Don’t bet against Seth Maness when he steps on the pitcher’s mound.
The Carolina Enforcers, a local 21-and-over men’s amateur baseball team, will make its debut Saturday at Union Pines High School with a 12:30 p.m. scrimmage against the Sandhills Sand Gnats.
We're not talking poles, bobbers and various forms of bait when it comes to the Animal Planet show featuring these two Moore County brothers. It's called various names, but here in North Carolina the sport is commonly called catfish grabbling.
Dennis Johnson may have moved on, but the Sand Gnats are still in business.
Jacob Talbert’s basketball journey started in his backyard, shooting hoops with his father.
Most of the money for the $1.2 million expansion came from longtime school supporter Bill Russell, said school athletics director Aaron Denton.
The Pinecrest wrestling team just keeps on getting better in individual tournament competition.
For a guy who didn’t take up mountain biking until he went to Appalachian State University, Derek Whitescarver has settled into the sport in a big way.
Bill Doerr still has a bit of the captain in him when it comes to his former teams.
Back in 1997, a group of tennis players gathered at Pinehurst Resort to form a USTA super senior team to compete against other teams in the Sandhills area.