Eight local high schools will compete at the second annual Lenoir Community College high school volleyball tournament in memory of Jessica Ramsey. Games will start at 9 a.m. August 14 on the Coach Bobby Dawson Court in the LCC Student Center.
AYDEN — Tanner Cannon is staying local for baseball. Cannon committed to play at Lenoir Community College Thursday in a signing ceremony held at Ayden-Grifton. Cannon played in the outfield and pitched for the Chargers, batting .344 with 7 RBIs (second on the team) and five stolen bases (tied for first) while also striking out
By Raeanne Dixon A desire to return to North Carolina has brought Todd Clark, Lenoir Community College’s first ever women’s soccer head coach, home. LCC is adding women’s soccer to its athletic line up for the 2021-2022 with plans to field a team coached by Clark in the fall of 2022.
Jackson Colby Pass of Haw River will tell you he came to Lenoir Community College in 2019 to play baseball, but he did must more than that. He excelled in the classroom as well as the baseball diamond putting the emphasis on student. “As a student athlete, you are a student first
Robert Reynolds of Jones County lost his beloved wife, Gail B. Reynolds, of more than 28 years in November 2020. Her health had been declining since the beginning of 2020. He described her as a compassionate and caring person and because of those qualities, Robert wanted to do something to help others in her memory.
For four innings Sunday, the Lenoir Community College thrilled the hundreds of fans in attendance at Historic Grainger Stadium as the Lancers jumped out to a 4-0 lead against their archrivals from Pitt Community College.