The Southern Women’s Show is set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23-25 at the Charlotte Convention Center. It’s a lot of fun and here are some of the important details. Admission Adults:$12.00 At the DoorAdvance Tickets Online: $10.00Groups (10 or More; Advance Only):$8.00 Click Here for form. Youth: $6.00 (ages 6-12)Children Under 6 Free With Paying Adult.Ticket prices include 7.25% sales tax. $4 After 4pm: Friday… More →
Radio Free Cabarrus is broadcasting two games Friday, Sept. 21, on NFHS Network: Mount Pleasant at Jay M. Robinson Jesse Carson at Central Cabarrus The free replay of the broadcasts are available 72 hours after completion of the game. Last week’s broadcast The free replay of last week’s broadcast of Mount Pleasant’s win over East Rowan is now available. East… More →
Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast one game tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 12. The plan had been to broadcast three games, but Anson at Jay M. Robinson was postponed. Another game, North Stanly at Northwest Cabarrus is still a go, but our broadcast location is outside and with a 40 to 50 percent chance of thundershowers at game time I made the… More →
Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast three more games this week, Sept. 7, on NFHSnetwork.com: Concord at Mt. Pleasant Northwest Cabarrus at Hickory Ridge South Iredell at Cox Mill Replays of Aug. 31 games Here are replays of the game RFC broadcast on Aug. 31 Central Cabarrus 42 Mt. Pleasant 0 Hough 33 Concord 0 Hickory Ridge 55 Jay M. Robinson… More →
Concord Post 51 beats Mocksville 10-4 in American Legion Senior Baseball. Note there is no audio in the pregame and play-by-play picks up with the National Anthem and as the action begins. This game was played Friday, June 22, 2018.
My daughter Jordan convinced me to try the Couch to 5K group. It was really cold to start and painful. My left calf felt like a rope was tied around it and every tiny hill, even the little hump at the tennis courts at Dorton Park, seemed like I was limping up a mountain. My per mile pace was over… More →
As a broadcaster, editor and sports fanatic this might be the best time of year. It is hectic but we’re seeing some great basketball and getting a good overlap of baseball. As the saying goes, “I’m living the dream.” Good luck to all the teams. We want to see everyone do their best. That doesn’t always mean winning but it… More →
BECOME AN OFFICIAL – STAY CONNECTED TO HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS By Bob Gardner, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Que Tucker, Commissioner of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. They don’t make the headlines, their names are not in the box scores and they don’t make the all-star teams, but perhaps the most… More →