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Bears have eyes on titleBears have eyes on title
[Apr. 24, 2005] Last season, Chatham Central finished in a five-way tie for first-place in the Yadkin Valley 1-A Conference, but missed out on one of the four allotted playoff spots as a result of being the odd-men out on a five-way tiebreaker. This year, there's little chance that the Bears (14-1, 9-0) will fall victim to the same fate. The 2005 edition of Chatham Central baseball is off to one of the best starts in school history. Only rain has slowed the team down, and through Saturday, the Bears had suffered just one loss all year and is undefeated and a full two games ahead in the conference standings. By WEB RUN - Sanford Herald
 
Northwood defeated Eastern Alamance to advance to Mid-State 2A finalsNorthwood defeated Eastern Alamance to advance to Mid-State 2A finals
[Feb. 18, 2005] Northwood High School defeated Eastern Alamance last night 78-73 to advance to the finals of the Mid State 2A basketball tournament tonight. They will play High Point Andrews. Last night Prince Bowden scored 25 and Terence Johnson had 12. Game time is 8:00 p.m. tonight and the game will be played at Eastern Alamance High School. By Bill Hall
 
NHS band debuts competition program this weekendNHS band debuts competition program this weekend
[Sep. 2, 2004] The Northwood Marching Chargers open their season with a halftime performance at the September 3rd football game. They will preview their show, "Simon Says" featuring the music of Paul Simon. The program includes prominent percussion features, solos and outstanding colorguard routines. The marching band, including colorguard and percussion, is 93 students strong this year. By Gina Harrison
 
Chargers run away with winChargers run away with win
[Aug. 19, 2004] Northwood boys' cross country team dominated the Chatham County meet Monday, securing the top five finishers on its way to a 38-point victory. Taylor Adams took the top spot with a time of 17:52. He was followed by four other Chargers: Jacobi Eaves, Jordan Ait, Ryan Brumfield and Nate Hilton, who all recorded times under 19 minutes.
 
Northwood releases 2004 varsity football team rosterNorthwood releases 2004 varsity football team roster
[Aug. 14, 2004] Northwood High School head football coach Bill Hall announced his 2004 Varsity football roster.
 
Northwood cheerleaders show lots of spirit at NC State campNorthwood cheerleaders show lots of spirit at NC State camp
[Jul. 28, 2004] The Northwood High School Cheerleaders recently joined 141 other cheerleaders at a National Cheerleaders Association summer camp held on the campus of North Carolina State University. Both the Northwood Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleading squads received top honors for the week and were selected as Top Team Winner.
 
NC All-State High School Baseball TeamsNC All-State High School Baseball Teams
[Jun. 22, 2004]
 
Chatham Central women roll over North MooreChatham Central women roll over North Moore
[Feb. 20, 2004] Bear Creek - Chatham Central didn't need a last-second three-pointer to get its third win of the season over North Moore. Natalie Phillips scored a season-high 17 points and the second-seeded Lady Bears held North Moore to just 13 points in the last three quarters of a 59-26 win in Monday's first-round game of the Yadkin Valley 1-A Conference tournament. By Sanford Herald - WEB RUN
 
Chatham Central's Thompson tops 2000Chatham Central's Thompson tops 2000
[Feb. 17, 2004] Bear Creek - Jason Thompson now sits squarely atop the Chatham Central record book with 2,001 career points. Thompson, the Bears' all-time leading scorer who will play at Old Dominion University next season, came back from a first-half injury to score 16 points of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead the Bears to a 45-38 victory over North Moore Friday in the Yadkin Valley 1-A Conference regular season finale for both teams. By Sanford Herald - WEB RUN
 
Thompson, Central top Jordan-MatthewsThompson, Central top Jordan-Matthews
[Jan. 6, 2004] Siler City - Jason Thompson scored 10 of his team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter Friday to lead Chatham Central to a 43-38 win over Jordan-Matthews in a Yadkin Valley 1-A Conference game. By SANFORD HERALD - WEB RUN
 
Monarchs Sign 6-5 Forward From Bear CreekMonarchs Sign 6-5 Forward From Bear Creek
[Nov. 17, 2003] Old Dominion University head men's basketball coach Blaine Taylor announced the signing of 6-5, 195-pound forward Jason Thompson from Chatham Central High School in Bear Creek, NC.
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