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JV football: Millbrook defeats Wakefield
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Millbrook freshman quarterback Sam Hood threw for three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to a 54-13 victory over Wakefield in junior varsity action. Hood hit Junior Corona for 69 yards, Drew Johnson for 16 and Ben Williard for 2 yards. Also getting in on the scoring act was Benton Primm, who scored on a 40-yard reverse from Corona, Nathan Roeback (14 yards)
NCCU celebrates homecoming with win
Sunday, October 16, 2016
DURHAM – North Carolina Central amassed 422 yards of total offense and recorded a season-best six sacks during a 33-3 homecoming victory over Savannah State inside a packed O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. NCCU (5-2, 4-0 MEAC) remains unbeaten in the conference with its 11th consecutive win over MEAC opposition, including seven straight to end the 2015
VUU women, VSU men picked to repeat as champions
Friday, October 14, 2016
The CIAA women’s coaches produced few surprises in their preseason order of finish. Reigning champion Virginia Union is the No. 1 overall pick, followed by Shaw at No. 2. The teams met in last season’s tournament final, which the Panthers won in coach AnnMarie Gilbert’s first year. VUU advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight before losing a
Falcons travel to first-place WSSU
Friday, October 14, 2016
Tennessee State went down to defeat by one point against Eastern Illinois. That leaves the SIAC’s Tuskegee as the only undefeated HBCU team left. St. Augustine's (2-4, 2-1 CIAA) vs. Winston-Salem State (4-3, 3-0) The Falcons haven’t won two games since 2014’s 3-7 record. Quarterback D.J. Johnson (left) scored on a 10-yard run in the
Falcons, Bears clash in volleyball
Thursday, October 13, 2016
You know basketball is near when the preseason polls start. CC wishes we had a dollar for every poll out there. Anyway, Division I Bulletin ranks Virginia Union men No. 23, for whatever that’s worth. The CIAA will release its preseason predicted order of finish on Friday, past CC’s print deadline, but you can catch the update on our blog. The
Hillside's Jackson readies to further his track career
Thursday, October 13, 2016
DURHAM – Hillside High senior Desmond Jackson, 17, recently returned from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where he was Team USA’s youngest male competitor in track and field at the Paralympic Games. Jackson, whose leg was amputated before his first birthday due to a birth defect, said, “It was a really great experience… a once-in-a-lifetime
Tuskegee sets the DII bar
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Former CIAA Commissioner Leon Kerry had a familiar saying when it came to NCAA Division II championships and HBCUs. “The biggest difference between Division I and Division II is you can win a championship in Division II,” he said. Kerry last said those words after Virginia Union, under legendary men’s basketball coach Dave Robbins, won
Benedict women, men picked to win division
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Unlike its other Division II counterpart, the SIAC announced its preseason basketball players of the year and predicted order of finish last week. On the women’s side, Tuskegee’s Rachel Brownlee was named the preseason women’s basketball player of the year, and Benedict’s Destiny Betts the defensive player of the year. Brownlee
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