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SILER CITY — After a disappointing 2-9 season in 2019, Jordan-Matthews’ main goal for this year was simply to be competitive. It’s clear they’re taking that goal … more
PITTSBORO — Never underestimate the power of passionate parents. During Northwood’s first-round playoff win, 58-51, over Fayetteville’s E.E. Smith Golden Bulls on Tuesday, the 25 … more
SILER CITY — Whether you were standing near the edge of the Chatham Charter bench like head coach Jason Messier, running up and down the court like senior power forward Trevor Golden or sitting … more
Torn-up turf. Mud-soaked cleats. Bundled-up coaches. Stiff-handed quarterbacks. These are the signs of February football in North Carolina — more specifically, the signs of February football at Chatham Central. more
Last season, the Chargers were able to string together an impressive four-game winning streak in the middle of the season, showing life after opening the season with three straight losses. But after the win streak, they went on a four-game losing streak to close out the year. more
It may not have been the most ideal first season at 2-9, but for Jordan-Matthews’ head coach Sam Spencer, 2019 wasn’t all bad. more
Here are scores and schedules for Chatham County high school athletics from Monday, Feb. 22 to Sunday, Feb. 28. This story will be updated throughout the week. Monday, Feb. … more
PITTSBORO — When you’ve got revenge and a playoff spot on the line, it’s easy to feel motivated. Northwood’s a prime example of that. The Chargers completed their … more
PITTSBORO — It isn’t every year that your team goes undefeated in the regular season. And for Northwood women’s basketball, it’s even rarer. The Chargers won their last … more
CHAPEL HILL — Governors Club is well-known for its sprawling 1,600-acre property, its gorgeous landscape and its Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. Now, the Triangle’s lone private golf club … more
CARY — A Chatham County swimmer made history in Cary last week, etching her name into record books and sewing her name onto a banner. And yet, she still isn’t satisfied. Jennah Fadely, a … more
Here are scores and schedules for Chatham County high school athletics from Monday, Feb. 15 to Sunday, Feb. 21. This story will be updated throughout the week. more
BEAR CREEK — The stands may not have been at full capacity, but the energy, excitement and tension of an old Chatham County rivalry refused to miss a game. The Chatham Central men’s … more
PITTSBORO — Last season was special for Northwood men’s basketball, there’s no doubt about it.  The team’s 27 wins and a trip to the NCHSAA 3A semifinals is something … more
SILER CITY — The Jets’ confidence may have been through the roof, but their offense remained trapped beneath it. Jordan-Matthews’ men’s soccer team came up short in a … more
PITTSBORO — His journey took him nearly 8,000 miles from South Africa to Pittsboro. Now, he’s headed an extra 800 to Miami. Northwood senior placekicker/punter/linebacker Aidan Laros has … more
PITTSBORO — The College Football Playoff may soon be adding a little bit of Northwood flair. Charger long snapper and all-conference linebacker Jake Mann, originally committed to Florida State, … more
Here are scores and schedules for Chatham County high school athletics from Monday, Feb. 8 to Sunday, Feb. 14. This story will be updated throughout the week. Monday, Feb. 8 Basketball: Woods … more
Sometimes, all it takes is a little practice. Allen Iverson might not care to talk about it, but Taij Cotten doesn’t shy away. The Woods Charter Wolves earned their first win of the … more
Victor Hensley has joined the News + Record’s staff as sports editor, Publisher Bill Horner III has announced. Hensley, 23, replaces Chapel Fowler, who has taken a position at another newspaper. … more
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