|THE RICHWOOD GAZETTE|
North Union boys win Fairbanks Invitational
North Union boys track coach Jerry Sparks is happy with the end result, but the process of getting there has been a little nerve-wracking.
The Wildcats held on for a one-point edge on Saturday in winning the Fairbanks Invitational.
Virg Rankin Relays to be run Friday
The past two weekends North Union has finished first in the boys meet and the Wildcats will try to keep it going Friday in the Virg Rankin Relays.
North Union won the Ridgedale Invitational and Fairbanks Invitational by slim margins while the girls squad was third at Ridgedale and third at Fairbanks.
North Union drops game to Marion Harding
North Union head baseball coach Chad Russell is dealing with something akin to the-chicken-or-the-egg.
“Having success comes from confidence and getting confidence comes from success,” Russell said following the Wildcats’ 6-0 non-league loss on Friday to Marion Harding at North Union. “Both are pretty low right now.”
Lady Cats lose in extra innings
New Albany pushed across a run in the top of the eighth inning to defeat North Union 4-3 in non-league softball action at Bishop Watterson on Saturday.
The Lady Cats’ were also scheduled to play Bishop Watterson, but the game was suspended in the third inning because of darkness. No reschedule date has been set.
North Union Middle School Track
North Union finished seventh in the boys meet and eighth in the girls meet at the Highland Relays.
The boys totaled 29 points and the girls had 30 points. Highland won the boys meet and Galion topped the girls meet.
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