Chapel Hill won the boys and girls team titles at Saturday's Orange County Invitational track and field meet. All five Orange County public schools competed, with Cedar Ridge hosting the competition.
With the score knotted up in the bottom of the sixth inning, Perry Christian laced a leadoff double down the left field line, and Cedar Ridge turned that spark into a two-run rally to knock off Big Eight 3-A conference foe Chapel Hill 3-1 Friday night.
Cedar Ridge exploded for three runs in the bottom of the sixth, and pitcher Elliot Orlowski tamed a tough Northern lineup with a complete game gem to stun the Knights 5-2 Friday night in the Hilltop Tournament.
Teams from both Carolinas compete at Myrtle Beach
Chapel Hill wins on baseball diamond
Red Wolves eliminated from playoffs
Now that the weather woes seem to be gone, the state basketball playoffs finally can get started for local team.
Teams hoping to start postseason Wednesday, but some can't start until Thursday
Area wresters have good showing at state finals
South Granville turnaround leads to state tournament appearance
Weather knocks out plans for games as team's prep for state playoffs
Early school closings curtail after-school activities.
Northwood’s Queen brothers were kings for a day at the Big Eight 3-A Conference wrestling tournament at Chapel Hill on Saturday. But Orange, winner of the regular season team championship, crowned five individual champs to seize the team trophy.
South Granville turned in a perfect 5-0 performance and dumped East Wake 48-22 to claim first place Saturday in The Belt team duals wrestling tournament.