MOORESVILLE – Some of the names are different, but the expectations remain the same for the Lake Norman Wildcats baseball team.Coming off 26-win season that propelled the Wildcats into the west regional finals, pitcher Sam Zayicek hopes to take last year’s success at least one game further and bring home a state championship.“We are going in expecting to win it all,” he said Friday as the Wildcats practiced for next week’s season start.Head coachTy WIgginton said he knows last year’s team...
It was a clean sweep for West Middle School Monday night as middle schoolers returned to the diamond for the first time in several years.The return of school-based middle school teams was something principals asked for, and Monday was the season opener for teams across the county.West Middle’s JV softball team took on Northview and won 15-3 and the varsity team faced off against East Middle (which does not have a JV team) and held the Knights to one run in a 10-1 victory.The Mustangs’...
As Statesville Middle School baseball Coach Mike Grant handed out the brand-spanking new jerseys, socks and belts Thursday, eager players gathered to check out the new gear.That’s because these players, along with many others in the middle schools across the county, are making history.
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Selecting a term
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