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WSSU skills camp focuses on the basics

    WSSU skills camp focuses on the basics

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Winston-Salem State University has a storied past when it comes to the game of basketball.  With legendary coach Clarence “Big House”

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Four 2016 CIAA football games will be televised

    Four 2016 CIAA football games will be televised

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Charlotte, NC — The 2016 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) football season is scheduled to include four televised games broadcast across TV platforms such as the

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Small College Basketball taps 2 from WSSU for inaugural Hall of Fame class

    Small College Basketball taps 2 from WSSU for inaugural Hall of Fame class

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Former Winston-Salem State University coach and a standout, Clarence “Big House” Gaines and Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, will be among the inaugural

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Heart of the Game

    Heart of the Game

Wali Pitt Chronicle Columnist Often times when we think about football, our minds immediately invoke images of cool fall weather for tailgating, huge swarms of screaming fans cheering under the

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Youth go to Josh Howard to learn basketball

  Youth go to Josh Howard to learn basketball

TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Josh Howard has been a star on the basketball court since he laced up his sneakers

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W-S Prep athlete heads to Fayetteville State with scholarship

  W-S Prep athlete heads to Fayetteville State with scholarship

Submitted photo BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Former Winston-Salem Prep Academy player Kala Robinson grew up being a cheerleader.  As

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Area teens earn tennis scholarships

  Area teens earn tennis scholarships

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Typically when you hear of high school athletes obtaining scholarships to four year universities, football,

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Summer program to stem aggression kicks off locally

  Summer program to stem aggression kicks off locally

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Gentleman’s Quorum Inc. recently launched its PLAAY (Preventing Long-Term Anger & Aggression in Youth) summer program. 

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Reynolds supporters dismiss Hanes Park master plan

  Reynolds supporters dismiss Hanes Park master plan

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.

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Youth track club nurtures more than running

  Youth track club nurtures more than running

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.

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