LUMBERTON — Alternative Baseball, an organization aimed at giving baseball opportunities for those with autism and other special needs, is looking to branch out locally with a program for the Robeson County area.
ELKHORN, NE — With a 4-over showing on his second nine in the second round of the Pinnacle Bank Championship, Fairmont native William McGirt failed to make the cut at his second Korn Ferry Tour start on Friday.
CHAPEL HILL — High Schools athletics across the state will have the option for less restrictive workouts next week as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s board of directors voted last Thursday to provide Phase Two guidance to the member schools.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Athletic events at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke won’t start until after Oct. 1 after the board of directors at the Peach Belt Conference announced alterations to the fall sports schedules on Wednesday.
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — The board of directors at the Mountain East Conference announced alterations to the fall sports schedules on Tuesday. Per the announcement, competition for The University of North Carolina at Pembroke’s football team will not get underway earlier than Oct. 1, with all 11 regular season games being played across both the fall and spring semesters.