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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper left the door open for high school sports to take place in the fall, recommending schools implement a combination of both in-person and remote learning to reopen after being closed in March because of COVID-19. more
Western Harnett cheerleader Shamaree Brown signed a deal this week to join the Campbell University cheerleading team. more
Local authorities from Harnett, Sampson and Johnston counties haven’t budged on their stance to keep athletes away from campus and will hold off on workouts for at least another week or two. more
Former Triton High School athlete Matthew Snyder was recently hired as a graduate assistant coach for the LaGrange College women’s basketball and cross country teams for the … more
Johnston County Public Schools will begin voluntary workouts for high school fall sports athletic teams beginning July 6.  more
A look back to the 1974 South Johnston High School girls basketball team, featuring two all-state performers, who finished 28-1 and brought the school its first state title. more
Watch Midway's Deantae Byrd, Jaden Covington (football) and Kaylah Jackson (basketball) speak about their agreements to play for Methodist University in the fall. more
Pictured is the 1981 NCHSAA 1-A Baseball State Championship team. Bottom row from left, Chuck Crumpler, Dwight Naylor, Jody Warren, Tommy Fann, Clyde Locklear, Keith Warren and Darryl Tew. Top row, … more
FOUR OAKS — Four South Johnston High standouts celebrated their ascension to the next level during the school’s Signing Day on Thursday morning. Representing Trojans baseball, both … more
Harnett, Johnston and Sampson counties all held special meetings to discuss a possible return to high sports and all three districts concluded that a potential restart won't be until next month.  more
Watch newly introduced Midway baseball coach Justin Carroll and Raiders athletic director Aaron Lane discuss what brought Carroll to the program as well as his plans moving forward. more
CHAPEL HILL — The N.C. High School Athletic Association has marked June 15 as the official end to the current “dead period” that has sidelined all organized activities since March … more
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