The two-time NCHSAA 4-A state champion Athens Drive girls golf team hasn't let up on the Tri-Nine Conference this season.
We're halfway through the Tri-Nine Conference volleyball season. Here's a look at the conference standings.
Not a single Tri-Nine Conference game has been played yet in boys soccer. However, after a few non-conference games, the conference looks like it may be in for a big surprise this year.
Only a couple of days separate us from the start of football season. For those of you unable to watch today's live taping of the Outer Loop Sports Show, you may have missed my predictions for where each team will finish. So here they are:
You'll have to wait till Wednesday to read my football predictions on the year. As for the rest of the fall sports, I won't keep you waiting any longer.
Today's N&O previewed eight area football conferences as well as the football-playing independent schools.
With the first week of fall sports practice almost in the books, it's clear now more than ever that the 2010 football season is upon us. To help whet your appetite for football stories, I decided it would be fun to rank the top five jerseys in the Tri-Nine Conference.
Who's No. 1? Click "Read More" to find out.
As some of you may have found out in recent years, a number of things in Tri-Nine Conference operate based on rotations.
MaxPreps.com, a high school website where coaches can log stats, win/loss records and more, has come up with a mathematical way of predicting football conferences.
As we've noted before in earlier articles, the new NCHSAA 11-in-11 rule — which would either force schools to go without a bye week and play 11 games in 11 weeks or use a bye week but only play 10 games in 11 weeks and takes effect in 2011 — will have a huge effect on the Tri-Nine.