Dear North Pitt Athletic Family,

            The North Pitt Baseball Panthers just finished their 48th season of baseball. In those years, the history books have been written, and memories have been made that will be cherished forever. Our community has always played a pivotal role in our program, on and off the field.

            Our program has experienced a great deal of recent success as well.  We have now reached the state playoffs 13 our of the last 17 years. We have won multiple EPC Conference Championships, Easter Tournament Championships, establishing several #1 Rankings in the NC 2A Impact Baseball Polls, as well as compiling 286 wins since 2003!

            The hard work and dedication of our players and coaches have produced 19 collegiate players in the last 18 years, as well as turning out more collegiate and professional players before this time period.  We have also been honored with accolades such as having several Daily Reflector Pitcher of the Year (Cameron Rollins, Tyler Sutton), Daily Reflector Hitter of the Year (Ethan Powell, Bryant Battle, and several Daily Reflector, EPC, and Region I Coach of the Year honors.  We also have produced 13 All-State Players.  The tradition, history, and memories of past players continue to burn brightly with us all.

            In 2007, we started a project in order to capture some of the history that has been made by not only our baseball program, but North Pitt Athletics and school history as a whole. We constructed the "NORTH PITT LEGACY WALL" and sold engraved bricks in order to establish names of players and community members that have played such a huge part in making this one of the top 2A programs in the state. The project was huge success, and we sold out of bricks very quickly. Over the years, I have been asked multiple times each year how someone can go about buying "a brick". Unfortunately, we had to turn down dozen of people.

            Now for the exciting news! During the 2018-2019 school year, we have renovated and expanded our "Legacy Wall" and have more spaces available for our community to continue to capture a piece of North Pitt history forever! This is a great time to put a former North Pitt baseball player, student, athlete, business, or community member's name etched in stone at our basebell field that will remain for future generations to see! All prceeds from our "Legacy Wall" will go towards replacing our current dry-rotted backstop netting that must be replaced. 

This is an exciting time to be a current or former Panther!

This investment is greatly appreciated and will directly benefit our North Pit Baseball program. Once again, thank you for the memories, hard work, dedication, and Commitment to Excellence!



                Ryan Meadows

                Head Baseball Coach

                North Pitt High School


If you have any questions or concerns please contact: 

Ryan Meadows at [email protected]

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