Cumberland County – Hosting American Competitions since 1775.
Sports and athletics are dear to the heart of any hometown. In Cumberland County, it’s almost a more elevated kind of experience. Our love of country and the American spirit means we take a little bit extra joy in a hard-fought competition. Our wide variety of venues provide an amazing array of opportunities for athletes, tournament organizers, and even dedicated spectators. From soccer to basketball, skeet shooting to fishing, racquetball to wrestling, we have the facilities, accommodations, community amenities and support system to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.
About Hartsell Athletic Association
Top Gun Sports is based out of Concord, NC. It is owned and operated by Donnie Broome and Robin Phillips. The company host youth baseball and softball sporting events up and down the eastern seaboard.
Top Gun Sports is affiliated with Hartsell Athletic Association which is a non-profit athletic association dedicated to the promotion and development of youth sports. Through Hartsell Athletic, Top Gun is able to offer its teams the opportunity to be a subordinate of the Non-Profit which allows teams to solicit donations on a non-profit basis.
The Hartsell Athletic Association is a volunteer youth baseball / softball program dedicated to the promotion and development of youth sports. The most outstanding fact about this organization is that it is made up of volunteers, people like yourself who believe that young people benefit in a number of ways from organized athletic experiences. This program has hosted many youth athletic tournaments through the years will all the profit going back into improving the program and facilities.
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Enjoy watching all the racing action on the 1/2-mile clay track at Fayetteville Motor Speedway during the 2017 season. From March through November, the Speedway is hosting a variety of races in different divisions, to include Late Model, Modified, Super Street, SportMod, Pure Stock, U-Car, and more. Event times vary from race to race. Refer to the event website for the complete season schedule and details.