After dropping three straight games, the Patton baseball team capped off a three-win week at home against in-county and Northwestern Foothills 2A Athletic Conference rival Draughn on Friday evening in a 10-5 victory.With the game knotted up at 3-3 in the fifth inning, Patton designated hitter Justin Dula came through with bases-clearing double to centerfield to give the Panthers the advantage for good.
A former Freedom High basketball standout and Ryan Odom pupil, Rob Noyes, was in attendance in Charlotte on Friday night as Odom’s UMBC squad pulled the biggest upset in NCAA Tournament history over Virginia.Noyes and fellow Freedom graduate Darrion Evans were on Odom’s Lenoir-Rhyne squad in his lone season guiding the Bears in 2015-16. That team made it to the NCAA D-II Elite Eight.“He deserves it. That whole staff that was at L-R has worked so hard and they’re so into it,” Noyes said.
VALDESE — One of Draughn High’s most versatile athletes of the past few years will continue her volleyball playing career at the collegiate level.Shaedyn Housh, a senior standout for the Wildcats in volleyball, softball and basketball, signed on Friday to play volleyball for Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst. She will join the Flyers program this fall.Housh has been a part of the Lady Wildcats’ playoff seasons in volleyball the past two years.
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