Shelly Barnes will be responsible for launching the school’s athletics program.
The franchise has entered into an agreement with an organization that owns and operates select Minor League clubs affiliated with Major League Baseball.
Whether you’re looking for a ballpark classic with a twist or something new to try while rooting for the home team, these treats are sure to get you talking.
Head to Truist Stadium to catch all the action this season.
Get ready to place your bets, Winstonians.
Buzz surrounding the team after their record 2023 season is translating into higher season ticket sales.
High schools compete for bragging rights in the basketball tournament. It’s named after a man who influenced the sport locally.
Home Field Advantage, the nonprofit raising a majority of funding for the project, anticipates the first games at M. Douglas Crater Field and Stadium will be played in fall 2024.
The hockey team’s fans can enjoy a game and cheer on players in new ways.
The new facility is an investment in the student athletes and the football program that leaders say is already paying dividends.
The three-time team captain reflects on his time in Winston-Salem.
The Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission wants to acknowledge the golf course’s role in desegregation. It has submitted a proposal to add the facility to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Sandhills region of NC is home to some of the best golfing in the state (and country).
The tournament at Wake Forest Tennis Complex draws international stars for more than a week of action. Here’s what you need to know if you’re planning to be one of thousands of fans in the stands.
Winston-Salem Cycling calls Gears and Guitars “the biggest party on two wheels.” The cycling competition is also a festival with free concerts all weekend long, so you don’t need a bike to take part in the fun.
Gov. Roy Cooper signed House Bill 347, aka the Sports Wagering Bill, into law — making sports betting apps legal throughout North Carolina.
The Demon Deacons are playing in their first College World Series since 1955.
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