The Bulldogs excelled in the relays to guide them to another girls’ state championship while Hillside star Marcus Krah took boys’ MVP honors, steering the Hornets to their first state crown since 2000.
The Cleveland and Chapel Hill girls track and field teams flirted with the N.C. High School Athletic Association 3A state team lead, but the Triangle schools settled for second and fourth place, respectively.
Corinth Holders played right with the favored Trojans (24-4) for five innings, went ahead in the sixth, only to see that lead slip away in the bottom half of the inning. Then, down to its last out, Alec Seaton, the ninth batter in the Pirate order, doubled to force extra innings.
The 2D Marine Aircraft Wing Band has prepared a program filled with patriotic songs for the third annual Garner Veterans Memorial Salute to the Troops. The free concert will be held Sunday, May 22 at 6 p.m., at Aversboro Road Baptist Church in Garner.
I’ve told many people over the years that newspapers are recorders of history in the making. What happens in Zebulon, Wendell or Knightdale this week may be big news today, but it will be history in 2066.