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N.C.A&TSU Aggies face NCCU Eagles, one win from Celebration Bowl

November 22, 2019

N.C. A&T: 47 Bethune-Cookman: 17 As another memorable regular season draws to a close, the A&T football team finds itself near a destination it has sought from the very beginning. Win one more game and they can start making reservations for Atlanta. That’s the scenario they’ll face this weekend when the Aggies square off against […]


A&T upset by Morgan State, 22-16

November 15, 2019

A strange thing happened last weekend during what A&T assumed would be a quiet stroll to an upcoming MEAC title showdown. Along the way, the Aggies were forced to make a sudden detour to a place called Humility-ville. For the second year in a row, the Aggies faced a seemingly overmatched, one-win Morgan State team, […]


Grimsley victorious over Ragsdale

November 8, 2019

In Friday’s Metro 4 -A match, the host Grimsley Whirlies football squad scored a 33-25 victory over Ragsdale Tigers. Ragsdale led 13-7 at the end of the first quarter. It was tied at the break 13 all. Grimsley outscored the Ragsdale 20-12 over the second half. Christofer Zellous, a senior quarterback, led the Whirlies with […]


Aggies Trample Bison at Homecoming, Head for Battle at the Border

November 1, 2019

A&T: 62 Howard: 6 As Homecoming sparring partners go, the 1-6 Howard Bison provided about as much resistance last Saturday as probably was expected from them – which honestly, wasn’t a lot to begin with. After keeping things close for over a quarter, the undermanned Bison were eventually undone by their own talent deficiencies as […]


After fiasco at FAMU, Aggies prepare to dominate Bison

October 25, 2019

Surrounded in enemy territory and besieged by their own emotions, A&T suffered a heartbreaking 34-31 overtime loss at Florida A&M this past Sunday in a contest that was marred by an ugly halftime brawl and several player ejections. That defeat marked the second year in a row that FAMU has shocked the Aggies on the […]


PBR World Championship Race Tightens

October 18, 2019

2017 PBR World Champion Lockwood breaks Heartbreak Kid’s 38-out buckoff streak with high-marked ride of season to finish second, inching within 321.66 points of world No. 1 Jose Vitor Leme Professional Bull Riders’ (PBR) fans are going to remember the sport’s 2019 late-season visit to Greensboro for a long time. With just one regular-season event […]


Southwest Cowboys win Battle of High Point

October 11, 2019

HIGH POINT – After defeating High Point Central earlier in the season and trouncing T. Wingate Andrews on Friday, 35-14, the Southwest Guilford Cowboys have captured bragging rights in the battle of High Point. The Red Raiders scored first on an 83 yard pick six by safety Jenoah McKiver. The PAT failed. Early in the […]


Springers sink Pirates

October 4, 2019

H. Springs 39 Pirates 7 The Highland Springs Springers of Richmond, Va., traveled to Greensboro to face the Pirates of Page High School at Marion Kirby Stadium on Friday, September 27. The Springers dominated the Pirates to the tune of 39-7. Highland Springs are the four-time defending Virginia State 5-A champions. They have only lost […]


Eagles defeat ECSU for Oliver’s first coaching victory

September 27, 2019

DURHAM – Trei Oliver celebrated his first victory as a head coach at his alma mater, as North Carolina Central University (NCCU) cruised to a 45-7 triumph over Elizabeth City State University (ECSU)in the Eagles’ home-opener inside O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium on Saturday night. NCCU amassed 391 yards of total offense, paced by rookie quarterback Davius Richard, […]


Beloved Western Guilford Coach Honored

September 20, 2019

On Saturday, September 14, more than 150 people gathered at Western Guilford High School for the naming of the school’s track after longtime beloved coach, DePaul Mittman. Daughter, Dejanell Mittman severed as Mistress of Ceremonies. “Today will celebrate the accomplishments of Coach DePaul Mittman,” said Dejanell. Mittman is an accomplished educator, coach and athletic event […]


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