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WAKE FOREST — A professional basketball team will represent the town of Wake Forest in 2021 when the N.C. Capitals come to the area. The Capitals will be the first semiprofessional … more
CREEDMOOR — It took nine years of competing in the BNB (Bass and Buck) Bass Masters Club for Chuck Simpkins to win his first Angler of the Year award after catching two crucial fish at Falls … more
HENDERSON — Vance-Granville Community College recently held its annual Endowment Fund Golf Tournament at the Henderson Country Club, raising more than $110,000. Proceeds will help fund … more
The N.C. High School Athletic Association released its 2019-20 Wells Fargo Conference Cup standings last Wednesday, and three area team fared well. In the 1A North Central Conference, the Falls … more
WAKE FOREST — Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, NC Futbol Club had to suspend its soccer season this past spring. After seven months, its youth teams could play their first game Saturday. Bryan … more
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, NC Futbol Club had to suspend its soccer season this past spring. After seven months, its youth teams could play their first game Saturday. Bryan Bachelder, director … more
CREEDMOOR — South Granville Country Club will host a four-person super ball benefit golf tournament next month. The event is schedule for 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 7. The net proceeds from the … more
CHAPEL HILL — Due to the growing concern over the COVID-19 pandemic, the N.C. High School Athletic Association announced Wednesday it is shifting the high school sports calendar, pushing back … more
CHAPEL HILL — The high school fall sports won't start Sept. 1 after all. The N.C. High School Athletic Association announced a delay again Thursday. No new date was given. That comes a … more
DURHAM — Keith Gardner, a rising junior at South Granville, has something to brag about to his fellow classmates. Gardner drilled a home run over the Blue Monster, the 32-foot-high wall at … more
CHAPEL HILL — The N.C. High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) will begin Phase Two of their plan to bring back high school sports Monday Aug. 3. Some guidelines between Phase One and … more
CREEDMOOR — On the court, she is a powerful leader known for her intense, strong and analytical play style. Off the court she is scholarly, soft spoken and a bit shy. She is Nadia Scott, a 2020 … more
CREEDMOOR — High-flying Kobe Jones said on Twitter he had decommitted from Wake Technical Community College. He will instead attend Bull City Prep Academy, a basketball program in … more
CREEDMOOR — Golf hasn’t been completely shut down by the coronavirus, so South Granville Country Club hosted a socially distanced superball tournament July 3. In a superball format, … more
OXFORD — Granville County Public Schools announced Wednesday it will push back the start of athletic skill development training to Monday, July 20. The district had earlier said it would … more
BUTNER — The South Granville Athletic Association canceled its fall sports season because ofto the coronavirus. “It is with extreme disappointment that I have to report that we have … more
WASHINGTON — Isaiah Wright, a native of Connecticut, has signed to play football with the Washington Redskins. The undrafted free agent has local ties in Granville County. Wright is the son … more
CHAPEL HILL — The N.C. High School Athletic Association announced Monday morning that all high schools can hold team workouts for the upcoming fall sports season again starting June 15. This … more
CHAPEL HILL — The N.C. High School Athletic Association presented a Commissioner’s Choice Award for the 2019-2020 academic year to Granville County native Sammy Carden, from Durham … more
We finally have some sports to talk about after the completion of the 2020 NFL Draft. The event was done virtually with everyone announcing their picks via video chat. There were some big moments … more
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