Setting the tone early, the North Central boys' basketball team kicked off the Andy Johnson era with a 76-39 win over visiting Robert E. Lee Academy in last Thursday's season opener played inside The Castle in Boonetown.
North Central opened the Jason Brazell era with a convincing 72-6 victory over rival Andrew Jackson in Tuesday's first wrestling match of the season.
Basketball Nov.: 29 – Robert E. Lee Academy; 30 - Buford Dec.: 4 – Andrew Jackson; 11 – at Buford; 14 – Camden Military Academy (JV's tip off at 5:30 p.m.); 17 – at Robert E. Lee Academy; 19 – at Lugoff-Elgin (6 p.m.); 21 – at Andrew Jackson; 27-28 – at Andrew Jackson Christmas Classic (girls only); 27-28 – Carolina Classic at North Central (boys only – McBee, Cheraw, Westminster-Catawba and North Central) Jan.: ...
There have been days when, long after the North Central football team has come off the practice field, that the lights inside the old gymnasium at the school were still burning.
Three years after starting a competitive cheerleading team, North Central High School is headed to the AA Competitive Cheer State finals.
Checkmate. It took North Central more than 38 minutes to get back to a stalemate, tying Friday's AA Upper State Division II playoff opener with visiting Andrew Jackson at 14-all. All it took for the Volunteers' Quadarius Fair to end the good feelings in Boonetown were a scant 21 seconds. Fair, AJ's 6-foot-4 junior wide out, answered a game-tying 18-yard interception return for a touchdown by NC's Darius Brown by returning the ensuing kickoff for ...
Sitting behind his office desk, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn simply shook his head and smiled when asked if he was aware of some of the things being said between members of his team and players from Andrew Jackson, which comes to Boonetown for tonight's first round AA Upper State Division II playoff contest. The two rival schools are separated by a few miles and players from both sides are more than ...
North Central will host its first state playoff game since the 1994 season when the Knights welcome arch-rival Andrew Jackson to Boonetown for Friday's first round AA Division II Upper State contest.
Louis Clyburn has been told by several people about when, in 1984, North Central played and lost a game to eventual state champion Woodruff, 34-7, in the third round of the state class AA playoffs.
Nothing to win. Nothing to lose. Such is the plight of Fairfield Central which tonight, hosts North Central in the final regular season game of the year. The Griffins have already sewn up the Region 3-AA championship and the top seed in the class AA Division I Upper State playoffs. The visiting Knights, meanwhile, could greatly enhance their seed in the AA Upper State Division II playoffs with a win tonight; not to mention cementing ...
Of all the times for an injury to strike, this was the worst. With sophomore hitter Erin Humphries watching from the bench in jeans and her number 9 jersey, North Central was knocked from the AA Upper State volleyball tournament by former conference nemesis Chesterfield in four games on Wednesday night at The Castle in Boonetown. The loss capped a 16-2 season for the Lady Knights who came into the week ranked third in the ...
Early last week, North Central head coach Louis Clyburn was feeling pretty good about his team's ability to host a first round state playoff game with a victory in either of the Knights' final two regular season games.
Nobody will ever accuse Columbia High head coach Kemper Amick of ducking people. Included on the Capitals' five-game non-conference slate this year were games with AAA entries Wilson, Dreher, Daniel and A.C. Flora, the latter pair which are both ranked in the latest AAA top 10. Not surprisingly, the Caps' lone win before Region 3-AA play started was a 24-0 victory over class A entry Calhoun County. Too bad North Central was not able to ...
Dreams of a perfect season came to an end for the North Central volleyball team as the state's top-ranked AA squad was dealt a 3-2 loss at Columbia last Thursday night.
North Central tuned up for this weekend's Mid-Carolina Credit Union Holiday Classic wrestling tournament at Lugoff-Elgin with a pair of wins on Wednesday night.
North Central outscored visiting McBee, 16-12, in overtime to record a 65-61 win over the Panthers in a Tuesday night game played at The Castle in Boonetown.
Taking the early lead and not giving it up, the North Central boys' basketball team evened its record after two games with a 61-51 victory over host McBee in a non-region game played last Thursday night.
On a day which started with so many unknowns, North Central High wrestling coach Jason Brazell received many answers he was looking for on Saturday.
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