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Charlotte’s Phillip O. Berry Academy football coach compensating for losing players from last year’s team

Posted at 12:58pm on Sep. 18, 2014

Berry Academy baseball players are among those playing football for the first time for the Cardinals, after the team lost 11 seniors to graduation and another 10 to transfer.

CSA team wins Charlotte Invitational

Posted at 10:08am on Sep. 18, 2014

The Charlotte Soccer Academy Predator girls’ soccer team won the U14 adiPower bracket of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Charlotte Invitational tournament Aug.24 at Ramblewood Park.

Royals sweep individual titles at Royals Twilight meet

Posted at 12:35pm on Sep. 12, 2014

Queens University of Charlotte’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams got off to a strong start to the 2014 season, sweeping the individual titles and winning a team championship at the Royals Twilight meet.

Weddington cross country running to stay on top

Posted at 12:10pm on Sep. 12, 2014

Defending 3A state champion Weddington boys’ cross country wants to run to another champion season.

No. 16 is more than just a number for Providence QB Caleb York

Posted at 10:18am on Sep. 10, 2014

Providence High senior quarterback Caleb York wants to lead his team to a SoMeck 8 conference championship.

Penske brings IndyCar title to Mooresville

Posted at 12:11am on Sep. 12, 2014

Team Penske brought an IndyCar championship to Mooresville when Will Power finished first in the series. Teammate Helio Castroneves finished second.

Dream season had a lasting impact on former SouthPark Falcons’ players, coaches

Posted at 11:55am on Sep. 4, 2014

The 2008 South Park Falcons Pee-Wee football team produced 14 current south-Charlotte high school football players.

Charlotte Boxing Academy to host two events this weekend.

Posted at 2:35pm on Sep. 4, 2014

Battle of the Carolinas will pit amateur boxers from North Carolina and South Carolina against each other.

Gold Hill Middle School student sinks hole-in-one

Posted at 1:21pm on Sep. 4, 2014

Gold Hill Middle School eighth grader Stephen Fredenberg made a hole-in-one Aug. 24 at Regent Park Golf Club in Fort Mill, a course he had never played before.

Independence safety Cole Reynolds is making the grade on and off the field

Posted at 11:30am on Sep. 3, 2014

Independence senior safety Cole Reynolds makes a difference on the field and in the classroom for Patriots.

Charlotte Country Day wins Best of the Best volleyball tournament

Posted at 12:59pm on Aug. 29, 2014

The Charlotte Country Day volleyball team won the championship of the N.C. Best of the Best Invitational that it hosted Aug.22-23.

Marvin Ridge volleyball player embraces bumps, bruises

Posted at 3:05pm on Sep. 2, 2014

Marvin Ridge senior Makenzie Kuchmaner, 17, is in the libero position – the defensive specialist – which requires a player to be in constant pursuit of the volleyball. It often leaves Kuchmaner putting her 5-foot-6 frame in between the floor and the ball.

Queens insider: Royals cross country teams picked to finish second in SAC

Posted at 8:53am on Aug. 27, 2014

Queens University of Charlotte’s men’s and women’s cross country teams were both picked to finish second in the South Atlantic Conference this season in a vote by the conference’s head coaches.

River Run ready to host Chiquita Classic

Posted at 2:49pm on Sep. 1, 2014

PGA Web.com Tour makes second visit to River Run Country Club. Practice rounds begin Monday and the tournament opens Thursday.

Former Winthrop Eagle vying for NBA team

Posted at 4:21pm on Aug. 27, 2014

Former Winthrop basketball player Michael Jenkins was invited to the Brooklyn Nets fall training camp.

United Faith volleyball coach and daughter take summer trip to tournament in Croatia

Posted at 3:30pm on Aug. 25, 2014

United Faith coach Sherry Connor and her daughter Shannon Bradley participated in the Global Challenge volleyball tournament in Croatia.

East Meck soccer forward wants to keep making an impact

Posted at 2:37pm on Aug. 26, 2014

East Meck boys’ soccer junior forward Charles Basse has even bigger goals this season.

Kids hook 25 Tennessee stripers

Posted at 12:15pm on Aug. 27, 2014

Tony Horton and Mark Jacobs recently took their sons striper fishing on the Tennessee River in Lenoir City, Tenn. Together the group caught 25 stripers; eight were 18 pounds or heavier. Zack Horton, 13, left, caught a 28-pounder, while Evan Jacobs, 9, caught a 22-pounder.

Queens University of Charlotte women’s soccer looking forward from a strong season

Posted at 11:30am on Aug. 21, 2014

The Queens University of Charlotte women’s soccer team is looking forward to building on one of its most successful seasons last year.

Covenant Day volleyball wants to build on historic season

Posted at 1:47pm on Aug. 21, 2014

Reigning NCISAA 3A state runner-up Covenant Day volleball is hungry to get back to the championship game.

Wingate University: Former Bulldogs quarterback Robbie Nallenweg is regional winner

Posted at 3:19pm on Aug. 22, 2014

Wingate University graduate and former quarterback Robbie Nallenweg has been selected as one of the two regional winners of the NCAA Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award.

Myers Park Trinity wins Little League titles

Posted at 3:32pm on Aug. 20, 2014

The Myers Park Trinity Little League 10U All-Stars won the District 3 and North Carolina championships this summer.

Cheong and Herron look to help make Charlotte Latin girls’ golf a contender

Posted at 11:42am on Aug. 20, 2014

The Charlotte Latin girls’ golf team hopes to have its best season in school history.

Providence High School boys’ cross country returns ‘really strong pack’

Posted at 12:31pm on Aug. 15, 2014

The Providence High boys’ cross country team is ranked No. 17 in the NCRunners.com preseason rankings.

Charlotte Country Day golfer wins tournament

Posted at 1:13pm on Aug. 15, 2014

Grant Smith, a Charlotte Country Day student, won the Boys 14 title at the U.S. Kids Teen World Championship on July24-26 on Pinehurst No.6.

Fire up the gridiron: South Charlotte football preview

Posted at 1:49pm on Aug. 18, 2014

The south Charlotte region produces some of the top teams in North Carolina on a regular basis.

Northwestern Trojans football goal: Repeat as state champions

Posted at 1:51pm on Aug. 18, 2014

Northwestern football wants to win back-to-back state titles for the first time in school history.

Charlotte Catholic running into a new era of Cougar football

Posted at 1:49pm on Aug. 18, 2014

Charlotte Catholic football gets ready for the season with All-American running back Elijah Hood and legendary coach Jim Oddo gone.

York football preview

Posted at 1:51pm on Aug. 18, 2014

The three high schools from the city of Rock Hill have dominated Upper State football in recent years.

Younger Royals will again challenge for SAC titles

Posted at 10:21am on Aug. 8, 2014

The Queens men’s soccer team will field a significantly younger lineup this season, but head coach Oliver Carias believes the talent is there for another winning season.

Marvin Ridge’s Lexi King hopes to improve on freshman cross country season

Posted at 3:38pm on Aug. 7, 2014

Marvin Ridge sophomore Lexi King has already emerged as one of the states’ best runners.

Charlotte Country Day to host Best of the Best volleyball tournament

Posted at 3:11pm on Aug. 7, 2014

Charlotte Country Day will host the N.C. Best of the Best Invitational volleyball tournament Aug.22-23.

SouthPark teen organizes figure skating show to raise money for cancer-support charity

Posted at 3:40pm on Aug. 5, 2014

Gabrielle Gorman helped raise $1,800 for the GoJenGo Foundation with the “Brighter Than The Sun” figure skating show.

Ardrey Kell girls’ golf focusing on the process

Posted at 9:50am on Aug. 6, 2014

Two-time defending 4A state champion Ardrey Kell girls’ golf is led by senior Megan Cullip and junior Alexis Whitney.

Hole-in-one at Raintree Country Club

Posted at 2:28pm on Aug. 6, 2014

Dan Kragnes hit a hole-in-one at Raintree Country Club on July28.

Curmudgeons capture soccer championship

Posted at 2:01pm on Aug. 5, 2014

The Real Lyold Curmudgeons, a team made primarily of players from Charlotte and northern Virginia, won the U.S. Amateur Soccer Association's Veterans Cup O-55 division national championship in July in Virginia Beach.

Queens men’s lacrosse restocks for 2015 season

Posted at 11:24am on Aug. 1, 2014

Queens University of Charlotte’s men's lacrosse team, which earned its first-ever NCAA tournament berth in May, stocked up during the offseason, adding 13 players to the Royals' roster for the 2015 season.

Golf Club at Ballantyne hoping to score a family image

Posted at 11:26am on Aug. 7, 2014

Golf Club at Ballantyne staff are removing the ‘intimidation factor’ from the game.

Providence Day’s Cockrell wins at Junior Olympics

Posted at 9:59am on Aug. 1, 2014

Providence Day junior runner Anna Cockrell won the women’s 100-meter hurdles (17-18 Division) at the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympics on July21-27 in Humble, Texas.

Winthrop golfer Zach Seabold headed to Atlanta for U.S. Amateur

Posted at 1:45pm on Jul. 31, 2014

Summer vacations are designed for traveling, celebrating family functions, relaxing and sometimes reaching new heights. Winthrop University’s sophomore golfer Zach Seabolt has done all of that, especially the latter.