LA CRESCENT, Minn. — The Caledonia High School boys basketball team pushed its Three Rivers Conference winning streak to 49 games with 78-54 victory at La Crescent-Hokah on Monday night.
After watching his team's early 14-point deficit be shrunk to two at halftime — due in part to early foul trouble — Cotter girls basketball coach Pat Bowlin knew his Ramblers were in need of a spark.
WHITEVILLE — Pause in activites for all of Whiteville High School athletics will mean several postponements for East Bladen and West Bladen high schools.The Three Rivers Conference members were scheduled to meet multiple times over the next two weeks.
Hall-Princeton to square off tonight at Prouty Gym Rivals Hall and Princeton will square off at Prouty Gym in Three Rivers play tonight.The Tigers stand at 2-1 overall, 2-0 in TRAC East play, coming off Friday’s 73-55 loss at Rock Island.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released its state playoff tournament brackets Sunday.In Class 1A, the John A. Holmes boys’ basketball team earned an automatic bid into the state playoff tournament as the champions of the Albemarle Athletic Conference.
• Head coach: Jon Sherman (18-48, 6th year overall; 3-8 in one year at East Chapel Hill, 13-32 in four years at Purnell Swett, 2-8 in one year at West Bladen).
Fieldcrest boys and girls top Fisher; Putnam County boys beat Midland The Fieldcrest girls basketball team earned a spot in the first Associated Press poll of the season. The Knights, who were 5-0 at the time of voting and now 6-0, are ranked No. 10 in Class 2A. Fieldcrest is the only area team — boys or girls — to crack the top 10. However, teams in area conferences are ranked are receiving votes. Seneca, a member of the Tri-County Conference, is the first team listed among those receiving votes in 2A,
Elizabethton used a stingy defensive effort to cruise to a win to wrap up the regular season. The Lady Cyclones picked up a 61-16 victory over Johnson County on Thursday night. EHS claimed the No. 2 seed for the Three Rivers Conference tournament and will open play on Friday, Feb. 19, with a home game. Against the Lady Longhorns, Elizabethton jumped out early and never looked back. Renna Lane scored 11 points while Lina Lyon added nine points in the opening minutes to push EHS to a 21-3 lead after the first
Freshman Allie Lingerfelt is shooting straight through the learning curve. The Unicoi County rookie has hit the ground running at the varsity level. She scored a team-high 18 points in a 40-37 home loss to Elizabethton on Wednesday and followed that with seven points and a game-high seven assists in a 56-38 defeat of Johnson County on Friday in the Devils Den. Allie Lingerfelt Despite the numbers – Lingerfelt has scored in double figures a number of games during her rookie campaign – she says the move up
WHITEVILLE — West Bladen lost to Whiteville 6-2 in a nonconference boys high school soccer match Wednesday evening. The Knights of first-head head coach Cesar Gonzalez trailed 2-0 at intermission. West Bladen is 0-2 headed into a Monday meeting, also nonconference, at East Bladen. Members of the Three Rivers Conference are playing each other in nonconference games prior to the six-game league slate. Whiteville is 1-3.
TABOR CITY — Less than three weeks before the season opens, the Three Rivers Conference has a new football schedule. The league on Wednesday announced the new plan following East Columbus’ decision not to field a varsity team. The Gators, a 1-A program, didn’t win a league game last year and finished 1-10. The N.C. High School Athletic Association moved the season from fall to a winter start because of the coronavirus, and put a seven games in seven weeks limit on the regular season. The Three Rivers had
Rochester’s Kyle Reinartz goes up for two points against Southwood in Tuesday’s home Three Rivers Conference game. Reinartz finished with 10 points in the game. Rochester High School’s Tarick McGlothin tries to control the ball while Southwood’s Dawson Filip applies pressure in Tuesday’s Three Rivers Conference game at Rochester. The Rochester High School Zebras basketball team narrowly defeated the Southwood Knights, 57-54, in Tuesday’s Three Rivers Conference home game. On a pass by Tarick McGlothin,
Orion High School is streaming events from the main gym and Charger Field on the NFHS Network, but what about away contests? Three Rivers Conference and area schools have made arrangements for streaming the games they host. On the NFHS Network search for these schools: Bureau Valley, as Bureau Valley High School, Manlius IL Erie-Prophetstown, as Erie High School, Erie IL Kewanee, as Kewanee High School, Kewanee IL Mercer County, as Mercer County High School, Aledo IL Milledgeville, as Chadwickmilledgeville High
The East Bladen Eagles hosted St. Pauls on Tuesday night in a Three Rivers Conference matchup. (Photo: Tanner Barth, WWAY) ELIZABETHTOWN, NC (WWAY)–In two highly anticipated matchups it was the St. Pauls Bulldogs coming out with a pair of wins over East Bladen on Tuesday night. In the girls game, St. Pauls used an 11 point halftime lead to pull away for the 56-31 win over East Bladen. The loss drops the Eagles to now (6-2) on the year, but East Bladen head coach Patty Evers says she’s proud of her teams
Lady Bruins even overall record at 1-1 after topping Lady Boliermakers 45-26 at the Academy PERU — The early minutes of Monday’s Three Rivers Conference girls basketball contest between host St. Bede and Kewanee provided a back-and-forth battle with each team holding the lead a couple of times. However, the Lady Bruins closed out the opening quarter on an 8-0 run, and then after trading hoops with the Lady Boliermakers for the first five minutes of the second period, put together a 15-0 spurt spanning the
BLUFF CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Friday evening was a tough night for the Sullivan East High School boys basketball team, losing at Elizabethton with a chance to clinch the Three Rivers Conference regular season championship. It didn’t take the Patriots long to fix that missed opportunity, picking up the win Saturday evening over Johnson County to win the conference. They now have a 10-1 conference record, 18-6 overall record after the 87-57 home win. Sullivan East can wrap up the Three Rivers conference regular
WHITEVILLE — West Bladen tumbled to its eighth consecutive loss to open the season Friday night, falling at Whiteville 99-92 in a Three Rivers Conference boys high school basketball game. The Knights gave up 65 points in 16 minutes — more than they’ve scored in five games — after leading 41-34 at intermission. Their offensive output was the most since a 94-91 setback to South Robeson on Jan. 24, 2018. West Bladen, which gave up 91 points two nights earlier, is 0-4 in the Three Rivers and the guest of
Basketball games will be starting up at a gym near you. Before you go, be sure to know the policies for the admittance of spectators. Due to IDPH restrictions with a maximum of 50 spectators, the Three Rivers Conference will not be allowing visiting fans at its boys and girls games this season. It will be a home school’s decision on allowing home spectators. Putnam County Athletic Director Chris Newsome said PC will be having the same policies. Some schools with smaller gyms, like La Moille, will not be able
Sullivan East’s Jenna Hare (23) goes up for a shot against Sullivan Central’s defense, including Jaelyn West (14), during Three Rivers Conference action Friday night in Blountville. Sullivan East's Jenna Hare hits the ball between two Unicoi County defenders. Jenna Hare does a little bit of everything for any Sullivan East sports team of which she is a member. Lately, the sophomore sensation has been a featured part of the Lady Patriots basketball team that is in first place in the Three Rivers Conference
LCA’s Alexis Miller had 11 points in her team’s contest against Lakewood Park Thursday night. InkFreeNews file photo by Mike Deak Lakewood Park Christian Girls 57, Lakeland Christian Academy 33 LPC used a pair of big scoring nights to roll past LCA in Winona Lake Thursday night. Frannie Talarico hit five three-pointers and netted 19 points and Chloe Jolloff added three more treys and 17 total points for the Panthers. Alexis Miller led the Cougars (5-5) with 11 points and both Jessi Calizo and Natalie Norris