Butler placed third in the final Wachovia Cup standings at 372.5 points. The Bulldogs had top spring finishes including third in women’s outdoor track and a tie for third in women’s soccer. The Wachovia Cup award, sponsored by Wachovia, a Wells Fargo Company, and the NCHSAA, recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performances within each of the state’s four competitive classifications. The Wachovia Cup program has concluded its 30th year. […]
Cierra Burdick, who might just be the best basketball talent in Mecklenburg County since Antawn Jamison, ranks near the top of ESPN Hoopgurlz Terrific 25 list of the 2011 class. Burdick is currently playing for the national 16U team and is the only North Carolina player in ESPN’s top 25.
We may not know what students will attend the new Mint Hill high school, but we do know who the principal will be. CMS announced today Mark Nixon, current principal at East Meck, will take the helm of the new high school when it begins a little more than one year from now. Rad more about Nixon in next week’s Mint Hill Times. Here’s the CMS press release… […]
The Town of Matthews released a statement today in support of CMS’s Tuesday vote to postpone the decision on the boundaries for the new Mint Hill high school.
“We have been hearing from people that the plans were never on the CMS Web site and there had not been an opportunity to fully discuss the impacts […]