(Above: Photo by Craig Greenlee- Chace Washington-Saunders) This could be the year when Chace Washington-Saunders finally gets answers to all of his “what if” questions. Over the past year, Reagan’s top
(Above: Photo by Charles E. Leftwich- Connor Sparrow’s presence in the low post was key factor in East Forsyth’s success.) This is the second of a two-part series on junior varsity basketball
Quantum leap. It’s a fitting catch phrase to describe William Comer’s still-budding wrestling career at Reagan. A year ago, Comer was a back-up on the junior varsity. A year later,
(West Forsyth’s Kamonyi Becton scores inside. Photos by Cameron L. Leftwich) A rivalry game that was supposed to be a suspense-filled thriller turned out to be a shockingly one-sided non-contest. Reagan
Prep earns bragging rights again (pictured above: Brandon Palmer (11) leads the press for Winston-Salem Prep’s stifling defense. Photos by Charles E.
(pictured above: Adam Warren of Reagan (54) rises over Walkertown’s Kendrick Campbell (21) to make a pass. Photo by Cameron L. Leftwich)
The Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic is a showcase for JV players. When the seeding was done for the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic last
(pictured above: Mount Tabor’s Doreau Jefferson snatches a rebound.) (Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.) From all indications, the Branded
Over the years, the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Tournament has blossomed as an early-season showcase for junior varsity basketball in the Triad.
Just when it appeared that West Forsyth’s junior varsity might suffer its fourth loss of the season, Marquis Bodney gave