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Butler to be major force for Carver

    Butler to be major force for Carver

Rashad Butler of Carver fosters no illusions about what it will take for him to excel in his first season of varsity football. He fully understands that it won’t be

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Puryear continues coaching career at Queens

    Puryear continues coaching career at Queens

Winston-Salem native Sam Puryear Jr. remembers the days when he accompanied his father to Winston Lake and other local public golf courses. For the younger Puryear, those trips ignited a

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Hawkins earns respect at ECU

    Hawkins earns respect at ECU

Josh Hawkins never doubted that he would one day play big-time college football. The former Glenn standout decided to go to East Carolina, even though the Pirates did not offer

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Fields key to Rams’ success

    Fields key to Rams’ success

In spite of Winston-Salem State University’s unprecedented football success over the past two seasons (27-2), linebacker Carlos Fields refuses to take anything for granted. He’s acutely aware that there are

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Gant’s golfing goals high

    Gant’s golfing goals high

For the time being, 14-year-old Malcolm Gant has a thin golfing résumé. He’s played in only one tournament, thus he’s

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Prep’s Harney a hot commodity

    Prep’s Harney a hot commodity

The lengthy recruiting process is just about over for Winston-Salem Prep’s Raekwon Harney. It’s not that the soon-to-be-graduate was ever

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Centerfielder becoming all-around player

    Centerfielder  becoming  all-around player

Chris Brooks is an up-and-coming player on an up-and-coming Walkertown team that figures to make its presence felt in Class

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Tiny Rams having post Pop Warner success

    Tiny Rams having post Pop Warner success

A year ago, the Winston-Salem Tiny Rams, along with nine other area youth organizations, bolted from Pop Warner football to

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Q & A with hometown legend

    Q & A with hometown  legend

Carl Eller’s life as a legendary football player is well-documented, and he’s enshrined in nearly everybody’s Hall of Fame (college

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CIAA Commissioner goes 1-on-1

    CIAA  Commissioner goes 1-on-1

As the first African-American woman to be named CIAA commissioner, Jacqie Carpenter is a trailblazer. Prior to settling into her

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