Above: Parkland’s Brian Hollman (right) gets ready to recover a fumble as teammate Regan Wilkenson (15) watches. (Photos by Craig T. Greenlee) With two games remaining in this season, Parkland’s
Above: Mount Tabor’s Thomas Brabham (2) proved himself as a dual-threat quarterback last week with timely scrambles and three touchdown passes. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee) Nobody could have predicted
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE In a much-anticipated match-up of top contenders in junior varsity football, West Forsyth continued its trek down victory lane. This time, the
In above photo: Mount Tabor wide receiver Qumar Price protects the football after making a catch against West Stokes. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee) Mount Tabor and Reagan needed a game
In above photo: Naeem Razzak dribbles past a defender during last week’s boys’ East-West All-Star Basketball Game played in Greensboro. (Photo
(Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee– Raiders guard Trey McDaniel launches a jump over stretched-out arms of Mount Tabor’s Bond Craver
Schools taking special measures to keep graduation rates solid Four-year graduation rates are up in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District.
Every time city native Jeremy “JJ” Johnson hits the field at BB&T Ballpark, he is one step closer to achieving
The Morehead-Cain Foundation – home of the oldest, most prestigious merit scholarship program in the United States – will welcome
Local high school artists were honored for their work on April 18 at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.