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.
Jessica Daniel found a natural fit in swimming. She had the talent for it growing up, and she enjoyed it.
Stevie Williams has always pushed himself to become a better player.
Tuesday's regional roundup
For over three decades, Dan Tricarico has led East Davidson in becoming one of the area’s top baseball programs. Now, it will be Dan Patton’s turn.
Rick Mack had to go about things a bit differently on the football field. He didn’t have the physical size many players at his positions have.
Thursday's local roundup
Brayden Masten knew his road to playing college basketball wouldn’t be easy.
Keller Dixon had her goals set from a very early age. Even though they were lofty goals, she was determined to do everything she could to reach them. Now Dixon, who graduated early from Ragsdale, has achieved her most immediate goal of playing NCAA Division I soccer for UNC Asheville.
There have been several players who’ve contributed greatly to Southwest Guilford’s success the last few years. And Briana Burgins has certainly been one of them.
Ledford, in the Mid-Piedmont 3A, and Bishop McGuinness, in the Northwest 1A, took conference honors in Wells Fargo Cup standings for the 2013-14 academic year.
Myles Sowell knew he had a good opportunity to play baseball at a high level. And now he looks to make the most of it.