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Logan Martinez

Position: Sports Editor
E-Mail Address: lmartinez@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 910-506-3170


About Logan Martinez

Covers sports at Scotland High, St. Andrews University and Scotland County Parks and Recreation.

Latest Stories by Logan Martinez

LAURINBURG — The third meeting between Scotland and Hoke unfolded much the same way the previous two contests did.
The Scots jumped out to a big early lead thanks to productive approaches from their batters, and the pitching kept the Bucks (3-19, 0-10 in the SEC) off the scoreboard.
The result?
Another Scotland blowout victory, as the Scot

Scotland advances to SEC semifinals

LAURINBURG — The third meeting between Scotland and Hoke unfolded much the same way the previous two contests did. The Scots jumped out to a big early lead thanks to productive approaches from their batters, and the pitching kept the Bucks (3-19, 0-10 in the SEC) off the scoreboard. The result? Another Scotland blowout victory, as the Scot

LAURINBURG — Home-field advantage hasn't seemed to help the Scotland girls soccer team in their two meetings with Purnell Swett this season.
In the rubber match between the two foes Monday night, the Rams defeated the Scots 5-2 in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
The first meeting of the season saw Purnell Swett (9

Rams end Scots' season

LAURINBURG — Home-field advantage hasn't seemed to help the Scotland girls soccer team in their two meetings with Purnell Swett this season. In the rubber match between the two foes Monday night, the Rams defeated the Scots 5-2 in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament. The first meeting of the season saw Purnell Swett (9

Chris Turner, left, Brian Baucom and Ryan Baucom, all originally from Richmond County, were the winners of the first Tommy Britt Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday at Scotch Meadows Country Club in Laurinburg.

Scotch Meadows hosts Tommy Britt tourney

Chris Turner, left, Brian Baucom and Ryan Baucom, all originally from Richmond County, were the winners of the first Tommy Britt Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday at Scotch Meadows Country Club in Laurinburg.

LAURINBURG — All Pro Classic Wrestling had a surprise in store for Washington Park Elementary students, as four representatives from the family-oriented wrestling company visited the school Friday morning.
APCW promoters and Laurinburg natives Kenneth Samuda and Kip Wallace organized the session ahead of tonight's wrestling event at Sycamore

Wrestlers visit Washington Park

LAURINBURG — All Pro Classic Wrestling had a surprise in store for Washington Park Elementary students, as four representatives from the family-oriented wrestling company visited the school Friday morning. APCW promoters and Laurinburg natives Kenneth Samuda and Kip Wallace organized the session ahead of tonight's wrestling event at Sycamore

LAURINBURG — Pitching and defense was the name of the game between Scotland and Richmond Senior in Laurinburg Thursday night.
Both teams struggled to reach base, so Katie Satterfield took matters into her own hands — and bat. The Richmond senior powered a home run to left-center field in the fourth inning, which ended up being the go-a

Raiders shut down Lady Scots

LAURINBURG — Pitching and defense was the name of the game between Scotland and Richmond Senior in Laurinburg Thursday night. Both teams struggled to reach base, so Katie Satterfield took matters into her own hands — and bat. The Richmond senior powered a home run to left-center field in the fourth inning, which ended up being the go-a

LAURINBURG — When rivals meet, as the old adage goes, records can be thrown out and previous outcomes matter very little.
Scotland (3-11, 3-7) and Richmond Senior (6-7-1, 4-4-1) proved that theory right once again Wednesday night, as the Raiders outlasted the Lady Scots 2-1 in an overtime thriller. It was a stark contrast from their first me

Scots fall to Raiders in OT

LAURINBURG — When rivals meet, as the old adage goes, records can be thrown out and previous outcomes matter very little. Scotland (3-11, 3-7) and Richmond Senior (6-7-1, 4-4-1) proved that theory right once again Wednesday night, as the Raiders outlasted the Lady Scots 2-1 in an overtime thriller. It was a stark contrast from their first me

LAURINBURG — Whereas one door closed for the Scotland baseball team Tuesday night, another remained slightly ajar for Lady Scots softball.
Both programs traveled to Robeson County to battle Lumberton with Southeastern Conference championship implications hanging in the balance, but with very different circumstances.
The Scots and Pirates me

Scots host regular-season finales

LAURINBURG — Whereas one door closed for the Scotland baseball team Tuesday night, another remained slightly ajar for Lady Scots softball. Both programs traveled to Robeson County to battle Lumberton with Southeastern Conference championship implications hanging in the balance, but with very different circumstances. The Scots and Pirates me

LAURINBURG — A pair of Scotland High basketball starters may have a new home next winter.
Seniors Jeremias Easterling and Travis Miles verbally committed to Sandhills Community College this week, but have yet to officially sign with the Flyers as they continue to explore their college options.
Easterling, a 6'6” forward, and Miles, a

Two Scots verbally commit

LAURINBURG — A pair of Scotland High basketball starters may have a new home next winter. Seniors Jeremias Easterling and Travis Miles verbally committed to Sandhills Community College this week, but have yet to officially sign with the Flyers as they continue to explore their college options. Easterling, a 6'6” forward, and Miles, a

LAURINBURG — Monday's softball game between Scotland and North Moore was a contrast of styles, with one team scoring solely with home runs and the other using small ball to get on base.
The latter tactic won out, as the Lady Scots defeated the Mustangs 6-3 in the second meeting between the two programs this season.
North Moore (12-5) won th

Lady Scots win fifth straight

LAURINBURG — Monday's softball game between Scotland and North Moore was a contrast of styles, with one team scoring solely with home runs and the other using small ball to get on base. The latter tactic won out, as the Lady Scots defeated the Mustangs 6-3 in the second meeting between the two programs this season. North Moore (12-5) won th

LAURINBURG — Undeterred by unseasonably cold and rainy weather on Saturday morning, runners and walkers laced up sneakers for a good cause, pounding the pavement of Scotland Memorial Hospital and St. Andrews University during the 11th annual FUNd Run for Life presented by the Scotland Memorial Foundation.
“It was a terrific event ̵

Runners undeterred by rain

LAURINBURG — Undeterred by unseasonably cold and rainy weather on Saturday morning, runners and walkers laced up sneakers for a good cause, pounding the pavement of Scotland Memorial Hospital and St. Andrews University during the 11th annual FUNd Run for Life presented by the Scotland Memorial Foundation. “It was a terrific event ̵

LAURINBURG — Before Robert Beacham arrived at Scotland High and became an integral part of the Fighting Scots' offensive attack, the now-senior standout was all about football.
Beacham began his football career in sixth grade with Scotland County Parks and Recreation, then joined the Spring Hill squad in eighth grade. The next school year, h

Versatile Beacham wins Scholar-Athlete

LAURINBURG — Before Robert Beacham arrived at Scotland High and became an integral part of the Fighting Scots' offensive attack, the now-senior standout was all about football. Beacham began his football career in sixth grade with Scotland County Parks and Recreation, then joined the Spring Hill squad in eighth grade. The next school year, h

LAURINBURG — And then there were two.
At the start of the week, three Southeastern Conference teams — Lumberton, Richmond Senior and Scotland — were tied atop the standings. The Pirates pulled ahead Thursday night with a 1-0 win over the Raiders, but the Scots answered with their second win over Hoke in less than a week Friday ni

Scots score 6th SEC win

LAURINBURG — And then there were two. At the start of the week, three Southeastern Conference teams — Lumberton, Richmond Senior and Scotland — were tied atop the standings. The Pirates pulled ahead Thursday night with a 1-0 win over the Raiders, but the Scots answered with their second win over Hoke in less than a week Friday ni

LAURINBURG — The beginning of the week brought little change in the Southeastern Conference baseball and softball standings, but Thursday's and tonight's games could go a long way in determining the eventual conference champions.
All six SEC baseball programs were in action Tuesday, and the top three teams in the standings — Lumberton,

SEC race taking shape

LAURINBURG — The beginning of the week brought little change in the Southeastern Conference baseball and softball standings, but Thursday's and tonight's games could go a long way in determining the eventual conference champions. All six SEC baseball programs were in action Tuesday, and the top three teams in the standings — Lumberton,

PEMBROKE — Paced by strong finishes in the jump and relay competitions, the Scotland boys track team took second place at the Southeastern Conference meet hosted at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Scots scored first-place finishes in the boys triple jump, the 100-meter dash and the 4x100-meter relay

Scots take 2nd at SEC meet

PEMBROKE — Paced by strong finishes in the jump and relay competitions, the Scotland boys track team took second place at the Southeastern Conference meet hosted at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Scots scored first-place finishes in the boys triple jump, the 100-meter dash and the 4x100-meter relay

LAURINBURG — Before Robert Beacham arrived at Scotland High and became an integral part of the Fighting Scots' offensive attack, the now-senior standout flung the pigskin around the field as the signal-caller for Spring Hill Middle School.
Beacham began his football career in sixth and seventh grade with Scotland County Parks and Recreation,

Beacham selected as April's Scholar-Athlete

LAURINBURG — Before Robert Beacham arrived at Scotland High and became an integral part of the Fighting Scots' offensive attack, the now-senior standout flung the pigskin around the field as the signal-caller for Spring Hill Middle School. Beacham began his football career in sixth and seventh grade with Scotland County Parks and Recreation,

LAURINBURG — When Scotland and Hoke meet on the pitch, it's bound to be a close, hard-fought contest.
That was the case again Wednesday night, as the Lady Scots held off the Bucks in the second half to secure a 2-1 home victory. The win was Scotland's second victory against Hoke in five days — the Lady Scots bested the Bucks 3-2 in ove

Scotland holds off Hoke

LAURINBURG — When Scotland and Hoke meet on the pitch, it's bound to be a close, hard-fought contest. That was the case again Wednesday night, as the Lady Scots held off the Bucks in the second half to secure a 2-1 home victory. The win was Scotland's second victory against Hoke in five days — the Lady Scots bested the Bucks 3-2 in ove

LAURINBURG — Three teams entered Tuesday night's action tied for first in the Southeastern Conference standings. Three victories later, and Scotland, Lumberton and Richmond all remained at the top of the heap.
The Scots (8-5, 5-2) did their part, avenging an early-season road loss to Pinecrest (8-8, 3-4) to pound the Patriots 11-2 at home. T

Scots pummel Patriots

LAURINBURG — Three teams entered Tuesday night's action tied for first in the Southeastern Conference standings. Three victories later, and Scotland, Lumberton and Richmond all remained at the top of the heap. The Scots (8-5, 5-2) did their part, avenging an early-season road loss to Pinecrest (8-8, 3-4) to pound the Patriots 11-2 at home. T

LAURINBURG — “The fame, all of that, the fun and I have so many memories. It's going to be crazy to just leave.”
Senior Destiny Campbell has reluctantly accepted the reality that her playing days as a member of the Scotland girls basketball team is over. Next winter, instead of donning the red and blue uniform for the Lady Scots,

Campbell commits to Cape Fear

LAURINBURG — “The fame, all of that, the fun and I have so many memories. It's going to be crazy to just leave.” Senior Destiny Campbell has reluctantly accepted the reality that her playing days as a member of the Scotland girls basketball team is over. Next winter, instead of donning the red and blue uniform for the Lady Scots,

SEC chase hits home stretch

LAURINBURG — The Southeastern Conference baseball championship race remains nip and tuck atop the standings, but the SEC softball picture is becoming clearer as the stretch run of the conference slate approaches. After Friday night's baseball action, three teams are tied for first — Lumberton, Scotland and Richmond Senior. The Pirates,

LAURINBURG — Winners of consecutive games, the Scotland girls soccer team entered Monday night's contest against Pinecrest with confidence and enthusiasm.
Five minutes into their match against the Patriots and that was swiftly taken away, as Pinecrest (10-1-1, 6-0) jumped out to a 1-0 advantage shortly after the opening whistle and rolled to

Patriots snap Lady Scots' streak

LAURINBURG — Winners of consecutive games, the Scotland girls soccer team entered Monday night's contest against Pinecrest with confidence and enthusiasm. Five minutes into their match against the Patriots and that was swiftly taken away, as Pinecrest (10-1-1, 6-0) jumped out to a 1-0 advantage shortly after the opening whistle and rolled to





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