David Carrier has plenty of experience at independent schools across the state. He knows the ins and outs better than a lot of people.
The Post 87 HiToms could’ve easily been done. Now, they have new life.
Andy Harper really didn’t know what to expect when the coaching position at High Point Central opened. But he soon was convinced it was the right place for him.
Kernersville still leads the series, 2-1. Game 4 will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Finch Field.
GRAHAM — The Post 87 Junior HiToms completed the three-game sweep of its opening round American Legion best-of-five playoff series with authority late Wednesday night.
Following a standout high school career that culminated with a state championship at T.W. Andrews, she has signed with Belmont Abbey College to continue her playing career at the NCAA Division II level.
Trevor Gay struck out 11 in five innings, while the Post 87 offense built a 9-0 lead through four innings before tacking on one final run in the bottom of the seventh for a 10-0 mercy-rule win at Finch Field to lead their first round-Area III playoff series 2-0.
Mickey Williard knows very well what the expectations are for the Westchester Country Day baseball program. He helped set them as a player on a state championship runner-up team as a player. He also helped maintain them as the junior varsity coach a couple years ago. Now the program and its high expectations are his.
Wheatmore has hired Brandon Poteat as its new varsity boys basketball coach, the school announced Thursday.
The gymnasium at T. Wingate Andrews High School may be named in honor of a legendary coach who launched the basketball program there and served students and young people in the community for years.
The Westchester Country Day baseball team – which has become one of the top private school teams in the area in recent years – will have a new coach next season.
Curtland Hanes grew up with a natural affinity for swimming.
October Campbell had always competed with certain values in mind. So, during her recruitment, when a Johnson C. Smith assistant coach asked her what she thought she could contribute, the answer was easy.
High Point’s Harrison Frye needed a Wednesday morning playoff to clinch one of the final two spots in the match play portion of the 47th annual N.C. Junior Boys Championship in Roaring Gap.