Rosewood football wins service award
The Rosewood High School football was named one of eight winners of the Commissioner’s Cup for community service in the 2018-19 school year. The Eagles, who were sponsored by head coach Robert Britt, visited the Ronald McDonald House of Greenville to update the landscaping, building exterior, walls, cabinets and windows, and give the staff of the Ronald McDonald House much-needed help in completing tasks they didn’t have the time for. A group of football players also took time to visit with children suffering from life-threatening illnesses at Vidant Medical Center. These young men spend time with these children and leave them with a small football as a gift. Anywhere from 30-50 children and their parents are touched through Rosewood Football’s service.
C.B. Aycock 4, Farmville Central 3
Austin Booth’s three RBI night helped the Golden Falcons fly over Farmville Central. Davis Carroll was 2-2 with a double and an RBI, while Christian Brady on the win on the mound by pitching three innings, giving up two hits and throwing three strikeouts.
Rosewood 23, East Wake 1 (Monday)
The Eagles scored 12 runs in the first inning and 10 runs in the third inning to dominate East Wake 23-1. Will Albert was a 3-3 from the plate with a four RBIs and a double. Logan Price, Carson Hatem, Will Harris and Tanner Capps all finished with three RBIs. Connor Casey and Patrick Jones each had two RBIs, while Jonah Clark, Connor Wise and Logan Merritt all had one RBI. Jones also got the win on the mound. He pitched four innings, gave up one run and tossed seven strikeouts. In one inning of relief, Bryce Wirhouski gave up one hit and zero runs.
Eastern Wayne 8, South Lenoir 1 (Monday)
Sam Rice was 2-2 with four RBIs as the Warriors took care of business against South Lenoir. Ryan Sullivan, Josh Gross, Wesley Case each had an RBI. Andrew Fricks pitched a complete game, allowed only two hits, one run and retired 11 batters.
Goldsboro 9, Jones Senior 6 (Monday)
Natorian Nobles pitched six innings, gave six runs (two earned) and tossed four strikeouts as the Cougars defeated Jones Senior. In one inning of relief, Brody Morton allowed zero hits and threw two strikeouts. Offensivley, the Cougars were led by Josh Hartsfield and Cameron Roux, who both finished with three RBIs. Peyton Wilkins had two RBIs, while Matthew Lewis and Cole McFatter also played well.
S. Wayne 5, N. Lenoir 1 (Monday)
Luke Davis pitched six and one-third innings and struck out three batters to lead the Saints past North Lenoir. Davis, Justin Edwards and Josh Wall all finished the game with an RBI. In two-thirds innings of relief, Dylan Whitley gave zero hits, zero runs and threw one strikeout.
Faith Christian 6, Greenville Christian 1 (Monday)
Cal Reese had two RBIs as Faith Chritian won its seventh game of the season against Greenville Christian. Daniel Thompson, Silas Hill and Garrett Pendergraft each had an RBI. Reese also pitch four and two thirds innings, giving up one hit, one run, and fanning eight.
Harrells Christian 14, Wayne Christian 3 (Thursday)
Jaxon Bauer and Will White both had an RBI, but the Eagles dropped a game against Harrells Christian.
Prep JV baseball
C.B. Aycock 5, West Johnson 4 (Friday)
In game one of the West Johnston JV Easter Tournament, Charles B. Aycock came back to beat the tournament host, West Johnson, in the opening round. It’s the fourth straight game in which the Golden Falcons had a come from behind victory. Three of the four wins had games that went to extra inning games and were by the Golden Falcons during the final at-bat. Starting pitcher, Hunter Theriac put early defensive miscues behind him to stymie the West Johnston offense for five innings surrendering only four hits, while striking out three batters. Cullen Tucker followed Theriac with three solid innings of his own allowing just one unearned run in the top of the seventh. The Golden Falcons tied up the game in the bottom of the inning as the Wildcats staff unraveled by issuing five walks. Tucker slammed the door shut in the top of the eighth with a called strikeout to set up the dramatic win in the bottom of the inning as D.J. Madrigal raced home from third on an errant throw that allowed the score.
The LGA at Lane Tree recently finished its seventh week of play. On the Red Tees, Lou Ellen Wilson had the game of the week, while Sue Glover and Barbara Hill won the Low Net and Low Putts, respectively.