Southeast Guilford Vs. Western Guilford By: Ethan White, for GreensboroSports.com Tonight’s battle at the Nest is against Western Guilford and Southeast Guilford. Southeast is coming into this game at 4-3 overall and Western is coming in at 1-5. The questions that I want to know is when will we see this offense come alive for… Continue reading Friday Night with Ethan White:SEG Falcons Flying High and have Playoff Hopes on their mind, as Southeast hurdles Hornets(Western Guilford)
Southeast Guilford V.S. Ragsdale High from Ethan White, with GreensboroSports.com……. Interviews: Coach Bates: The main thing the guys worked on this week was upfront. The only injury that happened was Mark Tillmon from last game and Tyshawn Wall. We weren’t really focused on the team as much. Coach Bates said that he doesn’t focus on… Continue reading Friday Night with Ethan White:Southeast Guilford Homecoming a Smashing Success, as Falcons get 50-0 win over Ragsdale Tigers
Quarterback turned Receiver turned Quarterback from Jordan Stowe, with a Special to GreensboroSports.com If you have not already heard the remarkable story of Kendall Hinton that has been all over the news media since Sunday, allow me to tell you. Kendall Hinton was born and raised in Durham, NC. He played Quarterback for Southern High… Continue reading Quarterback turned Receiver turned Quarterback:Kendall Hinton(WFU) gets the call and becomes “The Leader of the Denver Broncos”!!!!!
Caldwell Academy Volleyball Update – State Playoffs Are Here!! Special report to Greensboro Sports by Chris Black Caldwell Academy Volleyball recently completed their regular season with a perfect record of 16 – 0 and claimed their 7th straight conference championship. Coach Dan Bozarth has built a consistent winner at Caldwell and had this to say… Continue reading Caldwell Academy Volleyball Update:The State Playoffs Are Here!!!
Caldwell Volleyball: Rolling into the second half of the season! Special report for Greensboro Sports by Chris Black In off the court news: The state association for private schools, NCISAA, announced a new spectator attendance policy. Effective Oct. 1, parents of senior players for the home team only are now allowed to attend matches. Prior… Continue reading Caldwell Volleyball:Rolling into the second half of the season!
HUGE week for Caldwell Volleyball: 3 wins / Coach Bo 200th VICTORY / Christina Phillips Maxpreps AVCA Recognition Special report to Greensboro Sports by Chris Black A huge week for Caldwell volleyball started with setter Christina Phillips receiving the Maxpreps AVCA Player Of The Week honors for North Carolina for the week of Sept. 13… Continue reading HUGE week for Caldwell Volleyball:3 wins/Coach Bo 200th VICTORY/Christina Phillips Maxpreps AVCA Recognition
Caldwell Volleyball: Game Reports Without Leaving The House! Special report to Greensboro Sports by Chris Black Caldwell volleyball took to the road to close out their first week of return to play. They traveled to Statesville Christian on Thursday and Gaston Christian on Friday. With no spectators currently being allowed at NCISAA sporting events, this… Continue reading Caldwell Volleyball:Game Reports Without Leaving The House!
Caldwell vs. Wesleyan Volleyball – Report From Inside The Game Bubble Special report for Greensborosports.com by Chris Black Caldwell and Wesleyan volleyball squared off on Tuesday afternoon on the court, but the competition itself was pretty much the only normal thing about the match. No spectators were allowed to attend. Instead, parents and fans were… Continue reading Caldwell vs. Wesleyan Volleyball – Report From Inside The Game Bubble
CALDWELL ACADEMY VOLLEYBALL IS BACK!!!!! (ALMOST!) Special report to Greensborosports.com by Chris Black It’s the day that Caldwell Academy volleyball seniors Christina Phillips, Lindsey Macdiarmid, and Gabby Black have been praying for since the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA) announced their plans for the restart of high school sports: September 15 – the… Continue reading Caldwell Academy Volleyball Is Back!!!!! (Almost!)
The Mental Game Written by: Jordan Stowe as a courtesy to GreensboroSports.com… The Big10, Pac12, MEAC, and all Ivy League institutions have announced there will be no sports until January 21, 2021. That means no Football and most of Basketball. With this news, that was reported earlier this week, I would like to take a… Continue reading The Mental Game:No Sports Makes for a Mental Mess
A 3,000-Year-Old Game: The History Of Lacrosse Lacrosse has its beginnings as far back as one thousand years BCE, emerging from a Native American game, and developing into the modern sport we all know. from Sarah Peterson The 3,000 Year History Behind The Sport Of Lacrosse Today, lacrosse is widely known across the USA and… Continue reading A 3,000-Year-Old Game: The History Of Lacrosse
from Emily White, who has seen college gymnastics, like most others will never see it, and Emily White shares her insight about her collegiate injuries and how those injuries made her a better person, a better teammate and a better gymnast…CLICK HERE to catch the outstanding photos and the overall text of this article as… Continue reading (UNCUT) Gymnast Emily White going from North Carolina to Iowa and back to North Carolina again:Falling Out Of Routine
from Jordan Stowe, with this Special to GreensboroSports.com….Jordan Stowe is a local researcher and reporter for GreensboroSports.com…. Noah Webster’s English Dictionary defines a legend as a person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal. Although many believe Don Shula was… Continue reading GreensboroSports Remembers Miami Dolphins Great:Coach Don Shula was “All-Class” and in a ‘Class of his Own’
Where are the boys of the Summer? Courtesy of Jordan Stowe, for GreensboroSports.com and taking us back to Days/Daze of Summer, and the sport of baseball in the Major and Minor Leagues.. “Take me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack, I don’t care if… Continue reading Where are the boys of the Summer?
Will WFU get deaCON’d again? Special to GreensboroSports.com, from Jordan Stowe, Wake Forest Basketball Researcher and Reporter….. With an $18,000,000 buyout, the question is not who will be next at the helm for Wake Forest University Basketball, but who can Wake Forest afford? I will answer that in three separate segments. I will also offer… Continue reading What’s the Answer for Wake Forest Men’s Basketball???:Will WFU get deaCON’d again?
Looking at the Danny Manning Numbers at Wake Forest:Is it time to Dial 911???(Jordan Stowe in the Know) Special to GreensboroSports.com, from Jordan Stowe, Wake Forest Basketball Researcher….. When you look at the current affairs that is plaguing Wake Forest University Basketball it is easy to see why they are struggling, and where the blame… Continue reading Looking at the Danny Manning numbers at Wake Forest:Is it time to Dial 911???
When Wake CANS THE MANN by Jordan Stowe With all the cancellations and the sports world upside down, it leaves me pondering what’s next for a Wake Forest Basketball program that desperately needs to right the ship before it gets lost forever. I have compiled a list of who I think would be top candidates… Continue reading When Wake CANS THE MANN
Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James – How Their Fantasy Seasons Compare Special to GreensboroSports.com from Luke Zhang Anyone who knows anything about basketball over the past 30 years knows two names: Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Both have become living legends of the game, and they are two of the top picks if you ask… Continue reading Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James – How Their Fantasy Seasons Compare
North Davidson finished 3rd in the Sheetz Invitational Christmas Tournament at Southwest Guilford High School. Today they won against Pinecrest High School. ND 66, Pinecrest 29 1qtr ND 18 P 10 2qtr ND 15 P 3 3qtr ND 19 P 6 4qtr ND 14 P 1 North Davidson Emily Hege 24 points, 10 rebounds, 10… Continue reading Game Report on North Davidson-Pinecrest Girls Basketball:Emily Hege with 24 pts., 10 rebounds and 10 assists for ND
HAECO Invitational Men’s Championship Courtesy of Don Tilley with GreensboroSports Radio and GreensboroSports.com Greensboro Day School earned their 17th HAECO Invitational Championship with a hard fought 62-57 victory over Smith High School. The Bengals jump out to a 28-21 halftime lead and then battled tooth and nail with Golden Eagles in the second half. Greensboro… Continue reading HAECO Invitational Men’s Championship:Brock Williams(Greensboro Day School) Most Valuable Player