By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Sports history was made last month when the junior varsity squads from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) and Parkland High School faced off at Deaton-Thompson Stadium.
Blown assignments attribute to loss BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE The struggle continues for North Forsyth in junior varsity football. This time, it was a case of mental
JR’s Nick Imes (79) and teammates Adonis Jones (8) and Rashon Bethea (left) close in on the ball carrier during an early-season game against East Forsyth (Photos by Craig T.
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE After six weeks of play, here’s a look at the state of affairs for two junior varsity football teams. Due to the editorial
WSSU Rams honor injured freshman safety with helmet decal. By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle When Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) took to
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Don’t be surprised if Parkland turns out to be the surprise team in
photo above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Tacarris Wilson (7) and Lyndon Harmon of East Forsyth team up to sack Reagan
photo above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Clifton Mack of West Forsyth puts pressure on High Point Central quarterback John Saunders
photo above: Members of the South Little League are on the field during opening day. (submitted photo) By Tevin Stinson
Special to The Chronicle POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. – The Winston-Salem State University Rams opened the scoring but couldn’t hold