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Contributed photoJames McDougald used a stellar high school career at Maxton to garner the attention of Wake Forest, where he started all four years for the Demon Deacons and was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 1992.
Jim McNutt / Observer-Reporter Canon-McMillan head coach Ron Coder, left, joins the team for laps around the field at the beginning of preseason practice.
Brush softball has taken a mighty blow as they begin an incredibly tough run of top 3A teams to begin their season schedule.
After winning state boys soccer championships in 2012, both Washburn Rural in Class 6A and Hayden in 4A were bounced out of the playoffs in regional finals a year ago.
Goose Creek coach Chuck Reedy takes his Gators on the road to Ohio to open the 2014 season Saturday.
Jacot bent on establishing football identity at Buchanan, which is coming off the worst season in the program's 21- year history.
Anson County students headed back to school on Monday morning. Here, parents escort their children to the first day of classes at Wadesboro Primary School.
Allen Worrell/The Carroll NewsFrom left: Carroll County seniors Eustacia Smith, Cheyenne Strickland, Tori Goad, Rachel Farmer and Haley Turner are expected to lead another strong Lady Cavaliers' volleyball team in 2014.
San Pedro surfers have long heard the tall tales from old-timers - legendary hurricane swells that can churn up triple overhead surf.
Vanden High School starting quarterback, Jadon Brisendine barks out signals during practice on Wednesday on campus.
Hamilton High's Ricky Pompa, left, rushes behind Ruben Lopez, right, in the Northern Section Division III championship against Winters on Nov. 27, 2013.
Las Plumas High running back Robert Daley looks for an opening in the Paradise High defense during a football scrimmage Saturday at Harrison Stadium in Oroville.
Danny Udero/Sun-News Silver's Megan Mattie tips the ball over the net during action Tuesday night against Lordsburg.
One volleyball team finished on top of the Sac-Joaquin Section last fall and celebrated the championship well into the winter.
On the first day of volleyball, boys tennis, cross country and girls soccer, fields and courts were loaded with activity throughout Monday.
The Wilmington Wildcat football team takes the field Friday for a trial run when the players scrimmaged each other for Wildcat Night.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 02:53 am
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