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West Henderson to honor baseball champions

Apr 12, 2012

West Henderson High School will recognize the 20th anniversary of a North Carolina High School Athletic Association state baseball championship, according to the Hendersonville Times-News.

West Henderson won the state 3-A baseball championship in 1992, sweeping Southern Alamance in two straight games by scores of 3-0 and 6-4. Jim Hyatt was in his second year as baseball coach at West and went on to coach for 19 seasons, until 2009. Anthony Lindsey was named as the Most Valuable Player in the championship series.

The 1992 state championship team will be honored by West Henderson on Friday. The ceremony will take place prior to West Henderson's home game against rival North Henderson, with the game scheduled to start at 7 p.m.

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Athletic directors complete state conference

Apr 5, 2012

N.C. Athletic Director's Association logo

N.C. Athletic Director's Association logo

The North Carolina Athletic Directors Association recently completed a very successful 41st annual state conference at the Grove Park Inn.

Commissioner Davis Whitfield of the NCHSAA addressed the athletic directors on a number of topics in the final session of the conference. NCHSAA staff members Que Tucker and Carolyn Shannonhouse led a session earlier in the state meeting.

The athletic directors in attendance had the opportunity to hear an array of outstanding speakers on a variety of subjects, including legal issues in athletics, the use of sexually violent language in coaching, and current issues in high school athletics as well as take Leadership Training Courses through the National Federation program.

Jim Grobe, head football coach at Wake Forest, was a keynote speaker and Mike Ayers, head football coach at Wofford, was the speaker at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast. Outstanding high school and college football official Brad Allen also addressed

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South Johnston to host Eastern NC Shrine Bowl Combine

Mar 22, 2012

Tarboro's  Todd Gurley II (#1) runs the ball as Tarboro defeats Lincolnton 39 to 36 at the 2011 2AA State Championship game Saturday December 3, 2011 at Carter-Finley field in Raleigh, NC.

Tarboro's Todd Gurley II (#1) runs the ball as Tarboro defeats Lincolnton 39 to 36 at the 2011 2AA State Championship game Saturday December 3, 2011 at Carter-Finley field in Raleigh, NC.

South Johnston High School will host a Shrine Bowl Combine on Saturday.

The combine is the eastern-most Shrine Bowl Combine this spring.

Registration for kickers, punters and long-snappers will begin at 9:30 a.m., with registration for position players at 10 a.m. Registration will be held at the new gymnasium next to the football stadium.

All Shrine Bowl Combines are only open to rising seniors, and the cost is $20 per athlete. The combine will be held rain or shine.

There are six stations for testing at the combine – 40-yard dash, pro agility, bench press, vertical jump, height/weight/photo, and skill development drills. Athletes will rotate through each station.

The 40-yard dash will be measured on a rubber track. Each athlete will get two attempts at the drill. Pro agility and vertical jump drills will be done indoors in the gym. The skill development drills will take place on the field. Athletes should bring shoes for each of the activities.


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UNC hoops museum open for NCHSAA fans

Mar 7, 2012

UNC Logo

UNC Logo

Fans attending the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state basketball championships will have a great opportunity to see another attraction in Chapel Hill for the games being played at the Smith Center.

The Carolina Basketball Museum is a showcase of the great tradition of Tar Heel basketball and is being made available for fans of the NCHSAA championship. There is no charge to tour the museum, which will open at 9 am and will close at 6 pm on Saturday.

The museum is located in the Ernie Williamson building next to the Smith Center. It contains a great collection of memorabilia and displays about the history of Carolina basketball. Fans attending the NCHSAA finals can visit the museum prior to their team's championship or after they leave the high school game during museum hours of operation.

The first game at the Smith Center tips off at noon and sends Chocowinity Southside against defending champion Bishop McGuinness of Kernersville

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NCHSAA announces basketball regional schedule

Feb 23, 2012

Webb's #20 Devonte Williams calls a play out in Tuesday's game against Asheboro (photoby Wes Hight).

Webb's #20 Devonte Williams calls a play out in Tuesday's game against Asheboro (photoby Wes Hight).

Basketball teams that are lucky enough to head to the Eastern Regional in Fayetteville next week will know when they play now.

The N.C. High School Athletic Association released the schedule for the Eastern Regional, which for the second year in a row will be played at the Crown Complex.

This year, the 1-A and 3-A games will be played at Crown Coliseum, while the 2-A and 4-A games will be played at the smaller Crown Arena, which is located directly across the parking lot.

Games on Tuesday  through Friday will be played at 7 p.m., followed by a second game at approximately 8:45 p.m.

Sectional Final games will be played on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with the winners of each game advancing to the Regional Final on Saturday. Regional Final winners will play for a state championship the following weekend.

Unlike years past, the teams will not be reseeded going into regionals. That means the match-ups on the NCHSAA brackets will take place as

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