Kendall Cooper scored 21 points and No. 16-ranked and fourth-seeded Duke proved too much for 13th-seeded Wake Forest, advancing in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament with a 77-68 win on Friday.
When the horn finally sounded Thursday night, NCCU was on the winning end of a 69-58 victory over N.C. A&T in front of a gym filled to the brim, raucously celebrating not only a win over an arch-rival, but also the program’s first undefeated conference record in any division.
Sports Illustrated reported the school looked into sexual assault claims against the former Duke basketball player but closed it for lack of evidence
Voyager's game features teams with contrasting styles, and the squads both have a player who is 6 feet 10 inches tall.
Saturday's regional tournaments sent qualifiers to state meets
Early school closings curtail after-school activities.
Hillside's Jackson, Jordan's Brown and Northwood's Council and Ghadegesin of School of the Arts claim individual titles
The difference was about a wink of the eye. Maybe, more aptly, a splash of the hand. But it made all the difference between Michael Wohl of East Chapel Hill grabbing gold and finishing with a powerful silver medal performance in the 100 freestyle at the 4A state swimming championships at Triangle Aquatic Center on Saturday.
The PAC-6 4-A moved up the start of its boys’ and girls’ basketball tournaments at Saturday’s coaches’ meeting because of the threat of wintry weather this week. The tournaments will now begin on Monday instead of Tuesday.
The East Chapel Hill High boys basketball team spoiled Jordan's senior night.
The Carrboro boys team tied for first with Shelby in the state swim meet Friday.
The Chapel Hill boys swim team took first place for the second year in a row, while the girls team dropped to third after finishing as the runner-up last year.
Northern's main man is Kentrell Barkley. Jordan capitalized when he was out of the game.
The way Riverside's girls played defense was too much for Person.
Picked to win MEAC again, Eagles have fulfilled their goal
Hatchell wants her team girded for physical play in the post
N.C. Central University trustees have set up a working group to study the long-term “sustainability and justification” of the school’s intercollegiate athletics program.
UNC warms up for Duke rematch by winning its second consecutive road game
Duke carries nine-game winning streak into senior night game
Lindholm's goal lifts Carolina over reigning Stanley Cup champions
If there’s a basketball game being played involving Jabari Parker, it’s only natural to find him in the starting lineup.
That was the case at Chicago’s Simeon Career Academy where Parker started on four consecutive state championship teams and was the national prep player of the year.
P.J. Hairston’s NBA career started the exact same way his college career at North Carolina ended – with the Greensboro native never getting in the game.
Islanders convert power plays into early lead and hold on to top Carolina 5-3 at PNC Arena.
Nine games into the upcoming NBA regular season, the Charlotte Hornets have a 9 p.m. tip with the Phoenix Suns. Hornets rookie P.J. Hairston is due in Durham County District Court that morning, Nov. 14. He was supposed to be in court Friday, Sept. 12, but his case has been delayed again.
The John Avery Boys & Girls Club will be among the beneficiaries of the Bull City Open Golf Championship in August.
UNC Wilmington signee and former Trinity School of Durham & Chapel Hill golf star Alaina Yeatts was eliminated in the semifinals of the Carolinas Golf Association’s N.C. Junior Girls’ Golf Championship at Starmount Forest Country Club here Thursday.
Recent Trinity School of Durham & Chapel Hill graduate Alaina Yeatts is the lone survivor among four area qualifiers at the Carolinas Golf Association’s N.C. Junior Girls’ Championship at Starmount Forest Country Club here Wednesday.
About two dozen photographers lined up in a row on the range Tuesday at Congressional, a reminder that golf is different when Tiger Woods is around. And that was before Woods even arrived to hit balls for 35 minutes.
Wie gets first major win