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Teams come up short at AYF nationals

    Teams come up short at AYF nationals

(pictured above: Tiny Indians had a great season.) Unlike last year when the Tiny Rams U14s and Tiny Indians Cadets reigned supreme, there will be no national champs in youth football

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North Forsyth trounces Carver

    North Forsyth trounces Carver

(pictured above:Cameron King) North Forsyth never had to slow down for speed bumps in a 65-28 runaway road victory over Carver last week. The Vikings pulled away in the second

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Reynolds edges past Glenn

    Reynolds edges past Glenn

(pictured above: Reynolds’ Xavier Coles (24) defends against Glenn’s Marcus Harris (4). ) ( photo by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.) The home crowd at Glenn revved up its noise level as Ian

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Local teams move on at AYF nationals

    Local teams move on at AYF nationals

(pictured above: The Panthers Cadets have victory on their minds.) The Tiny Rams Unlimited 14s and Panthers Cadets posted opening-round shut-out victories at the Division I American Youth Football National Championships

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Lash seeds picked

    Lash seeds picked

The Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic is a showcase for JV players. When the seeding was done for the Lash-Chronicle Holiday Classic last

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Paving the Way

    Paving the Way

Seniors reflect upon W-S Prep’s first season of football (pictured above: (From left) Phillip Baity with Ryan Palmer and Jaland Tate.)

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Tiny Indians squads to play for nationals

    Tiny Indians squads to play for nationals

(pictured above:  A coach holds up the Tiny Indians Cadets’ DII AYF trophy last year.) The Winston-Salem Tiny Indians figure to

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Parkland runners college-bound

    Parkland runners college-bound

(pictured above:  Ebony Williams (front, from left) with Katlin Sherman, Erin Morrison (backrow) Miaysha Bryant, Ila Mumford and Nateja Hale.) Parkland’s

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Local teams to play for titles

    Local teams to play for titles

(pictured above:  The Panthers Cadets celebrate after winning the AYF State Championship game.) It’s that time of year again in

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Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

    Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

(pictured above: Local Tennis advocate Beth Hopkins) Katrina M. Adams will make history in two ways when she becomes chairman of

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