The conference will hold tournaments in both sports this week to crown tournament champs, but the three top seeds for the N.C. High School Athletic Association are all set with the Rams in baseball and the Trojans in softball.
It wouldn’t seem right if a Greater Neuse River 4A Conference tennis competition ended with anything other than victories by Clayton. The Comets have dominated the boys and girls ranks of the league for the past half-plus-decade and haven’t dropped a league dual match in the four-year history of the Class of 2016.
The Two Rivers 3A Conference will hold conference tournaments in baseball and softball this week. Cleveland is the regular-season baseball champion and South Johnston won the regular-season softball title.
Monday’s N.C. High School Athletic Association 3A East Golf Regional followed two storylines that have dominated the two previous Two Rivers 3A Conference matches held this year at Reedy Creek Golf Course.
Dozens of past players and hundreds of fans came together Friday for another big night of North Johnston softball as the school named its field in honor of legendary coach George Daniels. Daniels, affectionately known to most of his players as simply, “George,” served as North’s coach for more than three decades.