Northern and Southern Vance both opened their 2014-15 swimming campaigns on Monday.
The Kerr-Vance girls’ junior varsity basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 24-16 victory over Lighthouse on Friday night.
There are plenty of ways Warren County football coach John Ward describes his 2014 team.
Before this season, it had been over five years since the Warren County Eagles football program last made a postseason appearance.
Behind 42 points and 10 assists from guard Jeremiah Green, the Crossroads Christian varsity boys basketball team opened their 2014-15 season with a 80-52 win over Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School on Tuesday night.
Reigning state champion Greensboro Dudley won't compete in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association football playoffs after it used ineligible players in last week's regular-season finale.
It certainly didn't take long for Kerr-Vance Academy boys basketball coach Taron Downey to pick up his first victory. The Spartans defeated Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School 70-52 on Monday night.
Warren County dropped its final regular season game falling 53-22 to Bunn on Friday night.
As was the case last week at Roanoke Rapids, the Southern Vance football team once again couldn’t hang onto a fourth quarter lead as they fell 24-22 to Franklinton on Friday night.
Having preached effort all season long, Northern Vance head football coach Eric Watkins finally witnessed the type of performance he’d desperately been seeking during his team’s final game of the season on Friday at J.F. Webb.