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Gerald Mabe hit a hole—in-one Tuesday on the 11th hole. Mabe said he has been playing golf for 35 years and this was his first. The 11th is 136 yards long and the shot was witnessed by Danny Smith.
Friday shoot-out winners were: George Bennett, Ralph Walcott, Robery Floyd and Laurin Suiter.
Upcoming events: May 2: The Log of Load golf tournament benefitting Duke Children’s Hospital. ...
Pirates earn place in final; Scots come up short Lumberton is moving on to the Southeastern Conference championship in soccer after defeating Scotland 2-1 Tuesday.
The Pirates took a two-goal lead and fended off the Scots to earn a match with Pinecrest in the final on Thursday.
Scotland, already assured of a playoff spot thanks to Pinecrests’ 6-0 victory over Hoke earlier in the day, managed to play a very even game with the second-seeded Pirates. Earlier this season Lumberton beat Scot...
Scots fall to Whiteville, prepare for playoffs The Scotland High School’s soccer team suffered a 6-0 loss to Whiteville on Friday evening, but the focus now shifts to the conference tournament, which begins Monday.
The Scots, who fall to 9-9-2 and 4-4-0 in conference play, closed out the regular season with a home match against a powerful Whiteville side. Coach Colin McDavid said he scheduled this game as the last one for a reason.
“This is preparation for playoffs and the tournament,...
Late run dooms Scotland Richmond’s Bradley Brown crushed a ball to center field to push a run across for the Raiders as they spoiled Scotland High School’s senior night by winning 4-3 in a dramatic game.
Brown’s shot broke up a 3-3 game that had been back-and-forth all night. The last game of the regular season for both of the rival schools had started off in Scotland’s favor.
Hayden Buffkin hit a solo home run in the second inning to put the Scots ahead 1-0. Af...
Scots hold off Raider barrage Scotland held off a furious Richmond rally to take a 3-2 victory Wednesday night.
Greta Griswold scored two goals from free kicks in the second half to lead the Scots to the win in a contentious match. Both of her goals came from free kicks that were approximately 40 yards out.
The game appeared to be over when Ariel Ratcliff added a third for Scotland five minutes later. However, Richmond had other ideas. Alexie Coble would provide the s...
Scotland moves into second place in conference LUMBERTON — Nestled in his usual spot in shallow right field, Paul Hodges met with six emotionally-spent seniors after sounding off on the rest of his team following Tuesday’s 12-4 loss to Scotland.
It wasn’t how Lumberton’s veteran baseball coach expected to send out his core of veterans in their final home game.
“My heart bleeds for those guys because I know how hard they’ve worked,” Hodges said. “But, we as a team, haven’t handled pres...
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