The 2015 Kerr-Vance Academy Spartans girls’ soccer campaign came to an end on Tuesday when the team was defeated 5-2 against top-seeded Halifax Academy in the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 1A quarterfinal round.
Two local softball teams and one area baseball team learned Monday that their 2015 seasons would continue.
In a win or go home scenario on Saturday morning, the Kerr-Vance Academy girls’ soccer team kept their season alive with a 2-1 victory over Crossroads Christian in the opening round of the NCISAA 1A playoffs.
Northern Vance sophomore Mya Daye earned a third place finish in the 200 meters and J.F. Webb's Luther Satterfield placed third in the boys' shot put at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A track and field state championships at the Irwin Belk Track at North Carolina State A&T University on Friday.
Four generations of Bowen’s enjoyed a fishing trip to Kerr Lake last weekend.
Facing Bunn, the top team in the 2A Northern Carolina Conference, the Warren County girls’ softball team knew what they were up matched up against on Friday.
Last weekend, Steven Brame captured his second consecutive Henderson Invitational crown. A 2001 Northern Vance grad, Brame, also won the title in 2012 and has now been the invitational champion three of the last four years.
Thursday marked senior day for three Southern Vance Raider baseball players and the squad was hopeful they’d send the trio out on a positive note.
The Kerr-Vance Academy varsity lacrosse team finished their 2015 season with a 12-7 victory over Cary Christian in a hard-fought match Wednesday evening.
In the final regular season games for both Northern Vance and J.F. Webb’s girls’ soccer teams this season, the hosts Lady Warriors cruised to an 8-0 shutout victory on Wednesday.