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.
Many high school athletes dream about being the best, but few actually experience it.
Josh Fox had the goal of playing college football.
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Rachel Brotherton always kept college cheerleading in the back of her mind.
Storm Glautier came to the United States not really with the goal in mind of playing college soccer. But he soon realized how it could help him continue on an upward path.
Madison Mathis thought, just for a short time, that she’d let her playing career fizzle out after high school. But, as it turned out, she just couldn’t let it go.
J.T. Stevens has always enjoyed working hard. So, when faced with playing for one of the top soccer programs in the area, he embraced the challenges.
Growing up, Joey McLean wasn't the tallest or strongest on the court. But he had dreams of playing basketball in college and eventually the NBA.
The East Davidson baseball team couldn’t make a couple plays. Bunker Hill made them pay for it.
It’s fair to say that Tyler Ennis has been through a lot during his high school career.