With temperatures hovering near or 100 degrees for the highs around the Permian Basin, the goal for most teams was to avoid most of the heat. In the case of Coahoma, the Bulldogs hit the field at Bill Easterling Memorial Stadium at 12:01 a.
Scherzer, working his way back from an oblique injury, parachuted in for a couple of starts, giving Hanover's David Griffin a chance to rub elbows (figuratively speaking) with a guy at the very top of their shared profession.
And the Hanover High boys lacrosse team (15-5), of which DaSilva also co-captains, continues to pass the eye test. “Our hockey ... plays football. "The camaraderie on this team is definitely what sets us apart. It helps on and off the field.
And Bromley Thornton of New Hanover baseball edged out the ... Standout performers: Wilmington-area high school standout performers for April 18-23 Here were the other finalists: Macey Ciamillo, Hoggard softball: The freshman picked up two more wins ...