GREENSBORO - The North Carolina High School Athletic Association held the 1A Track and Field Championships at Irwin Belk Track on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University. Mount Airy claimed the men's championship with 57.5 points holding off North Stokes who finished in second with 56. The Swain County women captured the top team honors with 65 points, besting North Stokes who finished with 56.5.
East Davidson wrapped up a 22-5 2016 campaign for softball coach Amanda Akins. The Eagles dropped a third round game against Forbush 2-0 and saw their season come to a halt on Wednesday night. However, the season was particuarly notable for East Davidson at the plate.
The Eagles saw senior slugger Baylee Plummer pummel 10 home runs on the year, which places her name in the NCHSAA State Record Book in a tie for 18th most home runs in a season in state history. She finished up her career at East Davidson with a .415 batting average and 17 home runs total.
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CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association, in conjunction with the North Carolina Chapter of USA Lacrosse, has selected two recipients for the association’s inaugural joint scholarship for lacrosse. Scholarship support in the amount of $500 is offered for one male and one female senior from NCHSAA member high schools who plan to attend a college or university located anywhere in the 50 US states with plans to pursue higher education while also playing varsity lacrosse.
Due to the continued forecast for rain on Saturday, May 21st, we have made the difficult decision to move the Men’s State Dual Team Tennis Championships indoors. The new facility is the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center at UNC-Chapel Hill.
We love having our State Championship at the Burlington Tennis Center, but the move will allow for us to have the Championships as scheduled on Saturday. Please see below for all the updated information.
Glenn softball star Foley enters NCHSAA Record Book
Glenn's senior softball star Karen Foley entered the NCHSAA's Fast-pitch Softball Record Book for several categories as the Bobcats' season came to a close following a 3-1 loss to Mooresville in the first round of the NCHSAA playoffs.
NCHSAA names winner of the Tony Cullen Memorial Scholarship
KERNERSVILLE - A legend in the Triad coaching community, Jack Musten, passed away peacefully on May 14, 2016. After graduating from Kernersville High School and stops at Wingate and Elon Colleges, Musten had a long and productive career as a teacher, coach and administrator.
Heritage softball's season came to an end in the first round of the 4A playoffs as conference rival Millbrook nipped the Huskies 6-5. The loss closed the books on what can only be described as a record setting season.
Head Coach Mark Downing submitted the list of team and individual records for the Huskies to be added to the NCHSAA State Record book as well as the appropriate documentation at the conclusion of the season, and the list was quite impressive.
NCHSAA set to hold 2016 State Track & Field Championships this weekend
CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association will hold the annual State Championships in both men’s and women’s Track & Field beginning Friday, May 20th with the 1A and 3A Championships and concluding Saturday, May 21st with the 2A and 4A meets. All meets will be held at the Irwin Belk Track at Aggie Stadium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
3A Individual Men’s Tennis Championships finish: Marvin Ridge sweeps singles & doubles
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 3A Individual Men’s Tennis Championships concluded with Marvin Ridge taking home the hardware in both singles and doubles play. George Lovitt captured the singles title while his teammates John Hatala and Avanish Madhavaram won the doubles.
4A Individual Men’s Tennis Championships wrap up: Middle Creek’s Stachowiak repeats, Page’s Brown & Oldis clinch doubles
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 4A Individual Men’s Tennis championships finished up an exciting final day of play at Millbrook Exchange Park. Middle Creek’s dominant singles performer Nick Stachowiak repeated as 4A singles champion, his third singles title in a four year career, while Page’s pair Hardy Brown and Jack Oldis won the school’s fourth doubles title, and first since 1985.
2A Individual Men’s Tennis Championships conclude: Carrboro duo, Brevard’s Schrader take titles
APEX, N.C. – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 2A Individual Men’s Tennis Championships concluded with a fantastic final two rounds at Middle Creek Park in Apex. The Carrboro pair Brian Freiburghouse and Jason Wykoff clinched the doubles title while Joseph Schrader from Brevard captured the singles championship.
1A Individual Mens Tennis Championships: Macy takes singles, Tseng & Birla win doubles
APEX, N.C. – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Individual 1A Men’s Tennis Championships concluded with championship matches at Middle Creek Park in Apex in both the singles and doubles event.