Tyrone Outlaw of Person leads the PAC-Six boys all-conference basketball team.
Morgan McGee of Durham Hillside and Maddie McCallie of Durham Riverside shared PAC-Six 4A girls basketball player of the year award.
East Chapel Hill had another good night passing the ball in its 35-28 win Monday night at Durham Riverside. With all the footballs flying at Linny Wrenn Stadium, it might be easy to overlook the improvement in the Wildcats' defense and special teams.
Due to rain and a soggy field at Linny Wrenn Stadium, East Chapel Hill's Piedmont Athletic 4-A Conference football game at Durham Riverside High School has been rescheduled for Monday evening at 7 p.m.
By TERRY HILL
DURHAM – Durham Hillside started the game by fumbling away the opening kickoff and sputtering on its first offensive possession.
That's about all that went wrong for the Hornets on Friday night.
The No.1 team in the N&O rankings stayed undefeated, cruising to an easy 43-0 road victory over Durham Riverside at Linny Wrenn Stadium.
Wakefield coach J.D. Dinwiddie was not very pleased with his team's play Friday night even thought he Wolverines defeated Durham Riverside 27-0.
After suffering their only defeat of the season last week, losing to Greensboro Dudley, the 4-A Wolverines got off to a sluggish start before scoring 21 second quarter points.
Durham Riverside, Millbrook and Enloe earn berths in the state boys basketball top 10. Undefeateds Hopewell, Fayetteville Sanford and McDowell County are Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
Cary, Orange High schools win the 4A and 1A/2A state titles at the championships in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009.