Enka's Grieve dangerous at the plate, on the bases
ASHEVILLE - Based on her performances against his softball team and others in the mountains, North Buncombe coach Chris Zimmerman thought Enka second baseman Kelly Grieve is a senior.
Sims state's top female athlete
ASHEVILLE - North Carolina High School Athletic Association officials awarded West Henderson's Jessie Sims with the 2004-05 Female Athlete of the Year award Thursday at their annual meeting.
Caps rally past brave Cougars
For Wake Forest-Rolesville to beat Broughton, a perennial girls soccer power and the No. 1 ranked 4-A team in the state, it meant leveling a team that traditionally shines on this type of stage.
Not much gets past Charlotte Catholic's Frances Deschenes.
-The Charlotte Observer
Durner pitches Reynolds past McDowell
ASHEVILLE - Reynolds junior Jonathan Durner hasn't seen much action on the mound this year, but if he keeps pitching like he has the last two games, Rockets coach Brian Craig is going to have to find a way to give him the ball more often.
Three more Bears leave den
Three more New Bern High School football players put their dreams of playing college football to pen and paper Thursday morning in the school's media center as Dave Simpson, Joey Belviy and A.J. Glenn all signed their national letters-of-intent in front of coaches, family and friends
-The New Bern Sun Journal
Sands resigns as girls coach at West Forsyth
Being a varsity coach lost its luster for David Sands, who has resigned as the girls basketball coach at West Forsyth.
-The Winston-Salem Journal