(Above: Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Davier Dixon (left) and Caleb Burgess of Winston-Salem Prep in action.) This is the first of two season-ending articles on junior varsity basketball in Forsyth
(pictured above: Hall of Famers sit in the stands at Atkins Academic and Technology High School.) Special guests attended Atkins Academic and Technology High School’s basketball game on Friday, Jan.
The Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic is a showcase for JV players. When the seeding was done for the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic last weekend, there was never a doubt as to which team
Glenn rallies to beat Carver (pictured above: Glenn wide receiver Braxton Rorie (24) in action during last week’s victory over Carver.) Glenn appeared to be on the verge of self-destructing against
(pictured above: Reynolds’ Jeremiah Brown runs for yardage.) After three games, Reynolds is below .500. Yet, there’s strong evidence that
(pictured above: Coach Germane Crowell. William Dean will be the starting quarterback this season.) Germane Crowell is satisfied with the progress
(pictured above: Brian Sessoms Jr. runs to the finish line.) If there were any questions about Carver’s dominance in boys’ sprinting,
(pictured above: Lamaya Williams with her sons Ira III, 6 and Issa, almost 2.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has reduced the number
(pictured above: LaShun Huntley poses with his best friend’s sister, Barenda Mauney.) A new scholarship in honor of Brandon P. Mauney,
Over the years, the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Tournament has blossomed as an early-season showcase for junior varsity basketball in the Triad.