Welcome back to another edition of Playing the Field. In this month’s column, we will tackle Charlotte’s Roller derby, Rugby and bowling teams, as well as some of the South’s biggest softball tournaments. So, without further adieu, let’s get to the teams!
Howdy sports fans! I hope everyone is enjoying nice spring weather, which has been a long time coming. Here’s hoping that the extreme high pollen count has not dampened your resolve to go out and play, watch and support your local LGBT sports teams. In that vein, here is what you might have missed and what you should not miss over the coming weeks!
Well it is March and the “Madness” is everywhere! But with any “disease,” there is a cure. And that cure is more Charlotte Sports!
Hey everybody! I sure hope everyone has thawed from the winter blast that blanketed us in snow in February. Now with spring right around the corner, it is time to get out and support your local gay athletes! So, put away your parkas, store your ugly Christmas sweaters and check some of these events out!
Welcome back to Playing the Field! It’s a new year and there are plenty of LGBT sports going in 2014. To tackle them all, let’s start the year with a little Q&A!
As the year came to an end, most if not all of our local sports teams are taking a break for the holiday season. So, let us take a look at the Carolinas’ professional sports teams seasons thus far.
Well, the end of the year is here. All your local sports teams and leagues have shut it down for the holiday season. But, just in case you missed anything, here is a recap! Roller Derby The Gastonia G Force wrapped up their season November 17 with a home bout versus the Rogue Rollergirls out …
As the leaves begin to change color and with the temperatures getting cooler, the local LGBT sports teams are starting to wind down their seasons.
Welcome back! Its fall, and a lot of team sports in the Carolinas have started their fall seasons. So, whether you are into softball, rugby, roller derby or all of the above, go check them out before the season is over!
One hundred and fifty-six teams from across the United States and Canada. Five thousand players and fans. Five straight days of competitive softball. That is what the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance World Series (NAGAAAWS) is in a nutshell.