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.
Jaguars clash with Brevard in state final on Saturday
Chapel Hill’s 11-5 win over Cedar Ridge on Tuesday night put the Tigers into tonight’s Big Eight championship game at Cardinal Gibbons against the Crusaders.
Sarah Spicer wins the 16th Durham High School Invitational by two shots over her male competitors
Jaguars in position to win statewide, all-sports competition for fourth consecutive year
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
Jaquon Sowell and Gary Whitaker of Riverside take titles in 4-A, while Southern's James Taylor wins in 3-A.
Teams from the area fared well in regional swimming meets that lead into this week’s state championships.
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.
Lake Norman Charter’s Lauren Loveless bounced back from blowing match point with a 5-2 lead in the second set to defeat Rachel Xu of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and propel the Knights to a 5-2 win and the 2-A state championship, the school’s first in girls tennis, in a battle of unbeaten teams.
NCSSM's Nicholas Walker, Carrboro's Maysa Araba win invidual titles to lead teams to state boys' and girls' championships in Kernersville. ... Complete 2-A and 3-A individual and team results. ... Northern boys upset No. 2 seed Fayetteville Jack Britt in soccer playoffs; Granville Central eliminated ... Developing story ...
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.
The 25th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state1-A and 2-A championships in women’s dual-team tennis have been moved from Burlington to Raleigh and Voyager Academy and N.C. Science and Math will play for those titles, respectively, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 1.