John Michael lists “growing the game” as his chief priority at Henderson Country Club and he’s already sensing an increase in enthusiasm for golf as he enters his first spring as the club pro.
Warren County’s Christian Buffaloe, the 14-year-old son and student of Kyokushin Karate instructor Kenny Buffaloe, recently competed in the teen youth division of the Kyokushin Karate U.S. Weight Category Tournament in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.
The Kerr-Vance middle schools boys basketball team picked up its fifth consecutive win Thursday on the road against Lighthouse Christian.
The 36-22 win improved the Spartans’ overall record to 7-1.
Henderson Middle School’s Travis Oliver knew that no matter how his team’s season went, a win in the Cougar-Ram Classic would make up for the losses.
The annual Cougar-Ram Classic, matching the football teams of Henderson Middle School and Eaton-Johnson against each other, will be played Tuesday at Northern Vance High School with kickoff set for 6 p.m.
Warren County’s Christian Buffaloe, 13, recently competed in the All-American Open International Karate Championships in New York.
Don’t tell Kelley Wade Perdue she can’t do something.
Perdue’s Duke University Medical Center doctor made that mistake when he told her running a marathon wasn’t a good idea.
Competing in his first National Senior Games, Daniel Young advanced to the championship round before falling to a competitor from Michigan.
Four years ago, AAU baseball had become a thing of the past around the state.
Oxford has been at the forefront of efforts to revive the organization since then. The city began hosting tournaments in the fall of 2009. On Sunday, the N.C. GameOn Sports World Series wrapped up play, marking its second consecutive year in Oxford.
The N.C. GameOn Sports AAU baseball World Series concludes Sunday in Oxford.