With six minutes, 30 seconds left in the N.C. 4A state semifinal soccer match against Myers Park on Tuesday, Hough High girls soccer star Courtney Carroll got very angry. And very determined.
Weddington and Community School of Davidson’s girls soccer teams played for N.C. state championships Saturday at N.C. State. Weddington lost by a goal in the 3A final and CSD won the 1A championship in a dramatic thriller after four overtimes.
Jason Grube, who led East Mecklenburg to the 2008 N.C. 4A boys’ basketball championship, is the new head coach at Hough.
Jeff Gordon is feeling better for Sundays FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway after experiencing spasms last Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR Sprint Cup at Dover International Speedway: It took a stop at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Jimmie Johnson has enjoyed much success, to earn his first win in 2014. Does Matt Kenseth, who has found much success in Sundays FedEx400, have next?
Six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champ Jimmie Johnson won for the first time this season at last weeks Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Hes racing Sunday at Dover International Speedway a track where he has eight career victories.
Joey Logano has won four consecutive Nationwide races at the Monster Mile and goes for a fifth Saturday in the Buckle Up 200. If Logano does win, hell tie a Nationwide Series record for consecutive victories at a track, joining Jack Ingram (South Boston), Dale Earnhardt (Daytona) and Kyle Busch (Texas).
Nearly 10 years ago, Huntersville resident and physician assistant Bill Heisel saw a need for a motorsports program to keep over-the-wall NASCAR crewmen performing at their peak. Today he’s joined by physical therapist Ken Breath, also of Huntersville, and athletic trainer Angela Sneed of Mooresville as they treat the motorsports athletes in the shops and at the track.
2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup at Dover International Speedway: Jeff Gordon heads into Sunday’s FedEx 400 on top of the Sprint Cup Series points standings. ... Who’s Hot/Who’s Not features drivers Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch and Kasey Kahne.