Submitted photo BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE As a 2016 graduate of Carver High School, Jonathan Transau was able to achieve a full scholarship from Hampton University to play tight
Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE In 1984, Darryl Hunt was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder. While maintaining his innocence, Hunt would spend nearly two decades
BY DONNA ROGERS THE CHRONICLE For five years, TerCraig Edwards, director of the Mazie S. Woodruff Center, and others kicked around the idea of a scholarship named for Mazie Woodruff.
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Signing a letter of intent to play football at an institution of higher learning became a reality for many athletes from
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Going to college and obtaining a degree is a dream many
Briyonna Gambrell’s decision to try track and field was transformative and life-changing. In the not too distant past, Gambrell was clearly treading down the wrong path at North Forsyth.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Prep combo guard Mychala Wolfe averaged 13 points a game during the Class 1-A playoffs
(pictured above: Larn Dillard presents awards to Keyla Lewis-Fleming and Elizabeth Wheeler (right)) Struggles for freedom – both past and present
(pictured above: Donna Burgess holds a framed tribute to her late daughter.) Teaching the angels in heaven how to play basketball.