North Central kicked off its softball season last week with the inaugural Lady Knight Invitational. The Lady Knights hosted five other teams in the "Beat Cancer With a Bat" tournament.
Due to Tuesday's inclement weather, the North Central High School varsity softball team's inaugural "Beat Cancer with a Bat" Lady Knight Invitational will begin this evening in Boonetown.
The North Central High School varsity softball team is sponsoring the inaugural "Beat Cancer With a Bat" Lady Knight Invitational beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
This, from the bad news just got worse department.
Whenever there has been a need for assistance at North Central High School, whether athletic- and/or academic-wise, Leonard Price can always be counted on to do more than his fair share for the students.
FORT MILL – Standing inside Indian Land High School's weight room, North Central boys' basketball head coach Andy Johnson just shook his head and grinned as the questions started coming at him.
There was a point in his years at North Central when Clarence Williams was down on himself and wondered what was out there for him, both athletically and academically.
Leading from start to finish, the North Central boys' basketball team came away with a 61-53 win over visiting Pelion in a Region 3-AA game played last Friday night in Boonetown.
In those old-time Westerns, the Calvary always waited until the end of the movie to come in and save those in distress.
Switching out five new players at a time, Eau Claire wanted to wear down North Central. And, as the minutes started to dwindle, so did the Lady Knights' energy.
Proving that even the basketball gods get time off for the holidays, North Central was able to put aside the ghosts of close games past for, at least, one night.
Less than 24 hours after an exhausting, come-from-behind overtime win over Westminster-Catawba, the North Central boys' basketball team was doubled up by Cheraw, 68-34, in Friday's championship game of the May Plant Credit Union Carolina Classic played at The Castle in Boonetown.
Andrew Jackson grabbed the early lead against North Central and held onto the advantage throughout the game en route to a 71-63 victory over the visiting Knights in a non-region basketball game played on Friday in Kershaw.
Following a one-sided loss to rival Andrew Jackson on Tuesday, the North Central boys returned to the court on Friday and dismantled host Robert E. Lee Academy, 77-36, in a game played in Bishopville.
Mitch Lowder laughed when talking about an honor which has been 32 years in the making.
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