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Jim Fuller

Position: Content producer/sports reporter
E-Mail Address: jfuller@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 336-835-1513

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Shannon Holden had 16 points and Kala Doub added 11 as visiting Forbush defeated Elkin, 62-51, in a nonconference game Wednesday night.
Hunter Chapman had 18 and Logan Lineberry had 15 as the Falcons pulled away from Elkin late for a 79-56 win in the nightcap.
In the women's game, the two teams traded the lead seven times before Forbush settled i

Elkin men, women fall to Forbush

Shannon Holden had 16 points and Kala Doub added 11 as visiting Forbush defeated Elkin, 62-51, in a nonconference game Wednesday night. Hunter Chapman had 18 and Logan Lineberry had 15 as the Falcons pulled away from Elkin late for a 79-56 win in the nightcap. In the women's game, the two teams traded the lead seven times before Forbush settled i

Starmount grad earns All-America mention

OKLAHOMA CITY — The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) has tabbed Furman sophomore Ashton Gregory as an All-American Honorable Mention award recipient, the organization announced Wednesday. The nod makes Gregory the first player in Furman volleyball history to be named an AVCA All-American. Former Paladin Kristin Kiessling was na

Starmount grad earns All-America mention

OKLAHOMA CITY — The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) has tabbed Furman sophomore Ashton Gregory as an All-American Honorable Mention award recipient, the organization announced Wednesday. The nod makes Gregory the first player in Furman volleyball history to be named an AVCA All-American. Former Paladin Kristin Kiessling was na

BOONVILLE — Starmount jumped out to an early 12-0 lead and maintained control throughout as it defeated Elkin, 71-38, in a Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game Tuesday night.
It was the first game of the season for the Rams.
Elkin won the women's matchup, taking a 68-18 MVAC win over Starmount.
James Ashley led Starmount with 22 points

Elkin, Starmount split in Boonville

BOONVILLE — Starmount jumped out to an early 12-0 lead and maintained control throughout as it defeated Elkin, 71-38, in a Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game Tuesday night. It was the first game of the season for the Rams. Elkin won the women's matchup, taking a 68-18 MVAC win over Starmount. James Ashley led Starmount with 22 points

RONDA — For the second straight year, East Wilkes High School has collected more than 1,800 cans of food for the Friends Feeding Friends Food Drive, sponsored by Lowes Grocery Stores and Save-A-Lot.
Along with $325 that also was collected, the total weight of the food provided to those in need in the area is about 2,100 pounds.
Student coun

East Wilkes food drive a huge success

RONDA — For the second straight year, East Wilkes High School has collected more than 1,800 cans of food for the Friends Feeding Friends Food Drive, sponsored by Lowes Grocery Stores and Save-A-Lot. Along with $325 that also was collected, the total weight of the food provided to those in need in the area is about 2,100 pounds. Student coun

Falcons trip Cards, fall to 'Hawks

EAST BEND — Forbush led by as much as 34 points, before settling for an 88-61 win over East Wilkes Dec. 10. Cameron Engebretson lead a balanced Falcon attack with 17 points, while Hunter Chapman added 14 and Carson Fulp and Bryce Hennings each added 13. Will Jolly, with 17 points, and Camon Bryan, with 14, led the Cardinals in scoring. Joah

Three runners qualify for state indoor meet

DOBSON —Three Elkin runners qualified for the 1A/2A state indoor track and field meet on “a cold, blustery day” at the Surry Central Polar Bear meet Dec. 9. Kelsey Nicholson, with a win in the 500 meters; Shakai Ward, with a win in the 300; and Jacob Parker, with a win in the 3,200, all earned berths in the state meet. A fourth,

BOONVILLE — The Big A Wrestling Tournament — held Saturday at Starmount High School in the honor and memory of Starmount graduate Austin Macemore — was about something bigger than wrestling, championships and winning matches.
Austin, who died at the age of 19 in January of 2013, touched many lives — not just in Yadkin Count

'Big A' remembered at Starmount Saturday

BOONVILLE — The Big A Wrestling Tournament — held Saturday at Starmount High School in the honor and memory of Starmount graduate Austin Macemore — was about something bigger than wrestling, championships and winning matches. Austin, who died at the age of 19 in January of 2013, touched many lives — not just in Yadkin Count

Mountain Valley Athletic Conference co-champions Starmount and Elkin dominated the MVAC all-conference football team.
The Rams and the Buckin's Elks each took up 10 of the 46 spots in the eight-team league. East Wilkes took three spots — two on defense and one on offense.
Starmount defensive lineman Josh Houser was named Defensive Player of

All-MVAC football team named

Mountain Valley Athletic Conference co-champions Starmount and Elkin dominated the MVAC all-conference football team. The Rams and the Buckin's Elks each took up 10 of the 46 spots in the eight-team league. East Wilkes took three spots — two on defense and one on offense. Starmount defensive lineman Josh Houser was named Defensive Player of

BOONVILLE — The Big A Wrestling Tournament — held Saturday at Starmount High School in the honor and memory of Starmount graduate Austin Macemore — was about something bigger than wrestling, championships and winning matches.
Austin, who died at the age of 19 in January of 2013, touched many lives — not just in Yadkin Count

'Big A' remembered at Starmount Saturday

BOONVILLE — The Big A Wrestling Tournament — held Saturday at Starmount High School in the honor and memory of Starmount graduate Austin Macemore — was about something bigger than wrestling, championships and winning matches. Austin, who died at the age of 19 in January of 2013, touched many lives — not just in Yadkin Count

Mountain Valley Athletic Conference co-champions Starmount and Elkin dominated the MVAC all-conference football team.
The Rams and the Buckin's Elks each took up 10 of the 46 spots in the eight-team league. East Wilkes took three spots — two on defense and one on offense.
Starmount defensive lineman Josh Houser was named Defensive Player of

All-MVAC football team named

Mountain Valley Athletic Conference co-champions Starmount and Elkin dominated the MVAC all-conference football team. The Rams and the Buckin's Elks each took up 10 of the 46 spots in the eight-team league. East Wilkes took three spots — two on defense and one on offense. Starmount defensive lineman Josh Houser was named Defensive Player of

EAST BEND — North Surry had five individual champs and Surry Central three in Starmount's weekend wrestling tournament.
The Rams hosted a nine-school event titled the Big A Memorial after former wrestler Austin Macemore, who died of cancer less than a year after graduating.
West Wilkes and Chatham Central finished atop the team scoring in t

Hounds, Eagles collect 8 titles

EAST BEND — North Surry had five individual champs and Surry Central three in Starmount's weekend wrestling tournament. The Rams hosted a nine-school event titled the Big A Memorial after former wrestler Austin Macemore, who died of cancer less than a year after graduating. West Wilkes and Chatham Central finished atop the team scoring in t

Recent results and upcoming schedule

*Dates, times, and locations subject to change Monday, December 15 No events scheduled Tuesday, December 16 Men's basketball Elkin at Starmount, 8 Swimming Forbush, Surry Central, North Surry at Armfield Civic Center, 6:30 Women's basketball Elkin at Starmount, 6:30 Wrestling Elkin, Mount Airy at Surry Central Forbush at West Iredell, 6

Recent results and upcoming schedule

*Dates, times, and locations subject to change Tuesday, December 9 Men's basketball Carver 63, Elkin 42 Women's basketball Elkin 69, Carver 45 Wednesday, December 10 Men's basketball Forbush 88, East Wilkes 61 Mount Airy at Starmount, cancelled Women's basketball East Wilkes at Forbush 69, East Wilkes 62 Mount Airy 76, Starmount 15 Thu

Starmount fell to Wallace-Rose Hill, 34-21, in the 1AA state championship game in Raleigh Friday night.

Dream season ends with loss

Starmount fell to Wallace-Rose Hill, 34-21, in the 1AA state championship game in Raleigh Friday night.

Starmount fell to Wallace-Rose Hill, 34-21, in the 1AA state championship game in Raleigh Friday night.

Dream season ends with loss

Starmount fell to Wallace-Rose Hill, 34-21, in the 1AA state championship game in Raleigh Friday night.

Starmount hoists the West Regional trophy last week as the team earned a trip to the championship game. Unfortunately, Wallace Rose Hill, the school that beat East Surry in the soccer title match, beat the Rams 34-21 Friday night. For more game coverage, see the Sunday edition of The News.

Starmount hoists the West Regional trophy last week as the team earned a trip to the championship game. Unfortunately, Wallace Rose Hill, the school that beat East Surry in the soccer title match, beat the Rams 34-21 Friday night. For more game coverage, see the Sunday edition of The News.

Recent results and upcoming schedule

*Dates, times, and locations subject to change Thursday, December 11 Men's basketball Elkin 61, North Stokes 48 Women's basketball Elkin 57, North Stokes 26 Friday, December 12 Football 1AA state championship: Wallace-Rose Hill 34, Starmount 21 Men's basketball West Stokes 70, Elkin 21 South Stokes 63, East Wilkes 61 Women's basketball

KING — Elkin improved to 5-1 with their fifth straight win - a non-conference win over the Wildcats Friday night.
Miracle Walters, with 12 coming in the third quarter, led the Elks with 14 points. The 12 including six that came on two 3s.
Already leading 31-13 at the half, the elks put the game away with a 26-9 advantage in the third quarte

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KING — Elkin improved to 5-1 with their fifth straight win - a non-conference win over the Wildcats Friday night. Miracle Walters, with 12 coming in the third quarter, led the Elks with 14 points. The 12 including six that came on two 3s. Already leading 31-13 at the half, the elks put the game away with a 26-9 advantage in the third quarte

DOBSON — On the diamond, members of the Surry Community College Baseball Team unite in a common goal – doing everything in their power to help the Knights win. But on Dec. 6 the SCC Knights came together with an even bigger goal in mind – helping their fellow man.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Surry Community College baseba

SCC players assist with food drive

DOBSON — On the diamond, members of the Surry Community College Baseball Team unite in a common goal – doing everything in their power to help the Knights win. But on Dec. 6 the SCC Knights came together with an even bigger goal in mind – helping their fellow man. For the ninth consecutive year, the Surry Community College baseba





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