High School Sports

  ‘Stop dragging your feet and make a decision’: CMS parent, student-athlete speak on future of school sports

Parents and students from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools received mixed messages about the future of school sports during the 2020-2021 academic year Thursday.

South Pointe vs. Myers Park: Game at Bank of America stadium canceled, official says

S.C. High School League panel pushes back decision to vote on flipping fall sports to spring

  Dozens of CMS student-athletes push district officials to allow sports in 2020-2021

  NC high school fall sports season pushed back until at least September

Charlotte schools have debated ‘offensive’ mascot names for decades. What’s changed?

Still no word on when fall sports will start in North Carolina

Continued Coverage

  Football conditioning starts for some in North Carolina while others continue to wait

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to further delay high school sports activities

Panthers QB Will Grier providing scholarships for black student-athletes at West Charlotte HS

  Concerns start to rise in South Carolina about the start of the high school football season

  High school baseball is back with the Charlotte High School Baseball Extended Season

  Will there be a high school football season?

Positive COVID-19 case confirmed within Fort Mill HS football program, practices canceled for week

Someone involved with the football program at Fort Mill High School has tested positive for the coronavirus.

NCHSAA to allow high school practices to resume June 15. CMS to wait

The N.C. High School Athletic Association is lifting its dead period June 15. In an email to its schools Monday afternoon, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools informed coaches that CMS athletes won’t start until July 6.

  Local high school football coach Zach Bevilacqua speaks out against racism

Professional athletes and coaches using their voices to protest and speak out in this time of injustice, but a local high school football coach is using his platform as well to evoke change.

  When life handed him lemons, Noah Monroe made lemonade and now he gets ready to receive his diploma

When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade. Something Concord senior Noah Monroe has done numerous times in his life as he gets ready to get his diploma.

Myers Park & South Pointe to play first ever high school football game in Bank of America Stadium

  South Carolina high school teams allowed to have virtual workouts

  Chad Grier comes home to become the head football coach at Providence Day

  NCHSAA hopes to play the basketball state championships... EVENTUALLY