November 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

RCS downs Pats in OT

Jones’ three ties game in regulation

After countless empty trips with ill-advised shots and sloppy passes in the fourth quarter, the Roxboro Community School boys’ basketball team needed something good to happen — and immediately.  Dylan Jones delivered.  More...

Rockets host C-T Thanksgiving Classic Friday and Saturday

The Thanksgiving weekend basketball tradition in Person County will have a new visitor the year.  The Person High School basketball teams will host The Courier-Times Thanksgiving Classic Fri- day and Saturday at Rocket Gym.  More...

Rocket wrestling goes 4-1 at Southern Vance duals

Vance Raider Duals in Henderson.  The Rockets downed Carrboro (54-30), Southern Vance (78-6) and Franklinton (57-21) and had their only loss come against Greenville Rose (43-42). More...

Morris named Athlete of the Week

Person High School wrestler Genuine Morris is this week’s winner of the Grissom & Holloman PC Attorneys at Law Athlete of the Week award.  Morris won his season opening match against BY and had a strong showing in a weekend dual.  More...

Jones named Athlete of the Week

Roxboro Community School boys basketball player Dylan Jones is this week’s winner of the Bowes Collision Center Athlete of the Week award.  Jones has had big performances in earlyseason games and scored 22 points in the NCAC opener against More...

Bulldogs open NCAC defense with rout of Franklin Academy

For the past few years, the one North Central Athletic Conference team that could usually hang in with the Roxboro Community School girls’ basketball team was Franklin Academy.  Such was not the case Friday.  The Bulldogs got off to More...

NCHSAA presents the new Cardinal Award to two N.C. General Assembly members

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association presented the newly named “Cardinal Award” to state Senator William “Bill” Rabon and state Representative David Lewis, both members of the North Carolina More...

Shepherd Jr. wins weekly contest

Lee Shepherd Jr. was the week nine winner in The Courier-Times college football contest.  Shepherd Jr. was one of two of the 83 entries to go 13-3 this week, but the only one to correctly predict a Wake Forest upset against N.C. More...

Willcox moves into second in contest

The penultimate week in the C-T’s Football Contest saw some movement among the competitors.  Leader Heather “Turn out the lights...the party’s over” Leonard kept her position atop the standings after a 10-7 week.  More...