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Q&A on racism and police reform with Jayden Davis, a 17-year old Jordan-Matthews High School student-athlete. more
The East Chatham Chargers and the Siler City Jets, two youth football programs, won’t take the field in this year. more
Even with 40,000 made shots under his belt this summer, Northwood’s Tucker Morgan found himself a bit rusty last month. Could you blame him? When Morgan stepped onto a court at the Rock Hill … more
SILER CITY — He roamed those sidelines for 19 seasons, a 6-foot-4 gentle giant whose steady hand and penchant for the counter right run play made his name synonymous with successful Jordan-Matthews … more
Assuming its current plan to start the 2020-21 school year with nine weeks of online learning remains in place, Chatham County Schools won’t hold any workouts in that timeframe, a spokesperson … more
After a spring and summer’s worth of coronavirus-induced cancellations and delays, Chatham County’s five high schools got a comprehensive roadmap for fall sports last Wednesday. That … more
Every morning, Sarah Barbour wakes up at 7:30 a.m. By 8 a.m., she’s running, with the open country and trails of Moncure as her course and contemporary Christian as her music of choice. The … more
BEAR CREEK — Two longtime friends, countless fishing expeditions and a love of small-town life have added up to a young business for Chatham native Chris Callicutt and his friend Brad Terry. … more
SILER CITY — Phil Senter, the vaunted Jordan-Matthews football coach who led the Jets to 14 consecutive playoff appearances in 19 years at the helm, died Tuesday morning. His daughter, Wendy … more
High school sports in North Carolina won't begin official practices until Nov. 4 and competitions until Nov. 16, according to the NCHSAA's new 2020-21 athletics calendar announced Wednesday by comissioner Que Tucker. more
BEAR CREEK — You didn’t have to worry about Micah Gurley. He didn’t get in trouble. He got good grades. Plug him into any position on the football or baseball field — designated hitter, … more
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PITTSBORO — It’s not every day you have your son stream an MLB game on your phone and feed you pitch-by-pitch updates from the backseat on your family’s drive back home from Emerald Isle … more
Last month, Chatham County Schools suspended all summer workouts and athletic activities indefinitely. And, if current plans hold, athletes and coaches won’t take the field again in an … more
The NCHSAA will delay the 2020 fall sports season beyond its planned Sept. 1 start date for member schools, the association said Tuesday morning in a news release. The announcement came the … more
After 110 appearances in relief over five seasons, Northwood alum Austin Brice checked a major box off his baseball resume Sunday. And it came on a national stage. Brice logged his first career … more
PITTSBORO — The venue was smaller. The conversations came through car windows. And the announcements were broadcast on an empty radio frequency, 88.3 FM, so those parked at the back of the Eastern … more
Playing outside their usual home stadium and in a season like no other, the Deep River Muddogs came up two games short of a championship last weekend. The Muddogs, who usually play in Ramseur but … more
SILER CITY — Eddie Mason was more of a bookworm. But there he was, on the practice field at Jordan-Matthews in the summer of 1986, about to take his first handoff as a high school running … more
In his years on the mound, Caleb Staley has developed what he calls “a really bad habit.” Before he rears back for a pitch, he’ll lick the fingers on his left hand. It started as a way to … more
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