Baseball

A pinch-hit grand slam by Kasey Caras (Messiah) on a 1-0 count in the top of the fifth lifted the Tarboro River Bandits to a 6-4 come-from-behind win over the Fuquay-Varina Twins in a rain-shortened game Wednesday at Memorial Stadium. Game two of the scheduled double header, in which the Ban…

Wednesday, July 01, 2020

The inability to convert baserunners into runs proved costly for the Tarboro River Bandits on Monday, as Wilson’s Tobs took a 4-1 win at Municipal Stadium.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

After a Saturday split at home with Fuquay-Varina to open Carolina Virginia Collegiate League (CVCL) play, Tarboro’s River Bandits (13-5, 3-1) went on the road Sunday to sweep the Carolina Pirates, 11-0 and 6-2.

Friday, June 26, 2020

Tarboro’s River Bandits (10-3) got hitting when they needed it and pitching when it counted the most, sweeping the Carolina Thunder, 18-7 and 4-1, Wednesday night at Municipal Stadium.

Thursday, June 25, 2020
Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Tarboro’s River Bandits won two of three games in an otherwise wet week for baseball, toppling Edenton’s Steamers, 5-4, on the road Friday night before splitting a twin bill with Fuquay-Varina on Saturday at Municipal Stadium when Tarboro was the visiting team on the scoreboard.

Tarboro’s River Bandits split a pair of doubleheaders with defending Carolina Virginia Collegiate League champions Fuquay-Varina Twins over the weekend, winning 3-2 and 6-3 on Saturday before falling 5-1 and 7-4 on Sunday.

The Tarboro River Bandits got strong pitching, solid fielding and were aggressive at the plate as they won their home opener Wednesday night against the Wake Forest Fungo in a pair of 10-run rule games, 12-2 an 15-5.

Losing most of the spring sports season didn’t put too much of a damper on the college search for two Faith Christian School athletes. The athletic program celebrated two athletic signings on Tuesday, while another athlete was honored with a championship ring.

After the season opening doubleheader was rained out Saturday at Municipal Stadium, the Tarboro River Bandits (2-0) went on the road to sweep a Sunday doubleheader from the Carolina Thunder in games played at Granville Central High School.

The Eastern North Carolina Athletic Officials Association is seeking high school and middle school volleyball officials for the 2020 Season.

A 52-game schedule including natural rivalry games against the Edenton Steamers and Wilson Tobs will highlight the inaugural season of the Tarboro River Bandits, which gets under way Saturday in Municipal Stadium.