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After a lackluster first half last week against Reidsville in the state basketball playoffs, Bartlett Yancey's Buccaneers dominated the third quarter and played well in the fourth.


Venessa Corbett, a native of Caswell County who went on from high school sports to become a highly decorated basketball player at Elon University, will be honored once again on Sunday, Feb. 16, 1 p.m., when her jersey from Elon will be retired and formally displayed before the team’s game ag…

Bartlett Yancey athletics director Karen Godlock, who won numerous state and national track titles while in high school and college, has yet another accolade: hall of fame inductee.

Several weeks ago, Scott Cranston of Reidsville came before the Caswell County Board of Education to ask for permission to use the Dillard Middle School football field as the home field for summer games for a new amateur football team he is creating called the Yanceyville Rhinos.

Bartlett Yancey’s Dylan Wall finished as Mid State 2A Conference wrestling champ in his weight class during Saturday’s conference tournament, two others were runners up and Coach Rick Hill was named conference coach of the year.

Bartlett Yancey girls basketball absorbed two more losses last week, falling 62-37 to NC School of Science and Math and 55-52 at Reidsville.

Bartlett Yancey’s boy’s basketball delighted a sparse home crowd last week, jumping on conference foe NC School of Science and Math early and cruising to a 67-50 win.


Caswell County’s Westside Cardinals 6U and 10U football teams got a little taste of football life at the college level earlier this month. 

By their own admission, Bartlett Yancey volleyball senior hitter and co-captain Lanie Ouzts and fellow senior co-captain and defensive specialist Mattie Wrenn are as different as night and day. 


Another fall high school sports season is quickly approaching its end and soon, the sound of sneakers squeaking off hardwood floors will replace the sounds of crashing pads, soccer balls coming off feet and volleyballs colliding with balled hands or fists. 

Bartlett Yancey bounced back from its first loss of the season in a big way, routing host Graham 54-6 in Mid-State 2A Conference action last Friday night. 


Bartlett Yancey continued its recent hot streak Monday night, picking up a 3-2 win over Cedar Ridge in non-conference action. 

Bartlett Yancey girls tennis picked up its first win of the season, defeating Graham, 8-1, last Tuesday.