When and even whether high school sports will return for the 2020-21 school year is a matter that will remain unresolved until at least June 15, but possibly much longer despite Aug. 1 remaining the target date for the beginning of fall sports practice.
Friday’s game against Warren County was a bittersweet homecoming for second-year Southeast Raleigh baseball coach Orlando Jones, a former three-sport Eagles standout.
Not even a late winter snowstorm could dampen the excitement of the First Annual Warren County Winter Hibernation Pickleball Tournament as more than 50 entrants tested their skills in the sport that combines tennis, badminton, ping pong and racquetball techniques.
Before Warren County defeated Louisburg last month in the regular season finale, some of the Eagles boys’ basketball seniors flipped the script on Senior Night, taking to the microphone to give special thanks to head coach T.J. McRae and assistant coach Bryan Fuller.
If there’s a common thread between the Warren County baseball and softball teams this year, it’s trying to put last season firmly in the rearview mirror.
Senior members of the Warren County High School varsity boys’ basketball team are recognized during Senior Night festivities on Friday at the Eagles Nest. Pictured, from the left, are Juwan Henderson, Roshene Mills, Andrew Smith, Malik Hargrove, Josh Robison and Deaven Hawkins
Warren County’s Andrew Smith (12) gets off a shot as the varsity boys defeat Roanoke Rapids High School 69-51 on the road on Feb. 11. Also pictured is Eagle Justin Newball (34). Smith led all Warren County scorers with 16 points. He was followed by Roshene Mills with 11 points. Newball and J…
The first half of Warren County’s Northern Carolina Conference tournament matchup Monday at home against Bunn looked like a game that might showcase parity amid the league standings.
On Feb. 3, Warren County Middle School recognized and applauded the efforts of its eighth-grade student-athletes, who sacrificed their personal time after school and worked through grueling practices, all while maintaining academic discipline. They exhibited the aspects of competition and sp…
Warren County’s Nakira Bullock (15) works her way by four Granville Central defenders as the Lady Eagles’ varsity girls host the Lady Panthers on Feb. 4. Warren County fell to Granville Central by a score of 42-30. The Lady Eagles traveled to Roanoke Rapids High School on Tuesday to face the…