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Aggies go for back to back national titles

December 14, 2018

The journey has been long and often unpredictable, but A&T’s quest to defend its 2017 HBCU national title finally culminates this weekend with a season-ending showdown against a familiar foe. Alcorn State, who the Aggies defeated in the inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl back in 2015, has again emerged as the king of the […]


Falcons rally past Panthers

December 7, 2018

Southeast Falcons 21 Dudley Panthers 18 The Falcons of Southeast Guilford trailed 12-0 at the half but rallied for a 21-18 win over the Dudley Panthers in the NCHSAA 3-AA East quarterfinals. Second-seeded Southeast (13-1) advances to play No. 4 Cleveland (12-2) this Friday in Shelby, N.C. at Bill Slayton Stadium. This game will determine […]


UNCG wins 13th straight home game

November 30, 2018

UNC Greensboro men’s basketball team on Tuesday evening set a new program record for consecutive home victories when the Spartans knocked off Greensboro College by a final of 111-33. The Spartans have now won 13 straight home games dating back to last December. The victory was also UNCG’s sixth straight this season as the Spartans […]


Barber Park basketball courts named for MEAC Commissioner

November 22, 2018

Long-time sports advocate and the first full-time Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner (MEAC), Kenneth “Ken” Free Sr., was honored at a groundbreaking ceremony on November 16 at Barber Park. Greensboro Parks and Recreation is naming a new outdoor basketball court and the existing indoor courts at the George C. Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion at Barber Park […]


A&T keeps Bowl hopes alive with win over Norfolk State

November 9, 2018

There were no confirmed sightings of legendary A&T alumnus Jesse Jackson Sr. around campus last weekend during the Greatest Homecoming on Earth, but he would have been pleased to know the Aggie football team heeded his famous advice and made enough big plays down the stretch to keep their postseason hopes alive. After a sluggish […]


Aggies to face Norfolk State Spartans

November 2, 2018

Prior to this season, A&T head coach Sam Washington admitted that even though his program has enjoyed two memorable Celebration Bowl victories in the last three years, his ultimate goal was to one day compete for a FCS National Championship. Now, due to a surprising turn of events this year, that scenario may indeed be […]


Falcons calm the Storm, 36-7

October 26, 2018

Southeast Guilford Falcons entered their match on Friday as the heavy favorite, and they fully lived up to expectations. They put the hurt on the Southern Guilford Storm with a sharp 36-7 win. The victory was the 6th in a row for Southeast Guilford raising their record to 8-1. The defeat drops Southern Guilford’s record […]


Panthers celebrate HC win over Hornets

October 19, 2018

Dudley 42 W. Guilford 21 Everything went Dudley’s way against Western Guilford on Friday (Oct. 12) at Tarpley Stadium as they celebrated Homecoming with a 42-21 Triad 3-A Conference victory. The lopsided score is just par for the course this season for Dudley, who can brag about five blowout wins. Dudley’s offense rushed out of […]


Whirlies tame Tigers

October 12, 2018

Grimsley 34 Ragsdale 21 The Ragsdale Tigers of Jamestown celebrated homecoming last Friday (Oct. 5) night at Kenneth T. Miller Stadium but Greensboro’s Grimsley Whirlies spoiled the celebration with a 34-21 Metro 4-A conference football victory. Grimsley led 6-0 at halftime on two field goals by kicker Will Caviness. On the second play from scrimmage, […]


A&T starts slow but finishes strong to beat SCSU

October 5, 2018

With a sense of panic engulfing his sideline and a once-promising season seemingly on the brink of collapse, A&T head coach Sam Washington knew it was time for his team to reclaim their blue-color identity. Trailing 16-3 at home last Thursday night (Sept. 27) to a winless South Carolina State team, the Aggies decided to […]


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