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Keith Love who was the starting quarterback at Smith High School this season is now in the starting lineup for the Southern Guilford basketball team. Love had eight points for the Storm in a loss last night to Western Guilford. Love transferred to Smith from Eastern Guilford where he would have been the starting QB… Continue reading You gotta LOVE this…..

Grimsley takes two from SEG

High school basketball on a Monday night at the Bob Sawyer Gymnasium. Monday seems to be a strange day for hoops but with Grimsley AD Lewis Newman anything is going to be possible and since Wayne Butler the Grimsley girls assistant coach had told me earlier that the Grimsley-Southeast Guilford game was a must-see, I… Continue reading Grimsley takes two from SEG

West Charlotte AD now under eligibility probe

from the Charlotte Observer and charlotte.com: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools launched an “immediate investigation” shortly before West Charlotte’s playoff game Friday night that involves the school’s athletics director. The focus: whether he had any connection to the use of a false address by a player who had been removed from the team earlier in the day. The… Continue reading West Charlotte AD now under eligibility probe

Nathan White says Dudley is the team to beat:Panthers take out Oxford Webb 14-6

The Dudley Panthers went on the road again last night and defeated the Oxford Webb Warriors 14-6 at Oxford in round four of the State 3-AA football playoffs. I told someone as I was walking in at Oxford that I felt like I had finally been accepted at Oxford and I had been trying to… Continue reading Nathan White says Dudley is the team to beat:Panthers take out Oxford Webb 14-6

Dudley Panthers on the road to face the Oxford Webb Warriors

The Dudley Panthers(11-3) will on the road again tonight as we hit round four of the NCHSAA State 3-AA football playoffs. The Panthers will face #1 East seed Oxford Webb(11-3) while Dudley comes in as the #7 seed in the East. Dudley will showcase it’s Panther Pride defense and QB Ricky Lewis, RB Joseph Jackson,… Continue reading Dudley Panthers on the road to face the Oxford Webb Warriors

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Eastern Guilford at UNCG

High school basketballs were bouncing again last night at UNCG where the Eastern Guilford Wildcats took on Burlington Williams. EG pulled off the sweep taking the girls game by 20, 62-42, and then the boys game was much tighter with EG prevailing 63-52 over BW and believe me the game was much closer than the… Continue reading Eastern Guilford at UNCG

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Metro 4-A football honors plus Norwood, Heavner, and Venable

I got the call today from one of the coaches over in High Point and he passed along names of those who have been honored for their accomplishments during the 2007 high school football season. Metro 4-A Coach of the Year:Kevin Gillespie-Page Metro 4-A Offensive Player of the Year:Will Newman-Page Metro 4-A Defensive Player of… Continue reading Metro 4-A football honors plus Norwood, Heavner, and Venable

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Don Tatum dead:RIP

Don Tatum grew up in the Collins Grove community out off Fleming Road not too far from the PTI airport. He passed away last Wednesday at the age of 50 according to the N&R. His memorial service was scheduled for today at the Collins Grove United Methodist Church. Don Tatum played football and was a… Continue reading Don Tatum dead:RIP

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John Robinson gets it right

John Robinson editor of the News and Record came out in Sunday’s N&R on page B3 and really put a nice touch on a mistake that showed up in last week’s paper. The name of the Grimsley Whirlies starting goalie for the soccer team was left out of the boxscore from the game where the… Continue reading John Robinson gets it right

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Dudley wins on the road, advances to round four of the playoffs

The Dudley Panthers proved their prowess on the road once again on Friday evening when they traveled to Nash Central down near Rocky Mount and came back to Lincoln Street in Greensboro with another key playoff victory. This is the Saturday morning rewind, the high school football playoff edition. Dudley fell behind early in the… Continue reading Dudley wins on the road, advances to round four of the playoffs

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Reader review on GDS-Smith hoops

One of our readers sent this re-cap in on last night’s Greensboro Day School-Smith boys basketball game. Got a preview last night of a tough GDS team against Smith. Final scored read 79-48 and could’ve been much worse if GDS hadn’t gone to their third string for the majority of the second half. As always,… Continue reading Reader review on GDS-Smith hoops

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Ric Flair and Chuck Norris jump on board Mike Huckabee bandwagon

Professional wrestler Ric Flair has joined actor and martial artist Chuck Norris in support of Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee of Arkansas. According to CNN, Flair will host a Huckabee for President tailgating party at the South Carolina-Clemson football game this Saturday.

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Mr. Bell responds to Mr. Shepherd’s comments on News and Record article on Student Transfers

Robert Bell of the Greensboro News and Record responds to Mr. J Bruce Shepherd’s comments on athletes transferring from one school to another within the Guilford County School System for various reasons. Mr. Bell’s comments are in bold print: Mr. Shepherd, brings up some interesting points in his letter. I’ll leave it to him to… Continue reading Mr. Bell responds to Mr. Shepherd’s comments on News and Record article on Student Transfers

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Parents react to Issues concerning Transfers

several parents have spoken out about the News and Record’s recent articles on the local high school transfers and about comments and discussions that have taken place here at GREENSBOROSports.com. Here’s one example from Mr. JB Shepherd: Robert Bell’s article “Era of Free Agents” is disturbing on many levels. I have addressed my concerns to… Continue reading Parents react to Issues concerning Transfers

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