Posts From Craig Greenlee

2 were key in Walkertown’s historic baseball season

    2 were key in Walkertown’s  historic baseball season

Football players Greg Brooks and Bryce McTeer made an undeniable impact as part of Walkertown’s inspiring run at the Class 1-A state baseball championship this spring. With both filling major

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Caesar: ‘I feel like I’m well prepared for everything’

    Caesar: ‘I feel like I’m well prepared for everything’

Christina Caesar’s true value as a basketball player cannot be fully measured by points, rebounds and steals. The soon-to-be Winston-Salem Prep graduate provided moxie and tenacity on a highly skilled

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For Parkland’s Dean, the summer is his only off season

    For Parkland’s Dean, the summer is his only off season

Kyndel Dean of Parkland fully embraces his ability to multi-task as a three-sport athlete. Whether it’s winter, spring or fall, he’s always working on his craft for that particular season.

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Track athletes cap season with title-winning performances

    Track athletes cap season with title-winning performances

For seniors McKinley McNeill of Parkland (Class 4-A) and Tony Davis of Atkins (Class 1-A), winning titles in the 400-meter dash was a grand way to close out their high school careers as the undisputed No. 1.

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QEA basketball seniors headed to the next level

    QEA basketball seniors headed to the next level

Three more basketball seniors at Quality Education Academy recently announced where they will continue their careers.

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Rams softball team looking to build on championship season

    Rams softball team looking to build on championship season

Just because Winston-Salem State’s softball team has no departing seniors, it doesn’t mean recruiting is at a standstill. On the contrary, coach LaTaya Hilliard-Gray will continue to add new people to the fold, and for good reason.

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Wake Forest student hones coaching skills as high school track assistant

    Wake Forest student hones coaching skills as high school track assistant

Angelique Reynolds became a high school track and field coach in a round-about kind of way. Her master plan was to run track at Wake Forest University and go to school on an academic scholarship.

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Wrap up! Rams baseball team looking to regroup and reload

    Wrap up! Rams baseball team looking to regroup and reload

This year, the Rams’ reign as CIAA diamond kings ended in a manner that was shocking and unexpected. WSSU (31-22) breezed through the first two rounds of the conference tournament, but had a crash landing in the final round. In losing twice to Chowan, the Rams surrendered the league crown.

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QEA’s Ndiaye signs with Fordham University

    QEA’s Ndiaye signs with Fordham University

Pape Ndiaye of Quality Education Academy will continue his basketball career at the next level. Ndiaye, a 6-9, 225-pound senior power forward, recently signed a national letter-of-intent with Fordham University (N.Y.). The Rams compete in the Atlantic 10 Conference.

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Hammonds fully expects to contend in hurdles races

    Hammonds fully expects to contend in hurdles races

Reynolds hurdler Gabriel Hammonds could be a surprise factor in these final weeks of high school track and field.

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