RANDLEMAN — The Randleman Tigers hosted Southwest Onslow Stallions in the second-round of 2A baseball state playoffs Thursday. The 10-seeded Tigers cruised to a 10-0 win over the 15-seed Stallions. Randleman claimed homefield advantage after they upset 7-seed Reidsville earlier in the week. The Tigers have not yet allowed a run to score by their opponents and have scored 27 runs in two games.
The Tigers will be back on the road Saturday with a game on the Outer Banks against 6-seed First Flight in Kitty Hawk.
On Tuesday, July 14, the Republican executive committee of N.C. Senate District 26 met to choose a replacement for retiring state Sen. Jerry Tillman. Randolph County Republican Party chairman Dave Craven, a senior vice president […]
Ronnie Pugh wasn’t expecting his Randolph County Post 45 baseball team to make a return trip to the American Legion World Series this summer. But that doesn’t mean he’s surprised now that it’s headed back […]