With a hint of jazz, a dash of ukulele and a whole lot of laughter the Durham School of the Arts Class of 2015 took their final steps as high school students. Salutatorian Emma Crenshaw was one of the first graduates to address the crowd at Duke University’s Cameron Indoor Stadium on Thursday. Crenshaw, a future UNC student, reminded her cohorts that in graduating they achieved something remarkable.
The awards and honors keep piling in for Hillside’s Keith Beasley Jr., and Carolina Liu of Science & Math.
Carrboro’s Maysa Araba set two state records and teammates Magnus Herweyer and Helen Morken also were winners for the Jaguars in the NCHSAA 2-A Track & Field Championships at Irwin Belk Track in Greensboro on Saturday.
Sarah Spicer wins the 16th Durham High School Invitational by two shots over her male competitors
Now that the weather woes seem to be gone, the state basketball playoffs finally can get started for local team.
Teams hoping to start postseason Wednesday, but some can't start until Thursday
Weather knocks out plans for games as team's prep for state playoffs
Hillside's Jackson, Jordan's Brown and Northwood's Council and Ghadegesin of School of the Arts claim individual titles
Teams from the area fared well in regional swimming meets that lead into this week’s state championships.
Southern’s James Taylor put his unique twist on the David and Goliath story of the ultimate underdog overachiever, going into his 220-pound championship match at the Tiger Holiday Classic outsized, not favored by many to win, and battling a fierce fever.
Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina School Athletic Association, on Wednesday announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2014 fall sports season. Area leaders include Granville Central, Carrboro, N.C. School of Science & Mathematics, and East Chapel Hill.
Refugees from the Karen people’s 65-year ongoing rebellion against the Myanmar (Burma) government are playing a key role for Carrboro in the Jaguars’ run in the state 2-A boys’ soccer playoffs. ... Also, a look at all-state field hockey and cross country teams ...
The N.C. High School Athletic Association state championships in cross country for boys and girls return to Kernersville for the fifth straight year Saturday, Nov. 1. The races will be run at the Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex in Kernersville.
Area golf (Monday and Tuesday) and cross country athletes (Saturday) active in state championship playoffs this week ... South Granville to travel to Carrboro for state 2-A volleyball semifinals at 6 p.m. Tuesday.