The Northern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team was defeated 58-29 to Orange on Friday night. With the loss, the Vikings dropped to 2-6 on the season.
Having been in several tight contests throughout their first 10 games of the season, it appeared the appropriate time for Crossroads Christian’s varsity boys’ basketball team to put a team away early.
Down 17-2 early in the second quarter versus Franklin Academy on Saturday in the championship game of the Kerr-Vance Academy Holiday Basketball Invitational, Kerr-Vance varsity girls’ basketball coach Brian Russell called a timeout and asked his team a question.
On Wednesday, the Northern Vance boys and girls’ swimming teams fell to 3A Big Eight foes, Chapel Hill and Cedar Ridge.
The Northern Vance wrestling team earned its first conference win of the season on Wednesday when it defeated Southern Durham, 42-33. The victory improved the Vikings to 1-2 in 3A Big Eight conference play.
The Warren County varsity boys’ basketball team extended their win streak to six games with a 62-43 win over Granville Central on Wednesday night.
Victory Christian senior Wesley Whitley still vividly remembers the moment.
Jumping out to a 12-0 lead in the first seven minutes of the game, the Victory Christian varsity girls’ basketball team rolled to an easy 44-16 win over Cornerstone Christian on Tuesday night.
The Northern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team opened 3A Big Eight conference play with a 40-37 victory over Cedar Ridge on Tuesday night. It was a positive response as the Vikings were coming off a 44-point home loss to Warren County.
Having faced Northern Vance one week ago in Warrenton, Warren County senior A.J. Alston noted that the biggest difference this time around was that and he and his teammates would be playing against the crowd.