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Buckingham and Leyte lead UNCG against Mercer

January 21, 2022

MACON, Ga. – De’Monte Buckingham scored 18 points to lead the UNC Greensboro (UNCG) men’s basketball team during a 58- 49 setback to Mercer in a Southern Conference contest at Hawkins Arena on Saturday afternoon. Bas Leyte added eight points and eight rebounds for the Spartans, who scored 20 points in the paint. Kaleb Hunter […]

Two big buckets by Horton leads A&T to win over Highlanders

January 14, 2022

RADFORD, VA. – Junior guard Demetric Horton hit two critical shots over the final two minutes of North Carolina A&T’s 73-72 victory over the Radford Highlanders Saturday afternoon in Big South Conference men’s basketball action at the Dedmon Center. Horton, who was coming off a career-high 26-point night against Presbyterian College helped the Aggies improve […]

Solid guard play leads Aggies to first-ever Big South win

January 11, 2022

The North Carolina A&T men’s basketball team entered the Big South Conference the same way they exited the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference – winning at home – besting the Presbyterian College Blue Hose, 65-57, inside Corbett Sports Center. The Aggies (6-9, 1-0 Big South) accomplished two things they have previously struggled with this year – they […]

Upsets highlight day two of HAECO Invitational

December 30, 2021

Women’s High School Basketball In day two of the 2021 HAECO Invitational, the top two women’s teams were upset. The Page Pirates sent the defending and top seed Northwest Guilford Vikings packing, falling 58-41. The Pirates led 22-6 at the break. The Vikings never got closer than 13 points during the second half. Page forward […]

Greensboro Sports Council awards Bill Lee Scholarships to four students

December 24, 2021

The Bill Lee Scholarship is awarded to four HAECO Invitational participants each year. Since its inception in 2001, 85 high school students have been awarded this scholarship which was established in memory of Bill Lee, a Greensboro native and resident, who was involved in Greensboro’s minor league baseball program, basketball and golf. The Greensboro Sports […]

Dudley Panthers Win State Championship!

December 17, 2021

CHAPEL HILL – In the highest scoring neutral site State Championship Game in history, the Dudley Panthers blasted J.H. Rose 69-40 to win the school’s seventh Football State Championship and fifth title in NCHSAA play. The Panthers were led by quarterback Jahmier Slade who rushed for 98 yards and three touchdowns and throwing for two […]

Dudley heads to the “Big Dance”

December 10, 2021

The Dudley Panthers won a convincing 38-0 NCHSAA 3A West regional football championship over the visiting Belmont South Point Red Raiders (11-4) at a capacity filled J.A. Tarpley Stadium last Friday night (Dec. 3). With the win, the Panthers (14-1) advance to the State 3A Championship game against Greenville Rose this Friday, December 10, at […]

Panthers on the prowl, advance to 3A-Regional

December 2, 2021

STATESVILLE, N.C. – The Dudley Panthers continued their quest for a 3-A state championship with a convincing 20-6 win over the Statesville Greyhounds. With the win, Dudley tallied a 13-1 record. While the previous unbeaten Greyhounds fell to 12-1. This Friday, December 3, the Panthers will host Belmont South Point (11-3) in a 3-A West […]

Dudley advances to 3-A regional semifinals

November 25, 2021

The Dudley Panthers continue their quest for a 3-A state championship with a convincing 36-10 win over Shelby Kings Mountain Friday night (Nov. 19) at J.A. Tarpley Stadium. With the win, Dudley improved to 12-1. Since a loss to Durham Hillside the Panthers have been on a roll winning 10 straight, six by shutout. Kings […]

After road win, Aggies face Gardner-Webb at home

November 19, 2021

A&T may be limping to the finish line of a disappointing 2021 football season, but the coveted goal of having a winning record is still in reach. Although this year has been marred by injuries, the constant uncertainty of COVID and other internal adversity, the Aggies have now won back-to-back road games in the Palmetto […]

Panthers maul Knights, 60-0

November 12, 2021

The Dudley Panthers played host to the North Henderson Knights in a North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) first-round 3-A state football playoff game held at J.A. Tarpley Stadium. The Panthers crushed the Knights 60-0, improving to 10-1 overall while the Knights fell to 4-7 overall. Dudley will host Ledford (Thomasville) this weekend in […]

A&T’s nine-game Homecoming winning streak comes to end with Monmouth win

November 5, 2021

The most disappointing season in Sam Washington’s head coaching career reached another low point last Saturday when his Aggies looked confused and undisciplined to start the game, before suffering yet another second half collapse in their 35-16 Homecoming loss to Monmouth. Playing in front of a near capacity Homecoming crowd at Truist Stadium, Washington initially […]

The Greatest Homecoming on Earth

October 28, 2021

The morning after his team’s shocking 30-9 loss at Hampton last Saturday, A&T football coach Sam Washington found himself in uncharted territory. For the first time since taking over the Aggies’ head job in 2018, Washington was suddenly forced into crisis management mode, needing to solve the mystery of his team’s recent struggles, and desperately […]

Aggies lose to Kennesaw, face long-time rival Hampton this week

October 22, 2021

Losing an important conference game with postseason implications is always tough on a football coach. But for A&T head coach Sam Washington, the surprising manner in which his Aggies were defeated by No. 13 ranked Kennesaw State last Saturday was an especially difficult pill to swallow. For most of the afternoon, Washington’s Blue Death defense […]

Yellow Jackets dominant Quakers, 58-0

October 21, 2021

The Guilford College football was blanked by the ODAC-leading Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jackets 58-0 at home on Saturday afternoon. The visiting Yellow Jackets were dominant on both sides of the ball, allowing 0 points by the hosts while posting 58 of their own. Randolph-Macon had a mark of 32:40 in the time of possession category. […]

Aggies face big challenge this week against Kennesaw State

October 15, 2021

A&T head coach Sam Washington is fully aware that his team will need to play its most disciplined football of the season if the Aggies hope to upset No. 13 ranked Kennesaw State on the road this weekend. The 4-1 Owls utilize an old school, triple option style offense that features a heavy ground attack […]

A&T wins Big South opener over Robert Morris, 41-14

October 8, 2021

A&T’s long-awaited Big South Conference debut on October 2 was a dominant one, fueled by the re-emergence of several veteran playmakers that finally appear to be near full strength. Senior running back Jah-Maine Martin eclipsed the century mark for the first time this year after suffering a preseason ankle injury, senior defensive end Jermaine McDaniel […]

Pirates Tame the Tigers

October 1, 2021

Page 43 Ragsdale 14 The Page Pirates used a superior offense and stout defense to defeat Jamestown’s Ragsdale Tigers 43-14 in a Metro 4-A Conference game. Page improves to 2-0 Metro, 2-3 overall, while the Tigers drop to 0-1, 1-4 overall. Page took the opening kickoff and marched 60-yards, capped off by junior quarterback Nick […]

NCCU rallies for 20-13 home-opening win over WSSU

September 24, 2021

DURHAM – North Carolina Central University overcame a 10-point second-half deficit, powered by a pair of rushing touchdowns by Latrell Collier and a career-long field goal by Adrian Olivo, to defeat Winston-Salem State University, 20-13, in the Eagles’ home-opener inside O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium on Saturday night. NCCU (2-1) tallied the only points in the first 15 […]

Storm rallies past Hornets, 30-13

September 10, 2021

The Hornets of Western Guilford played host to the Storm of Southern Guilford in a non- conference football game Friday night at Doug Henderson Stadium. Trailing 13-6, at the half the Storm scored twenty-four unanswered points to post a 30-13 victory. The Storm took the opening kickoff and marched 76-yards, in 15 plays, capped off […]


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