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.
The Northern Vance boys soccer team picked up a quality 2-0 win at Cedar Ridge on Wednesday.
Currently ranked second in the state amongst 1-A private schools, Kerr-Vance Academy continued their winning ways Tuesday evening with a 2-1 victory over No. 4 ranked Trinity Academy of Raleigh.
The Northern Vance boy’s soccer team ended a four-game losing streak on Monday night, defeating 3-A Big Eight conference foe, J.F. Webb by a score of 5-0.
Homecoming at Kerr-Vance Friday evening resulted in the Spartans varsity boys soccer team picking up a 4-2 win over St. Thomas Moore Academy.
In search of their first victory of the season, Southern Vance fell 39-12 against 1-A Louisburg on Friday night.
Returning to the field for the first time since ending a 24-game losing streak two weeks ago, Northern Vance couldn’t string together its second win of 2014 on Friday night.
J.F. Webb coach Tony Midgette admitted he knew that Chapel Hill (his team’s opponent Friday night) was going to be a good test for his team.