Sep 23, 2013
The Cary News
Brian Shriver moves upfield in a match against the Atlanta Silverbacks.
Carolina RailHawks captain Austin Da Luz said the team was "heartbroken" after missing out on chances to clinch the spring season title and the rights to host the North American Soccer League Soccer Bowl.
Molting season: Colin Clarke discusses Carolina RailHawks prep for...
Floyd Franks fends off Robbie Rogers during the Carolina RailHawks' U.S. Open Cup win over the LA Galaxy on May 29 According to ornithologists, molting in birds occurs in response to hormonal shifts brought on by seasonal changes.
RailHawks keep game close aganst Pumas UNAM
They weren't proven wrong on either account, yet Carolina was upbeat after a 2-1 loss to Pumas UNAM, a Mexican first-division team.
Back to the training ground: Camilo's hat trick buries Carolina RailHawks for 3-0 Whitecaps win
The Vancouver Whitecaps celebrate their Community Match victory over the Carolina RailHawks...and dream of more silverware to come this season WAKEMED SOCCER PARK/CARY-The clouds parted, the sun shone and the temperature rose Sunday at WakeMed Soccer Park for that seemingly rarest of meteorological phenomenon for Carolina RailHawks' regulars: ... (more)
Eighty Six Forever
Mulligan! Try again
Hey, the best thing about being a sports commentor? Essentially, I get to be Captain Hindsight and point out mistakes that were made during the season, criticize, then feel better about myself.