Posted at 10:55am on Jun. 19, 2013
Stefan Parsons always had racing on his mind.
Posted at 2:17pm on Jun. 14, 2013
Todd Spinell and his Jay M. Robinson girls’ soccer team enjoyed their time in the South Piedmont Conference, winning three of four league crowns.
Posted at 2:01pm on Jun. 14, 2013
There seems to be little differences between Hickory Ridge soccer players Chris Inman and James Miller.
Posted at 3:12pm on Jun. 14, 2013
Johnny Meadows loves the game of baseball so much that he has his own baseball field in the front yard of his 100-acre Mooresville farm, complete with a grass infield and two dugouts.
Posted at 2:27pm on Jun. 14, 2013
With conference titles in girls’ soccer and boys’ outdoor track and field, Jay M. Robinson was able to break the winter deadlock with Concord to capture the South Piedmont Conference’s Wells Fargo Conference Cup, the N.C. High School Athletic Association announced. The award recognizes schools with the best athletic performances within individual conferences. Points are awarded based on participation and standings in conference play.
Posted at 11:56am on Jun. 11, 2013
When Concord’s B.J. Beecher finally agreed to attend East Carolina as a “preferred walk-on” on May 27 – very late for this year’s recruiting class – it left the star quarterback and his family asking, “What happened?”
Posted at 11:26am on Jun. 11, 2013
Three Crawdads will take the field in the Northern Division’s starting lineup for the South Atlantic League’s All Star game on June 18, at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, N.J., home of the Lakewood Blue Claws.
Posted at 1:20pm on Jun. 13, 2013
Ed Fox has played Ultimate Frisbee in Charlotte since 1988 and was a member of U.S. teams that won world championships in 1992 and 1994. He says he survived “some lean years” in the 1990s in Charlotte, when there wasn’t much action.
Posted at 1:15pm on Jun. 13, 2013
Shane Basen insists that he’s never been the most talented player on the baseball field or the smartest student in his college classes. Proper preparation, Basen says, is the key to performing well in both arenas. At UNCC, it truly paid off.
Posted at 4:14pm on Jun. 13, 2013
The tournament is open to high school-age boys and girls from the Carolinas.