Storms forecast for the Triangle never arrived at East Chapel Hill High School Tuesday afternoon and early evening, but Northern made it thunder with 11 hits in a 9-1 win over the Wildcats.
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.
Riverside pitcher Kory Behenna picked up his fifth win of the season despite a shaky start as the defending PAC-6 champs downed visiting East Chapel Hill 3-2 in a low-hitting makeup game Monday night
East Chapel Hill, the state’s No. 1-ranked boys’ tennis program, will host Richmond County in the opening round of the state 4-A dual-match tennis championships today.
MAX SMITH SWEEPS EAST CHAPEL HILL TEAMMATE ROBERT BOND IN SINGLES FINALS
Max Smith of the state's No. 1-ranked East Chapel Hill boys' tennis team beat teammate Robert Bond 6-2, 7-5 to claim the 4-A PAC-6 singles title at the PAC-6 Championships Wednesday.
David Senerchia and /Dillon Leovic of Northern downed their crosstown rivals, Charles Herst and Patrick Taylor of Jordan, 7-5, 6-1 to win the doubles title.
Each of the finalists, along with the semifinalists they beat to advance to the championship round, have qualified for next weekend's state individual regional state 4-A tournament at Greensboro Page High School.
Former Pirates diver earns Division III all-American honors
Retirement has done little to hamper the coaching career of area prep tennis legend Lindsey Linker and likely will have little effect on cross-town basketball/volleyball coaching great Sherry Norris.
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.
Hillside survived a fourth-quarter rally to beat the East Chapel Hill boys 68-59 in the quarterfinals of the PAC-6 4-A Tournament at Roxboro’s Person High School Tuesday night. In the nightcap of Tuesday’s quarterfinal round, homestanding Person upended No. 4 seed Riverside 75-72
Andrea’Anna Poole scored 17 points to lead Riverside to an easy 61-25 win over Roxboro Person in the quarterfinals of the PAC-6 girls basketball tournament at Person High School here Tuesday. In the day’s second PAC-6 4-A Tournament girls’ quarterfinal, Northern eliminated East Chapel Hill’s girls.
Jordan's Mike Lee hung out downtown, dropped 19 on East Chapel Hill.
The way Hillside’s Robert Robinson Jr. was shooting Tuesday night, his “Big Shot Bob” nickname just might stick. So named by Hornets coach Crasten Davis, Robinson hit big shot after big shot against East Chapel Hill, pouring in a career-high 32 points in a 76-59 victory over the Wildcats.
Freshman attacker Sydney Holman scored five goals, three unassisted, and contributed two assists for the defending NCAA champs and No. 1-ranked Tar Heels on Saturday, helping to lift UNC to a surprisingly easy 20-8 win over No. 4 Florida in the season opener for both teams.
In an explosive fourth-period fusillade and a seeming blink of the eye, the Knights ripped off 32 points in the final period to avoid disaster and down the host Wildcats 68-55.
After falling behind in the first period, Jordan went on a 12-2 run to take the lead for good.