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The Championship Way

The Championship Way Community School of Davidson’s Malia Ellington just concluded one of the state’s all-time best careers on the track. Pure domination. How else do you describe the career of the Lake Norman area’s most successful and decorated track star of all time? Malia… read more about The Championship Way

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The Demand for 30

The Demand for 30 Curry’s jersey is hottest ticket in town Once March hit, the demand began. Bill Reilly, the assistant manager of the Davidson College Store on Main Street, started ordering No. 30 Davidson Wildcat T-shirts around the time March Madness kicked off. Davidson alumnus… read more about The Demand for 30

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The Perfect Ending

North Meck’s Crisp earns state title in final high school race North Meck track and field has become synonymous with star Viking senior Vincent Crisp over the previous four years. Crisp has forever changed the school’s reputation on the track and sprinkled his name through the Viking record… read more about The Perfect Ending

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Herald High-Five

This week, Sports Editor Andrew Stark takes a look back on the sports year that was in Huntersville, Davidson and Cornelius and rates the top five teams from the 2014-15 athletic seasons. With a very limited number of spots, the list is an exclusive club. Lake Norman Charter girls soccer went… read more about Herald High-Five

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New Kids on the Block

North Meck is quickly becoming a rugby powerhouse HUNTERSVILLE – In some cases, the score of the game is the least relevant event, and the 2015 North Meck ruby team certainly proved that. When Viking senior Corey Patton was a sophomore in 2013, he played rugby at rival West Meck. Patton and… read more about New Kids on the Block

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One and Done

DAVIDSON – This was the first season Woodlawn School competed in the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association, and Trailblazer girls soccer coach Tim Helfrich wanted his team to make the most of its opportunity. The Trailblazers entered the tournament as the No. 3 seed riding the momentum… read more about One and Done

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20 to Treasure

DAVIDSON – The only thing holding Malia Ellington back from owning the state’s all-time record for track and field medals is her school, but she won’t hold that against the Spartans. Community School of Davison is a sense of pride for Ellington, and she is certainly the pride of the… read more about 20 to Treasure