The 2021 season made the record books. It marked the first time in the history of MCHS Raider baseball that a team made the Class A State Tournament. The Raiders ended the season with a 22-11-3 overall record and a 9-1 District 8 record. They also added Region 4A winner and state runner up hardware to MCHS trophy case.
Moore County put together a clutch performance down the stretch on Wednesday to beat the North Greene Huskies 7-5 in the Raiders’ second game in the TSSAA Class A Baseball Tournament. They rematch with South Pittsburgh on Thursday at 2 p.m.
Metro Sheriff’s deputies and THP will be focused on seatbelt enforcement during Click It of Ticket through June 6.
The Moore County Raiders travelled to the TSSAA Class A State Baseball Tournament on Tuesday and beat South Pittsburg 8-2 to win their first round game. They move on to play the North Greene Huskies (27-8) from Greenville today at 12:30 p.m.
May’s Metro Council meeting takes place tonight at the former American Legion Building. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
Later this afternoon, Doug Price Field will be filled with anxious and excited MCHS graduates. And boy oh boy, is this an accomplished group.
The MCHS Class of 2021 graduates on Friday and valedictorian Audrey Moorehead will head to Harvard this fall.
The Retreat at Whiskey Creek developers propose building 83 tiny homes on the footprint of the former Lynchburg Wilderness RV Park on Main Street. Their efforts stalled on Thursday in the Metro Board of Zoning Appeals meeting.
On May 9, Motlow State will graduate 1,226 students … virtually.
Over 40 paintings donated by the family of a Murfreesboro artist will be silent auctioned beginning April 30 to benefit Lynchburg’s Friends of Animals.