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Former 49ers baseball player now coaching in the Major Leagues.

Posted at 3:46pm on Jul. 30, 2014

Former Charlotte 49er baseball player Stu Cole is in his second season as the Colorado Rockies third base coach.

Sheldon Crouse balances Legend racing with paramedic schedule

Posted at 8:14am on Jul. 30, 2014

Racing lured Sheldon Crouse from California to North Carolina at age 17, but after about three years of working on Legend cars, he turned his attention to becoming a first responder.

cfa Academy wide receiver commits to Virginia Tech

Posted at 4:31pm on Jul. 30, 2014

Junior wide receiver Conner O’Donnell from cfa Academy verbally committed to Virginia Tech on July25.

Cabarrus County athletes named NCSCA all-state

Posted at 11:19am on Jul. 25, 2014

Several Cabarrus County softball players made the 2014 N.C. Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.

Concord golfer gets to ‘play famously’ for the next year

Posted at 5:36pm on Jul. 24, 2014

Amy Newman recently won an essay contest allowing her to be a Mizuno golf professional.

After more than 4 decades, the Rahilly brothers still enjoy building race engines

Posted at 11:27am on Jul. 23, 2014

Ever since brothers Bob and Dick Rahilly were teenagers, constructing powerful racing engines has consumed their lives, providing them with hundreds of trips to victory lane in several forms of racing.

Charlotte 49ers baseball players star for summer wood-bat teams

Posted at 10:56am on Jul. 22, 2014

Charlotte 49ers baseball players Des Roberts and T.J. Nichting made their respective league’s all-star teams this summer.

Bob Park of Concord still winning races at 73

Posted at 9:02am on Jul. 16, 2014

Throughout Bob Park’s racing career, the Concord resident was known for his accomplishments in the lightweight, powerful modifieds, but this year the 73-year-old driver has shown he can pilot cars with fenders just as well.

Mia Hamm brings soccer academy to Cabarrus

Posted at 2:23pm on Jul. 15, 2014

Women’s soccer’s biggest star brings former teammates in collegiate and international soccer to Cabarrus County to lead soccer camp for girls.

Concord athlete wins Taekwondo gold

Posted at 10:08am on Jul. 14, 2014

Concord’s James Chapman won the gold medal for 15- to 17-year-old black-belt Olympic sparring at the 2014 AAU Taekwondo National Championships on July 2 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.