The Region X softball tournament will be hosted by Surry Community College at Fisher River Park in Dobson on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5. The tournament will consist of five North Carolina community colleges.
Surry Community College’s softball team, which began the season with 13 straight losses, is starting to get on a roll in the opposite direction. The Knights have won seven of their last 10 games, including sweeps of Ferrum College, Stanly Community College and Wake Tech over the past couple of weeks.
A pair of Mount Airy volleyball standouts will continue their careers at the collegiate level this fall, signing recently to join Surry Community College’s program. Alexis Allen and Jenna Clement inked with the Surry Knights for the 2012-13 school year. Allen is a hitter, while Clement is a setter. Both have been four-year contributors to Mount Airy High’s program.
Surry Community College’s softball team picked up four big wins over the weekend. The Knights beat Ferrum College 6-3 and 7-1 on the road last Thursday, then topped conference rival Stanly Community College 4-3 and 2-0 on Saturday.
As Surry Community College’s young softball program aims to expand its recruiting reach and move up the junior college ranks, coach Amber Watson Reid also wants to maintain strong ties to the base of schools in the Knights’ neighborhood. Reid once again tapped local programs with her latest recruiting class. Signing letters of intent to join the Knights for 2012-13 were Ivey Johnson from Surry Central, Courtney Barnes from Starmount, and Brianna Bratcher and Emily Worley from West Stokes.
Volleyball standouts Kara Hodges, Summer Robertson and Brittany Tolbert from Surry Community College were selected to the All-Region volleyball team in a vote conducted by the Region X volleyball coaches.
Surry Community College rallied in dramatic fashion to capture the Region X championship over Pitt Community College, 3-2, on Sunday in the Region X/District P Volleyball Tournament. The Lady Knights took the first set 25-18 before dropping the next two sets by identical scores, 25-22. Surry then evened the match by taking the fourth set, 25-13. The Lady Knights started strong in the decisive fifth set and never trailed in taking down the Bulldogs, 15-12.
The Surry Community College golf team will host the fourth-annual Region X fall golf tournament on Saturday, Nov. 5 and Sunday, Nov. 6 at Cedarbrook Country Club in Elkin. Tournament play will begin at noon on Saturday and is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. on Sunday. A practice round will take place on Friday afternoon. Started in 2008 by Surry golf coach Tom Pendergraft, the tournament winner receives a trophy that stays in their possession until the following year’s tournament.
Surry Community College will host the Region X volleyball tournament this weekend. The tournament will consist of seven North Carolina community colleges along with Pasco-Hernando Community College from Florida. The winner of the tournament will represent District P in the National Volleyball Tournament in Toledo, Ohio starting Nov. 17. Pasco-Hernando went on to capture the [...]
The Surry Community College Volleyball Camp will be held from July 18-21 at the Surry CC gym on the Dobson campus. The clinic will include two separate sessions. The first session, from 9 a.m. until noon, is for individuals with less than one year of experience. The second session, from 1-4 p.m. is for individuals with more than one year of experience.
Surry Community College baseball improved to 24-7 overall and 9-4 in Region X with a weekend sweep of Rockingham. The Knights are listed No. 24 in a national poll of Division II JUCO teams.
When Surry Community College began its softball program a couple of years ago, organizers knew there was plenty of local talent to be mined, both within the county and from next door Yadkin County. Coach Amber Reid feels like she hit the jackpot last week when she signed four senior standouts from Starmount.
The Surry Community College baseball team improved its overall record to 13-3 with recent doubleheader sweeps against New River Community College and Baltimore City College.
Surry Community College’s baseball team is off to one of its best starts in several years. The Knights improved to 7-1 with a doubleheader sweep of Lenoir-Rhyne’s junior varsity team on Wednesday.
Surry Community College’s softball pitching staff will host “A Day of Lessons” this Saturday, Feb. 12 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Surry Community College gymnasium.