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PITTSBORO — Person’s Carter Stacey never flinched. It would’ve taken just one errant pitch, one small mistake, to blow it all up. Yet, even as three Chargers occupied the bases behind him … more
PITTSBORO — As time slowly trickled off the clock, every aspect of the game became magnified. Each shot was a potential game-winner, each save a game-salvager. Every turnover felt disastrous, … more
BURLINGTON — Aesop’s “The Tortoise and the Hare” and Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” are just two of the classic children’s tales embodied by Chatham Central men’s tennis … more
SILER CITY — With one swing of the bat, Julian Todero ended it. It took just one pitch for Todero’s bat to connect with the ball, slicing it toward the right fielder, who had no chance of … more
As silly as it may sound — namely because it’s nothing more than a glorified job fair — the NFL Draft is one of the best sporting events of the year. For three days in April, NFL fans from … more
PITTSBORO — The Seaforth Hawks accomplished a lot in their inaugural men’s tennis season. An 8-3 overall record. An undefeated (6-0) conference season. A conference title. A couple of … more
SILER CITY — With time ticking down late in the second half, Caitlin Erman’s path to the goal looked wide open. As her feet swiftly guided the ball down the right side of the pitch, the speedy … more
BEAR CREEK — For some coaches, moral victories are akin to Bigfoot and Nessie. They simply don’t exist. But if your team is rich in underclassmen potential — every game providing … more
BRIAR CHAPEL — The first time they dug their tires into the dirt at Browns Creek, they had no idea it’d be the last. After all, it was the Chatham County Chaos’ first official … more
SANFORD — Fresh off of a loss at Southern Lee last Thursday, Northwood head baseball coach David Miller struggled to find a positive takeaway. After all, his team’s offense was practically … more
Waking up Tuesday morning after hitting the snooze button one too many times, I’m sure I felt like most Tar Heels out there: deflated and defeated, yet proud. more
SILER CITY — It’s been nearly a month since Seaforth Principal Tripp Crayton threw the first pitch to kick off the school’s first baseball season on March 2. Yet, even though it was 27 days … more
I think I’m living my worst nightmare. And, to no one’s surprise, Coach K’s a part of it. Let me explain. Since I was a starry-eyed child, I’ve always bled Carolina blue. Over the … more
On March 12, the Northwood women’s basketball team defeated the Enka Jets, 70-42, at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh to capture the 3A state title — the first in program (and school) history. The … more
We just witnessed one of the best sports weekends of the year — and, as always, it delivered. The madness of March was real as the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament tipped off, bringing … more
With the 2021-22 NCHSAA winter sports season coming to an end, a number of Chatham County athletes have been selected to all-conference teams in basketball, swimming and wrestling. The Central Tar … more
RALEIGH — Northwood senior Myla Marve stood at mid-court on Saturday night, donning a lime green t-shirt with the logo of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association across the … more
RALEIGH — With each swish of the net, the knife inside of Chatham Charter’s collective heart twisted just a little bit further. As Hayesville senior point guard Kolbe Ashe stood at the … more
I wasn’t on Franklin Street last Saturday night. But I’ll bet it was glorious. more
PITTSBORO — The Seaforth Hawks didn’t just burst onto the scene in their program-opening baseball win last Wednesday. They promptly decimated the River Mill Jaguars in what was an Opening-Day … more
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