Caswell school board's recent decision to delay the start of sports activities at Bartlett Yancey until later in February because of rising Covid-19 numbers means the high school's basketball season becomes the latest pandemic casualty.
SOUTH BOSTON SPEEDWAY’S COST-CUTTING MOVES MAKE ‘AMERICA’S HOMETOWN TRACK’ AN AFFORDABLE VENUE FOR RACERS
When Elizabeth Macdonald and her husband left art director jobs in New York about 25 years ago for her native North Carolina she never imagined she’d end up creating a nonprofit to rescue thoroughbred race horses.
Bartlett Yancey offensive lineman Tyler Jefferson has committed to play football at Ferrum College next year, turning aside interest from larger programs in favor of the small school in the Virginia mountains.
Barlett Yancey's athletics conference for the next four years will be unrecognizable if the proposed conference realignment for North Carolina high school sports is adopted in March.
NEW RULES CHANGES HELP KEEP SOUTH BOSTON SPEEDWAY’S LIMITED SPORTSMAN DIVISION AFFORDABLE AND A FAN FAVORITE
Bartlett Yancey's softball pitcher-catcher duo of Rylie Webster and Grace Watlington will play college ball next year, the first from the high school to step up to the next level since another pitcher-catcher duo three years ago.
Local sports fans who may have had hopes dashed when the proposed Caswell Rhinos football team failed to gain traction, will soon have another outlet for their sports cravings.
On Saturday, October 10, the Animal Protection Society of Caswell County Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser was a great success in spite of rain on and off for most of the day as all eight teams showed up to play.
Rain halts NASCAR Cup Playoff race at Texas for second straight day, forces postponement until Tuesday
Scott Cranston has abandoned his dream of a Yanceyville-based semi-pro football team, citing a lack of players and the Covid-19 pandemic.