PAC-6 Track & Field Championships reduced to one day (Thursday) at Hillside ... NCCU opens MEAC T&F Championships ... Duke, UNC men's and women's players named to NCAA individual and doubles tennis fields ... More ...
Jason Tudryn, who took Carrboro High School into the varsity football ranks and came within an eyelash of winning a state title in his sixth season at the helm, has left the program to join the staff of North Carolina coach Larry Fedora. ... Plus, rain claims much of Tuesday's schedule including some dual-team tennis playoff action, PAC-6 4-A track championships and PAC-6 golf championship.
Durham Academy's Will Beischer fires a 3-under 69 to lap the field at the annual Durham High School Invitational golf tournament at Treyburn Country Club Wednesday. DA also won the team title, finishing ahead of Trinity School of Durham & Chapel Hill.
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Former Pirates diver earns Division III all-American honors
Jordan coach Ty Cox: Salita Greene "is a double-double machine."
Area teams lead or share leads in five of six conferences that include area high school interscholastic athletic programs after the winter season in Wells Fargo Conference Cup competition.
Hampton University freshman and 2013 Jordan High School alumna Bayley Coleman-Cox will return to the area when Hampton’s Lady Pirates meet Michigan State at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, March 23 at Carmichael Auditorium on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill for a first-round game of the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament.
Tyreek Frye's 20 points weren't enough to get Jordan into the second round of the state playoffs.
It's been a long time since the Jordan girls made it to the second round of the state playoffs.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association on Saturday announced its brackets for the state 1-A/2-A/3-A/4-A boys’ basketball tournaments which begin Monday night. No. 1 seeds went to the Chapel Hill (3-A) and Granville Central (1-A) girls and to the Orange (3-A) boys.
Hillside’s domination of the PAC-6 continued as the Hornets wrapped up their eighth straight PAC-6 4-A Tournament girls’ basketball championship with a 64-49 win over Jordan Friday at Roxboro Person High School
Hillside now is three-for-three in getting to the PAC-6 Tournament title game under third-year coach Crasten Davis and it took a fourth-quarter rally to make it happen.
Jordan took down Riverside for the third time this season and advanced to the girls’ PAC-6 4-A Tournament championship game against top-seeded Hillside Friday with a 56-51 win at Person High School here Wednesday night.
Area 2-A, 3-A and 4-A wrestlers who finished in the top four of their weight classes in regional competition Sunday and Monday will take to the mats at the Greensboro Coliseum Thursday through Saturday for NCHSAA championship competition. Area 1-A qualifiers will begin state title competition Friday and continue on Saturday.