The T.W. Andrews football team knew what it takes to make the regional finals for the first time since 2005. It was heartbreakingly close last year and didn’t get it done.
Friday's prep roundup
Six games have been played this season by the High Point Christian Academy boys basketball team and one thing is certain of the 2013-2014 edition of the Cougars – they are fast.
Mired in its first close game of the season, the T.W. Andrews football team did enough late to beat visiting Jacksonville Northside 21-14 in the semIfinals of NCHSAA 2AA East playoffs on Friday at A.J. Simeon Stadium.
Codi Miller-McIntyre played his best game as a collegian, and was thoroughly unimpressed.
Sixteen games and 29 teams comprise the schedule for this year’s Headliners Challenge today and Saturday at Wheatmore High.
The T.W. Andrews football team has been looking forward to this for a long time.
Eight games will be played each day Friday and Saturday at Wheatmore, starting at 8 a.m.
Happy Thanksgiving, loyal readers!
Nothing says Thanksgiving like playing basketball in a country where the holiday isn’t recognized.
Westchester Country Day coach Joey Hammond remembers vividly a play Donnie Sellers made early in his seventh-grade year.
Prep roundup: SW Guilford girls, Ragsdale boys, HP Central boys also pick up basketball wins.
HPU roundup: Miles Bowman Jr., of Winston-Salem, will join HPU from Louisburg College and Austin White will join the Panthers out of St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, N.J.
‘Twas the day before Thanksgiving, and nervous turkeys all across the land were laying low. Hang tough, feathered friends — but not too tough, as it’s hard to beat tender, juicy turkey and dressing. But I digress.
Cameron Nieters decided long ago what direction she wanted to go after high school. While other kids her age may have had a vague idea at the time, she knew exactly what she wanted to do: She wanted to play college basketball.