Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try, and for Forbush senior Anna Harris, she has tried many things over her high school career. Her accomplishments led to her recently signing with Gardner-Webb University.
SCOTTSBORO, Ala. — Surry Community College's Chandler White shot a one-under-par 71 Friday to finish 21st overall in the NJCAA Division II National Championship in Scottsboro.
EAST BEND — Forbush softball had a flair for the dramatic Friday night, winning in thrilling walk-off fashion against West Lincoln to advance to the Final Four.
In front of one of the largest crowds Elkin High School has ever seen, the Buckin' Elks defeated the East Wilkes Cardinals 7-2 Friday night. Less than five miles apart from each other, the two teams faced each other with a spot in the 1A...
GREENSBORO — Forbush continued to break records at the 2A Track & Field Championships last Friday, and despite not winning the WPAC, there are plenty of things for the Falcons to be proud of.
Those who think that high school playoffs are not some of the most dramatic sporting events they will ever see are wrong. East Wilkes and North Stokes proved that Tuesday night in the third round of the 1A softball championship.
For the second year in a row, the Forbush Falcons are back in the 2A women's soccer quarterfinals, after a nail-biting win over Polk County Wednesday night.
A humble man has his eyes set on a great future at Gardner-Webb University, and his name is Josh Houser. A senior at Starmount High School, Houser signed on to play football starting in the fall, but his focus is on being a student first, because he...
SCOTTSBORO, Ala. — After two days of action, Surry Community College's Chandler White is tied for second out of 119 golfers in the NJCAA Division II National Championship.
Elkin women's soccer season came to an end in a heartbreaking loss Tuesday night against Lincoln Charter.
In the 2A softball championship, Forbush softball continued to bring the heat in Tuesday night's matchup against Eastern Randolph.
Forbush might not have had the results they were looking for at the 2A Track & Field State Championships Saturday afternoon, but that did not mean they left empty-handed.
When East Wilkes and Elkin baseball play each other, it is typically only for local bragging rights. Friday night, it will be for a spot in the 1A State Championship Final Four.
Starmount, Elkin, Mount Airy and East Wilkes impressed in Friday's 1A Track & Field Championship. While Shakai Ward dominated yet again, winning her fifth state title, defending her 400 meter title in the process, many others came away with...
In the 2A softball championship, it seems like the tournament is Forbush's to lose. Forbush entered the tournament as a No. 1 seed with a 23-1 (10-0) record, and now through the first two games of the tournament, the Falcons have outscored their...
East Wilkes' Brandi Parks might be a senior, but with the way she has pitched as of late, she's not going anywhere soon.
Elkin's track stars shined bright at the 1A State Track and Field Championships at North Carolina A&T University, but at the end of the day, senior Shakai Ward shined brightest.
Elkin's Daniel Brinegar might have stepped on the field at Elkin High School for the final time Friday night, and he was determined to go out with a bang.
In the midst of a 9-0 blowout over Walkertown Wednesday night in the opening round of the 1A Women's Soccer Championship, Elkin senior Makayla Dimmette laid on the grass in obvious pain, not sure if she played her last minute of her...
The 2015 Blue Ridge Basketball School is planned for June 15-18 at East Wilkes High School for girls and boys in rising third through ninth grades. The school is directed by Brad Davis with four full days of basketball...
Elkin's tennis season came to an end in the semifinals of the dual tournament Wednesday night at the hands of Pine Lake Prep (Mooresville).
Last time out, errors and a lack of hitting plagued the Buckin' Elks in the first round of the baseball conference tournament. Wednesday night, the Elks made sure it wouldn't happen again.
Elkin's Aspen Shaw might be a freshman, but her composure on the mound during Wednesday night's close playoff game against Bessemer City made her look a seasoned veteran.
The Elkin Lady Elks took the field Wednesday night with the expectation that they would create opportunities on offense and score. However, they probably did not expect to find the net eight times in the first 45 minutes.
Student-athletes are cooking up at Elkin High School, and Asante Adams is another one of the chefs.