Unlike in Wake County, administrators in Durham, Orange counties glad to face Cardinals Gibbons
Voyager team will be without two key players
The irrepressible march of technology, East Chapel Hill High School Principal Elaine Tully said, worried her older generation that millennials would become “isolated, insulated and self-absorbed.” To her delight, she told 347 graduates during commencement ceremonies at the Dean E. Smith Center on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus Saturday morning, their generation has created its own communities. They learned to use social media as a tool to express ideas, share opinions, and ignite a passion for life’s challenges.
N.C. Central basketball coach LeVelle Moton has been vocal in his anti-bullying campaigns. Last year, through his foundation, Velle Cares, he spoke at area schools to bring awareness all forms of bullying and the impact that it can have on teenagers.
Softball, baseball title series to be played on Raleigh campus sites
Jaguars clash with Brevard in state final on Saturday
DA tennis headed to NCISAA 3-A semifinals
Chapel Hill advances to face Cardinal Gibbons; East Chapel Hill loses at Leesville Road
Hillside finished second in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4-A boys’ track and field championships Satruday thanks to a strong showing by Marcus Krah and McKinly Brown.
East Chapel Hill faces Green Hope in tennis today, lacrosse pairings set
John Blue's three-hit shutout lifts East Chapel Hill to important Pac-6 baseball win
Hillside High School posted a pair of top-five team finishes at the 4-A Midwest Regional track championships at Greensboro Dudley on Saturday.
With only a few games left in the regular season, baseball coaches are seeking wins — any wins — to get into the upcoming state playoffs.
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.
Knights stay unbeaten in Pac-6 with easy win