Stanly N.C. 3 senior baseball team releases 2020 schedule

Published 10:42 am Wednesday, June 17, 2020

The Stanly County baseball team playing in the new N.C. 3 league taking the place of American Legion baseball this season released its schedule for this summer.

Home games for both the senior and junior teams will be The Ball Park at West Stanly. The N.C. 3 league includes many teams from the state’s Area III in Legion ball including additions from Mount Airy and Union County.

Stanly County N.C. 3 Senior Schedule

Date Opponent Time Location
June 24 Mt. Airy 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
June 29 Greensboro 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 1 Mt. Airy* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 3 Greensboro* 7 p.m. Ed Price Field (High Point)
July 5 Rowan County* 7 p.m. Newman Park (Salisbury)
July 7 Randolph County* 7 p.m. McCrary Park (Asheboro)
July 8 Randolph County* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 10 Davidson County* 7 p.m. Holt Moffitt Stadium (Lexington)
July 11 Kannapolis* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 12 Concord* 4 p.m. Hinson Field (Concord)
July 13 Union County* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 16 Concord* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 17 Davidson County* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 18 Rowan County* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 20 Union County* 7 p.m. Ron Christopher Stadium (Wingate)
July 22 High Point* 7 p.m. Finch Field (Thomasville)
July 24 Kannapolis* 7 p.m. Cannon Ballers Stadium (Kannapolis)
July 25 Greensboro* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 26 Mocksville* 7 p.m. Rich Park (Mocksville)
July 28 Mt. Airy* 7 p.m. Mt. Airy High School (Mt. Airy)
July 29 High Point* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)
July 30 Mocksville* 7 p.m. West Stanly High School (Oakboro)

About Charles Curcio

Charles Curcio has served as the sports editor of the Stanly News & Press for more than 16 years and has written numerous news and feature storeis as well. He was awarded the NCHSAA Tim Stevens Media Representative of the Year and named CNHI Sports Editor of the Year in 2014. He has also won an award from Boone Newspapers, and has won four North Carolina Press Association awards.

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