On June 20, 2015, Kerr-Vance Academy's Emma Hogge (left) competed in the Drive, Chip & Putt championship local qualifier at the Governors Club in Chapel Hill. Competing in the 14-15 year old age group, Hogge qualified to advance to the sub-regionals in Greensboro next month. The other 14-15 year old qualifiers were Katharina Floyd (center) of Chapel Hill and Greer Valaquenta (right) of Morrisville.
The 2015 football programs from Northern Vance and Southern Vance both got their first taste of each other on Thursday morning in a two-hour 7-on-7 scrimmage at Southern.
Although the 2015-16 high school basketball season remains months away, J.F. Webb varsity boys’ basketball coach Leo Brunelli believes the summer period is a vital one for his group.
While Southern Vance’s Sheldon Smith and Bennie White both signed with collegiate football programs last week, Isaiah Leveille, their teammate, joined them.
Southern Vance football coach Lewis Young openly admits that he didn’t know whether linebacker Bennie White would make it following his first year with the Raiders’ program.
Late last month, Oxford Preparatory School announced that Ryan Allen would become its new varsity baseball head coach.
Exactly two months from today, J.F. Webb senior Abbey Smith will be moved into Boiling Springs gearing up for her first preseason practice with the Gardner-Webb University women’s soccer team.
Sheldon Smith, Southern Vance’s leading tackler for the past two seasons, will continue playing football at the collegiate level beginning this fall.
Southern Vance senior Kendra Simmons signed her national letter of intent with North Carolina Central University on May 20 .