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JUST GETTING STARTED: Reidsville's Dionte Neal is making an early impact

The Rams freshman leads the state in interceptions, he's a game-breaking receiver and his best sport might actually be basketball. Read more

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Scouting the NCHSAA Class 2-A West football championship game

NO. 3 LAWNDALE BURNS (13-1) at NO. 1 REIDSVILLE (13-1) Read more

JUST GETTING STARTED: Reidsville's Dionte Neal is making an early impact

The Rams freshman leads the state in interceptions, he's a game-breaking receiver and his best sport might actually be basketball. Read more

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Reynolds at Ragsdale basketball doubleheader

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Tyler Lewis Hoopfest returns to Forsyth Country Day

A number of area teams will participate in the event. Read more

Three things we learned and more from Grimsley's 40-37 overtime win

The Whirlies outlasted Cornelius Hough late Friday night in a NCHSAA Class 4-A West football semifinal at Jamieson Stadium. Read more

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High school fall sports all-conference teams

Fall all-conference teams for area high schools, as voted by conference coaches. Read more

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Quick Take: Grimsley 40, Cornelius Hough 37 (3 OT)

Why the Whirlies won Read more

NCHSAA football playoff scoreboard

NCHSAA football Read more

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Quick Take: Grimsley 40, Cornelius Hough 37 (3 OT)

Top-seeded Grimsley makes a goal-line stand to set the stage for Jackson Henry’s game-winning field goal in the third overtime as the Whirlies beat No. 5 Cornelius Hough 40-37 in the fourth round of the NCHSAA Class 4-A West football playoffs. Read more

NCHSAA Class 4-A West playoffs: No. 5 Cornelius Hough (11-2) at No. 1 Grimsley (13-0)

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Eastern Guilford defense gets to make its case

A group that struggled early in the year and had a rough stretch early in the playoffs is a big reason the Wildcats have reached the fourth round in Class 3-A West. Read more

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