The McDowell Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Spring Golf Classic is one of the county’s most well-attended golf outings, and this year should be no exception.
The McDowell Lady Titans remain in contention for the Northwestern 3A/4A softball championship after taking care of business late last week, winning a pair of rescheduled games.
Friday the 13th was anything but unlucky for the McDowell Titans tennis team, who scored a 5-4 win on the road against the R-S Central Hilltoppers in non-conference play.
The West McDowell Lady Spartans earned a season sweep of cross-town rival East McDowell on Tuesday afternoon with a 7-2 victory at Spartan Field.
An early deficit was too much for the East McDowell Trojans baseball team to overcome as they lost to cross-town rival West McDowell 12-8 on Tuesday afternoon.
Crossfire Ministries will square off against a team of ACC all-stars in the 25th annual game Saturday, Apr. 21 at UNCA’s Kimmel Arena, and a former McDowell Titan star will take part.
The McDowell Titans had another rough outing on the links Thursday, finishing last among the Northwestern 3A/4A conference teams at Brushy Mountain, Alexander Central’s home course.
After a near two-week layoff in the schedule, the McDowell Lady Titans returned to action and showed little rust in an 11-4 win over the Freedom Lady Patriots Tuesday night at Titan Field.
The struggles continued for the McDowell Titan golf team Monday, as the Titans finished last among the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference teams at Orchard Hills Golf Club in Cajah’s Mountain, the home course of the South Caldwell Spartans.
The McDowell Titans stepped outside the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Monday and onto the clay courts of Peach Tree Racket Club in Forest City for a match with Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy.