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SILER CITY — Five months to the day after Jordan-Matthews’ Jennah Fadely swam the best race of her high school career, she scored another major honor. On Feb. 6, at the NCHSAA 1A/2A Swimming … more
CHAPEL HILL — At his home in Governors Club, the decorations in Ken Huff’s basement paint a very different picture than the ones a floor above in his office. Downstairs, you’ll see four … more
Starting Aug. 3, athletes can share equipment such as footballs, basketballs and volleyballs within "small groups/pods" under the NCHSAA's newly released Phase Two guidelines for workouts. The … more
At the gym he owns in Sterling, Virginia, Eddie Mason displays one of his old burgundy and gold Washington Redskins helmets on the wall. It’s a reminder of his credentials — and his four most … more
SILER CITY — Noah Carter’s two years at Chatham Charter were busy, to say the least. He dove headfirst into college-level classes. He worked out incessantly to improve his pitch speed. He … more
PITTSBORO — The stats are eye-popping enough. But to truly appreciate Madi Horrell’s 2019 season in goal for Northwood women’s lacrosse, you need the context. Last spring was the Chargers’ … more
Effective immediately, Chatham County Schools is suspending summer workouts "until further notice" at Northwood, Jordan-Matthews and Chatham Central. The Northwood athletic department tweeted the … more
The NCHSAA has delayed the start of fall sports until at least September 1, the organization said in a  release Wednesday. Phase One workouts, which have been alllowed since June 15, will … more
Central Carolina Community College has canceled its fall sports season in reaction to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the school said in Tuesday morning release. The Cougars’ decision came a … more
BEAR CREEK — Sherman Howze has worked in football for close to 30 years. But Chatham Central’s head coach admittedly felt like a rookie last week. “I’ve never seen anything like it,” … more
Over the last month, the NCHSAA’s next major decision on when and whether high schools will play sports this fall grew increasingly contingent on Gov. Roy Cooper’s upcoming school reopening plan, … more
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SILER CITY — For the last three years, Casey Golden has spent his summers traveling and playing baseball games at a breakneck pace all across the country, from Grand Junction, Colorado, to … more
It was Thursday, March 12, when the NCAA announced what had seemed unthinkable — it was canceling March Madness and all other winter and spring championships as the COVID-19 pandemic began to … more
In last week’s issue, the News + Record featured Dena Floyd, the athletic director at Woods Charter School, in a story on the intersection of racial injustice protests and sports. In this … more
CHAPEL HILL — As an athletic director, Dena Floyd doesn’t shy away from communication. Calls. Texts. Board meetings. Preliminary emails. It’s how she keeps the athletic department at Woods … more
PITTSBORO — Kristian Eanes was in a unique situation this spring. Her classes at Queens University of Charlotte went online. Her in-person duties as a residential adviser evaporated. And the … more
Camden Fuquay, a former Jordan-Matthews left-handed pitcher, has committed to play baseball at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. more
CHAPEL HILL — Last Monday, Woods Charter athletic director Dena Floyd met with her coaches via Zoom. But it didn’t go as scripted. The tentative plan, Floyd said, was to further discuss a … more
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