Eagles take eight events, finish second WALNUT COVE — Surry Central finished second in a track tri-match with South Stokes and Winston-Salem Prep.
The Golden Eagles took first place in eight events, including discus where Chance Beck put in two impressive throws.
Chance set a new personal best with a toss of 130 feet, said Coach Jason Bryant. Then with a later throw he did even better, reaching 131-11.
That mark not only qualified Chance for the regional 2A track championship...
Hodges gives back after receiving a new life North Surry is hosting an organ donor drive during Monday’s softball games.
April is Donate Life Month, so the Lady Greyhounds will take part to celebrate organ donors and recipients like softball coach Willie Hodges.
Hodges received a kidney from his sister in 2009.
Hodges said he was born with just one kidney. Then when he was 6 years old he became ill and tests found damage to his lone kidney.
Doctors kept tabs on Hodges, but the a...
Eagle netters beat Wildcats on Senior Night DOBSON — Surry Central celebrated tennis Senior Night with an 8-1 win over West Stokes Wednesday.
The Golden Eagles honored four seniors, including four-year starters Luke Haymore and Colby Chilton. Then they took care of business, winning five of six singles matches to earn the team win before even starting doubles.
Trevor Smith and Simeon Bracken also were honored before the match.
Trevor has been with the team all four years, while S...