Ryen Frazier now ventures to the scene of one key aspect of her older sister's legendary senior year, as the younger sister continues to add to her own legacy.
Articles with Mekhi McGuyver
North Carolina's sophomore class is loaded with distance talent, but there are also some talented young power athletes.
Strong depth across multiple event categories has put Marvin Ridge near the top of the boys' team power ratings.
After carrying her team to a podium finish at the state meet, Qizeah Jackson has earned her place in the rankings.
Check out the expression on Blake Dodge's face: that's the realization that she hasn't come close to full potential yet.
Lydia Laws (Western Alamance) will have three shots to add more titles to her indoor long jump championship.
The Northern Guilford boys have a good chance to win their region, but will they have enough for a run at the state title?
1A and 3A athletes competed in their conference championships, while 2A and 4A athletes were tuning up for next week.
The North Lincoln boys continued to prove they can hang with schools twice their size, averaging under 4:30 for 4x1600.
Four of the top six teams in the current ratings reside in Wake County, with Knightdale holding a narrow lead.
The girls' 800 at Taco Bell was a North Carolina affair, as our athletes claimed the podium (and 4th place as well).
Fike's Ian West began defense of his pole vault state title with a PR of 15' 1", putting him in the state lead for all classes.
Jahmaal Daniel (Terry Sanford, #4) took over the top spot in the 55 Dash rankings with this effort at UNC last weekend.
The Parkland girls are all over this list; if they can stay together and work hard, they could be a powerhouse in two years.