Carrboro High School womenâ€™s soccer got back on track against Northwood on Monday night following a disappointing loss to Chapel Hill High last week.
Renner, new-look Heels show flash
Carolina football has emerged from the darkness that engulfed it since officials discovered three players received unauthorized money and gifts from sports agents two years ago.
Jags fall to Red Wolves
Carrboroâ€™s Jeff Strongoli applies a tag as a Cedar Ridge player slides into second base.
McAdoo could lead 2013 Heels
James Michael McAdoo has made the decision to return for his sophomore year, almost certainly his final season at UNC.
All tied up
Carrboroâ€™s Kylie Tawney (right) and East Chapel Hillâ€™s Hanna Gardner fight for control of the ball in a classic struggle between the cross-town rivals on Tuesday night.
Stallings delivers total package
Senior catcher Jacob Stallings assured Carolina baseball of a hefty bonus when he decided to return to college for his senior season instead of entering the Major League Baseball draft in 2011.
New coach, new season, new era for Jaguar lacrosse
Itâ€™s springtime in the Piedmont yet again, and the feeling of newness is palpable.
Attrition finally undercuts Carolina
Luck at the highest level of collegiate and professional sports is not indicated by the bounce of the ball but the health of the top athletes performing for a team.
Heels bear more adversity
North Carolina is headed back to St. Louis, site of the Tar Heelsâ€™ 2005 national championship.
Jags defeated in season opener
The Carrboro High School womenâ€™s lacrosse team took on powerhouse Ravenscroft in their season opener on Monday, with Ravenscroft defeating the Jags, 17-5.
Time for action arrives
The NCAA Tournament is here, and along with it comes the end of reflection.
Tar Heels look to move ahead
Between now and the beginning of the NCAA Tournament, Carolina must find a way to put aside its grand finish to end the regular season, fight off the lure of satisfaction and move ahead with a determination to accomplish more.
Jags trounce Franklin
Kylie Tawney rockets the ball past a Franklin Academy defender in the Jaguarsâ€™ win over Franklin Academy on Tuesday.
Heels travel a long, sometimes strange journey
North Carolinaâ€™s journey this season has been awkward at times and often rigorous, but now one game separates the Tar Heels from first place in the final Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season standings.
Faur places fourth at states
Carrboro High School wrestler George Faur placed fourth in the NCHSAA State 2A Wrestling Championship last week.