BOONVILLE — A two-run single by Sawyer Davis finished off an 11-hit performance by Starmount as the Rams defeated Alleghany, 11-1, in five innings Tuesday night.
EAST BEND — Buoyed by top conference finishes by both their men's and women's swimming teams, Forbush is the frontrunner in the Western Piedmont Athletic Conference Wells Fargo Cup standings after the winter season.
WILKESBORO — After blowing a chance to score runs and committing three first-inning errors, Forbush found itself down 5-0 early.
RONDA — Grace Johnson singled in the game's only run and Brandi Parks and the East Wilkes defense made it stand up as the Cardinals nipped 2A power Forbush, 1-0, Thursday night.
Cody Whitaker, Henry Stone and Sawyer Davis helped take Starmount to an early 3-0 lead and Dalton Oliver kept it going on the mound as the Rams defeated Elkin, 5-2, in a Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game Monday.
EAST BEND — Coach Seth Davis and senior defender Robert Cornelius will represent Forbush High School at the East-West All-Star soccer game at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, July 21.
EAST BEND — Nolan Flachofsky pitched six innings of shutout ball as Reagan defeated Forbush, 1-0, in a nonconference game Saturday afternoon.
EAST BEND — Allison Mitchell had a a solo home run and a three-run double as Forbush rolled to an 11-1 win over Forsyth Country Day in five innings March 18.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, March 17BaseballElkin 5, Alleghany 2Ashe County 6, Starmount 2
EAST BEND — East Wilkes High School claimed the team championship at the Yadkin Valley Invitational weightlifting competition at Forbush High School Saturday.
EAST BEND — Forbush senior Mallory Choplin will play softball at Appalachian State University.The speedy centerfielder made the decision last fall and will enroll for the 2015 fall semester.
EAST BEND — Charly McCormick scored one early and Madison York scored one late as Forbush turned away Ashe County, 2-0, in a physical, nonconference soccer game Wednesday night.
March 20, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Boonville High School basketball 1-A state championship.It is the only state basketball championship won by a high school in Yadkin County.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeThursday, March 12BaseballEast Wilkes 14, North Stokes 10East Surry 11, Starmount 5
BOONVILLE — Forbush built a 5-0 lead in the game's first 20 minutes as they coasted past Starmount in a nonconference game March 12.
EAST BEND — It was weather barely befitting opening night softball, but it was good enough.Forbush jumped out to a 4-0 first-inning lea and never looked back as they defeated Glenn, 9-1, to open the 2015 season.
WALNUT COVE — Both Starmount teams placed third at a season-opening meet at South Stokes Thursday.The Mount Airy women won and the South Stokes men won in the four-team meet.
GREENSBORO — –Sophomore Heaven Walters recently completed her second season as a member of Guilford College's women's basketball team.Walters, from Elkin, graduated from Starmount High School.
EAST BEND — Carson Fulp threw four strong innings and Tyler Campbell had three hits as Forbush defeated Elklin, 11-1, in a nonconference baseball game Monday night.
BOONVILLE — Starmount linebacker and fullback, secondbaseman, and senior Sawyer Davis is looking to finish his senior year the way it began — playing for a successful team.
BOONVILLE — Daivien Williamson had 18 points and Zaire Williams added 14 as Winston-Salem Prep defeated Starmount, 59-49, in a third-round 1A West matchup Tuesday night.
Jonesville Youth Basketball/Otis Chipman League tournament champions for fifth-grade girls for the third year in a row undefeated are, from left, Emily Gauger, Chloe Shore, Alexis Ball, Amelia Vanhoy, Caroline Wood, Layken Mathis, Fantasia Hagler;...
YADNKINVILLE — He's a welder. He's a fabricator. He'll build a chassis. He'll modify a bumper.And he's a prankster.
CARY — Raleigh Charter won its fifth consecutive team championship in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1A/2A women's swimming and diving championships at the Triangle Aquatic Center Feb. 14.
Several local players earned Mountain Valley Athletic Conference honors this season.Starmount senior James Ashley and head coach Rocky Horton picked up Player of the Year and Coach of the Year honors.