Wheatmore High School's head basketball coach David Spell has called his last play.
Following an epic season in which he notched his 500th career win and was named PAC-6 Coach of the Year, Trinity High School’s head basketball coach Tim Kelly will retire March 31.
The Trinity men’s basketball team has advanced to the third round of competition for the state title. The Bulldogs will face off against Farmville Central in a contest set for 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, at Trinity High School.
Seven wrestlers from Wheatmore High School’s Warrior team earned a chance to compete in this weekend’s state tournament set for Feb. 21-23 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Trinity High School sophomore Morgan K. Davis placed fifth in the 500-yard freestyle and sixth in the 200-yard freestyle events at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 1-A and 2-A state swimming championship.
When Wheatmore High School senior Kyle Mosley was a sophomore he made up his mind to focus on playing soccer.
Wiping the sweat from his brow, Tim Kelly paced the floor, quietly exasperated by his team’s early performance. The beloved eye-rolling, shoulder-shrugging, sweat-slinging coach would strike a much different pose at the end of the Trinity Bulldogs’ 65-41 victory over Eastern Randolph.
Just prior to a Friday night women’s basketball game against Thomasville High School, the Trinity High School gymnasium erupted into applause as Jordan Parker was awarded the game ball from a Dec. 4 match against Ledford in which she scored her 1,000th point.
A portrait of a three-month-old LeAnn Kennedy shows a tiny index finger raised as No. 1. The 1988 Trinity High School graduate was named as “100 To Remember” female athletes for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 2013 centennial celebration.
Trinity High School athletes Kaitlyn Green and Alex McGavic received two of the “Unsung Hero Awards” during the Randolph Sports Council banquet held Oct. 28 at Snyder Farms.
The Wheatmore High School girls’ volleyball team didn’t bring home a banner from the weekend’s state championship in Raleigh, but what they did do is make history.
Wheatmore Varsity Volleyball team won the PAC 6 Conference with a finish of 10-0.
The Trinity High School men's soccer team continues to scoop up wins.
The Trinity High School Bulldogs hosted the PAC6 rival Eastern Randolph Wildcats on Friday night for their homecoming game.
The Wheatmore High School volleyball team will vie for more than a win against Ledford High School at 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, at Wheatmore.
The Trinity High School men’s varsity soccer team beat Wheatmore in a 6-0 game played Sept. 25.
Trinity’s men’s soccer team beat Thomasville High School 8-0 on Sept. 9.
The Trinity High School boys soccer team topped Southwest Randolph High School 2-1 on Aug. 26.
The Trinity men’s soccer team won two victories last week, one against Southern Guilford High School and the other against Thomasville High School.
More than 60 players took part in the fifth annual THS Alumni Soccer Game on Saturday, June 22, at THS Stadium to raise money for the soccer programs at the school.
June 22 will mark the fifth annual THS Soccer Alumni Game to raise money for the men’s and women’s soccer programs at Trinity High School.
The Pride of Carolina Cloggers took several honors at the Beach Blast clogging competition, held on May 18 in Rocky Point.
After earning the PAC-6 Conference championship, the Trinity High School varsity baseball team this year made school history by entering third-round playoffs for the state title — and Head Coach Rob Shore couldn’t be prouder.
Wes Berrier claimed the mat at Trinity High School as its next head coach of the wrestling program.
Two Wheatmore High School baseball players signed to play baseball with Rockingham Community College.