HiToms advance to their third state tournament in four years
Game 5 set for Thursday, 7 p.m. at Finch Field
Game 3 set for Tuesday at Kernersville
Games 4&5 (if necessary) would be at Finch Field
Americans get 17 hits in 10-0 victory
Second round to begin Monday
Leads CPL with .444 batting average
Your Archdale Bass Club’s June 7 tourney on Tuckertown Reservoir is a striking example of what is right in our communities.
Edwards, McLean and Trejo each homer
HiToms hope to make it back to state tournament after missing out last season
Your Archdale Bass Club launched to just above frost-forming temperatures at High Rock Lake May 17. The greeting we got from the bass was just about as chilly.
This month’s BASSMaster Magazine ranked Randleman Regional Reservoir No. 61 in this year’s national top 100 lakes.
It’s official. Trinity High School’s Jordan “J.J.” Johnson will continue his football career at Guilford College. At age 5, Johnson loved playing football in his backyard so much that his dad Perez Johnson signed him up with the Blue Devils, a little league team that played games at Archdale-Trinity Middle School.
The Guil-Rand Rage won two games and tied a third to capture third place in the under-12 boys' division of the King of the Hill Tournament in Boone this past weekend.
The South’s love of sweet tea and fried chicken has led to an alarming statistic. According to the Center for Disease Control, North Carolina’s rate of diabetes is 9.4 percent of the population, higher than the 8.4 national rate.
Dakota Shaw of the Randleman Outdoor Youth Club, along with Chris Carnes of the South Fork club near Charlotte, finished second in the North Carolina’s youth teams in the Southern BASS Regional Tournament held at Lake Eufaula, Ala. the week of April 14.
The Archdale-Trinity Panthers looks forward to another great season, said league volunteers. League emphasis football fundamentals along with faith, family and future.