FAYETTEVILLE — An early lead by East Bladen and solid pitching by Alex Coates and Sincere Smith led the Eagles to a 4-2 win over Freedom Christian Academy on Saturday in the opening round of the J. Hoyt Warren/Wayne Edwards...
ST. PAULS — A six-run, sixth-inning rally propelled West Bladen to a 10-6 win over Red Springs on Saturday and into the second round of the Robeson County Slugfest.
Fundraiser to celebrate Bulldogs' state title***
ELIZABETHTOWN — What do UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma, N.C. State women's basketball coach Wes Moore and East Bladen girls basketball coach Patty Evers all have in common?
JACKSONVILLE — After several weeks away from the competitive links, Elizabethtown's Cade Hancock, 13, the two-time reigning champion of the Coastal Junior Golf Tour, opened his 2015 season at the seventh annual Jimmy Anderson Boys...
The Easter holiday break has found the West Bladen varsity softball team on quite a roll over the past four years — a stretch of time that has seen the Lady Knights play in four consecutive Robeson County Slugfests and winning the last three...
ELIZABETHTOWN — Miscues were costly for East Bladen on Wednesday, as visiting Clinton took advantage of Eagles errors and left town with an 8-3 Four County Conference win.
The opportunity to talk about my favorite incident of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season so far passed me by when Joey Logano won his first-ever Daytona 500 on Feb. 22. A number of celebrated Cup Series champions – including Rusty Wallace, Terry...
ELIZABETHTOWN — Chandler Lennon scattered five walks, three hits and two hit batters to pitch West Bladen to a 4-2 Four County Conference win over East Bladen on Tuesday.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Lady Eagles got all the offense it would need in the first inning on Monday en route to an 11-1 Four County Conference win over visiting Clinton.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Brandon Rhodie-Hollis of Elizabethtown has been selected to cook at the 2015 Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga.
FAYETTEVILLE — To help anglers improve their fishing skills, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is offering two free fishing workshops in April at the John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center in Fayetteville.
DUBLIN — Score another one for Mother Nature.
ELIZABETHTOWN — East Bladen Athletics Director and coach Patty Evers has an ambassador to bridge the gap between incoming freshmen and girls athletics, something she had no idea about until recently.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Mother Nature strikes again!
If I had to list the drivers people have asked me about over the years, Kurt Busch wouldn't be in the top 10.But over the course of the past several weeks, he has been number one.
DUBLIN — West Bladen put any doubts aside Wednesday night when they exploded for seven runs in the first inning and went on to thrash visiting Heidi Trask, 17-6, in a Four County Conference game.
DUBLIN — In an early showdown of Four County Conference teams with unblemished conference records on Wednesday, visiting Heidi Trask got the better of West Bladen in eight innings and took an 6-4 win.
CERRO GORDO — The Lady Eagles traveled to face West Columbus in a non-conference doubleheader Wednesday, and came home with a sweep, 10-0 and 10-2.
BURGAW — A sixth-inning rally by East Bladen fell short Tuesday on the road against Pender County, and the Eagles suffered a tough 1-0 Four County Conference loss to the Patriots.
BURGAW — Miller Heustess and Lacey Suggs combined on a five-hitter and the Lady Eagles pounded 16 hits on Tuesday to wallop Pender County 15-3 for a Four County Conference win.
The West Bladen softball and baseball games at Heidi Trask, originally scheduled for today, have been postponed because of wet fields.
TEACHEY — The Eagles tennis team traveled Monday to take on Wallace-Rose Hill in a Four County Conference twin bill, and came home with a sweep.
Mackenzie Singletary from Bladenboro's Carolina Karate competed in her first tournament on Saturday in Conway, S.C. Mackenzie gave an impressive first fight and proved how tough she was. She placed fourth overall in sparring.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Special Olympics athletes, leaders and family members from 39 states converged on Capitol Hill on Wednesday for Special Olympics' 12th annual “Capitol Hill Day.”