Northern Vance and J.F. Webb will compete for state track and field titles Friday in Greensboro.
On Thursday at J.F. Webb, a Warrior softball player signed to play in college for the first time in what is believed to be at least five years.
Brooke Wheeler as the student-athlete with the pen in her hand makes the achievement much more remarkable.
Warren County was eliminated, 10-0, in six innings at Farmville Central Wednesday in the first round of the 2-A state baseball playoffs.
The Southern Vance softball team put a scare into host Northeastern before giving up six runs combined in the fifth and sixth innings of its 10-5 first round 2-A state playoff loss Wednesday.
Northern Vance head coach Benji Nelson has been saying it since Nate Arrington was a freshman: When Arrington takes the mound, the Vikings have a shot.
The Northern Vance and Warren County baseball teams, along with Southern Vance’s softball team, will be on the road for the N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs.
Carlos Fields didn’t get selected in the NFL draft, but the 2009 Northern Vance graduate said his phone was ringing off the hook from league suitors by the fifth or sixth round.
J.F. Webb qualified for the 3-A state track and field championships in five girls events Saturday at Northern Guilford High School.
Southern Vance senior Ja’Quez Bullock had never had one of his shot put throws scratched until the regionals this season.
Third in the state wasn’t good enough for Warren County junior Starbesha Satterwhite.