TARBORO — Cancer survivor, Leta Bateman, throws out the first pitch of the B&G Fitness cancer benefit baseball game Saturday at Municipal Stadium. B&G raised money for the Edgecombe Cancer Support Foundation. They had a 50/50 raffle and three separate drawings to win different prizes.
Harrell returning to Louisville
Former North Edgecombe basketball star Montrezl Harrell tweeted Monday that he was returning to Louisville for his junior season.
NORTH PITT 9, TARBORO 3
Responsibility and focusing on defense has been the two main priorities for the Tarboro Vikings this season.
NORTH PITT 7, SOUTHWEST 4
The offensive struggles continued for the SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars Friday night as they managed just four hits off of four North Pitt Panthers pitchers. The Cougars also left 12 runners stranded in a 7-4 loss to Eastern Plains Conference foe.
Tarboro beats North Pitt 5-0
Different games mean different systems for Tarboro soccer.
Wild pitches, walks doom Lady Vikings
Using the strategy of trying to save arms for pitching a conference game today came back to haunt the Tarboro Lady Vikings Wednesday night against county rival SouthWest Edgecombe Lady Cougars.
Tarboro commits 8 errors; loses battle for 1st place in TRC
The Tarboro Vikings were denied first place in the Two Rivers Conference Tuesday when the Riverside Knights defeated them 12-3 to gain the top spot.
Harrell throws no-hitter
Tarboro freshman Chandler Harrell was able to do something no other softball pitcher has done in quite some time for the Vikings – throw a no-hitter.
Wells sets tone in Tarboro win
Relief pitching has been an issue for the Tarboro Vikings this season after they get past their No. 1 starter Jordyn Holland. Sophomore Trey Wells changed that pattern Thursday night when he manned the mound in the third inning while trailing 5-2.
Kelly earns complete game victory
North Edgecombe Warriors coach Jason Miller saw a lot of fixable things his team needs to work on Tuesday when they overcame mental and physical mistakes to defeat the Rocky Mount Prep Jaguars, 13-8 in Two Rivers Conference action.
Cougars lose 11-1 in five innings
BETHEL – SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars first-year coach Andrew Harrell took part of the responsibility for his team's sub par performance in wet, rainy conditions Friday. His Cougars were routed 11-1 by the North Pitt Panthers in five innings due to the mercy-run rule.
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