Summit Charter School girls capped off a historic season Saturday morning defeating Highlands School 30-19 to win their first ever Tri-State Conference Championship. Trailing 14 – 10 at halftime,
Lady Bears win 10th basketball game in a row
Chase Kenter of Cashiers has been hopping in the pool since about the time he learned to hop at all.
With just their second full year of year-round competition partially completed, the Highlands Hurricanes are already making waves at competitive swimming events.
BRMS wins 1, loses 1
Twenty-one members of the Highlands Hurricanes swim team recently traveled to Murphy for a December invitational meet against four other teams from North Georgia and Western North Carolina.
The Smoky Mountain Conference recently released its all-conference selections for the fall sports season.
Thanks to funding from the University of North Carolina Press, Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library will reissue the rare regional classic “Twenty Years of Hunting and Fishing in the Great
The Blue Ridge Early College soccer team’s season ended in the second round of the state 1A playoffs for the second year in a row on Nov. 8.
The Blue Ridge Middle School girls basketball team opened their 2016-17 campaign last week with a 41-32 win at Rosman.
The Blue Ridge Early College soccer team opened the state playoffs with a win for the second year in a row on Saturday.
The Highlands Hurricanes swim team took second place in a five-team Fall Fun Invitational earlier this month in Murphy.
Lady Bobcats win conference
Sapphire Valley Resort and Red Bird Golf Links recently announced the winners of their “Big Cup Challenge,” which was held earlier this month and was the resort’s effort to help contribute to the C
A pair of moves in the final minutes of Blue Ridge Early College’s soccer game against Highlands on Monday moved the Bobcats one step closer to the school’s first Smoky Mountain Conference Champion