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Shaw squeezes by St. Augustine's
Sunday, February 18, 2018
RALEIGH – Shaw relied on a rollicking second-half run and a tenacious defensive performance in the final seconds of the game to squeeze out a 55-52 win over rival Saint Augustine’s on Saturday afternoon. The victory was the Bears (18-8, 10-4 CIAA) fourth straight, as they now stand 6-2 for second place. SAU (12-13, 9-5 CIAA) falls to 4-4 within
Steve McNair's son forges own path
Saturday, February 17, 2018
Like many longtime viewers of ESPN, I lament the old days with Chris Berman, Keith Olbermann, Robin Roberts, Tom Jackson and others – when I got my sports news with a little flair and not the other way around. One of the few saving graces for ESPN is its documentaries, which are some of the most informative and in-depth you’ll find. The latest
St. Aug’s puts freeze on spending
Friday, February 16, 2018
Man, CC can’t believe the regular season is almost over. And you know what that means? Next week is our annual report card of A-L-L 24 teams before the tournament begins on Feb. 27. We’re getting tired just thinking about it. WOMEN N.C. Central The Eagles had a banner day at last weekend’s JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem. Senior
Williams promoted to Redskins top personnel post
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Super Bowl week is the time when legends of the big game get to re-live the glory of those championship moments that stand the test of time. Although Pro Football Hall of Famers are considered the most select fraternity in pro sports, the most valuable players of the annual NFL showdown have their unique place in the history of the game. Thirty years to
Bowie State’s Hall wins Deacon Jones Trophy
Monday, February 12, 2018
ATLANTA – Bowie State junior quarterback Amir Hall was named the 2017 recipient of the Black College Football Player of the Year Award. He was presented with the Deacon Jones Trophy, named in honor of the football legend and inaugural Black College Football Hall of Fame inductee. Black College Football Hall of Fame trustees; Mel Blount, James "Shack"
3 HBCU players invited to Combine
Friday, February 9, 2018
South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard, Southern defensive back Danny Johnson and North Carolina A&T offensive lineman Brandon Parker were the only HBCU players invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine later this month in Indianapolis. They join 333 other players for the weeklong showcase in front of coaches, general managers and
HBCU signing day
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Football coaches waited by the fax machines while fans stayed glued to social media to keep up with the latest signings on National Signing Day. North Carolina Central interim coach Granville Eastman and staff introduced 19 new recruits at a signing ceremony Wednesday night at the NCCU School of Law. Five of the 19 were early signees. Of the total, 14 are
Special honors for Kongolo, Moton
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
North Carolina Central great Amba Kongolo, along with a slew of family and friends, watched her jersey unveiled last Saturday during halftime of the women’s game against Delaware State. Kongolo is still the only CIAA player to be drafted by the WNBA. (For more on her career, see previous story.) The Eagles had their three-game home win streak broken
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Conference on sexual responsibility for teen males

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