4 hrs ago
Mt. Airy News
Bears' transition game going in summer games
Mount Airy played a game at Starmount Middle School against Forbush, then hopped on the bus to go just down the street to Starmount High for a scrimmage with the Rams.
6 hrs ago
Pro-Am deepening community reach
The S.J.G. Greater N.C. Pro-Am summer basketball league is deepening its reach into the community, both organizers and Durham leaders said.
10 hrs ago
Longtime Ledford assistant named head basketball coach
Under new management for the first time in nearly two decades, the Panthers look to renew their tradition with Chris Doby, who was hired Thursday to replace John Ralls as head coach.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Stephen Curry facing a new full-court press
Stephen Curry autographs basketballs before the start of the Curry Celebrity Classic at Davidson's River Run Country Club, Monday, June 17, 2013.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
UNCP Camp: Livingston shines; Rams competitive despite youth
Rising senior Malik Livingston made it known early Saturday during The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's team camp that he'll be a force this fall for Travis Lemanski's boys basketball squad at St. Pauls.
High School Notebook: Middle Creek hires baseball coach
New Middle Creek athletics director Jeremy Thompson's first hire was his replacement as baseball coach, and he looked to the mountains of North Carolina to find it.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Chapel Hill News
The gamea s afoot all over town
Camps are available for most ages in almost every sport - everything from a variety of athletics in Carrboro's "Taste of Sports" camp this week to wrestling at Orange High School.
The Cary News
Falcons win inaugural N&O Cup
The program awards points to schools based on their finish in the final News & Observer rankings in nine different sports.
The Asheville Citizen-Times
Erwin's Gossett returns to coaching
Gossett took the Warriors to a team camp at Coastal Carolina University this week, one of his most significant commitments since being hospitalized for more than a month in February with complications from hernia surgery.
Red Springs football pair Brown and Lowery heading next level
Red Springs seniors Juju Brown, left, and Quinn Lowery will play football next season at Monroe College and St. Augustine's.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Pro-Am's new venue brings back prep stars
Now Chuck Jones' dream can materialize in earnest. As successful as the S.J.G. Greater N.C. Pro-Am has been over the years, this sixth season of the summer league will allow Jones, one of the league's founders, to fully embrace why it all started in the first place.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Sampson Independent
Spartan Hooper has - never give up' attitude
JoVante' Hooper is a top offensive lineman for Union High School, but he is also an American history buff, an honor roll student, runs track, and enjoys pickup basketball games.
Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser
Cardinal star Wallis inks to Lees-McRae
East Wilkes' Avery Wallis signed his official letter of intent to play basketball for Lees-McRae College last month in a signing ceremony in Ronda.
Jacksonville Daily News
Tim Jenkins named East Duplin's AD
The 40-year-old Jenkins was named the school's new athletic director, effective July 1, after Robert Ross recently stepped down from the position to spend more time with his family and to concentrate more on coaching the boys' varsity basketball team.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Lake Norman senior reaps reward from challenge
Lake Norman goalkeeper Shannon Martin grew into the position after taking it on as a challenge two years ago.
Feelings remain strong for slain BCC basketball player
The details of 22-year-old Terneil Rhodes' final hours on Sept. 8, 2011, the day he was shot and killed in Petersburg, Va., are as brief as a summer afternoon shower.
The Sampson Independent
Leopard teammates to play basketball for Pacers
Brittney Boykin, center, will be playing basketball for the William Peace University Pacers in Raleigh.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
Matheny Announces Three Additions For Elon Men's Basketball
Elon University head men's basketball coach Matt Matheny recently announced the addition of three newcomers to the Phoenix program in 2013-14.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Eastern Wake News
Anthony Byrd named new KHS basketball head coach
The school will have new leaders for boys and girls varsity basketball, varsity cheerleading, cross country, varsity softball and varsity volleyball for the upcoming school year.
The Smithfield Herald
The 2013 Corinth Holders Football Camp will be held June 18-20 at the school from 6-8 p.m. daily.