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.
Voyager Academy won its second straight NCAC Tournament.
Voyager beat Kestrel Heights 66-52 to win the boys’ 1-A North Central Athletic Conference Tournament on Friday at home.
Voyager Academy figures on being greedy tonight. But Kestrel Heights is hungry, too. They’ll meet at Voyager tonight at 7:30 and the winner will go home with the 1-A North Central Athletic Conference Tournament championship.
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.
On Saturday in the MLK High School Basketball Classic, the Voyager Academy boys basketball team shot just well enough to keep things interesting but ultimately lost to Riverside 69-59 on Riverside’s home floor.
Nation's top high school sophomore center, 7-1 Thon Maker of Martinsburg, Va.'s Carlisle School, will be on hand for Monday night game. Games are scheduled throughout the day Saturday and Monday and feature area programs Hillside, Northerm, Riverside, Mount Zion Christian, Voyager Academy, Durham School of the Arts and Bull City Prep.
Donnie Davies played at Cummings High School, in Burlington, before heading to Georgia Tech.
NCAC 1-A All-Conterence teams named in volleyball, girls' tennis, boys' and girls' cross country and boys' soccer ...
East Chapel Hill, N.C. Science & Math, Carrboro and Granville Central high schools are area leaders in fall sports Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions, the N.C. High School Athletic Association announced Wednesday.
Boys' and girls' basketball ... boys' and girls' swimming ...
The N.C. School of Science and Mathematics had three of the first five individual finishers to take win the state’s 2-A boys’ cross country team championship at the Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex — formerly Beeson Park — in Kernersville Saturday. Complete area results for all four classifications, all local teams and runners.
1-A/2-A/3-A playoff roundup: Chapel Hill, Northwood, NCSSM, Carrboro, Woods Charter, Granville Central advance to second round of boys' soccer.
Carrboro, N.C. Science & Math and Research Triangle High School are among the favorites to take home state cross country championships in their classifications Saturday at the Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex in Kernersville.
Plus good sports at Duke and N.C. Central.