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 high school seniors have each year. For some, the trouble
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 that culminated with the Phoenix winning its second straight state
(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.
Over the last 12 months, Carver’s Brian Sessoms Jr. has clearly established himself as a genuine blue-chip college prospect in
(pictured above: Chapter leaders Gladys Wilson, financial secretary, Charette Guthrie, recording secretary, Elizabeth Newton, first vice president, Lisa Smith, president, Camille
(pictured above: LaShun Huntley poses with his best friend’s sister, Barenda Mauney.) A new scholarship in honor of Brandon P. Mauney,