After a 15-day layoff due to inclement weather, the Warren County Eagles varsity girls basketball team finally returned to the hardwood on Saturday in a win or go home scenario.
With the Tuesday snowstorm having hit Granville, Vance and Warren Counties, four area basketball teams continue to sit and wait until they can begin postseason play.
A trio of Southern Vance student-athletes will participate in the 2015 North Carolina High School Athletic Association 2A state wrestling championships beginning Friday at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Earlier this month, Northern Vance senior Jonathan Byrom became the third member of his family to win the Wendy’s High School Heisman award.
In a battle between the top pair of teams in the 2A Northern Carolina Conference, the Warren County Eagles varsity boys’ basketball team topped South Granville, the conference’s regular season champion, 96-79 on Feb. 13.
After having defeated Northern Vance by 32 points not even three weeks ago, the J.F. Webb varsity girls’ basketball team certainly saw a different Vikings squad on Friday night.
The Kerr-Vance Academy varsity girls’ basketball team saw its 2014-15 campaign come to an end Friday night as they were defeated 51-37 against Halifax Academy in the CIC Tournament semifinals.
Celebrating his birthday on Friday, Northern Vance varsity boys’ basketball coach Wilton Baskett passed along one request to his team before they tipped off against J.F. Webb.
The Kerr-Vance Academy junior varsity girls’ basketball team saw its season come to an end Thursday as they were defeated 38-24 by Faith Christian in the Carolina Independent Conference tournament.
A major piece to Warren County’s historic 2014 football season now officially knows his future plans.