Surry Central (0-2) at Wilkes Central (2-0)
Monday night in Moravian Falls presented a tough matchup for the Wilkes Central volleyball team, as North Surry pulled away in each set to win 25-9, 25-10 and 25-11 for a 3-0 victory.
Andrew Bynum was a blur on Friday night in Moravian Falls.
Wilkes County teams went 3-0 on Friday night as East Wilkes, North Wilkes and Wilkes Central all came away with wins. West Wilkes plays at Pine Lake Prep on Saturday.
While each of the other seven boys’ soccer teams in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference have already started their 2015 campaigns, last years’ runner up, Wilkes Central won’t start their season until Sept. 8.
Tuesday night’s volleyball match in Moravian Falls between Wilkes Central and Hibriten was a roller coaster ride of improbably comebacks and unlikely heroes.
Wilkes Central (1-0) at West Iredell (0-1)
Sports Editor Zach Colburn and Assistant Sports Editor Brandon Moree give the rundown on the W...
The high school football season is nearly here and we want this BRAND NEW PAGE to be your destination for all the football news and updates you need. In Week 3, North Wilkes is hosting Forbush and Wilkes Central is hosting Surry Central. Both East Wilkes and West Wilkes have the week off.
As far as Wilkes County is from the Atlantic Ocean, it’s easy to pay little heed to messages urging preparedness for hurricanes that often hit the Carolina coast this time of year.
Albert Einstein has been quoted as saying, “I fear the day technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.”
It was good to see that Ronda was on a list of the 10 most charming tiny towns in North Carolina.
RALEIGH — As a very public advocate of parental choice in education for most of my adult life, I am used to having my intentions questioned.
As a cyclist who has ridden the Brushy Mountain area for more than 25 years, I am ashamed of the actions of a very few of my cycling brethren. (Aug. 19 article, “Cyclists cause of concerns.”)
The question of drug testing people receiving public assistance in the Food and Nutrition Program was brought up in the Aug. 4 Wilkes County commissioners meeting.