The Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth softball all-stars didn’t make it to regional play, but the 16-and-under squad managed to exceed expectations as its summer came to a close Sunday at the Eastern N.C. State Tournament.
The summer is over for the Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth softball all-stars. The last team alive, the 16-and-under group, was eliminated from the Eastern N.C. State Tournament in Washington Sunday.
The Henderson/Vance 16-and-under Babe Ruth softball all-star team claimed a 10-0, five-inning win over Nash Central late Saturday night.
The Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth 16-and-under softball all-stars didn’t get any games in Friday due to inclement weather and were scheduled to play their first bracket round match Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
Mike Rotolo has resigned as head coach of the Vance-Granville men’s basketball team after one season.
Mike Norwood’s Henderson/Vance 16-and-under Babe Ruth softball all-stars enter bracket play Friday at the Eastern N.C. State Tournament in Washington as a No. 1 seed. The team finished pool play with a 2-1 record to top the National Division after Thursday’s 4-0 win over Currituck
The 16-and-under softball all-stars were the first Henderson/Vance team to get in the win column in the Babe Ruth Eastern N.C. State Tournament in Washington following Wednesday’s 11-7 win over Nash Central.
The Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth softball all-star teams got off to rough starts Tuesday in the Eastern N.C. State Tournament in Washington.
Four Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth softball all-star teams begin Eastern N.C. State Tournament play Tuesday, July 9 at Washington’s Susie Gray McConnell Sports Complex.
Five Henderson/Vance Babe Ruth all-star teams are still alive after a weekend of tournament action. The 13-year-old baseball all-stars bypassed the districts, automatically advancing to the state tournament.