By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Sports history was made last month when the junior varsity squads from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) and Parkland High School faced off at Deaton-Thompson Stadium.
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Don’t be surprised if Parkland turns out to be the surprise team in junior varsity football this season. Prior to today’s match-up against
Special to The Chronicle POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. – The Winston-Salem State University Rams opened the scoring but couldn’t hold back the No. 14 Valdosta State Blazers, as they would
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Opportunity knocked frequently on East Forsyth’s door in its season opener against Reynolds
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: Members of the Winston-Salem Tiny Vikings (Photo by Tevin Stinson) Members of the Winston-Salem Tiny Vikings, Senior
In above photo: Antwon Stevenson, the new head coach at Glenn High School, had been an assistant coach with the Bobcats
In above photo: David Hamlin BY CRAIG T. GREENLE FOR THE CHRONICLE Being the head football coach at Atkins
In photo above: Running back Tyree Massey (5) scored six touchdowns and averaged 5.4 yards per carry last season. (Photo