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Chris Clark

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Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

WBB: Demon Deacons’ Hoover relieved of duties immediately, university says

Wake Forest University Athletic Director John Currie said late Wednesday afternoon that women’s basketball head coach Jen Hoover will no longer be needed as part of the Demon Deacon program. → Read More

Debinha solidifies superstar status, leads NC Courage to first Challenge Cup crown

The North Carolina Courage have a superstar on their roster. Her full name is Débora Cristiane de Oliveira but most know her simply as Debinha. → Read More

St. Augustine’s football player talks about Super Bowl trip he earned in Madden tournament

Chris Pitts not only got to go to the game but had a whole week of once-in-a-lifetime experiences in Los Angeles. → Read More

Team Roush Fenway Keselowski sweeps Duels at Daytona

In the Duels, it was Roush Fenway Keselowski teammates Brad Keselowski and Chris Buescher taking the checkers to sweep the second row. → Read More

Blue Devils’ concessions now suspended indefinitely amidst COVID-19 concerns

The school stopped serving drinks Jan. 8 amid rising COVID-19 infections. The ban was said to go until Friday, Jan 21., was extended two more days until Jan. 23, but then pushed out even further – this time indefinitely. → Read More

After losing 7 games to COVID-19, ‘Canes get schedule rearranged to make up contests

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN0 – The Carolina Hurricanes lost seven games so far this season due to COVID-19. All were pledged to be played at a later date, and Wednesday we found out when. Unlike last year where there was little to no time for make-up dates, the NHL wedged games in where it could. Sometimes […] → Read More

Sunday’s game between Hurricanes and Nashville postponed due to COVID cases among Predators

Tickets for Sunday's game will be valid for the rescheduled game to be played at a time to be announced. → Read More

Coach Anson Dorrance gets 900th win with UNC women’s soccer as team topples #15 Notre Dame

Dorrance, the only head coach in the program’s 43-year history, is the NCAA record holder in wins. He is 330 ahead of former Connecticut head coach Len Tsantiris, who is second. → Read More

5-time high school football coach of the year David Green to retire at end of season

CARY, N.C. (WNCN) – Green Hope High School football coach David Green will call it a career once this season wraps up. Green is a five-time high school football coach of the year. He’s won four conference championships and over 180 games in his 49-year career. Friday, after Green Hopes won over Green Level, he told his team this season will […] → Read More

UNC football lands monster recruit

Zach Rice ranks as the No. 1 offensive tackle in the 2022 class and the No. 7 overall prospect according to the 247Sports Composite. → Read More

Wolfpack puts on a show at Primetime with the Pack

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The North Carolina State men’s and women’s basketball teams have been practicing for a few weeks, but just like the old adage about a tree falling in the woods, it wasn’t real to the students and fans until Primetime with the Pack on Thursday. The event was half party, half practice, […] → Read More

After 4th quarter win over Garner-Webb, Campbell looks for revenge against Monmouth

One guy they are looking to slow down is Monmouth freshman quarterback Tony Muskett. → Read More

Hoping to continue win streak, Shaw football preps for Virginia Union

In the last two contests, the Bears' offense put up 93 points while their defense held the opposition to just 6. → Read More

NFL star Todd Gurley stops by NC Central football practice, leaves players with words to live by

Gurley considers himself an honorary Eagle through family ties. His sister and brother both hold degrees from N.C. Central and his brother is currently employed there. → Read More

Don’t use the word ‘last’ when talking about Coach K’s final season at Duke

"I told my staff and everyone around me not to use the word 'last.' This is my 47th year (coaching), my 42nd year at Duke and I'm going after it the same way I've gone after every year," said Krzyzewski. → Read More

Wolfpack basketball gets big commit from big man known as ‘Baby Shaq’

North Carolina State University men’s basketball made a big splash in the recruiting world Wednesday night by getting 6 foot 10, 250-pound Shawn Phillips to commit to the Wolfpack. → Read More

UNC’s Mack Brown doesn’t let 4-star running back George Pettaway get away

"UNC, it was checking all the boxes from relationships to the offense, the facilities, the education side of it, the after-football aspect," George Pettaway said. → Read More

On our toes: Fayetteville State receives new turf field, upbeat for new season

The school stepped up and purchased 89,000 square feet of the RootZone 3D3 blend system high performance turf. This turf has texturized fibers that hold down the pebbles and sand you see popping up on other fields giving more stability to athletes. → Read More

Cutcliffe pushes Blue Devils during Duke’s first practice in pads

"That's practicing 4th quarter football," said Cutcliffe. "You want to know who's going to bring it in the 4th quarter." → Read More

‘Championship or bust’ – Fayetteville State Broncos have sights set high

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – It’s a new year with a brand new field at Fayetteville State University, but the overall goal for the Broncos football team always remains the same. “Our goals are the same,” said head coach Richard Hayes. “We want to win the southern division. We want to win the CIAA, make it […] → Read More