Southern Vance and Warren County each will be represented in the 2-A state championships Saturday in Greensboro.
Warren County moved within a game of Roanoke Rapids in the 2-A Northern Carolina Conference baseball standings Friday.
In mid-April, Northern Vance head coach Benji Nelson wondered whether spring break was hitting his team at a bad time. The Vikings were streaking, having posted a 5-1 mark in six 3-A Big Eight Conference games to even their league record before a close loss to second-place Chapel Hill.
The Northern Vance soccer team followed a 1-1 draw at Southern Durham Monday with a 9-0 loss at Chapel Hill Thursday.
Warren County is in the midst of a solid season and in good position to clinch a berth in the 2-A state playoffs.
But execution continued to cost the Eagles Thursday in a 10-0, five-inning loss to Bunn (15-3, 9-1), which sits atop the Northern Carolina Conference standings.
It doesn’t take long to pick up on Ty-Traveon Roberts’ heart-on-sleeve mentality.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association Board of Directors met Wednesday in Chapel Hill and addressed topics including “mercy rules,” ejections and player safety.
Northern Vance clinched a spot in the state golf regionals Monday in Hillsborough.
Warren County picked up an important 2-A Northern Carolina Conference baseball win Thursday, outlasting Roanoke Rapids 5-2.
For the sixth consecutive year, Northern Vance soccer teams have earned recognition for outstanding academic achievements through the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.