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Countdown to three weeks
Thursday, August 11, 2016
The Triangle’s HBCU teams are in full throttle as football practice heats up on the field – in more ways than one. N.C. Central For starters, the Eagles don’t have many question marks. Quarterback Malcolm Bell has solidified his position behind center. Sophomore running back Dorrel McCain is back for another breakout season, and the
N.C. A&T ranked in preseason poll
Thursday, August 11, 2016
North Carolina A&T hasn’t been ranked in a preseason poll in over 10 years. But STATS FCS ended that streak by voting the Aggies No. 25 in its Media Top-25 Poll. “We don’t worry about expectations,” said coach Rod Broadway, whose team was picked to win the MEAC for a second straight year. “We just try to do the best we can
Bats, Muck Dogs win Long Ball titles
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
The Long Ball/Durham Triple Play Leagues baseball program concluded its seventh season last week with its annual doubleheader championship at Durham Athletic Park. The junior division title matchup featured the Bats vs. the Rock Hounds. The Bats were looking to make it a sweep after winning the regular season title. And they did just that with a 7-1
Mike's Ballers roll to Chavis League title
Monday, August 8, 2016
RALEIGH – Led by a talented cast featuring NBA star P.J. Tucker, Mike's Ballers won the Chavis Adult Basketball League title with a convincing 100-83 victory over Kenny's Sharp Shooters Thursday at Emery Gymnasium. Tucker, a Raleigh native, was part of a strong nucleus, which led Mike's Ballers to a 9-1 regular-season record and a top seed entering
MEAC raises bar for other conferences
Friday, August 5, 2016
For all the jokes and criticisms about MEAC Commissioner Dennis Thomas over the years, the conference continues to be a leader in HBCU sports management. The MEAC was the first conference to institute instant replay in football and the first to use wireless headsets. And when it comes to football luncheons, the conference has it going on. I admit
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