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Car review: 2015 Dodge Challenger
Saturday, September 6, 2014
PORTLAND, Ore. – We came to the City of Roses to test drive the 2015 Dodge Challenger. But that was really a misnomer. Yes, we drove the Challenger, well three of them, but the real news here was brand expansion rooted in horsepower. Dodge wants to reassert its heritage as a mainstream performance brand, and with the 2015 Challenger, it takes a big
NCCU’s Clarke has big game over ECSU
Saturday, September 6, 2014
DURHAM – Andre Clarke bulled his way to three rushing touchdowns and a hard-hitting defense held Elizabeth City State to just one score, as North Carolina Central cruised to a 34-7 victory on a steamy Saturday night inside O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. The win is the first in the coaching era of new NCCU head coach Jerry Mack, who was presented with
Rams hire new PA announcer
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Bowie State men’s basketball coach Darrell Brooks is the new president of the CIAA Men’s Basketball Coaches Association. He replaces the departed Shawn Walker, who left Elizabeth City State for Grambling State. Hmmm, is a fashion show involved? Winston-Salem State named its new PA announcer: Jeremy “JJ” Johnson. Johnson is the
Eagles try to rebound from loss
Thursday, September 4, 2014
The college football season gets in full gear for all divisions this weekend. Chowan coach Tim Place has hired former Hampton assistant Darryl Bullock to coach the defensive line. Bullock will also be the team’s recruiting coordinator. N.C. Central (0-1) vs. Elizabeth City State (0-0) The Eagles and Vikings always will have a special link after
NCCU and the good ol' days of CIAA
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Where have the years gone? Elizabeth City State’s trip to Durham this weekend got me to reminiscing about N.C. Central and its days in the CIAA. It seems like yesterday that NCCU was tearing up the conference in football, women’s basketball and volleyball? Yes, it was Division II, but the Eagles were the most exciting teams in the Triangle.
Hotels, tickets seal the deal for CIAA and Charlotte
Thursday, September 4, 2014
CHARLOTTE – The CIAA is making its home and basketball tournament long-term Charlotte residents. The league, Charlotte Hornets and Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority officials signed off on the deal at a Wednesday press conference at Time Warner Cable Arena, where the championship will be contested through 2020. Included in the pact is $100,000 to
JV football: Spartans rally for win
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
DURHAM – Southern rallied from a 14-0 deficit to defeat crosstown rival Hillside 26-20 in thrilling junior varsity action. With the game tied, the Spartans recovered a fumble at their 45-yard line with 3:02 left. Quarterback Jalen Greene led Southern on an eight-play 55-yard drive for the winning touchdown. Greene also kept the drive alive with a
A new start for Eagles volleyball
Thursday, August 28, 2014
N.C. Central The Nicki Holmes era begins this weekend. Hired as N.C. Central’s new volleyball coach in April, Holmes replaced Georgette Crawford-Crooks whose contract was not renewed. He takes over a NCCU team that hasn’t had a winning season since 2007. The Eagles are predicted to finish next to last in the MEAC South, but Holmes is
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