Concerns swirled this week about whether Saturday’s night game between N.C. State and Virginia Tech would happen as the Hokies deal with positive coronavirus tests.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The Cincinnati Reds are pushing for a playoff spot and Brian Goodwin is in the middle of it all.
The Rocky Mount Little League announced its winners of the rookie of the year awards.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
It’s safe to say that the Atlanta Falcons offense hasn’t forgotten about Todd Gurley.
Friday, September 18, 2020
Southern Nash and Rocky Mount High will have some ACC football to pay attention to on Saturday.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Brian Goodwin found his power stroke again.
Brian Goodwin was slated to start his fifth game for his new team on Wednesday when the Cincinnati Reds played the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field in Wednesday’s late game.
Cooler weather mixed with rain showers on Tuesday had the feel of a spring afternoon. Or maybe it was the return of high school sports that made it feel like March again.
The Carolina Virginia Collegiate League champion Tarboro River Bandits dominated the league’s post-season awards, taking three of the top five. The awards were announced Friday.
The prospect of playing a fall sports season became much more clear when the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association announced an updated schedule for the upcoming season.
The N.C. State football team on Wednesday announced that it will reschedule its season opener with Virginia Tech after discovering a cluster of COVID-19 cases among its athletes.
The North Carolina high school sports season received some clarity on Wednesday as an updated events calendar was released by the N.C. High School Athletic Association.
It was only fitting that the road followed by the Tarboro River Bandits to the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League championship run through defending league champion Fuquay-Varina.
A towering, walk-off home run by Phillip Boykin (Norfolk State) with one out in the seventh lifted the Tarboro River Bandits to a 2-1 victory over Fuquay-Varina to win the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League championship Saturday night before a raucous crowd in Tarboro’s Municipal Stadium.