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Josh Howard looks to progress

    Josh Howard looks to progress

Now in his second season as head coach at Piedmont International University, Josh Howard is looking to see growth from his players on and off the court.

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The future of the NBA is in good hands

    The future of the NBA is in good hands

As LeBron nears the end of his career, the gap between him and the next best player narrows each year.

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Elite Eight gaining traction in community

    Elite Eight gaining traction in community

Since its inception in 2011, the Elite 8 nonprofit organization has seen exponential growth in popularity and participation.

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Young lady dominates boys on the track

    Young lady dominates boys on the track

Race car driving has been a male-dominated sport since its inception.  With young ladies like Cassidy Keitt on the rise, the all boys club may soon have some competition as

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Mt. Tabor caps off season with unofficial JV title

  Mt. Tabor caps off season with unofficial JV title

The newly created Piedmont Triad 3A conference has crowned its first junior varsity champion.  Even though there is no official

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Coach impacts kids on and off the field

  Coach impacts kids on and off the field

If you ask any athlete how important a coach is  they will tell you a good coach can mean the

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Can the Tar Heels repeat as champions?

  Can the Tar Heels repeat as  champions?

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tar Heels are the reigning defending Division I college basketball champions.  The

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Ninth-graders set to take center stage

  Ninth-graders set to take center stage

The stage has been officially set for the 2017 Branded for Knowledge (BFK) Classic. The tournament designed to give high

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Spartans streak over Parkland

  Spartans streak over Parkland

The Spartans of Mount Tabor push their win streak to eight games last week with a win over the Parkland Mustangs.

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Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

  Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

Darrell Wallace Jr. will become the first black full-time driver at NASCAR’s top level since 1971.

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