TeamTrezz, the fourth grade AAU travel basketball team in Rocky Mount, recently finished a 15-game season that included five tournaments.
Wednesday, December 09, 2020
Vincent Fondacaro, a former college baseball catcher with five years of collegiate coaching experience, has been named as the 2021 head coach/manager for the Tarboro River Bandits.
Tuesday, December 01, 2020
The Tar River Youth Soccer Association will host free assessments and tryouts this week for the 2021 spring season.
Saturday, November 14, 2020
That Peachtree Hills Golf Course plans to host a golf tournament in December isn’t out of the ordinary. Yet this isn’t the traditional game of golf one would find being played on fairways and greens.
Thursday, November 05, 2020
A long-running golf tournament in Rocky Mount recently held and completed another edition.
Monday, October 05, 2020
Athletic fields all over sat empty for much of the spring as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. Many baseball and softball fields, soccer pitches and basketball courts didn’t see the usual excitement as the response shuttered leagues.
After playing seven games on the five hottest days of the year between Friday and Wednesday, the Tarboro River Bandits pitching staff was feeling the effects of the heat and humidity.
Watching skilled players is a nice perk that comes along with the high school basketball playoff tournament. And with the tournament entering the third round on Saturday, opportunities to consume prep hoops are dwindling.
Tarboro’s Tar River Bandits will open their inaugural season in the Carolina Virginia Collegiate Baseball League with an inter-league exhibition game with the Edenton Steamers on May 26 at Tarboro’s Municipal Stadium.
College-level baseball is officially coming to Tarboro beginning in May 2020, as the Tar River Bandits have been awarded a franchise in the Carolina-Virginia Collegiate League (CVCL) and the Town of Tarboro has a signed contract with the team as owner Wayne Turnage has begun putting his team…
At the end of the high school baseball season, Nash Central coach Willie Langley was contacted by a scout from a major league baseball team.