Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Throughout this entire season, West Forsyth has been a perpetual slow starter during the first half of their games. That trend
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Last week’s matchup between Mt. Tabor and Reagan was a rematch of a game the two teams played earlier this season.
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The Newbridge Bank Invitational Jamboree at Mt. Tabor High School featured a number of Forsyth County High School Varsity and Junior
Kelvin Johnson scores on a put back basket for West Forsyth. BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE The West Forsyth-Reagan JV match-up had all the elements you could ask
Grant Carter of Reagan runs for a first down in the final minutes of the game to seal the victory
(Above: Photo by Craig Greenlee- Chace Washington-Saunders) This could be the year when Chace Washington-Saunders finally gets answers to all of
(Above: Photo by Charles E. Leftwich- Connor Sparrow’s presence in the low post was key factor in East Forsyth’s success.) This is
Quantum leap. It’s a fitting catch phrase to describe William Comer’s still-budding wrestling career at Reagan. A year ago, Comer
(West Forsyth’s Kamonyi Becton scores inside. Photos by Cameron L. Leftwich) A rivalry game that was supposed to be a suspense-filled
Prep earns bragging rights again (pictured above: Brandon Palmer (11) leads the press for Winston-Salem Prep’s stifling defense. Photos by Charles E.