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‘95 Blast Blue girls ready despite long break

June 7, 2012

After a long break off from winning the state Kepner Cup last fall, the Catawba Valley Youth Soccer Association (CVYSA) ‘95 Blast Blue girls soccer team is ready to compete at the Region III President Cup tournament today in Greensboro.

Blast Blue boys carry momentum from Kepner Cup

June 7, 2012

Coming off a 3-1 victory against Twins Silver at the state Kepner Cup two weeks ago, the ‘96 Blast Blue boys soccer team heads into today’s Region III Presidents Cup tournament carrying momentum.

To read more of this story, pick up the Friday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.

Crawdads take finale against RiverDogs, 7-3

June 7, 2012

Behind 14 hits, the Hickory Crawdads topped the Charleston RiverDogs in their series finale Thursday in South Carolina.

Hickory (32-27) scored two runs in the first inning and three runs in the fourth inning to pull out to the 5-0 lead and remain ahead the entire ball game.

Five Crawdads drove in one run each, including catcher Kellin Deglan, who hit a solo home run.

Trio of hitters leading Hickory batting order

June 7, 2012

First-year players Matt Ward and Colton Chapman, as well as three-year veteran Cole McGraw, make up the heart of the Hickory Post 48 batting order.

Despite coming from different schools and backgrounds, the three players have developed a special bond that is translating into results on the field.

Post 48 still perfect with sweep of Asheville

June 7, 2012

Hickory Post 48 continued its early season surge with a sweep of Asheville Post 70 on Wednesday.

Post 48 improves to 7-0 overall and 6-0 in Area IV West Division.

In the first game, seven runs on 11 hits lifted Post 48 to a 7-0 shutout.

Pitcher Jordan Fulbright tossed a complete game shutout, striking out four Post 70 batters and allowing one walk.

Gumbs, RiverDogs rally to beat Crawdads, 9-5

June 7, 2012

Behind a four-run seventh and one-run eighth, the Charleston RiverDogs topped the Hickory Crawdads for the second-straight day on Wednesday, 9-5.

Trailing 5-4 after six innings, Charleston (36-22) rallied with four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, including a three-run homer by Angelo Gumbs that scored Gary Sanchez and Dante Bichette Jr.

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