Life certainly is different in Elkin football circles these days as the program adjusts to the absence of a coach who led the Elks since the late 1980s. But there is a lot familiar as well.
Recent Guilford College graduate Tyler Sanborn (Elkin High ’06) has been invited to play on the Los Angeles Lakersâ€™ NBA Summer League team July 9-16 in Las Vegas.
The Elkin Wet Lightning swim team won its fourth meet of the season Tuesday, using overwhelming depth in numerous age groups to defeat the visiting Dobson Dolphins 447-196.
Three East Surry softball players and seven from Yadkin Countyâ€™s two high schools made the N.C. Softball Coaches Association all-state team, released last week.
The NBA Draft came and went Thursday night, and former Elkin High and Guilford College star Tyler Sanborn did not hear his name called.
There are a lot of new things about the Elkin Wet Lightning summer swim team this season. The uniforms are new. There are a couple dozen new faces standing behind the blocks. Thereâ€™s a new, enthusiastic head coach — Emily Morrison — cheering and instructing with every event. But, as the season kicks off, there [...]
The Jonesville Blue Jays enjoyed a near-perfect season in the Yadkin County Baseball 12U Major Division this past spring.
We’re still about two months away from the kickoff of 2010 high school football season, but one media outlet has already released its preseason polls for each classification.
A former Elkin High basketball star worked out with the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday, aiming to hear his name called later this month at the annual NBA Draft.
The Rebels finished second in the 2010 Foothills Fast Pitch end-of-season tournament. The team had to battle out of the loserâ€™s bracket to reach the championship game, playing four games in one day. Team members pictured, are from front row, left to right: Mackenzie Ashley, Aspen Shaw, Shalley Tilley, Mackenzie Tilley, Makara Woodbury and Natalie [...]
For nearly two decades, the N.C. Prep Football News Yearbook has helped kick off the high school gridiron season. I remember reading copies at my first job as sports editor of The Wake Weekly back in the mid-1990s.
Coming this summer/fall – The first full glossy magazine dedicated to high school football around the Yadkin Valley. We plan to publish two issues in 2010 – a preseason preview yearbook and a post-season wrap-up.
Starmount’s softball team didn’t win a game at Raleigh’s Walnut Creek complex over the weekend. But the Rams did collect some hardware before coming home.
The top two scorers on Forbush High’s state runner-up girls soccer team earned all-state status for Class 2A. Junior Jessica Baity and senior Leticia Patino were voted to the 2A team released by the N.C. Soccer Coaches Association last week.