The Polls Are Open: High School, College, Pro, Olympics

The high school conference tournaments got under way on Monday night and the Southern Guilford teams have both been eliminated. Word on the Northwest boys: Gone. Page won the rematch from last Friday and now the NWG boys season is over. The same can be said for the SG squads and the big question is,… Continue reading The Polls Are Open: High School, College, Pro, Olympics

Joey Cheek Brings Home The Gold

Greensboro’s Joey Cheek wins a GOLD Medal at the Torino Olympics 500m Mens Speed Skating. I saw it first on the NBC Nightly News, then on City CouncilpersonSandy Carmany’s Blog. Expect some big celebration in Greensboro according to Carmany.

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Remembering Tony McKee: High School Highlights and Lowlights

The death of Tony McKee, former Smith High School football coach has caused sadness throughout the local sports community. I will remember Coach McKee as a very thoughtful young man that did one heck of a job of rebuilding the Smith football program back in the late 90’s. I can remember back in ’98 when… Continue reading Remembering Tony McKee: High School Highlights and Lowlights

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Football For All

There’s been a lot of press for the Revolution, the men’s indoor football team coming to the Greensboro Coliseum. The Carolina Cardinals Football Team has been here since 2003. Haven’t heard of them, may be it’s because it’s a Women’s Football League. They play a shorter season – just 3 home games. But it is… Continue reading Football For All

High School Highlights and Lowlights: Page Two with DUKE-NORTH CAROLINA

We laid it out pretty thick on Monday of this week and since we hit nearly all the major topics during our first installment we will quickly head toward the weekly top ten polls. The boys and girls will be making just a few more appearances as the regular season comes to a close this… Continue reading High School Highlights and Lowlights: Page Two with DUKE-NORTH CAROLINA

ATTENTION ALL AFFILIATES

SPECIAL REMINDER: GATERS AAU BOYS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS This Saturday and Sunday Feb. 4th and 5th For 13U/7th Grade and 14U/8th Grade. Tryouts continue next week on Wednesday February 8th for both groups……………… Location:Gaters AAU Boys Basketball Practice Facility behind the Spears YMCA off Horsepen Creek Road. Go to WWW.GATERAAU.COM or call 856-0004 for more information.

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High School Highlights and Lowlights:Roundball Roundup and Ramblings

The Highlights this week belong to the Smith Golden Eagle boys, the Dudley boys and girls, the Greensboro Day School boys and the again we shine the light on the Grimsley girls. The Smith boys pulled out a tough one against Page 76-74 and it was Tavarus Alston’s late three point shot that proved to… Continue reading High School Highlights and Lowlights:Roundball Roundup and Ramblings

Youth can learn from losing

Youth sports have long played a vital role in the development of this country’s young people. The lessons in team work and fair play that are taught everyday on the playing courts and fields help to build a strong foundation in those who participate in youth sports. Greensboro is very lucky to have a solid… Continue reading Youth can learn from losing

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Looking For Writers

We have been very busy recently here at GreensboroSports.Com and we will soon be putting out the plea for supplementary writers for our website. We thank Don Moore, our web site host for the great job he has been doing in keeping the articles posted and we seem to be picking up a regular reader… Continue reading Looking For Writers

High School Highlights and Lowlights:Roundball Roundup Part Two

The Eastern Guilford girls and boys are ready to step into the spotlight after building perfect 5-0 conference marks on the 2-A level. The EG girls pounded Southern Guilford 73-47 and the Wildcat boys whipped Southern 72-59. The strong start is nothing new for the Wildcat women but the boys are taking it to a… Continue reading High School Highlights and Lowlights:Roundball Roundup Part Two

A Word about our Sponsors

As GreensboroSports.com continues to grow, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our advertising partners and tell you, the reader, a little about our sponsors. It is through the support of our advertisers that GreensboroSports.com can provide the sports fans of the Gate City with the best possible online experience. EnergyNC is a… Continue reading A Word about our Sponsors

The Olympic Sport of Fencing has arrived in the Triad!

The Mid-South Fencers’ Club teaches classes for beginners and offers private lessons and bouting for advanced fencers at the Lindley Rec Center in Greensboro, NC. Classes are scheduled for Monday and Friday nights, with workouts on select weekends. For more info about the sport, classtimes, and the coaching staff, check out: www.midsouthfencersclub.org Matt Cox

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