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Editor's note: Que Tucker, commissioner of the N.C. High School Athletic Association made these remarks July 20 regarding House Bill 91 being introduced to the N.C. General Assembly's Senate Committee on Education/Higher Education. The bill, described as "Accountability and Fair Play in Athl…

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CHARLOTTE – Novant Health is renewing a four-year strategic partnership with the Charlotte Independence Soccer Club. In addition to being the presenting sponsor of specified club teams, tournaments and events, Novant Health athletic trainers will continue to provide health care services to a…

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CHARLOTTE – After the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games were postponed due to the pandemic, for many athletes, making it this far holds more weight than ever. For athletes Anabel Knoll '19, Marius Kusch '19, Felix Duchampt '15, and Hannah Aspden '22, it means showing the world how Olympians and Paral…

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CHAPEL HILL – Parkwood High School had two wrestlers win and two wrestlers place third in their weight classes at the N.C. High School Athletic Association's third annual Women’s Wrestling Invitational at Glenn High School.

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RALEIGH — In its latest hearing into the N.C. High School Athletic Association, the private nonprofit that governs and manages most aspects of High School Sports, prominent education leaders said they have many of the same concerns as legislators.

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MATTHEWS – The Los Angeles Force took advantage of a slow Stumptown AC start to its home opener at the Matthews Sportsplex on May 12 and held off a late flurry for a 1-0 National Independent Soccer Association win.

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CONCORD – In accordance with Gov. Roy Cooper’s latest executive order, grandstand seating limitations have been lifted, opening the door for thousands more race fans to enjoy racing this month at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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FOXFIRE VILLAGE – Union Academy’s Caleb Surratt cruised to the 1A Men’s Golf Individual State Championship with a 3-under 69 performance on Foxfire Resort & Golf Club’s Red Fox Layout.

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CHAPEL HILL – Six area teams qualified for the N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs for softball, but none of them made in further than the second round.

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MATTHEWS – Soccer fans will be welcomed back to the Matthews Sportsplex on May 12, when Stumptown AC faces LA Force in the first home game of the season.

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CHARLOTTE – Four high school football teams from southern Mecklenburg and western Union counties entered the regional finals April 30 with hopes of advancing to state championship games, but only Charlotte Catholic survived.

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RALEIGH – The N.C. House is not planning to move the Save Women’s Sports Act (H358) this session, according to North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore.

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RALEIGH – A recently introduced Senate bill would authorize and regulate sports betting in North Carolina beyond the tribal casinos with the revenue primarily going to schools and economic development.

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RALEIGH – The N.C. High School Athletic Association has no written contract or agreement with the State of North Carolina or the Department of Public Instruction to oversee the management of high school sports in North Carolina and has the largest cash reserves of any such organization in America.