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Resilient Charlotte Latin boys swim team wins first state title since 2007

Resilient Charlotte Latin boys swim team wins first state title since 2007

It wasn’t as if Patty Waldron needed a boost of confidence or something. As a longtime coach with internationally known SwimMAC Carolina, Waldron had been a part of 57 championships,… Read more »

Resilient Providence Day girls win fourth consecutive private-school state basketball championship

Resilient Providence Day girls win fourth consecutive private-school state basketball championship

By only looking at the end result – a fourth consecutive state title after defeating Rabun Gap (Ga.) on Feb. 23 – it would be easy to surmise that this… Read more »

Latin wrestlers win second consecutive state crown

Latin wrestlers win second consecutive state crown

Feb. 16, 2013 turned out to be a glorious day for veteran Charlotte Latin wrestling coach Richard Fletcher. But it certainly didn’t start that way. Through the early stages of… Read more »

Myers Park’s former ‘girly girl’ looks to leave new legacy in her chosen sport

Myers Park’s former ‘girly girl’ looks to leave new legacy in her chosen sport

Rydeiah Rogers remembers the exact moment she fell in love. With basketball. It was nearly a year ago, long after she’d gone through serious crushes with cheerleading, ballet and tap-dancing… Read more »

Charlotte Latin wrestlers eye another late-season championship run

Charlotte Latin wrestlers eye another late-season championship run

Charlotte Latin wrestling coach Richard Fletcher affectionately refers to the last two to three weeks of any season as “The Grind,” a time when his Hawks are going to work… Read more »

Sky is the limit for deep, athletic Providence Day boys

Sky is the limit for deep, athletic Providence Day boys

In Brian Field’s previous six seasons as Providence Day’s boys basketball coach, the Chargers had topped 18 wins just one time. But this season is shaping up to be much… Read more »

Big man’s role fits Nabatoff

Big man’s role fits Nabatoff

There was a time in Jacob Nabatoff’s high school career when he could sleep quite comfortably in a twin-sized bed. As a freshman at Charlotte Latin, Nabatoff stood 5 feet,… Read more »

Army recruit Pollack becomes Cougars’ unequivocal leader in senior season

Army recruit Pollack becomes Cougars’ unequivocal leader in senior season

The kind folks working the late shift at the Morrison YMCA are familiar with Mark Pollack. He’s the 6-foot-8 kid with the sweet jump shot – the kid they usually… Read more »

Charlotte Catholic wrestler Hayes also a gifted musician

Charlotte Catholic wrestler Hayes also a gifted musician

Music and wrestling are two of Chase Hayes’ favorite things, but rarely do they ever intertwine. On the mat, Hayes has been one of southern Mecklenburg’s top performers with a… Read more »

After illness, Harvard-bound Bailey again leading Charlotte Christian

After illness, Harvard-bound Bailey again leading Charlotte Christian

Since the 2009-10 season, the Charlotte Christian girls basketball team has won nearly 80 percent of its games, advanced to a state championship final and has annually been one of… Read more »

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