BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Typically when you hear of high school athletes obtaining scholarships to four year universities, football, basketball or baseball immediately come to mind. But Makenna Mason
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Gentleman’s Quorum Inc. recently launched its PLAAY (Preventing Long-Term Anger & Aggression in Youth) summer program. Participants in the program are joining forces with Union Baptist
A meeting to unveil renovations plans for Hanes Park quickly turned into a heated debate last Thursday evening when a group of supporters of Reynolds High School hijacked the drop-in meeting to voice their frustrations.
The Next Level Track Club of Winston-Salem, head coached by Buddy Hayes, is a track and field club that competes in age group competitions while also providing tutorial and social skills education for young people.
The Burgess family held the second annual Celeste Burgess Memorial Banquet last Friday at the Enterprise Center, in her honor, along with the Memorial Basketball game Saturday.
Basketball has been a part of Quality Education Academy’s (QEA) Senior point guard Renathan Ona Embo’s life since he was
Youth basketball is the sport being played in its most raw state. There is no dunking like LeBron, little to no fancy dribbling like Kyrie Irving, and no three-pointers from 30 feet away like Stephen Curry.
Josephus Mitchell, Trent Evans and Alex Martin of the Guilford College Track and Field team all performed admirably in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships in late April.
The Winston-Salem State University (WSSU ) Department of Athletics is proud to announce that 92 student-athletes finished the spring semester and were recognized on the Dean’s List.
Coaches always preach that practice makes perfect. For Nytrinitey Jenkins of Northwest Middle School, hard work on the track and in the classroom has set her up for success with both.