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SILER CITY — The Iron Hand Hapkido School has another black belt in its ranks. Ariely Santana, 10, officially received her junior black belt in May after passing her exam earlier in the spring. … more
SILER CITY — Chatham Charter announced its middle and high school athletes of the year Sunday, capping off three weeks of virtual recognition for the teams that contributed to the best overall year … more
When the NCHSAA’s dead period expired Monday, member schools across the state opened their facilities to teams, athletes and coaches for modified summer workouts. But Chatham County’s three … more
SILER CITY — Clint Fields sat a folding table inside Chatham Charter’s gymnasium Tuesday morning, glanced at a form below him and started rattling off questions. “Any racing, fluttering or … more
This year was shaping up to be a good one for the Chatham County Senior Games. Disc golf and cheerleading were set to make their debuts as official competitions. Artists were ready to unveil the … more
PITTSBORO — Jason Amy, Northwood High School’s co-athletic director, takes his teaching seriously. He especially treasures the Physical Education Pupil Instructors (or PEPI) class he created … more
In the spring, this much was clear: some way or another, Chatham Charter was going to honor its athletes. The only question was how. more
The deadline for N.C. Central’s Cheatham-White Merit Scholars Program was approaching, and Murchison qualified — he should apply, Koerner told him. more
The Old North State League opens play on Monday,with four games. The ONSL, a summer collegiate baseball league established two years ago, has eight … more
Brett Walden, Chatham Central’s baseball coach, sees positives and negatives when it comes to this week’s significantly shortened MLB Draft. more
PITTSBORO — On every team, there are players whose jobs go largely unnoticed by fans and the public alike. Yet their essential roles ensure practices and game run smoothly by making sure the … more
High school sports are back. The NCHSAA announced Monday it will lift its current dead period on June 15, clearing the way for modified summer workouts to start next week. It also released a set … more
Modified summer workouts for high schools in Chatham County won’t begin until at least July 6, and only fall sports will be permitted to hold workouts, according to tweets from the Northwood … more
PITTSBORO — On April 8, Deuce Powell planned on fishing. Not committing. Thanks to some subtle arrangements by his family, the Northwood senior got to do both. Powell, who played … more
PITTSBORO — Recent national champions Clemson and Alabama have been in touch. SEC stalwarts such as Georgia and Florida have reached out. Power Five schools Florida State, Virginia and Arizona … more
PITTSBORO — Martin Slavin, the executive director of Chatham Soccer League, admitted the last few months have been “pretty scary” for the organization. CSL, a non-profit that’s facilitated … more
SILER CITY — Four months ago, on Valentine’s Day, Rodney Wiley was at a loss for words. In a season full of heartbreakers, his Jordan-Matthews boys basketball team had just lost another. The … more
After being on hold for about two months because of the coronavirus pandemic, sports are slowly beginning to resume across the world, country and North Carolina. Germany’s professional soccer … more
Commissioner Que Tucker on Tuesday announced the NCHSAA’s extension of its “dead period” from June 1 until at least June 15 and laid out a tentative plan for high school sports … more
When the WNBA Draft got under way on April 17, it was the first live sporting event that many folks had watched in more than a month. Balls weren’t bouncing and shots weren’t going in, but this … more
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