1A WOMEN’S TENNIS DUAL TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
#1 Mount Airy (22-0) DEF. #5 Chatham Charter (14-8) 5-0
2021 2A Volleyball State Championship Recap | SW Randolph rolls past Camden behind Shiflet sisters and solid defense
Below is a listing of the Approved Broadcasts for the First Round of the 2021 Football Playoffs.
2021 NCHSAA 1A Football State Playoffs First Round Approved Broadcasts
#1 Tarboro (9-1), BYE
#16 Southeast Halifax (4-6) vs. #17 Weldon (3-4)
#8 Perquimans (6-2) vs. #25 Northwest Halifax (2-6)
#9 Riverside-Martin (5-3) vs. #24 Chatham Central (1-7)
The Winter Meeting of the NCHSAA Board of Directors is scheduled for the first week of December (Wednesday, December 1, 2021 & Thursday, December 2, 2021). The topics to be discussed, reviewed, and/or acted upon can be found here and are posted on the Board of Directors page of the NCHSAA Website. The final recommendations will be posted prior to the Board Meeting.
1A/2A Women’s Golf State Championship Recap | Griggs holds on for the individual title while Newton-Conover picks up team championship
CHAPEL HILL - The North Carolina High School Athletic Association presented special awards at the virtual regional meetings that were completed today.
Commissioner Que Tucker and Assistant Commissioner Tra Waters presented both the Charlie Adams Distinguished Service Awards and the Special Person awards to recipients in each region.
Donald Bonner, a longtime educator in Robeson County and the first African American president of the NCHSAA, passed away in September. Bonner's career included involvement in athletics from a number of different perspectives and positions. A native of Robeson County and a 1955 graduate of North Carolina College (now North Carolina Central University), Bonner began his teaching and coaching career at two high schools in South Carolina, sandwiched around a stint in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. His duties included coaching football, basketball, baseball and track.
CHARLOTTE, NC - The Principal of Harding University High School, Dr. Eric Ward, passed away suddenly last week at the shocking age of just 46 years old. There will be a celebration of life for Dr. Ward on Tuesday afternoon at Forest Hill Church.
Ward worked for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools for nearly 25 years and has served at Olympic, West Mecklenburg, Wilson and Independence schools in the district. He was remembered during the Rams football game on Friday night against Nations Ford (SC).
CHAPEL HILL - The North Carolina High School Athletic Association wants to warn the public about a growing trend in internet scamming. There are hundreds of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube events being promoted, sometimes within prominent online groups, that appear to be real live streams, but are phishing for your personal information, and sometimes trying to install malware on your device.
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CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) distributed $1,717,803.65 to the Association’s member schools from interest earned on the Association’s Endowed Funds during 2020-2021. This total is in addition to the $4 million distribution approved by the Board of Directors in the COVID-19 Athletic Program Subsidy (CAPS) initiative from earlier in the fiscal year.
The NFHS School Honor Roll Program recognizes schools that have their coaches complete professional development through NFHS Learning Center coursework.
In the 2021-2022 academic year the following schools have earned NFHS Honor Roll status
More than 90% of coaches have completed the core course “Fundamentals of Coaching” along with three of the Learning Center’s most significant courses – “Concussion in Sports,” “Sudden Cardiac Arrest” and “Protecting Students from Abuse.”
CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association, in conjunction with Wells Fargo, released the final standings in the 42nd annual Wells Fargo Cup competitions for the 2020-2021 academic year. The award recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.