NCHSAA announces ADM numbers to be used in bracketing the football playoffs.
Confronting perceived inequities between public and private high schools was one of the hottest topics at last week’s National Federation of High School State Associations meetings in Nashville, Tenn.
One solution to conflicts between club athletic programs and interscholastic competition was suggested this week on the Sports Illustrated on-line site -- high schools should just quit fielding athletic teams.
Some veteran North Carolina high school coaches will be brushing up on coaching basics during the next few years.
The Atlantic Coast Conference’s new $3.6 billion television deal with ESPN includes three Friday games each year.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association has worked for years to keep the ACC from televising its football games on Friday nights, which are the traditional playing night for high schools in the state, but the tide could not be stopped.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association indoor track and field championships will be moving to the JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem next spring. The meet is scheduled for February 9, 2013.
The NCHSAA and Green Hope impose sanctions following Friday night altercation.
Few area wrestlers survive NCHSAA 4A semifinals.
Last night, Panther Creek filed an appeal with the N.C. High School Athletic Association over the exclusion of its boys basketball team from the state playoffs.
This morning, NCHSAA commissioner Davis Whitfield responded saying there would be no change that would admit Panther Creek to the boys basketball playoffs. And later today, Panther Creek athletics director Todd Schuler said the school will accept the NCHSAA ruling.
In Whitfield's response to Panther Creek's appeal, he says that the Board of Directors did not change the qualification process in December. For the 4A bracket, that meant still having one wildcard from the east and one from the west.
The N.C. High School Athletic Association released its proposal for conference realignment on Thursday.