Grimsley Women’s Basketball Signings

Jasmine Alston (UNC Wilmington), Krystin Fields (Towson), Nicole Hargraves (Charlotte) and Trumae Lucas (Florida) all seniors this year from Greensboro Grimsley High School. They held a Signing Ceremony today. Phil Weaver, the Grimsley Women’s Basketball Coach handles the introductions. Watch Out Sports World – Andy Durham is now equipped with Video – Your World is… Continue reading Grimsley Women’s Basketball Signings

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County-wide HS football poll

The season is about over and we only have five schools remaining in the playoffs so who is going to be the last team left from Guilford County? Here’s this week’s poll and how the remaining teams stack up and like we said earlier, it is a short stack and getting smaller: #1)Grimsley(11-1)-Just got past… Continue reading County-wide HS football poll

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Pizza Hut Little 4 Kick-Off Interview

Andy interviews Kevin McCoy, Tournament Chairman for the upcoming Pizza Hut Little 4 Tournament this Christmas break. [audio:2007-11-13-McCoy.mp3] The Interview runs about 9 minutes.

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Langston Wertz hits where it hurts

Transfer problems in Guilford mirror Meck? from the Langston Wertz Jr. blog at www.charlotte.com Mecklenburg County has, a bit unfairly, been labeled the transfer capital of the N.C. high school universe. I have always maintained that the issues here only mirror those elsewhere. A very interesting article ran in the Sunday Greensboro News & Record(by… Continue reading Langston Wertz hits where it hurts

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More on News and Record transfers

We have mentioned many of the transfers that showed up in Robert Bell’s Sunday N&R front page feature. The Zach Maynard and Keenan Allen brotherhood was first talked about here at GREENSBOROSports.com. We also talked in detail earlier in the season about James Scales III and Stefan Shepherd. Maynard/Allen going to Grimsley from Eastern Guilford,… Continue reading More on News and Record transfers

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It’s getting a little tougher tonight:HS football Friday Nov. 9

The high school football playoffs get started this evening and we have 11 Guilford County teams still in action. Here is the schedule and who we think might move on to week number two: Huntersville Hopewell at Grimsley-both teams are (10-1) but the Whirlies have faced much tougher competition, even though the Metro is not… Continue reading It’s getting a little tougher tonight:HS football Friday Nov. 9

County-wide HS football poll

We have teams that are now eliminated from further competition and that leaves us with only eleven open spots in this week’s poll. #1)Grimsley(10-1) The Whirlies defeated Smith 49-0 last week and now host Huntersville Hopewell in round one of the playoffs that get under way tomorrow night. Jamaral Rease has not been practicing with… Continue reading County-wide HS football poll

Coach Tom Knotts won’t face charges

He won’t face charges but will he coach his Charlotte Independence football team against the Page Pirates in Greensboro on Friday night? Here’s the most recent news from Langston Wertz Jr. of the Charlotte Observer and www.charlotte.com: Independence High football coach Tom Knotts won’t face charges, but he doesn’t know if he’ll be allowed to… Continue reading Coach Tom Knotts won’t face charges

Rick Strunk of the NCHSAA speaks out about coach Tom Knotts of Independence

from www.charlotte.com we hear: The father of a junior varsity football player was yelling and spewing curse words at Independence coach Tom Knotts before the coach confronted him, according to parents who were there. Knotts, who has been suspended and was not allowed to attend Friday’s conference championship game, was talking to his huddled team… Continue reading Rick Strunk of the NCHSAA speaks out about coach Tom Knotts of Independence

Anne Popek, Ragsdale’s cross country coach, 2nd in Raleigh marathon

In Sunday’s Sony Ericsson, City of Oaks Marathon, Anne Popek of Greensboro did very good. She finished second, just behind her sister. Gloria Kuiken-Iverson, 39, of Lincolnwood, Ill. edged out her twin sister Anne Kuiken-Popek of Greensboro to win the women’s division with an unofficial time of 2:59:57.70. Four of the eight top female finishers… Continue reading Anne Popek, Ragsdale’s cross country coach, 2nd in Raleigh marathon