Lusk Media, the parent company of YadkinValleySports.com, published three glossy magazines during the 2010-11 school year. You can now read one of those magazines — Foothills Football 2010 Season Wrap-up — online from cover to cover. Just click inside for the link.
Here are updated Mountain Valley 1A/2A and Northwest 1A/2A conference baseball and softball standings after Thursday games.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association released updated Wachovia Conference Cup standings this week, following the winter sports season. Forbush leads the Mountain Valley 1A/2A standings, while Bishop McGuinness moves in front in the Northwest 1A/2A.
Click inside for updated Mountain Valley 1A/2A and Northwest 1A/2A conference softball standings.
Both the Mountain Valley 1A/2A and Northwest 1A/2A conferences are into the heart of their league baseball schedules. Click inside for updated conference standings for baseball as of March 21, plus the schedule for this week.
The West Stokes boys and North Surry girls will take the top seeds into this week’s Northwest 1A/2A Conference basketball tournament. Click inside for match-ups.
West Stokes rallied from an early 10-point deficit to beat Winston-Salem Prep 55-48 on Friday night. The road victory clinched the Northwest 1A/2A Conference boys basketball regular season championship for the Wildcats.
We’ve reached the mid-point of the high school football season. Six weeks in the books, six more weeks to be played. With regards to our weekly Elite Eight power rankings, no one is where they started at the beginning of the season. Go figure.
Starmount used a balanced offensive effort and held East Surry’s offense in check to cruise to a 42-8 win Friday night and improve to 2-0.
YadkinValleySports.com introduces a new weekly feature for football season: Monday Morning Quarterback, a designed-for-digital publication.
East Surry won the opening coin toss of its 2010 varsity football season Friday night … and then proceeded to trounce St. Stephens of Hickory, 33-7.
Starmount scores 50 points – including 29 in the first half – to end Mount Airy’s lengthy regular-season win streak in the season opener for both schools Friday night.
The Buckin’ Elks topped Surry Central 23-13 on Friday night in a game that featured numerous fumbles and penalties.
Forbush’s defense held its own in the head coaching debut of Chris Johnson, but North Surry had too weapons in the end. The Greyhounds won 38-12 in Toast.
Foothills Football magazine is back from the printers and now in distribution around the Yadkin Valley.