Wolf named to all-academic district basketball team
Former East Chapel Hill basketball player Michael Wolf has been named the All-District 5 team for NCAA Div. III basketball. Wolf earned the nod representing William Peace and the USA South Conference. The honor automatically nominates him for a possible spot him on the Capital One Academic All-America team.
Wolf currently holds a 4.0 GPA majoring in Political Science at William Peace. He is ranked first in the USA South and seventh in the country for assist-to-turnover ratio (3.5) coming into last week, helping the Pacers' third-year program into second place in the conference.
Wolf is WPU's all-time leader in number of categories – including assists, assist/turnover ratio, and steals – and he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player last year. He was also the first-ever male recipient of the school’s Bierce Outstanding Athlete Award and Scholar-Athlete Award last year.
Ali Cyr-Scully tops 1,000 points for East Chapel Hill
Ali Cyr Scully recently became the first East Chapel Hill player ever to score more than 1,000 points in girls basketball.
A junior, Cyr-Scully is the top scorer in the PAC-6, averaging 26.9 points a game.
Registration open for Tiger Baseball Camp
The 2015 Tiger Baseball Camp has announced its dates for this summer: June 15-19 at Chapel Hill High School. Led by Chapel Hill alum Patrick Currin and Tiger baseball head coach Lee Land, the camp will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily and will help campers with throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, and base-running, benefiting boys and girls of all ability levels, from age 6 thrpough rising ninth-graders.
Currin was an all-conference pitcher at Chapel Hill who went on to play collegiately at UNC Greensboro and professionally with the Oakland A's and Atlanta Braves organizations. Another member of the A's organization, Land played baseball at Wake Forest University and the University of Arkansas before he played professionally.
Other instructors for the Tiger baseball Camp will include current coaches, former and current professional and college players, and current and past players of the CHHS baseball program.
Registration costs $125. Online registration is available at PCBaseballNC.com.