Attempting to extend their winning streak to four games, the Northern Vance boys’ varsity soccer team defeated Orange 1-0 on Monday night. Having been defeated by the Panthers just a few weeks earlier, the Vikings were thrilled after this one was over.
The Northern Vance varsity girls’ tennis team ended their regular season with a 7-2 conference win over J.F. Webb on Monday.
The Kerr-Vance Academy varsity girls’ tennis team earned revenge on Rocky Mount Academy last Friday, defeating the Eagles 5-4 on the road.
Following two straight home blowouts, Warren County found themselves in a much tougher setting on Friday night at Louisburg.
After missing the previous two games with an injury suffered back on Sept. 12 versus Northern Vance, Southern Vance’s Juwan Harris returned to the Vikings football lineup Friday night against Ben L. Smith High School of Greensboro.
Despite getting shut out for the second consecutive week, J.F. Webb football coach Tony Midgette was pleased with his team’s effort and toughness on Friday night after his Warriors fell 24-0 at Cardinal Gibbons.
One week after playing North Carolina’s top 3-A team (Southern Durham), Northern Vance knew they were squaring off against another challenging 3-A Big Eight conference opponent on Friday night.
Playing their third match in three days on Thursday, the Northern Vance varsity girls tennis team wasn’t able to send its lone senior Meredith Stevenson off in style.
The Northern Vance boys’ varsity soccer team increased its win streak to three games as they shut out cross-town rival Southern Vance 9-0 on Thursday.
After being away last week, Northern and Southern Vance both return home this evening. Northern hosts undefeated Orange, while Southern faces Greensboro’s Ben L. Smith.
Warren County takes its two-game win streak on the road to Louisburg in a battle between a pair of 3-2 teams and J.F. Webb travels to Cardinal Gibbons in a 3-A Big Eight contest.