HUNTER HARVEY: Making first big-league camp start for Orioles today

HobbsDailyReport.com Click on the link below to read a detailed update on former Bandys High right-hander Hunter Harvey, who is scheduled to make his first start in a Baltimore Orioles exhibition games today (Tuesday). The O’s are playing the Tampa Bay Rays in Port Charlotte, Fla., and the game was in the second inning at about 1:30 p.m. http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2018/02/harvey-finally-gets-the-chance-to-make-exhibition-start.html »crosslinked«

HUNTER HARVEY: Reports from first throwing session at spring camp are excellent

HobbsDailyReport.com SARASOTA, Fla. – Former Bandys High ace pitcher Hunter Harvey, in spring training and on the Baltimore Orioles’ 40-man roster, threw well in his first session in the bullpen since camp started. Click this link for details, as The Baltimore Sun is paying close attention to Harvey as he makes his way back from injuries over the past few …

DOCUMENTARY DEBUT: Story of Bobby Lutz’s career will unfold on Sunday

HobbsDailyReport.com Bobby Lutz, a former player and basketball coach at Bandys High whose college coaching career has included stints as head coach at Pfeiffer and Charlotte, is looking forward to Sunday’s showing of a documentary about his life. Here’s a link to an excellent read about the 1976 grad of Bandys — a Charlotte graduate who first thought he’d pursue …

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL: Top-seeded Mustangs need OT to whip No. 4 Trojans

HobbsDailyReport.com WEDNESDAY’S CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SUMMARIES SEMIFINAL No. 1 EAST LINCOLN 71, No. 4 BANDYS 69, OT (at Catawba Valley Community College) Bandys         15    13    20    15     6—69 E. Lincoln    16    18   11      18    8—71 BANDYS 69—Maxwell 9, Hunter Clanton 11, Charlie Styborski 15, C. Clanton, Gwynn, Davis Clanton 15, Ja’Tay Culliver 14, Reavis 3, Wagner 2. EAST LINCOLN 71—Kabian …

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL: After 15th win, Trojans hope there’s a state playoff spot for them

By CHRIS HOBBS HobbsDailyReport.com CATAWBA – From the beginning of workouts, Charlie Styborski says he could tell boys’ basketball at Bandys High was about to change. “I actually noticed in the first couple of practices we had,” said Styborski, a 6-foot-2 junior guard in his third season on the Trojans varsity. “We had a different energy.” That new buzz and …