Three rounds of the state basketball playoffs were supposed to be played this week.Several inches of snow have fallen across the state. Ice has complicated poor road conditions in many areas.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, February 24Men's basketball
GREENSBORO — It took eight-and-a-half minutes, an unlikely scenario, and an improbable finish, but Starmount's Garrett Stokes claimed the 1A 195-pound state championship with an ultimate tiebreaker win over Avery County's Ryan...
GREENSBORO — With his win in the 1A 195-pound state championship match Saturday night in the Greensboro Coliseum, Starmount's Garrett Stokes finished his senior season with 28 wins and one loss.
CHAPEL HILL—The schedule has been announced for next week's North Carolina High School Athletic Association regional basketball tournaments, set to be played in Fayetteville and Winston-Salem.
GREENSBORO — Isaac McMillan fell, 19-4, in the 2A 152-pound finals Saturday night at the Greensboro Coliseum.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, February 10Men's basketballEast Wilkes 59, Elkin 48
MONROE — Isaac McMillan and Caleb Price will represent Forbush at the 2A state championships after earning berths at the 2A Midwest regionals at Parkwood High School this past weekend.
WALKERTOWN — Two Starmount wrestlers earned berths in the 1A state championships with their performance in the West regional at Walkertown High School Friday and Saturday.
The Forbush fifth-grade boys basketball team finished the season with a 17-0 record. Team members are, front row, from left, Chase Smitherman, Jacob Williams, Brenden Denny, Tyler Merritt, Devin Dolph; second row, Clegg Johnson, Derek Matthews, Cannon...
BOONVILLE — Skylar Martin had a career-best 15 points in a losing cause as Starmount lost to Alleghany, 52-36, Friday night.
MOUNT AIRY — The last time North Surry and Forbush played, the Greyhounds nearly blew a huge lead and had to survive a late run by the Falcons to come away with a victory.
MOUNT AIRY — North Surry didn't give up on its offensive game plan against a Forbush zone that made it tough for the Lady Greyhounds to go their strength inside.
BOONVILLE — Starmount couldn't put Alleghany away until the very end, securing a 51-44 victory over the Trojans to claim the outright Mountain Valley Athletic Conference title Friday night.
WINSTON-SALEM — Three Forbush athletes ran well at the NCHSAA 1A/2A track and field championships Friday at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem.
The Wilkes Diamonds travel girls' basketball program will be holding tryouts on Sunday (Feb. 15) at East Wilkes High School from 2 to 4.Tryouts are for girls in grades six through 10.
BOONVILLE — Trey Bryant scored 20 points as Starmount dropped Wilkes Central, 47-26, in a Mountain Valley Conference game Friday night.
EAST BEND — The Forbush High School cheerleading squad took second place at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship at the ESPN Center in Orlando, Florida, this past weekend.
EAST BEND — Forbush senior Robert Cornelius, a first-team, all-state defender, will play at Guilford College in Greensboro this fall.
Forbush and Starmount will each head to Friday's 1A/2A state championship indoor track and field meet at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem with three athletes.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, February 3Men's basketballCarver 73, Forbush 48Elkin 59, North Wilkes 43
Starmount track and field coach Emily Curtis, left, poses with former Rams and current Appalachian State athletes Samantha Welborn, middle, and Hunter Welborn during a ceremony at the half of the West Wilkes-Starmount men's basketball game. The...
EAST BEND — Calyn Davis followed up Tuesday night's 27-point performance with an 18-point, seven-assist night as Forbush defeated West Stokes, 59-43, in a Western Piedmont Athletic Conference game Friday night.
MOUNT AIRY — Caleb Price had Isaac McMillan both brought home wrestling titles at the Western Piedmont Athletic Conference championship meet at North Surry High School Saturday.
PILOT MOUNTAIN — The Forbush women's and men's swim teams dominated the Western Piedmont Athletic Conference swim meet Jan. 26 — combining to win 17 of the 22 events.