April 2014 ARCHIVES


Baseball climbs to #13

April 29, 2014

In the latest poll put out by the NJCAA, the PH baseball team climbed five spots to #13. The only other Region X team that is ranked is Catawba Valley CC who sits at #16. The Patriots are 33-14 overall and hold a 17-8 Region X record. Of their 13 losses, 9 of them have been by 1 run. The Patriots have one series left, this weekend...
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Region X Softball tournament schedule released

April 29, 2014

The schedule for the Region X softball tournament has been released. PHCC will enter the tournament as the fourth seed and take on Southeastern CC in the first round of the tournament. The game will be at 10 AM on Friday, May 2nd. If the Patriots win against SECC, they will take on top seed Richard Bland College at noon. If PH drops the...
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PHCC wins pair against Guilford Tech

April 28, 2014

It was a sensational Saturday at Hooker Field for the sophomores of Patrick Henry Community College’s baseball team. Playing in their final home games as Patriots, a slew of second-year players made impacts in a doubleheader sweep of Region X Division I opponent the Guilford Tech Titans. PHCC won Game 1, 7-1, and then rallied to win...
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PHCC golf looks towards bright future

April 28, 2014

When Chatmoss Country Club golf pro and former Carlisle School golf coach Robert Weinreth decided to return to coaching after taking a year off, he knew there would be some challenges. He didn’t expect the type of challenges he faced this season as Patrick Henry Community College’s first golf coach. Weinerth began the school...
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PHCC baseball has Piedmont District ties

April 28, 2014

Facing a late scramble in recruiting, Patrick Henry Community College’s first-year head baseball coach Lucas Jones and first-year pitching coach Casey Hodges had to look no further than the Piedmont District. Jones was hired in mid-June and Hodges came a month before that. As a result, they had to fill the roster with incoming...
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Patriots Hammer Louisburg

April 24, 2014

The Patrick Henry Community College baseball shrugged off two straight series losses by pounding Louisburg College 21-3 in seven innings Wednesday at Hooker Field. It was the highest run output of the season for the 18th-ranked Patriots, who finished with 18 hits for the game. Justin Kime and Dylan Dombrowskas each had three-hit...
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Baseball drops to #18

April 23, 2014

The PHCC baseball team dropped out of the top ten in the national poll this week for the first time all season. They remained in the top 20, however, landing at 18. The fall in rankings was a result of losing their second consecutive weekend series this past weekend against Catawba Valley Community College, who in turn climbed back into...
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PHCC earns sweep against Wake Tech

April 23, 2014

The Patrick Henry Community College softball team earned its second sweep in as many days with two wins over Wake Tech Community College in a doubleheader Tuesday.  The Patriots (16-24) took Game 1 by a 9-1 score and followed it with a 9-3 win in Game 2. The Patriots used a seven-run second inning in Game 1 to cruise to victory....
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Big inning leads PHCC to double header sweep

April 22, 2014

Hitting can become contagious in softball. Patrick Henry Community College’s team made that clear  Monday during the fourth inning of Game 2 of a doubleheader against Region X Division I opponent Louisburg College. The Patriots (14-24) scored eight runs and belted out six hits in the inning to turn a 5-0 deficit into a three-run...
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PHCC avoids weekend sweep against Catawba Valley

April 21, 2014

Patrick Henry Community College first-year head baseball coach Lucas Jones said he wanted to see what kind of mental toughness his team would display Saturday after suffering a tough doubleheader sweep 3-2 and 7-5 in extra innings to National Junior College Athletic Association Region X leader Catawba Valley Community College on...
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