BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE When Parkland matched up with West Forsyth earlier this season, they came into the week thinking they were going to be playing Carver High. Late
Kyndel Dean of Parkland fully embraces his ability to multi-task as a three-sport athlete. Whether it’s winter, spring or fall, he’s always working on his craft for that particular season.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Sophomore Malik Chambers runs on Mount Tabor’s 4×200 and 4×400 relay teams that finished second at the City-County Track Championships. BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR
Holcomb-Faye BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Parkland’s boys’ basketball program has seen better days. Over the past decade, the Mustangs have only one winning season to show for
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Parkland’s Chris Brown drives the baseline against Reagan’s Tyler Carmer (34) as Tanner Nelson (50)
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Prior to his injury, Daniel Leal had established himself as the Mustangs go-to scorer in
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Parkland’s Damien Thacker attempts to shoot over the outstretched arms of Glenn’s Elijah Scales. BY CRAIG
T.J. Boyce (5) is the featured back in Carver’s ground-and-pound rushing attack. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee) If you’ve watched
Above: Germane Crowell and Martin Samek Mustangs will host Yellow Jackets in arguably the best rivalry in the city By
Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee- Ebony Williams (middle) is the Class 4-A state indoor record holder in the 55-meter hurdles.