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Friday, February 23, 2024

Big second-half leads A&T women to win over Hampton

February 23, 2024

It was not your typical North Carolina A&T versus Hampton women’s basketball matchup. Historically, A&T and Hampton have fought for conference supremacy and tournament championships. But on Saturday (Feb. 17), the Aggies used another stellar game from Jordyn Dorsey and got a stellar performance off the bench from Laila Acox to pull away from the […]

Fayetteville State Women and Claflin Men Repeat as CIAA Indoor Champions

February 16, 2024

WINSTON-SALEM – The Fayetteville State University Women and the Claflin University Men were crowned champions at the 2024 CIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships at the JDL Fast Track on Monday (Feb. 12). Both teams repeat as conference champions. Claflin University repeats in the men’s indoor track & field championship with 131 points. Saint Augustine’s […]

A&T wins sixth straight to remain in first-place tie

February 2, 2024

A year ago, the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team started 6-1 in the Coastal Athletic Association. The Aggies went on to post an 8-1 record during the first half of the conference season before going 4-5 over the second half. After the ladies’ 56-42 win over the Elon Phoenix Sunday afternoon at Corbett Sports […]

Greensboro blows past the Windy City Bulls

January 5, 2024

The Greensboro Swarm emerged victorious in a 111-110 thriller over the Windy City Bulls to close the calendar year at the Novant Health Fieldhouse. The Swarm, the NBA G League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, improve to 2-0 in the regular season, while the Bulls (Chicago Bulls affiliate) slide to 0-3. Greensboro jumped out to […]

Bengals and Golden Eagles Win HAECO Titles

December 29, 2023

GDS 55, Bishop McGuinness 33 (Women) The Greensboro Day School Bengals captured their first HAECO Invitational Championship with a 55-33 defeat of Bishop McGuinness. The Bengals were led by Candice Williams, a junior guard, who scored 18 points and was named Tournament MVP. Teammate Samantha Collins contributed 14-points while Liz Wyrick added nine points, eight […]

47th HAECO Invitational Tournament

December 22, 2023

The Greensboro Sports Council, in conjunction with the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, presented the 47th Annual HAECO Invitational, a renewal of this classic high school basketball tournament. Tip-off was Tuesday night, December 19 at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Event and Coliseum Fieldhouse. Participating schools included: Smith, Dudley, Page, Grimsley, Ragsdale, Southeast Guilford, Greensboro Day, and Bishop […]

Southeast Alumnus Fred Whitfield Honored

December 8, 2023

Southeast Guilford High School celebrated one of its own. An honorary dinner was held on Friday, December 1 for alumnus Fred Whitfield, president and vice chairman of Charlotte Hornets Sports and Entertainment. Approximately 200 people were in attendance, including friends, family, community leaders and school officials. After the dinner and before the boys’ basketball game, […]

NCCU’s playoff debut spoiled by big Richmond second half

December 1, 2023

RICHMOND, Va. – North Carolina Central University built up a 13-point lead in the first half with help from great defense and explosive offensive plays, but the University of Richmond turned the tide in the second half to defeat the Eagles, 49-27, and advance to the second round of the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs […]

Grimsley survives Charlotte Hough, 42-35

November 23, 2023

Charlotte Hough came into Jamieson Stadium Friday night, November 17, and gave the unbeaten Grimsley Whirlies all they could handle. The Whirlies escaped with a 42-35 win. With the victory, they advanced to the fourth round of the 4A NCHSAA State playoffs. Grimsley will travel to Charlotte Waddington (11-2) this Friday, Nov.24. The Huskies scored […]

Dudley Panthers roll by Central Davidson, 48-6

November 17, 2023

The Dudley Panthers rolled past Central Davidson by a score of 48-6 in a second round NCHSAA 3A playoff game. The game was played at Dudley’s Tarpley Stadium. The Spartans encountered blocked punts on their first two possessions. The Panthers turned them into touchdowns by LJ Southern and Jerron Blackwell. Then Central fumbled on their […]

After Rhode Island loss, Aggies prepare for Campbell and future recruiting

November 16, 2023

The Aggies face off against Campbell University at 1 p.m. in what will be the final home game for 27 senior and graduate players.

Dudley captures 3A Mid State Conference Football Championship

November 3, 2023

The unbeaten (9-0) Dudley Panthers traveled to (7-1) Eastern Guilford’s Thomas Grayson Stadium Friday night, October, 28 with the 3A Mid-State Conference title at stake and a favorable higher seeding in the NCHSAA State Playoffs. The Panthers prevailed 35-10, and received a #4 seed while the Wildcats drew a #13. Both teams will host NCHSAA […]

Aggies lose close road game at Hampton, face Towson on GHOE

November 2, 2023

The Aggies are 10-1 in their last 11 GHOE matchups. A&T has prevailed in those contests by an average of 30.7 points.

James B. Dudley Educational & Sports Hall of Fame/Hall of Distinction Inductions

The James B. Dudley Educational & Sports Hall of Fame/Hall of Distinction held its enshrinement ceremony and banquet at the Koury Convention Center where 19 inductees were presented to the community. This was a formal way of recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of Dudley alumni, staff and others who have contributed greatly to the community and […]

Dudley celebrates Homecoming with a rout of Southern Guilford

October 27, 2023

The Dudley Panthers rolled to a convincing 64-6 Mid-State 3A Conference victory at home Thursday night (Oct. 19) over the Southern Guilford Storm. With the win, Dudley improved to 9-0 overall, 6-0 Mid State 3A, while Southern dropped to 0-9, 0-6. Dudley celebrated Senior Day and Homecoming Royal Court Coronations. Prior to the kickoff, senior […]

After loss to Richmond, Aggies now face Hampton

October 26, 2023

The last time the Aggies made the trek up I-64 resulted in their lone win of the season – a thrilling 28-26 victory over Norfolk State on September 30.

Western Hornets Sting Southeast Falcons, 24-20

October 20, 2023

The Southeast Guilford Falcons lost a home game Friday night (Oct 13) to the Western Guilford Hornets by a score of 24-20. With the victory the Hornets move to 2-6 overall, 1-4 in the Metro 4-A, while the Falcons drop to 3-5 overall, 1-4 in the Metro 4-A. Western sophomore defensive back Tim Baker got […]

Grimsley rolls past Ragsdale

October 13, 2023

Whirlies 56 Tigers 6 The Grimsley Whirlies cruised to an easy 56-6 Metro 4A Conference victory over the Ragsdale Tigers (Jamestown) Friday night at Jamieson Stadium. The Whirlies improved to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Metro while the Tigers fell to 1-6, 1-3 in the conference. Grimsley has been the defending Metro 4A champion […]

A&T reassesses air and ground game to face Delaware

October 12, 2023

It appears the renewed sense of hope and confidence building around the A&T football program may have been short lived. One week after upsetting Norfolk State to capture their first victory of the season and give Vincent Brown his first-ever win as head coach, A&T returned to Truist Stadium this past Saturday and was thoroughly […]

After a win at Norfolk State, A&T Aggies prep to battle Villanova

October 6, 2023

It’s been a tough first month on the job for new A&T football coach Vincent Brown, but throughout his team’s 0-3 start which was plagued by double digit losses and an anemic passing offense, he was able to maintain steadfast optimism. So, this Monday, when he returned to the weekly press conference following A&T’s dramatic […]


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