The South Caldwell Spartans scored nine unanswered runs to win the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference tournament championship with a 9-2 victory over Fred T. Foard on Thursday night at M.S. Deal Stadium.
The South Caldwell Spartans overcame a five-run deficit to claim a 9-6 victory over Hickory in the semifinals of the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference tournament on Wednesday night at M.S. Deal Stadium.
The South Caldwell soccer team hung on late to claim a 2-1 victory over archrival Hibriten on Tuesday night in Sawmills.
The Hibriten Panthers had two runners on with one out in the bottom of the seventh, but couldn't convert, resulting in a 5-4 loss to St. Stephens in the first round of the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference tournament on Tuesday night in Lenoir.
South Caldwell's Jon Bolick threw a no-hitter to lead the Spartans in an 11-1 victory in six innings over Freedom in the first round of the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference tournament on Tuesday night in Sawmills.
Hibriten senior Trace Triplett collected two hits, including the game-winning RBI single in the top of the eighth inning to give the Panthers a 3-1 victory in eight innings over Hickory on Friday night in Hickory.
On a cold mountain night at Pioneer Field, the South Caldwell Spartans hung on to ensure a 21-0 regular season mark with a 3-2 victory over the home-standing Watauga Pioneers.
The Hibriten Panthers managed just three hits on Tuesday night, resulting in a 3-2 loss to Patton.
The South Caldwell Spartans scored six runs in each of the second and third innings to claim a 12-0 victory in five innings over Freedom High School on Tuesday night in Morganton.
Hibriten High School has announced that Roger Burgess is the new head girl's basketball coach.
The South Caldwell Spartans allowed just one Patton hit en route to a 5-1 victory over the Panthers on Saturday in Sawmills.
West Caldwell starting pitcher Justin Reece threw all seven innings and allowed just one earned run on two hits, while striking out five to help the Warriors knock off Maiden 5-2 on Friday afternoon in Gamewell.
The South Caldwell Spartans scored six runs in each of the second and third innings en route to a 15-1 victory in five innings over Patton on Wednesday night in Sawmills.
The 36th Annual ACC Barnstorming Tour made its way to Taylorsville on Monday night to take on the Alexander County All-Stars.
The South Caldwell baseball team scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie and claim a 5-2 victory over Crest in the second round of the Shelby Easter Baseball Tournament on Wednesday night at Keeter Stadium/Veterans Field.
The Hibriten Panthers won their opening-round game of the East Burke Easter Baseball Tournament with a 14-0 victory over the East Burke junior varsity team on Wednesday afternoon in Icard.
The Hibriten softball team came out on the losing end of a back-and-forth affair against East Burke, falling 11-9 in the first round of the Cherryville Easter Softball Tournament.
The West Caldwell Warriors dropped their first-round game in the Catawba County Easter Classic with an 8-7 loss to Maiden on Monday night at the Hickory Legion Fairgrounds.
The South Caldwell Spartans exploded for 10 runs on nine hits in the bottom of the second en route to an 11-0 victory in five innings over Watauga on Tuesday night in Sawmills.
The West Caldwell Warriors allowed two runs off an error with two outs in the top of the seventh to drop a 3-1 decision to Bunker Hill on Tuesday afternoon in Gamewell.
The West Caldwell Warriors scored four second-half goals to cruise to a 5-0 victory over West Lincoln on Monday night in Gamewell.
The South Caldwell Spartans scored six unanswered runs to claim a 7-4 victory over Fred T. Foard on Wednesday night in Sawmills.
The West Caldwell Warriors are still in search of their first win of the season after a 7-3 loss to East Lincoln on Tuesday night in Gamewell.
The South Caldwell Spartans improved to 4-0 in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference with a 10-0 victory in five innings over Freedom on Wednesday night in Sawmills.
Starting pitcher Jacob Raby was masterful in the win. He threw all five shutout innings and allowed just three hits, while striking out 12. He struck out seven straight batters spanning from the third through the fifth inning. Nine of the final 10 batters he faced went down on strikes.
"That was a pretty impressive outing by Raby," said South head coach Jeff Parham. "His curve ball was real tight and it worked real well for him. We still got a ways to go. We're just going to keep working to get better."
The Spartans scored runs in four of the five innings, starting with two in the first. Brock Johnson scored the first run on a wild pitch. On the same play, a throwing error by the catcher allowed courtesy runner Seth Ingle to score and give South a 2-0 lead. Johnson reached base with a walk and Ingle was running for Brett Macchia, who reached on an error.
South Caldwell added three more runs in the bottom of the third. Raby led off with a bunt single and moved to second on a groundout by Tanner Parham. Johnson followed with a single before Macchia hit a two-run double to deep left center. Two batters later, Ingle, running for Macchia, scored on a sacrifice bunt by Bailey Dollar to extend the lead to 5-0.
In the bottom of the fourth, Hunter Church led off with a walk and Dylan Wingler reached on an error. Church came in to score on an RBI groundout by Parham. Two batters later, Macchia reached on an error that allowed Wingler to score to give South a 7-0 advantage.
The Spartans put the game away in the bottom of the fifth. Dollar led off with a walk and Wingler later doubled. Raby followed with a two-run single up the middle to make it 9-0. After Parham walked, Johnson hit an RBI single to score courtesy runner Tanner Green and end the game at 10-0.
South Caldwell will be back in action on Saturday afternoon when it travels across the county to take on West Caldwell.
South Caldwell pitchers Rian Haire and Alex Laws combined to shut out Hickory High School to help the Spartans to a 4-0 victory over the Red Tornadoes on Tuesday night in Sawmills.