*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, December 23WrestlingEast Wilkes 36, North Forsyth 32North Surry 72, East Wilkes 12
JONESVILLE — Bill Parker just finished his 47th season announcing Starmount football.
BOONVILLE — It is difficult to single out just one or two or three players who played a significant part in Starmount's success in 2014.There was Josh Houser and Garrett Stokes blowing up the opposing offensive line.
MOUNT AIRY — Khaileel Dailey scored 20 points and Carter Phillips and Nathan Fletcher each added 18 as North Surry defeated Starmount, 73-62, in a nonconference game Monday night.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeMonday, December 22Men's basketballNorth Surry 73, Starmount 62
RONDA — Starmount may have lost four of five matches at the East Wilkes dual tournament Saturday, but Starmount coach David Oliver was happy to see the Starmount wrestling season begin in earnest.
RONDA — The score will show a 12-point win for Wilkes Central over East Wilkes Friday night, but the 65-53 final score won't indicate how close this Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game was.
RONDA — Whatever East Wilkes had in the first half when they were going toe-to-toe with Wilkes Central slipped away in the second half as the Eagles came out with a 74-41 Mountain Valley Athletic Conference win Friday night.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeFriday, December 19Men's basketballWest Wilkes 70, Elkin 43Starmount 72, Ashe County 58
WEST JEFFERSON — James Ashley scored 29 points and Kyler Gregory added 19 points and 13 rebounds as Starmount defeated Ashe County, 72-58, in a Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game Friday night.
DOBSON — No matter how many games Surry Community College's softball team wins this year, the 2015 Knights are already a winning team in the eyes of many throughout the world.
Shannon Holden had 16 points and Kala Doub added 11 as visiting Forbush defeated Elkin, 62-51, in a nonconference game Wednesday night.
INDIANAPOLIS — Brevard College has been announced as one of 25 finalists for the NCAA Division II Award of Excellence for its volleyball team's commitment to fighting ovarian cancer and involvement with the Meme Brown Fight Like a Girl...
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeTuesday, December 16Men's basketballStarmount 71, Elkin 38Women's basketball
OKLAHOMA CITY — The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) has tabbed Furman sophomore Ashton Gregory as an All-American Honorable Mention award recipient, the organization announced Wednesday.
BOONVILLE — Starmount jumped out to an early 12-0 lead and maintained control throughout as it defeated Elkin, 71-38, in a Mountain Valley Athletic Conference game Tuesday night.
*Dates, times, and locations subject to changeMonday, December 15No events scheduledTuesday, December 16
BOONVILLE — The Big A Wrestling Tournament — held Saturday at Starmount High School in the honor and memory of Starmount graduate Austin Macemore — was about something bigger than wrestling, championships and winning...
DOBSON —Three Elkin runners qualified for the 1A/2A state indoor track and field meet on “a cold, blustery day” at the Surry Central Polar Bear meet Dec. 9.
Mountain Valley Athletic Conference co-champions Starmount and Elkin dominated the MVAC all-conference football team.
RALEIGH — Starmount coach Scott Johnson gathered his players in the end zone at Carter-Finley Stadium after the Rams' 34-21 loss to Wallace-Rose Hill in the Class 1AA championship game.
RALEIGH — Starmount's magical postseason run came to an end in a 34-21 loss to Wallace-Rose Hill in the Class 1AA championship game on Friday night at Carter-Finley Stadium on the campus of N.C. State University.
KING — Elkin improved to 5-1 with their fifth straight win - a non-conference win over the Wildcats Friday night.
Starmount fell to Wallace-Rose Hill, 34-21, in the 1AA state championship game in Raleigh Friday night.
DOBSON — On the diamond, members of the Surry Community College Baseball Team unite in a common goal – doing everything in their power to help the Knights win. But on Dec. 6 the SCC Knights came together with an even bigger goal in mind...