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Defensive Bucs take state title

Defensive Bucs take state title

There was a definite turning point in the second half of the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Class 3A field hockey championship after Country Day coach Lisa Thompson called a… Read more »

Bucs reverse fortune for tennis title

Bucs reverse fortune for tennis title

Charlotte Country Day snapped rival Providence Day’s four-year state championship streak on Oct. 26, when the Bucs claimed the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association title, beating the Chargers 5-1. The… Read more »

Bucs peak to ultimate goal

Bucs peak to ultimate goal

Country Day’s volleyball team has won more games in each of coach Brian Rosen’s five years at the helm for the Bucs, while also progressing further in the playoffs than… Read more »

Chargers run ‘four’ championship

Chargers run ‘four’ championship

As if there was any uncertainty, Providence Day left no doubt that they’re the top boys cross-country team in the state with a resounding 50-point win on Oct. 25 at… Read more »

Charger girls charge to championship

Charger girls charge to championship

For the first time in a decade, the Providence Day Chargers girls cross-country team took home the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Class 3A championship title. The depth of the… Read more »

Off And Running

Off And Running

Myers Park Coach Quinton Hayes was pleased with his team’s performance last year at the N.C. High School Athletic Association’s Class 4A state cross-country championship, where the girls came in… Read more »

A Graceful Exit

A Graceful Exit

Charlotte Catholic senior Grace Deering has had a racket in her hand since she was 9 years old. She’s barely found time to let go of it since in her… Read more »

Defensive Minded

Defensive Minded

After rolling relatively unscathed through the first four games of the season, the Charlotte Christian football team got a wake-up call on Sept. 27 that may help them earn their… Read more »

Action Jackson

Action Jackson

There wasn’t a lot of buzz surrounding the Country Day football program coming into the season. In fact, a certain sportswriter – one who, ahem, will remain unnamed – even… Read more »

Never Satisfied

Never Satisfied

It wasn’t just that Providence had been booted from the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 4A playoffs that bothered Clark Currier as he discouragingly walked off the field on… Read more »