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Tigers Wait, with High Hopes

Could the coronavirus pandemic actually help the Chapel Hill High football team? Coach Issac Marsh thinks it might. Since reaching the 2014 Eastern Regional final, Chapel Hill has won just 10 varsity games. And now, the team doesn’t know when it will next be playing.


High school sports? Not yet, but when?

High school football coaches throughout the state spent the opening day of August going through withdrawal. The first official day of high school football practice, slated for last Friday night, was officially canceled because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.  


High Schools Face an Uncertain Future

Any high school coach of significant stature lives by an annual schedule. When the final week of June rolls around, Jason Curtis is usually compiling paperwork for the upcoming soccer season and preparing for early tryouts.



A Field of Dreams, Not Games

The first thing to know about baseball coaches is even when there aren’t games, they never stop being baseball coaches. When the players are away, there’s still a big field that requires constant mowing, watering and picking weeds.


Chapel Hill (Finally) Pins Orange

“Stay behind the line.” As Tripp Price’s mind was racing, with raucous pandemonium unfolding around him, that was his first thought. His wrestlers at Chapel Hill High had just accomplished something that no Tiger team before it had done…