Earlier this week, we sent out a cheer to Rock Hill's boys soccer team for cracking the top 15 coaches poll put out by scsoccer.com.
Today's cheer goes to York Comprehensive baseball player Zac Fuesser, who had a great game this week in a 9-0 win over Nation Ford.
Fuesser, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound senior southpaw, pitched a no-hitter. He struck out nine in raising his record to 2-0. In those games, he has struck out 13 and allowed only three hits.
A diving play by second baseman Aaron Wutrick with two outs in the bottom of the seventh preserved the no-hitter. Several players provided offensive support with two or more hits.
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Fuesser is getting lots of interest from Major League Baseball and could be picked in this spring's draft.
"We have had several scouts visit scrimmages and games,'' York coach Scot Kiggans said. "We get phone calls and e-mails weekly about when Zac is pitching from almost every MLB team.''
• LOTTA LATTA: Former York and North Carolina All-American basketball player Ivory Latta is coming home to give back to her community.
Latta, recently traded to the WNBA's Atlanta Dream, will conduct a clinic for girls and boys ages 7-15 from 9-11 a.m. on April 5 in the YCHS gym. The cost is $5 per person.
• TROJANS HOOPS: Northwestern held its awards night this week for the boys and girls who played basketball this winter.
The top varsity awards -- Top Trojans -- went to Kelia Shelton for the girls' team and Labris Adams of the boys' team.
• BASEBALL POLLS: The latest polls have been released by the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association and only two Herald-area teams are ranked, both in Class A.
Lewisville is No. 6 and Great Falls is No. 7.
• STALLIONS FOOTBALL CAMP: Coach Bobby Carroll and his South Pointe Stallions are hosting a football camp for youngsters ages 7-14 on June 9-13. Camp begins at 8 a.m. each day and ends at noon.
Carroll said participants will be given proper instruction by varsity football coaches on all phases of the game.
The cost is $75, but only $65 for those who sign up before May 1. Also ask about the family rate if two or more from the same family plan to attend. The cost includes a T-shirt.
Small Fry, Pee Wee and GRA-Y coaches are invited to bring their entire teams.
What to bring: T-shirt, shorts, hat, football cleats, indoor shoes.
What not to bring: Jewelry, money, cell phones, valuables.
To sign up or for more information, call (803) 980-2160.