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Kings Mountain's football team returns 24 starters this season. Take a moment to process that.
Watauga's football team held a minicamp practice Tuesday and will hold another today.
Former Forestview standout Keon Williams was a first team running back selection for preseason league favorite Chattanooga and Western Carolina's Richard Sigmon and Darius Ramsey were second team selections.
CRAMERTON PARKS & REC * Fall registration with Cramerton Parks and Recreation is currently open until Friday, or until teams are full.
Impressive pitching combined with potent offense earned South Caldwell's Taylor Purus the honor of Caldwell County's Player of the Year.
Williamston won the Little League state crown. The Southern Johnston Baseball Association's South Johnston Little League team and Cleveland's Coach-Pitch team grabbed third place finishes.
Bayle Wood is the catcher and a four-year player. She currently leads the team in batting average and is tied for team lead in RBI.
From left, Tyler Stuart, Kalon Bowling and Abigail Hamilton graduated after serving in the Fuquay-Varina Fire Department's Explorer program for four years.
Missed opportunities left the North Carolina Dixie Pre-Majors champions from West Bladen with plenty to think about on their 621-mile ride home to Bladen County this week.
After a four-yearcareer with North Lenoir athletics, Heather Carson had the chance to play collegiately on the other side of the state.
Providence Day rising senior Nick Linder hopes to lead the Chargers' cross country team to a fifth straight state championship.
The Wakefield Wolverines, led by junior Bo Boyden are the top-ranked boys tennis team in the state entering the 2014 NCHSAA playoffs.
It is less than a month until high school football games start to count, and even less time until the first practice and scrimmages of the season.
Cary coach Jerry Winterton gives instructions to wrestler Juan Macias during his 285-pound consolation round match of the NCHSAA 4A state wrestling championships Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010.
Former area softball star Erica Nunn made 36 appearances and started 23 games in the circle as the No.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:02 am
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