A.C. Reynolds in its home finale treated fans to a comeback victory.
West Henderson’s historic season is at a record-tying 12 straight victories, with the latest one a high-scoring thriller.
North Buncombe High School senior Juliana Mendoza (second from the left) signed to play softball for North Greenville University (NGU) in the NBHS school’s cafeteria last week, where her family looked on as she inked the deal. According to their website, “NGU is a private, Christian university located in upstate South Carolina… with over 125 […]
Reynolds won by one point, while Erwin lit up the scoreboard to exit in style.
Hendersonville fended off West Lincoln 36-29 on Halloween week to spook the ghost of running opponents.
Hendersonville and Owen are the last local soccer teams still in the playoffs, heading into this week.
The Flying Falcon Marching Band’s halftime time-themed show featured Coldplay‘s 2004 pop hit “Clocks.” This is timely. It reflected how West was “clocking” Tuscola. The band also played the latest James Bond film’s theme, Billie Eilish’s “No Time To Die” from 2020. Clearly it was time for Tuscola league title hopes to perish in this clash of unbeaten titans.
The volleyball post-season lasted a full week for a local squad.
North Henderson beat usual frontrunner West in the conference tourney finals to break their tie. This is hailed as one of the few volleyball league titles for NHHS since the school opened in 1993, and possibly its first one.
Big Cats pounced on loose balls as HHS won a defensive battle, to solidify its hold on second place and a playoff berth.