Kerr-Vance’s Daniel Burnette shot a 78 on both days at the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association 2-A state golf tournament to finish tied for 17th out of a field of close to 60.
Jazmine Haywood and Le'Darius Brandon have each signed to play basketball at Wake Tech in the fall.
D.J. Matthews followed Monday’s 91 with a 78 Tuesday for Crossroads Christian to finish sixth at the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association 1-A state tournament in Pinehurst.
Crossroads Christian is in sixth place out of eight schools after the first day of competition Monday in the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association 1-A state tourney.
Southern Vance thrower Jaquez Bullock was told by Western Harnett’s Mateius Brown before Saturday’s state meet that he had given up football to focus solely on shot put and discus.
Northern Vance was eliminated in the first round of the 3-A state baseball playoffs Friday at top-seeded Western Alamance.
Titles are on the line Saturday in Greensboro at the N.C. High School Athletic Association 3-A state track and field meet.
Golf seasons ended for J.F. Webb as well as Northern and Southern Vance Thursday at the N.C. High School Athletic Association 3-A Mideast Regional.
After rallying from a 6-0 deficit, the momentum shifted decidedly in Southern Vance’s favor by the sixth inning of Friday’s first-round state playoff tilt with Asheboro.
Northern Vance coach Benji Nelson said he would love to be practicing Monday. To get there, the fourth-seeded Vikings will have to get out of a first-round matchup at top-seeded Western Alamance Friday in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 3-A state baseball playoffs.