It’s official. Trinity High School’s Jordan “J.J.” Johnson will continue his football career at Guilford College. At age 5, Johnson loved playing football in his backyard so much that his dad Perez Johnson signed him up with the Blue Devils, a little league team that played games at Archdale-Trinity Middle School.
Bulldogs host Union Pines this week
Wheatmore welcomes Bishop McGuinness Friday
Denton Sikes leads East Davidson with two goals
Bulldogs welcome East Montgomery in Week 3
Wheatmore travels to Southwestern Randolph Friday
HiToms advance to their third state tournament in four years
Game 5 set for Thursday, 7 p.m. at Finch Field
Game 3 set for Tuesday at Kernersville
Games 4&5 (if necessary) would be at Finch Field
Second round to begin Monday
Edwards, McLean and Trejo each homer
HiToms hope to make it back to state tournament after missing out last season
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.