Hello, Winston Salem. My name is Timothy Ramsey and I am the new sports editor/reporter for The Chronicle. As some of you may already know, I am currently the religion
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
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
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.
Lady Warcats host youth camp before 82-44 blowout victory Fresh off the team’s first win on an international stage, the
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.
Earlier this month, the boys track team at Northwest Middle School capped off a perfect season by winning the annual city/county championship meet held at Reagan High School.
Three more basketball seniors at Quality Education Academy recently announced where they will continue their careers.
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.
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.