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 the Carver High School Alumni Association speak during the Dedication
(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
The Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic is a showcase for JV players. When the seeding was done for the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic last