Deon Cranford

Deon Cranford

ROCKINGHAM – The official end to the 2019 football season in North Carolina is less than two weeks away, and with it, athletes from eight schools will earn state championship bragging rights and memories that will last a lifetime.  

ROCKINGHAM – Milestones and breaking records are always a fun way for teams and individual players to challenge themselves. 

ROCKINGHAM – Richmond Senior High School’s football sesaon opener against Clayton High School will not only give fans their first real look at the 2019 Richmond Raiders, but the evening will also showcase the talent of over 100 area cheerleaders.

ROCKINGHAM — On Saturday, more than 100 athletes hailing from six counties across North and South Carolina braved the mid-90 degree heat to participate in the fifth annual HWY 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries three-on-three soccer tournament. 

Wednesday, 24 July 2019 17:36

Carolina Titans are back in action

LAUREL HILL — The Carolina Titans softball program has been able to return to the diamond the past couple of weeks after rain caused them to miss out on some opportunities.  

ROCKINGHAM — With the high school football season kicking off less than a month from now, many in Raider Nation are getting excited, and for good reason. 

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Even though the class of 2019 has yet to turn its tassels, fall sports are already getting underway at Richmond Senior High School.  For two area volleyball players, it never really ended.

Athletics and Richmond County are no stranger to one another. If you meet someone who has never visited our community, but is familiar with it, chances are stock car racing or the Richmond Raiders are responsible. While racing is currently a shadow of what it once was in Richmond County, high school sports are bigger than ever.

HICKORY – On Saturday, over 200 hundred young gymnasts from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia travelled to the Highland Recreation Center in Hickory, N.C., to compete in the T&T Power Explosion trampoline and tumbling competition. 

ROCKINGHAM – As soon as the ball clanged off Cameron Carraway’s bat in the bottom of the sixth inning, there was no doubt that it was exiting the park. 

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