A major piece to Warren County’s historic 2014 football season now officially knows his future plans.
The Northern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team fell 71-36 at 3A Big Eight conference opponent Northwood on Tuesday evening.
Defeating an opponent three times in the same season is never a simple task.
The Kerr-Vance Academy varsity girls’ basketball team advanced to the Coastal Independent Conference tournament semifinals with a 57-53 road win at St. Thomas More on Tuesday.
After having lost to Bunn in their first meeting this season, the Warren County Eagles varsity boys’ basketball team earned payback on Feb. 6 as they defeated the Wildcats 35-27.
The Southern Vance boys’ swim team concluded its 2014-15 season this past Saturday at the 1A/2A Eastern Regional Championships in Cary.
The Northern Vance boys’ and girls’ swim team ended their season with a final push at regionals in Cary on Saturday.
When it was over Friday night and his Northern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team had just dropped a 76-23 outcome to 3A Big Eight conference leader Chapel Hill on the Lady Vikings senior night, Northern head coach Randolph Crews remained poised.
The Southern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team won their second game in a row when they defeated Durham School of the Arts 45-38 on Friday.
It certainly was a tale of two halves on Friday night between Northern Vance and Chapel Hill on the hardwood.