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2007 North Carolina high school women's basketball pairings set2007 North Carolina high school women's basketball pairings set
[Feb. 17, 2007] The North Carolina High School Association has released the women's basketball pairings for the 2007 sectional tournaments. Pittsboro's Northwood High (12-11) will play at Eastern Guilford (12-10). Siler City's Jordan Matthews (14-10) will play at N.C. School of Science and Math (6-16). Both games will take place on Tuesday, February 20th at 7 p.m.
 
Efforts underway to research NCHSAC history
[Jan. 19, 2007] In recognition of Black History Month in February, a group of alumni from historically black high schools has offered an interesting and inexpensive way for communities to participate in reclaiming a part of their own history.
 
Northwood beats Ledford, 40 - 21Northwood beats Ledford, 40 - 21
[Nov. 19, 2006] The Northwood football team made school history when they advanced to the third round of the NCHSAA football playoffs with a 40-21 2-AA win over Ledford. Ledford saw its season end at 7-6.
 
Teams seeded for North Carolina high school state football playoffsTeams seeded for North Carolina high school state football playoffs
[Nov. 7, 2006] Teams were seeded for the 2006 North Carolina high school state football playoffs based on 10-game records as submitted to the NCHSAA.
 
Northwood returns a strong, quick squadNorthwood returns a strong, quick squad
[Sep. 11, 2006] Round two of the State Playoffs was the best the '05 team could accomplish, but the '06 team hopes to do at least one better. "We're taking this season one game at a time," says veteran Head Coach Bill Hall. "If we play like were capable, and stay relatively injury free, we have an excellent chance of going all the way this year." By Eric Andrews
Also: Chatham Photos
Also: Eric Andrews Realty
 
Northwood defeats Western Harnett, 38-12Northwood defeats Western Harnett, 38-12
[Aug. 27, 2006] Northwood opened its 2006 football schedule last weekend by thrashing Union Pines, 35-13. This week they defeated Western Harnett, 38-12. For the first time since 2003, the Northwood Chargers are off to a 2-0 season start.
Also: Chatham Photos
 
Scotland takes third game 10-5 to win 4-A baseball championshipScotland takes third game 10-5 to win 4-A baseball championship
[Jun. 5, 2006] Nick Liles had three hits and Scott Myers drove home four runs as Scotland downed South Caldwell 10-5 in the third and final game of the North Carolina 4-A baseball championship series.
Also: S. Caldwell vs Scotland Game 3 Photo Gallery
Also: S. Caldwell vs Scotland Game 1 Photo Gallery
 
Chatham Central explodes for 20 hits to clinch 1-A baseball championshipChatham Central explodes for 20 hits to clinch 1-A baseball championship
[Jun. 4, 2006] Bears second baseman Spencer Andrews rapped out four hits Sunday afternoon in a 20-hit assault as Chatham Central rolled to a 13-3 decision over West Columbus in the third and decisive game of the North Carolina 1-A baseball championship series.
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 3 photo gallery - 6/04
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 2 photo gallery - 6/03
 
D.H. Conley takes state 3-A baseball championshipD.H. Conley takes state 3-A baseball championship
[Jun. 4, 2006] Alex White used his bat and his arm to rally Greenville D.H. Conley as the Vikings defeated Jamestown Ragsdale 2-0 in the third and final game on Saturday night in the North Carolina 3-A baseball championship series
 
North Lenoir wins state 2-A baseball championshipNorth Lenoir wins state 2-A baseball championship
[Jun. 4, 2006] North Lenoir exploded for six runs in its final at-bat on Saturday night to defeat East Bend Forbush 10-5 in the third and decisive game of the North Carolina 2-A baseball championship
 
Lowery leads Scotland past South CaldwellLowery leads Scotland past South Caldwell
[Jun. 4, 2006] Scotland's Derrick Lowery fired a two-hit shutout and scored the only run of the contest as the Scots blanked South Caldwell 1-0 in the second game of the North Carolina 4-A baseball championship series.
Also: South Caldwell vs Scotland Game 1 Baseball Photo Gallery
 
D.H. Conley comes back to beat Ragsdale, 10-2D.H. Conley comes back to beat Ragsdale, 10-2
[Jun. 4, 2006] Greenville D.H. Conley cruised to a 10-2 decision over Jamestown Ragsdale in the second game of the North Carolina 3-A baseball championship series on Saturday afternoon.
 
Forbush evens series with win over North Lenoir, 11-5Forbush evens series with win over North Lenoir, 11-5
[Jun. 4, 2006] East Bend Forbush rebounded from a crushing Friday night loss and beat defending champion North Lenoir 11-5 on Saturday.
 
West Columbus beats Chatham Central to even up 1-A baseball seriesWest Columbus beats Chatham Central to even up 1-A baseball series
[Jun. 4, 2006] ­ Zach Andrews ripped a bases-loaded double in the first inning to get West Columbus off and running and the Vikings beat Chatham Central 9-2 on Saturday afternoon in the second game of 1-A baseball championship series
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 2 photo gallery - 6/03
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 1 photo gallery - 6/03
 
Chatham Central wins 1-A baseball openerChatham Central wins 1-A baseball opener
[Jun. 3, 2006] Chatham Central held off a couple of rallies by West Columbus to take a 9-8 victory Saturday in the completion of the first game of the North Carolina 1-A baseball championship series
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 1 photo gallery - 6/02
Also: Bears vs Vikings Game 1 photo gallery - 6/03

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