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Tuesday, 20 June 2017 14:46

Ober turning pro this time around

At 6-foot-9, Bailey Ober has, for a long time now, been an imposing figure on the mound.

Ashlynn Serepca’s path to soccer success, and ultimately a second straight Gatorade North Carolina Player of the Year honor, was not direct this spring.

Will Robertson will tell you that dreams do, in fact, come true.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 19:57

Greeson the latest Titan coach to resign

After eight years, Chet Greeson has coached his last baseball game at Hopewell High.

Greeson notified the Titan players and their parents of the move on June 6.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 16:06

Wildcats earn respect on the grand stage

The ending of the season was still fresh Saturday night when Dick Cooke climbed onto the team bus outside Texas A&M’s Blue Bell Park and found a handwritten note waiting for him.

Sunday, 11 June 2017 09:47

Wildcats' run ends with late A&M rally

Davidson took stacks of house money onto the field at Texas A&M’s Blue Bell Park for the Super Regionals, but that didn’t make the season's ending any easier to take Saturday night.

Saturday, 10 June 2017 09:10

Davidson's grit shows in loss to A&M

For five innings Friday in Texas, it appeared that maybe just maybe, the Davidson Wildcats were going to get knocked back down to earth.

Davidson relief pitcher Cody White walked into the clubhouse at Wilson Field this week and noticed his Texas A&M cap in his locker.

He promptly removed it.

Lake Norman Charter guard Summer Taylor never thought she would play an organized basketball game on the day of her high school graduation. But Saturday’s Jimmy V All-Star Classic of Lake Norman was different.

Monday, 05 June 2017 16:46

Roommates team up for "the tag"

CHAPEL HILL — Talk about timing.

Davidson right fielder Will Robertson had never thrown anyone out at home plate when the potential tying run rounded third in the ninth inning of Sunday night’s Chapel Hill Regional final against No. 2 North Carolina.

CHAPEL HILL — When the biggest moment — the latest in a series — in Davidson’s 115-year baseball history arrived Sunday night at Boshamer Stadium, it came in the form of a high chopper between first and second.