, coach Calvin Albright, coach Marty Hatchell and football player Phillip […]

6-5-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, High school baseball and softball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Two players who helped Burns High School to its fifth conference title in school history and a coach who led East Gaston to the most wins in a season in its history lead the 2022 All-Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference team. Ben Mauney was named player of the year and Joseph Webb pitcher […]

6-4-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, High school baseball and softball

By Richard Walker UNC-Wilmington signee Tanner Thach was too much for Cherryville this weekend as the Perquimans County left-hander played a key role in both of his team’s wins in the N.C. 1A state championship series at Ting Stadium in Holly Springs. Thach had improved to 13-0 on the season with a 1-hitter with 12 […]

6-3-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball and soccer, High school baseball and softball, College baseball and athletics

By Richard Walker Cherryville High’s baseball team will need to win twice today to take its 11th state title after suffering a hard-luck 1-0 loss to Perquimans County and UNC-Wilmington signee Tanner Thach at Ting Stadium in Holly Springs. The Ironmen (21-11) meet Perquimans (30-1) at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the second game of […]

6-2-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and football, High school baseball, softball and track, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker It’s “Back to the Future” for Kings Mountain High baseball fans as the star of that school’s 1989 state championship team, Paul Brannon, has had his state home run record tied during the 2022 state playoffs. The person who tied his record? His son Brooks Brannon, a senior catcher at Randleman who […]

6-1-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College football, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Gastonia’s Jerry Shaw will be a part of a seven-member 2022 induction class into the Lenoir-Rhyne University Sports Hall of Fame. The late Shaw, the first African-American student-athlete in L-R history in 1967, will be joined by Sarah Atkins, William Combs, Kate Griewisch, Catherine Hauck, Chandler Rearden and Jameil Surratt with Shaw […]

5-31-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker With Charlotte FC having its longest break of the franchise’s inaugural 2022 season, the team has decided Miguel Angel Ramirez has been been fired as head coach and assistant coach Christian Lattanzio will as interim head coach for the rest of the season with goalkeeper coach Andy Quy remaining on staff. “This […]

5-30-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Rivals North Lincoln and East Lincoln gained top honors in All-Western Foothills 3A baseball, softball and girls soccer selections in voting by league coaches and released recently. In baseball, North Lincoln has seven selections led by pitcher of the year Landon Reeves; Matt Heavner, Reece Moody, Maddux Walker, Timmy Schafer, Kellen Karr […]

5-29-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker North Carolina freshman Vance Honeycutt slugged two home runs to power the University of North Carolina to its eighth ACC baseball tournament title on Sunday in a 9-5 victory over N.C. State at Charelotte’s Truist Field. Playing in front of an ACC tournament championship game record of 10,500, Honeycutt’s two-run home run […]

5-28-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker For the second time in ACC baseball tournament championship game history, longtime rivals North Carolina and N.C. State will meet in the championship game. The teams meet on Sunday at noon as North Carolina (37-19) enters with 14 wins in its last 16 games and N.C. State (36-20) looks for its first […]

5-27-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker The ACC baseball tournament semifinal pairings are set and two of the four teams can expect large crowds supporting them on Saturday when the try to advance to Sunday’s championship game. North Carolina, fresh off a 10-0 win over top-seeded Virginia Tech in Friday’s pool play finale, will meet Notre Dame at […]

5-26-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Gaston Day School set school and county history on Thursday when it found out it won the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Wells Fargo all-sports award for Class 2A schools. The Spartans become the first Gaston County school in history to win a statewide all-sports award. In the 2021-22 school year, Gaston […]

5-25-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Three former local standouts will participate in upcoming National Junior College Athletic Association World Series games for the nation’s No. 1 ranked teams in two divisions. In the Division I tournament at Grand Junction, Col., that begins on Saturday, former East Lincoln High standout Ty Cobb and Walters State, Tenn., qualified as […]

5-24-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Gaston County’s first Olympian has a new coaching job. Former North Gaston High star Duane Ross was hired on Tuesday as University of Tennessee track and field coach. A 1991 North Gaston High graduate, Ross is a 2017 Gaston County Sports Hall of Fame inductee who was a state champion hurdler in […]

5-23-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball, girls soccer and basketball, College baseball and football, Legion baseball, Middle school athletics

By Richard Walker Winning five Gaston County Conference Middle School titles were enough to lift Belmont to a comfortable victory in the 2021-22 school year Winner’s Cup all-sports trophy. The Wildcats, who won titles in wrestling, boys basketball, baseball, girls soccer and boys track, racked up 114 1-2 all-sports points to outdistance second-place Cramerton by […]

5-22-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, track and girls soccer, College baseball

By Richard Walker Mountain Island Charter won its second straight N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 1A track championship at North Carolina A&T on Saturday. The Raptors finished with 99 team points to outdistance second-place Union Academy by 47 points. Mountain Island Charter won five events outright, including a pair of relay races. The Raptors […]

5-21-22 roundup: Pro basketball, football, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College golf

By Richard Walker Cherryville and East Lincoln earned berths in the Western N.C. baseball finals with Friday night victories. Both teams have familiarity with the advancing this far, as Cherryville is making its 20th Western N.C. final and East Lincoln is making its fourth Western N.C. final. Cherryville has won Western N.C. titles in 1916, […]

5-20-22 roundup: Pro basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball

By Richard Walker Two area high school baseball teams advanced into next week’s best-of-three Western N.C. championship series with victories on Friday. Friday’s area N.C. High School Athletic Association Western semifinal playoff results: (Class 3A) South Rowan 7, North Lincoln 3: A late South Rowan rally ended North Lincoln’s season. East Lincoln 4, St. Stephens […]

5-19-22 roundup: Pro basketball, football, baseball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College golf

By Richard Walker Kings Mountain High’s first conference title in 13 years led to the team getting top honors in the 2022 Big South Conference all-league selection, highlighted by player of the year Zane Brockman and coach of the year Brad Melton. Kings Mountain had three other all-league picks in Charlie Melton, Caleb Broome and […]

5-18-22 roundup: Pro baseball, soccer, football and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, basketball and athletics

By Richard Walker Trends are emerging among area high school baseball and softball conferences as we prepare for Western semifinal matchups on Friday. For example, the Western Foothills 3A Conference may be the best baseball league in the state as evidenced by its current 10-3 playoff record in addition to providing three of the four […]

FLASHBACK: As ACC tournament returns to Charlotte for second straight year, a look back at when the ACC champion advanced to Gastonia

By Richard Walker As the ACC baseball tournament returns to Charlotte for a second straight year next week, it marks the 50-year anniversary since the ACC champion stopped playing for the right to come to Gastonia’s Sims Legion Park for the NCAA District III tournament. That’s right, from 1956 to 1972, the winners of the […]

5-17-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer, football and hockey, High school baseball, softball, golf and girls soccer, College baseball and athletics

By Richard Walker For the 22nd time in franchise history, the Charlotte Hornets were in the NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday night. And for the 11th time, the Hornets remained in the position in the draft in which they entered as the franchise will choose 13th in the first round of the June 23rd draft […]

5-16-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball, golf and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Local players are on the rosters of three of the seven baseball teams in the NCAA Division II Southeast Regionals that begin play later this week. North Greenville (45-8), the No. 1-ranked team in the country, is the No. 1 seed and host of the three-team Southeast Regional No. 1. Lenoir-Rhyne (44-11) […]

5-15-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College baseball, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker All eight area teams – four baseball and four softball – left in the N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs have history in being this far in the postseason. Entering Tuesday’s third round games, each team has advanced this far and six have made it as far as the regional finals. In […]

5-14-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, football, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Ten area high schools will be in the N.C. High School Athletic Association girls soccer playoffs that begin with Monday’s first-round games. There are four league champions – South Point (19-0) of the Big South 3A, East Gaston (15-2-1) of the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A and East Lincoln (15-3-3) of the Western Foothills […]

5-13-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, football, soccer and hockey, College football, High school baseball, softball and girls soccer, College softball, Middle school girls soccer, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker The coach who guided East Gaston to its winningest baseball season in school history announced his retirement after the Warriors’ 2022 season ended with a second round playoff loss at Randleman. Randy Sellers, who became East Gaston head coach in 2007, guided the Warriors to a 20-7 overall record this season to […]

5-12-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, football, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball, tennis and girls soccer

By Richard Walker The Carolina Panthers’ 2022 schedule was released Thursday night and the team hosts four of its first five games, will play one nationally-televised game and closes the season on the road for six of the last 11 games. Carolina opens the 2022 season at home against the Cleveland Browns in a 1 […]

5-11-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, football, soccer and hockey, High school basketball, baseball, softball and tennis, Middle school baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker Four local players were repeat selections for the HighSchoolOT.com’s all-state girls basketball teams for the 2021-22 season that were announced on Monday. Shelby’s Maraja Pass was named to the first team, Shelby’s Kate Hollifield and Kings Mountain’s Saniya Wilson to the second team and Bessemer City’s Janiya Adams to honorable mention. All […]

5-10-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school basketball, baseball, softball, golf and tennis, College football, Middle school track, baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker The Gaston County Conference middle school track meet was held for the first time since 2019 on Tuesday – and Belmont’s boys and Holbrook’s girls came away as team championship at the Ashbrook High School track. Belmont won its first county title since 1992 and it marked the first time a Division […]

5-9-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school golf, College baseball, Middle school baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker A former local standout played a key role in helping Catawba Valley Community College win the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 10 Division II baseball tournament last weekend – and another local product is also on the Red Hawks’ roster. Zack Summerville, a 2019 North Gaston High graduate, had a walkoff […]

5-8-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball and softball, College baseball, Middle school baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker After the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled the last two Gaston County Conference baseball and girls soccer championship playoffs, they return in 2022 with Belmont the unbeaten top-seeded team in both brackets. In baseball, Belmont (10-0) will host Mount Holly (7-3) in one semifinal and Stanley (9-1) will host Chavis (8-2). Stanley won the […]

5-7-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and track, College baseball, Middle school baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker Mountain Island Charter swept to both Catawba Shores 1A/2A Conference track championships on Thursday. In a meet held at the Mountain Island Charter track, the Raptors girls team had 228 team points to outdistance second place Pine Lake Prep by 100 points. And Mountain Island Charter’s boys team had 217 points to […]

5-6-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school baseball, softball and tennis, College baseball and football, Middle school baseball and girls soccer

By Richard Walker The N.C. High School Athletic Association will unveil the 2022 baseball and softball playoff pairings on Monday and many local teams will be in the field. First round games are slated for Tuesday with future playoff rounds played on May 13, 17, May 20, May 24 through 28 and June 3 and […]

5-5-22 roundup: Pro baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey, High school basketball, baseball, softball and track, College baseball, Middle school baseball and girls soccer, Legion baseball

By Richard Walker Six teams from Cleveland, Gaston and Lincoln counties began competing in the N.C. High School Athletic Association boys tennis dual team playoffs last month – and three remain alive. South Point (13-0) in Class 3A and Burns (11-4) and Lincoln Charter (10-1) in Class 2A will pursue bids in regional finals when […]