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Erb-an  Legend

Erb-an Legend

Beth Erb has always known that she wanted to play sports in college, and all along figured she would be pursuing a basketball scholarship. However, as the Charlotte Country Day… Read more »

SCW Football Notebook

SCW Football Notebook

Chargers, Pirates set to square off in Hardin Bowl II Providence Day’s tour of championship-caliber opponents continues this week with a trip to Class 4A public school Indian Trail Porter… Read more »

Worth the Wait

Worth the Wait

When Karrington King decided to transfer from Harding University High to Charlotte Catholic in 2011, he was anticipating playing in big games such as the Cook Cup, the Cougars’ annual… Read more »

Cook Cup goes PATRIOTIC

Cook Cup goes PATRIOTIC

As the father of two former Charlotte Catholic quarterbacks – C.J. and Jack Brodowicz – Mark Brodowicz knows the annual showdown with Charlotte Country Day, dubbed the Cook Cup, is… Read more »

Bucs’ Witman reaches another milestone

Bucs’ Witman reaches another milestone

When Bob Witman took over the Charlotte Country Day football program in 1990, he planned on working hard and succeeding, but he didn’t harbor any thoughts about putting his imprint… Read more »

Ardrey Kell scales Marvin Ridge

Ardrey Kell scales Marvin Ridge

After four consecutive losses to Waxhaw Marvin Ridge, Ardrey Kell finally topped its rival for the first time in program history, 31-21, on Aug. 24. Historically, the series had been… Read more »

Latin volleyball improves to 10-0

Latin volleyball improves to 10-0

Charlotte Latin won the NCVA New York Life Classic Volleyball Tournament (formerly the Super Six Tournament) on Aug. 25 in Greensboro. The Hawks have won the tournament every year since… Read more »

Bucs field hockey nets pair of wins

Bucs field hockey nets pair of wins

Six different Charlotte Country Day field hockey players scored in the Bucs’ 6-1 win over Winston-Salem R.J. Reynolds on Aug. 21. Mary Hill Brooks, Princess Sutherland, Madison Letts, Lauren McFayden,… Read more »

Where the Heart Is

Where the Heart Is

After helping Providence High School to two previous state volleyball finals, Karen Bradbury got her biggest coaching win last year, defeating Wilmington Hoggard to earn the Panthers their fifth Class… Read more »

Second Game of the Week should be exciting

Second Game of the Week should be exciting

In the opening South Charlotte Weekly Game of the Week of the 2012 season, Charlotte Catholic made short work of non-conference neighbor South Mecklenburg. The Cougars took a 41-0 victory… Read more »

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