BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Murphy’s Law was in full effect in Carver’s eyebrow-raising loss to West Stokes in JV football last week. Literally and figuratively, every
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Carver is on full steamroller mode in junior varsity football. Coming off a lengthy period of inactivity, the Yellowjackets have shown no signs
Carver High School varsity football team wins soundly with a 49-7 victory over Surry Central on Friday, Oct. 9. The win snapped a two-game losing streak for the Yellow Jackets
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE When football teams get time off during the season, it can be a plus as well as a minus. On the one hand,
T.J. Boyce (5) is the featured back in Carver’s ground-and-pound rushing attack. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee) If you’ve watched
In above photo: Winston-Salem Police Department taking on the Winston-Salem Fire Department in a basketball game to raise money on
In above photo: Carver’s Teryan Cherry (left in white) and Jeremy Brown-Middleton (bottom right) close in on Dudley quarterback Richard Monroe.
In above photo: Trayvez George (left) of Carver rushes the passer during a recent scrimmage against Lexington, Glenn’s Timothy Hairston (right)
In above photo: Students and parents wait for the start of AKA Community Day outside Carver High School on Saturday, Aug.
In above photo:(left to right) Soror Gloria Banks, Ivy Steward, Mary Jenkins, Marie Matthews, and Alma Joyce chat in the food