When the Warren County varsity girls’ basketball team faced Southern Vance last month in the Eagles Christmas Classic, Eagles head coach Shannon Jones stated that her team was still struggling with its intensity level at the start of games.
The Kerr-Vance Academy junior varsity boys’ basketball team defeated Rocky Mount Academy 71-64 at home on Tuesday.
With point guard Emma Pelfrey not at 100 percent health, Kerr-Vance Academy varsity girls’ basketball coach Brian Russell knew his team would be at a disadvantage against conference foe Rocky Mount Academy on Tuesday.
After a slow start to their season, the month of January has seen more positive outings for the Kerr-Vance Academy varsity boys’ basketball team.
The Southern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team improved to 7-7 overall and 2-2 in 2A Northern Carolina conference action with a 50-45 win over North Carolina School of Science and Math on Tuesday evening.
Facing an undefeated opponent in Oakwood, the Crossroads Christian varsity girls' basketball team was defeated 70-37 on Friday night.
After connecting on seven of his first 10 three point tries on Friday night versus Oakwood, Crossroads Christian junior point guard Jeremiah Green was confident he’d knock down his final attempt.
The Northern Vance varsity boys’ basketball team dropped a 74-65 contest to 3A Big Eight conference foe Northwood on Friday night.
In his first season at Crossroads Christian School, junior basketball standout Jeremiah Green is having quite a year to remember. Entering last night’s match up versus The Oakwood School, Green had helped the Colts to a 12-3 record and averaged 27.0 points per game along the way.
The Kerr-Vance Academy junior varsity boys’ basketball team improved to 5-4 overall with a 76-60 non-conference win over the Wayne Christian School on Jan. 12.