Over the past six months Jada Dowd has steadily progressed to the point where she is proficient in four separate events. During the Region 25 qualifier on July 4 weekend,
The Parkland Magnet High School cheerleading squad had not competed in a competition in 12 years. So to take home first place in the Non-stunt/Non-tumble Division and second overall in the National Stomp and Shake competition, organized by Powerhouse Spirit Competitions, was a dream come true.
Even though Jahnae Bowman’s vision of attending college on a track scholarship has come to pass, she’s not about to sit back and admire her handiwork as Parkland’s top sprinter and long jumper.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Parkland’s McKinley McNeill left battles with Kleo Torres of Southeast Raleigh during the first leg of the 4×400 relay. McNeill beat Torres to win the
By Craig T. Greenlee For The Chronicle There’s a rich sports heritage at Parkland High School. But up to now,
In Above Photo: Photos by Craig T. Greenlee- Left: Class 4-A state outdoor 400 champ McKinley McNeill of Parkland had over
Above: Mount Tabor’s Thomas Brabham (2) proved himself as a dual-threat quarterback last week with timely scrambles and three touchdown
Above: Parkland’s Brian Hollman (right) gets ready to recover a fumble as teammate Regan Wilkenson (15) watches. (Photos by Craig
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle At a time when race relations are the headlines in many news reports, the Human
BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Don’t be surprised if Parkland turns out to be the surprise team in