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Green Hope has new logos for 2014-2015 season

Jul 14, 2014

Green Hope High School logo

Green Hope High School unveiled new logos on Monday. Slideshow     Green Hope High School logo New Green Hope logos

The Falcons' new logos include a new look for the block "GH," and a new Falcon head with the word "Falcons" underneath it.


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$60M Texas high school stadium has major flaws

Jun 22, 2014

A North Texas school district said Thursday that its $60 million high school football stadium has design flaws throughout the facility, with problems in the concourse, press box and scoreboard.

Eagle Stadium, the palatial facility that opened two years ago, had to be closed earlier this year after officials discovered that extensive cracking in the concourse's concrete was a sign of structural problems.

The school district released a summary of a forensics firm's report Thursday. The firm found problems with the concourse, the structure and support columns of the press box, and the south scoreboard, which features a high-definition video board — one of the major amenities of the stadium.

Officials hope to have Eagle Stadium re-opened for Allen High School's graduation in spring 2015. Its state champion football team has already moved its home games for 2014 to neighboring Plano.

The firm, Nelson Forensics, estimates in a summary of its findings that the stadium

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HighSchoolOT releases 7-on-7 scheduling tool

Jun 8, 2014

Spring sports are over and that means we are getting ready for high school football.

7-on-7 events get going this week in North Carolina, and we have developed a scheduling tool that allows you to find events. You will be able to find the tool all summer long in our "Don't Miss It" section.

If you know of an event that isn't listed in our schedule, please send an email to

See you on the fields!


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Devonte Graham tells his story

Jun 2, 2014

Devonte Graham

There have been many columns, stories and blogposts written about Broughton High School graduate Devonte Graham over the last year, but now Graham is speaking out for himself.

Graham verbally committed to Appalachian State in September 2012, a few months before the start of Graham's senior basketball season with the Capitals. He signed with the Mountaineers during the early signing period in November.

The National Letter of Intent should have ended Graham's recruitment, but as his high school career ended with an incredible senior season, climaxing with a trip to the 4-A state championship, Graham decided Appalachian State might not be for him. He asked for a release from his letter of intent.

Appalachian State wasn't excited about Graham's request.

"[Appalachian State's reaction] wasn't a good one. It was like 'Why?' and things like that. Then we ended up not talking for a while," Graham told's Nick Stevens in a one-on-one interview.


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Panther Creek soccer fans show up in big numbers

May 31, 2014

Each football season hosts the Student Section Showdown. We don't have a student section contest for girls soccer season, but based on this picture, it's hard to imagine anyone topping Panther Creek.

The Catamounts are playing Hough in the 4-A state championship game on Saturday night, and the Catamount Chaos posted this panoramic picture on Twitter.


And for what it's worth, the Catamount

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East-West All-Star Football Game (July 23, 2014)
The East and West football teams finished in a 10-10 tie in the NCCA East-West All-Star Game on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
East-West All-Star Boys Soccer Game (July 22, 2014)
Some of the best soccer talent in the state was on display when the East took down the West on Tuesday night.
East-West All-Star Girls Soccer Game (July 22, 2014)
The West All-Star girls defeated the East 4-1 in the East-West All-Star soccer game Tuesday night in Greensboro.
East-West All-Star Boys Basketball Game (July 21, 2014)
Top boys basketball players from the East and West met in the annual East-West All-Star Game on Monday in Greensboro.
East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game (July 21, 2014)
Some of the top players from the East met with their counterparts from the West in the NCCA East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game on Monday, July 21, 2014.
7-on-7: Middle Creek hosts Broughton, Chapel Hill & Wakefield (July 17, 2014)
Middle Creek held its final 7-on-7 of the summer on Thursday with Broughton, Chapel Hill and Wakefield.
7-on-7: Middle Creek, Panther Creek, Wakefield, Jordan & Granville Central (July 10, 2014)
Middle Creek hosted another 7-on-7 football event Thursday morning. Panther Creek, Wakefield, Jordan and Granville Central were in attendance.
7-on-7: Overhills hosts Douglas Byrd, Seventy-First, E.E. Smith and others (July 9, 2014)
Douglas Byrd, Seventy-First, E.E. Smith, Westover, Lumberton and Southern Lee were a few of the teams that traveled to Overhills for 7-on-7 football Wednesday afternoon.
7-on-7: Holly Springs hosts Fuquay-Varina, Garner & Northwood (June 26, 2014)
Fuquay-Varina, Garner and Northwood all gathered at Holly Springs for another 7-on-7 competition.
7-on-7: Athens Drive, Broughton, Middle Creek, Panther Creek & Rolesville (June 26, 2014)
Middle Creek hosted Athens Drive, Broughton, Panther Creek and Rolesville for 7-on-7 football Thursday morning.
7-on-7: Holly Springs hosts Lee, Southeast Raleigh, Wake Forest (June 24, 2014)
Holly Springs held its first 7-on-7 of the season on Tuesday with Lee County, Southeast Raleigh and Wake Forest.
7-on-7: Cardinal Gibbons, Middle Creek, Triton, Wakefield & Western Harnett (June 24, 2014)
Middle Creek held another 7-on-7 competition on Tuesday, this time hosting Cardinal Gibbons, Triton, Wakefield and Western Harnett.
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As a WRAL sports reporter and anchor for more than four decades, Suiter has made an impact on coaches, players, students and viewers that cannot be quantified. For all his contributions, he will be inducted into the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame Monday.
7-on-7: Athens Drive, Granville Central, Jordan & Wakefield travel to Middle Creek (June 19, 2014)
Middle Creek held 7-on-7 competition on Thursday with Athens Drive, Granville Central, Jordan and Wakefield.
7-on-7: Middle Creek hosts Gibbons, Green Hope, Millbrook & Wakefield (June 17, 2014)
In the first 7-on-7 of the summer at Middle Creek, the Mustangs hosted Cardinal Gibbons, Green Hope, Millbrook and Wakefield in a round-robin 7-on-7.
WCPSS adopts USA Football Heads Up program
Wake County football coaches and athletic trainers went through day-long training on Thursday as part of the USA Football Heads Up Football program.
7-on-7: North Raleigh Christian vs. Cardinal Gibbons (June 10, 2014)
Cardinal Gibbons hosted North Raleigh Christian in an early-summer 7-on-7 competition on Tuesday morning.
Baseball: Midway vs. Bunker Hill, Game 3 (June 7, 2014)
Midway defeated Bunker Hill 4-2 to win the 1-A baseball state championship in Game 3.
Baseball: Richmond County vs. West Forsyth, Game 3 (June 7, 2014)
West Forsyth defeated Richmond County in Game 3 of the 4-A baseball state championship series to claim the title.
Softball: Jordan-Matthews vs. East Rutherford, Game 3 (June 7, 2014)
East Rutherford handled Jordan-Matthews in a decisive Game 3 in the 2-A softball state championship series.
Softball: C.B. Aycock vs. Sun Valley, Game 2 (June 7, 2014)
Sun Valley defeated C.B. Aycock in game two of the 3-A softball state championship series to win the title in a sweep.
Softball: Cape Fear vs. Alexander Central, Game 2 (June 7, 2014)
Cape Fear fell to Alexander Central in the second game of the 4-A softball state finals series as the Colts were swept in two games.
Baseball: Midway vs. Bunker Hill, Game 2 (June 7, 2014)
Bunker Hill evened the 2-A baseball state championship series with a win over Midway.
Softball: Jordan-Matthews vs. East Rutherford, Game 2 (June 7, 2014)
Jordan-Matthews defeated East Rutherford 4-3 to advance to a Game 3 in the 2-A softball state championship series.
Baseball: Richmond County vs. West Forsyth, Game 2 (June 7, 2014)
Richmond County defeated West Forsyth in game two of the 4-A baseball state championship to force a third and final game.
Softball: Cape Fear vs. Alexander Central, Game 1 (June 6, 2014)
Alexander Central held on to defeat Cape Fear 4-3 in the first game of the 4-A softball state championship.
Softball: C.B. Aycock vs. Sun Valley, Game 1 (June 6, 2014)
C.B. Aycock fell to Sun Valley in a close game one in the 3-A softball state championship series.
Girls Soccer: Panther Creek vs. Hough (May 31, 2014)
Panther Creek fell to Hough in the 4-A girls soccer state championship 1-0 in sudden death.
Girls Soccer: Chapel Hill vs. Weddington (May 31, 2014)
Chapel Hill defeated Weddington 2-1 to claim the 3-A girls soccer state championship.
Baseball: Millbrook vs. Richmond County (May 30, 2014)
Richmond County defeated Millbrook 2-1 to win the eastern regional final series and earn a trip to the state championship.
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Stevens: Pride's Hitchcock played his way to all-star game
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Summers: East, West battle to tie in all-star football
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Interview: Marcelius Sutton, James Kenan
James Kenan athlete Marcelius Sutton discusses what the all-star game meant to him.
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