High school athletes at Heritage and EC Glass High Schools and across the area have begun spring sports practices. Both Lynchburg City schools compete in the Seminole District.
Athletes will have good weather for at least part of this week for practices. Baseball, softball, soccer, and tennis players were on the fields and courts at Heritage and Glass yesterday and today, enjoying the sunshine and blue skies.
Heritage’s biggest rival is cross-town foe EC Glass. Other big match-ups in all Seminole District sports include Jefferson Forest, Brookville, and Amherst. Games against all of these foes will draw big crowds, both home and away.
Schedules for all EC Glass spring sports can be found at http://www.lcsedu.net/schools/ecg/athletics/spring-sports. Most spring season games will being in March.
Schedules for all Heritage spring sports can be found at http://www.lcsedu.net/schools/hhs/athletics/spring-sports. Heritage’s track teams will compete in their first meet on April 4. All other sports will have their first games in mid-March.
Make your plans now to attend some spring sports events and support your hometown Pioneers and Hilltoppers.