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Mohamed Massaquoi talks about visiting Bears, draft day prospects

Mohamed Massaquoi, former wide receiver for Independence High School and University of Georgia, visited with the Chicago Bears this week for a pre-draft workout. Massaquoi has been moving up most draft charts. On the comparison between him and Hakeem Nicks, another former Patriots star wide receiver:
I think we’re different. I really don’t know what class […]

By |April 10th, 2009|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Carolina Panthers’ Jordan Gross visits Bain

Jordan Gross was at Bain Elementary School last week to raise awareness about cystic fibrosis. The school is raising money to help find a cure for the disease.[imagebrowser id=71]

By |April 2nd, 2009|Schools, Sports|0 Comments

MHAA baseball opening day canceled

The opening day for the Mint Hill Athletic Association baseball season, scheduled for tomorrow, has been canceled due to the rain.

“We’ll pick up with the schedule when the weather clears back up,” MHAA President Don McDaniel said.

The association will have a Family Fun Day on April 25 as a make up for the cancellation of […]

By |March 27th, 2009|MHAA|0 Comments

Celeste Stewart voted player of the year for SW4A conference basketball

The Butler Lady Bulldogs were upset by West Charlotte in the semifinals of the state 4A basketball tournament in Greensboro last weekend. The loss ends the most successful run ever by a basketball team at Butler. Despite the early exit from the tournament, the Lady Bulldogs can at least take solace in having four players voted to the All SW4A Conference team, including Celeste Stewart who won player of the year. Coach Stephanie Butler was named coach of the year. On boys side, A.J. Evans was named to the All Conference team.

For Independence, Jessica Blair was named to the All Conference team. […]

By |March 9th, 2009|Butler High School, Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments