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South Pointe Track Star Signs With Western Carolina

Khalil Jackson, South Pointe High Long Jumper, will run track at Western Carolina next season. Jackson, who finished 2nd in the state long jump championships, stated that WCU felt just like South Pointe, so he knew it had to be his next home. For complete audio from the press conference click below. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/KhalilJacksonSigning.mp3 Podcast: Play […]

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Wednesday Morning Sports Report

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Winthrop Baseball Comes from Behind to Down Campbell 8-5 in Big South Tournament

BOILING SPRINGS, NC- The No. 3 Winthrop baseball team rallied to score four runs in the seventh inning to defeat No. 6 Campbell in its opening game of the 2015 Big South Conference Tournament sponsored by Hardee’s and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The Eagles will now play No. 2 Coastal Carolina on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. Sam […]

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Tuesday Morning Sports Report

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Paulsen, Kaczka and Crohan Earn Big South All-Conference Honors

CHARLOTTE, NC- Anthony Paulsen, Matt Crohan and Brad Kaczka have been named to the 2015 Big South All-Conference Team, it was announced on Monday. Paulsen was named to the First Team while Crohan and Kaczka received Second Team honors. Kaczka was also named to the Big South All-Academic Team. This is the first time since […]

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Monday Morning Sports Report

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Three Records Broken; Eight Earn All- BSC Honors At 2015 Track & Field Championships

HIGH POINT, NC—Winthrop set three school records and had eight athletes earn All-Conference honors as the 2015 Big South Conference Track & Field Championships concluded on Saturday at High Point University’s Vert Stadium. Sophomore Marthaline Cooper captured the hammer throw with a record-setting distance of 63.85 meters. Senior Andrew Chavous shattered the school record in […]

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