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 Carver’s junior varsity in recent weeks, then you know that
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
In photo above: Ashley Porter (14) has blossomed as a bonafide low-post force at both ends of the floor for