It just might be time to break out the rabbit's foot, find a four-leaf clover or, taking a page from "Major League," sacrifice a live chicken because doing everything in reverse did not work for North Central baseball coach Robbie Cash.
And then, there was one.
The North Central baseball program will hold a two-day, spring break mini-camp on Monday and Tuesday, April 1 and 2, in Boonetown.
North Central continued to score runs in bunches and still sits atop the Region 3-AA softball standings after a pair of conference victories over Columbia High and Fairfield Central last week.
For the first time in its brief history, the North Central High School tennis team is above the .500 mark.
There is nothing like hot pitching to warm up a cold night.
This was about as perfect a start as a first-year coach would want for his team.
There is nothing like a win the day after a loss to take that bad taste out of your mouth.
While it was hardly an artistic success, North Central stayed atop the Region 3-AA softball standings with a 31-21 win over visiting Eau Claire in a game played last Friday night in Boonetown.
Usually, non-conference games in the middle of league play is a time for baseball coaches to give their second or third starters and/or relievers some valuable time on the mound.
On a night in which his team committed three first inning errors which led to five Pelion runs while leaving 10 runners on base in a 7-5 loss to the Panthers last Thursday, North Central baseball coach Robbie Cash was not about to let his players take the brunt of the criticism.
North Central opened its softball regular season with a split of its first two contests.
This was hardly your typical non-conference baseball game.
Watching films of his team's games from the previous Friday night last fall, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn was heard to say --- on more than one occasion --- that some college had to give Dennis Stevens a chance.
One of the victims of the recent spate of unseasonable weather (i.e., rain and snow) has been the fielders in baseball games.
Youth, like ignorance, can sometimes be bliss.
As his team boarded the bus for Friday's game with Indian Land, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn just about had enough healthy bodies to form a hockey line, never mind an offensive line.
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