01/30/2023
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Two Dixie Youth Baseball state championships that earned the winning teams trips to the DYB World Series in Louisiana headlined the top sporting stories in the third quarter of 2019.

Coach Kyle Bostic’s 10-year-old All-Stars won 7 games in 7 days to win the AAA state championship. Elizabethtown played two games in the World Series, including a 2-0 loss to eventual champion Alabama. READ MORE

Bladen County Pre-Majors All-Stars

The Bladen County All-Stars won the Dixie Baseball Pre-Majors State Championship defeating Columbus County 11-1 in the title game.

The Bladen team that was coached by Kendal Kelley and Les Hill won their first two games in the Pre-Majors World Series over Louisiana 4-2 and Mississippi 14-3 before losing to South Carolina and Alabama 5-4. READ MORE

A member of the Bladen County team, Lefrederick Wooten, was invited to attend the Hank Aaron Invitational at Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida. READ MORE

Bladen County’s Greyson Heustess and Xavier Wooten were members of the West Fayetteville team that won the Dixie Baseball Majors State Tournament. The team qualified for the World Series but was unable to attend. READ MORE

Murchison (left)

East Bladen grad and N. C. State standout Larrell Murchison was named to the Outland Trophy Watchlist. READ MORE

Smith

Clarkton native and East Bladen grad Sincere Smith batted .315 while playing in the Gulf Coast League. READ MORE

The Bladen County 10U Softball All-Stars won the StateWide Activities Committee Sectional Tournament. READ MORE

The Bladen County 12U Softball All-Stars won the StateWide Activities Committee Sectional Tournament. READ MORE

Coach Jordan Mazur’s Clarkton School of Discovery Lady Blue Devils won the Waccamaw Middle School Conference’s A Division girls soccer championship. READ MORE

Coach Amanda Allen’s Elizabethtown Lady Cougars won the Waccamaw Middle School Conference’s AA Divison girls soccer championship. READ MORE