RALEIGH, N.C. – Franklin Academy stormed back from a three-goal deficit midway through the second half to force overtime and eventually win the school’s first Women’s Soccer State Championship in a penalty kick shootout over Community School of Davidson.
Women’s Soccer Regional Finals
CARY, N.C. – The Middle Creek Mustangs completed a perfect season dominating Lake Norman 17-8 in the 4A Men’s Lacrosse Championship game. The Mustangs claimed the school’s first state championship in Men’s Lacrosse.
CARY, N.C. – The Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders are right at home in the Women’s Lacrosse State Championship Game. The Lady Crusaders have participated in the last four of the games. Their familiarity showed as the Lady Crusaders built an early 5-0 lead before pulling away late for a 19-12 victory over Myers Park for the Crusaders second consecutive title.
2A Women’s Meet: T.W. Andrews outruns Cummings to claim fifth team title
T.W. Andrews outlasted Cummings 90-77 to win the 2A Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championship in Greensboro on Friday. The squad claimed the fifth outdoor team title on the women’s side in school history.
CARY, N.C. – Cedar Ridge started off hot, netting the first three goals of the contest, but Weddington regrouped scoring three of their own in 1:06 to tie it on their way to a 21-6 victory and the school’s first Men’s Lacrosse State Championship.
CHAPEL HILL—Larden Garland of Rolesville High School and Devin Freeman of Atkins High School won top honors in the seventh North Carolina National Guard and NCHSAA Scholar-Athlete essay contest. Winners were chosen blindly by a panel of judges with criteria that included originality, content, organization and grammar.
The NCHSAA Scholar-Athlete program, powered by the North Carolina National Guard, is one of the Association’s most popular voluntary programs and recognizes excellence in the classroom as well as on the playing court or field.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association crowned the 2017 State Champions in the Individual Men's Tennis Championships today at NC State's Indoor Tennis Complex in Raleigh and at Piedmont Indoor Tennis Center in Greensboro.
Day one of the NCHSAA Men's Tennis Championships has concluded with the first two rounds of play completed in each classification. As a note for tomorrow's competition, please note the following venue changes
USA TODAY | May 3, 2017
By: Bob Gardner, Executive Director, NFHS and Scott Hallenbeck, CEO and Executive Director, USA Football
More student-athletes are gaining the benefits, fun and rewards of high school sports than ever before. Studies support the notion that athletics advance the health of our young people and make a positive difference in their lives. But there’s more to this story.
Underreported are the added benefits of playing multiple sports and the harm done by specializing in one sport at a young age.
PINEHURST, N.C. - The Men's Golf Championships concluded in Pinehurst after two days and 36 holes of competition. An individual champions and a team champion was crowned in each of the four classifications.
4A: Beechler holds off Sharpstene, Pinecrest rises to claim third straight
PINEHURST, N.C. – The NCHSAA Men’s Golf Championships concluded day one at four courses in the Pinehurst area. The 4A Championship is being held at Pinehurst No. 6, 3A at Foxfire’s Red Fox Course, 2A at Beacon Ridge and 1A at Whispering Pines’ Pines Course. Tee times for tomorrow's final round will be posted this evening on the Men's Golf Page at NCHSAA.org.
4A: Eight players at par or better with A.J. Beechler from Pinehurst on top while Green Hope leads team competition by a shot