BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Playing football in the elements is an aspect that makes the game different from most others. With rain in the forecast prior to the game
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Sophomore Jeremy Kankula of Atkins is ranked No. 3 in the state in the Class 1-A boys’ 800 meter run by the NCRunners web site.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Not only is Ashya Smith a key member of the Phoenix’s sprint relay teams (4×100 and 4×200), but she’s a strong favorite to win state
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Point guard Jada Craig is a prime factor at both ends of the floor for Prep, the defending Class 1-A state champ. BY CRAIG T.
(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle- Mary Carpenter and Rudolph Valentino Boone Sr. listen as members of
(Above: Photo by Charles E. Leftwich- Kobe Young, Parkland) The high school basketball season ends early for freshmen and sophomores that don’t
(Above: Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Davier Dixon (left) and Caleb Burgess of Winston-Salem Prep in action.) This is the first
When Black businesses ruled To the Editor: I grew up in Winston-Salem and attended an Afro American School. In this
(Photo by Craig T. Greenlee, Above: Justin Nolan (50) of Atkins drives to the basket for the game-winning score as
(pictured above: Walkertown’s Terrence Westberry applies pressure on D.J. Williams of Atkins.) The two lowest-seeded teams in the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic