Opening Game of Women’s ACC: Final #9 Virginia 57 #8 Boston College 54 #9 Virginia vs. #1 North Carolina on Friday at 11am Greensboro Coliseum Game 2 #5 N.C. State 67 #12 Clemson 53 #5 N.C. State vs. #4 Florida State on Friday at 4pm Greensboro Coliseum Game 3 #7 Virginia Tech 73 #10 Wake… Continue reading ACC Women’s Tournament Update
The weather was perfect for a baseball game on Wednesday and we saw a solid early season matchup at Northeast Guilford HS in McLeansville when the Rams hosted Northwest Guilford. The Vikings connected for the long ball and NWG defeated NEG 7-4. The area’s top baseball scout and local Palomino baseball legandary coach Johnny Smith… Continue reading Nice Warm Weather Equals Baseball/AAU Basketball Tryouts Update
Our area lost another team Tuesady night as Eastern Guilford fell in the girls 2-A Regionals in Greenville. The Wildcats went down 71-57 and their season is over for 2005/2006. Tonight the Dudley girls face off against Western Harnett at 7pm in the Greenville Rose HS gym. Both young ladies’ squads have 25-2 records for… Continue reading Top Ten Polls and Hoops Talk
We will approach this installment of the Greensboro Sports wrapup with as much delicate entry as possible. We hope to have more local action by the end of the day but for our morning installment we will take a short look at what was happening on Monday evening as sports entertainment made another trip toward… Continue reading Tuesday Mornings with Marty
It’s hard to come back down after the State Championship game with Greensboro Day School taking the title Saturday afternoon 61-53 over Charlotte Christian. The Bengals beat the Knights and it was a very satisfying victory for all that were involved. I love being around the big games and they are even more fun when… Continue reading Heading Back Down to Earth
Big -time congrats to the Greensboro Day School on winning the State Independent Schools 3-A title on Saturday afternoon at the Bengals campus on Lawndale Drive. This was championship #7 for Coach Freddy Johnson and he told us on AM 950 Radio that this was probably the sweetest title of them all. Great effort by… Continue reading Greensboro Day School State Champions/Regional Brackets for Local Schools
The Greesnboro Day School Bengals and the Dudley Panthers were among the Big winners on Thursday in the area tournaments. The Bengal boys made quick work of Raleigh Ravenscroft yesterday morning and then waited to see who their opposition would be in Friday’s state semifianls. GDS dumped Ravenscroft 63-45 and will now face Durham Academy… Continue reading Day and Dudley Get It Done
The Wolfpack is falling way back overall behind the Heels and the Duke Blue Devils and where were the Wolfpack team leaders when the much younger Heels were whipping the Wofpack 95-71 Wednesday night in Raleigh? What do you think, let us know in the Comment Box. This would be a head to head evaluation… Continue reading DOES NORTH CAROLINA HAVE N.C. STATE’S NUMBER?
It was very close to state championship conditions at Grimsley on Wednesday night as High Point Central upset #1 seed Grimsley in girls 4-A basketball action. It may have only been round number two but the way the crowd was into this game you would think that the Black Bison were playing Grimsley for the… Continue reading State Tournament Atmosphere at Bob Sawyer Gym
The boys took to the floor in the opening round sectional playoff games on Tuesday night and from what I’m seeing we came out looking pretty good headed for round number two. The only team to really take it on the chin was the Page Pirates and they were down by as many as 18… Continue reading Boys Teams Show Well in Opening Round of Playoffs
The girls got the high school basketball rolling on Monday night with most if not all of our area teams winning. AD John Primm is proud of his Northeast Guilford Rams and they continued to make believers out of even the back seat fans after Monday’s 66-53 victory over Southern Alamance. Next up Western Harnett… Continue reading TOP TEN POLLS
There has been so much going on here at Greensboro Sports in recent days that the minds of our best journalists have become boggled. We have come up with our first set of photos that we captured at the Triad 3-A basketball tournament last Friday night. We also have up our very first audio file… Continue reading Taking Care Of Business and High School Highlights/Lowlights
Greensboro Sports Radio – we’re going to try this out to see how well it works. We have the Northeast Guilford – Dudley Triad 3A Boys Final Game, downloadable mp3 files as 4 Quarters. First Quarter – 15mb Second Quarter – 32mb Third Quarter – 16mb Fourth Quarter – 25mb A Fast Connection is recommended.
First Team All-ACC: Who do you put on the First Team, the Top Five spots? Let’s take a look at the Men’s potential First Team choices because these young men will be walking the streets of Greensboro in just a few days. FIRST TEAM ALL-ACC J.J. Redick (Duke) “Your Player of the Year” Shelden Williams… Continue reading Men’s First Team All-ACC Basketball From a Greensboro Perspective
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
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.
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
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
The ACC Tournament is coming to town and there is no way we can stop this crowd that will soon be taking over the Gate City. Why would we want to halt the group that will put us on the national map for the umpteenth time? If you can’t beat ’em, then join ’em, even… Continue reading They’re Coming to Greensboro: Duke-North Carolina Recap