The Watauga Junior American Legion team had its scheduled double header with Hibriten rained out Monday night. They will make the game up Friday night at Pioneer Field beginning at 6 p.m. West Caldwell is on the schedule
at home tomorrow night, but more rain is in the forecast. If they play, the double header begins at 6 p.m.
WILKINSON LEAVES HER LEGACY BEHIND
Pitcher Chelsea Wilkinson, a four-year varsity starter at Alexander Central High School who will attend the University of Georgia this fall, made her mark as a great pitcher the last four years.
She finished her career with a North Carolina state record 112 wins, a state record three perfect games in a row (she is second in the state all-time with 16 perfect games), she had 83 shutouts, including 20 this season, she is second in the state all-time with 1,396 strikeouts and she is sixth all-time in the state with a 0.48 earned-run-average.
RAMS INVITED TO NATIONAL TOURNAMENT
The T.C. Roberson High baseball team has been invited to the USA National High School Invitational in Cary, N.C., March 27-30 next season. The tournament features the top 16 high school teams in the country facing off against each other. The games will be played at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary. The Rams (26-3), who eliminated Watauga in the second-round of the Class 4A state playoffs, were ranked No.1 in the Class 4A in the state of North Carolina and fourth nationally by ESPN. The Rams lost to Mallard Creek in the Western Quarterfinals......And catcher Dominick Camarata a rising junior with the Rams will participate in the Perfect Game Junior National Showcase Wednesday and Thursday in Minneapolis. Camarata is just one of three players from North Carolina and the only player from Western North Carolina invited to play in this showcase. He batted .294 with three home runs with 21 runs-batted-in for TCR last season.