The N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association is planning major changes to its playoff and conference structure. Plus two prominent players are moving from one Mecklenburg County school to another, and Jay Edwards' athletes of the spring sports season
Not so long ago, Charlotte Country Day all-state offensive lineman Triston Miller was getting no college offers and was ready to give up football. On June 29, he'll pick from five Power 5 conference schools as his FBS destination.
Charlotte Catholic coach Mike Brodowicz is excited about his team, No. 1 in the Charlotte Observer's "way-too-early" Sweet 16 high school football poll. Here are preseason rankings for the top 16 teams in the area for 2018.
Hickory Ridge cornerback Garrett Williams was in sixth grade when he realized he wanted to be on the Ragin’ Bulls football team. Friday, the three-star prospect displayed his talent at the Carolina Panthers' annual 7-on-7 passing tournament.
Remember former Wake Forest Demon Deacons All-American Aaron Curry? The former No. 4 overall NFL draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks is now working as defensive coordinator at Country Day, a private high school in south Charlotte.
Providence Day linebacker Osi Ekwonu will play his college football at Notre Dame. In addition to the Fighting Irish, he also received offers from Duke, Charlotte, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State, Syracuse and Wake Forest.
On June 4 a lifelong dream came true for Jordyn Adams after he was selected in the first round (pick No. 17) by the Los Angeles Angels. After all the celebrating was done, Jordyn’s mom, Alexis, reminded the 18 year-old that he still had school the next day.
West Charlotte High School has seen some successes in football and basketball — but when asked, coaches couldn't name a leader on any team. Now, they're working with a professional trainer to give students tools to make an impact.