In the final regular season games for both Northern Vance and J.F. Webb’s girls’ soccer teams this season, the hosts Lady Warriors cruised to an 8-0 shutout victory on Wednesday.
In a win or go home scenario on Tuesday, the Kerr-Vance Academy Spartans baseball team displayed their full arsenal of talent in a 10-2 win over Northwood Temple in the opening round of the 2015 North Carolina Independent Athletic Association 1A baseball playoffs.
Facing each other for the first time this season, the J.F. Webb Lady Warriors softball team cruised to a 16-2 victory over Northern Vance at Northern on Monday.
In a match up between two teams both looking to end losing skids, the Northern Vance Vikings baseball team topped J.F. Webb 3-2 in nine innings on Monday in a contest where the Vikings honored their lone senior, Kale Boone.
After advancing to the second round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association playoffs, both the Warren County High School boys and girls’ basketball teams were well represented on the postseason 2015 2A Northern Carolina Conference all-conference lists.
I write this week’s column at around 38,000 feet in the air while returning from a business trip to the Dominican Republic, which is on the island of Hispaniola southeast of Cuba.
For Katie McAllister, a childhood dream was achieved this past week.
Playing without their leading goal scorer, the Southern Vance girls’ soccer team struggled to ever establish an offensive rhythm on Thursday against visiting Granville Central.
Coming off a 6-5 loss versus Northwood that went eight innings, the J.F. Webb softball team bounced back and defeated Franklinton 9-5 on Wednesday in Oxford.
Meeting for the first time ever, the Northern Vance Lady Vikings softball team defeated Oxford Prep 19-7 in six innings at the Oxford Park Athletic Complex on Wednesday.