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East Forsyth’s Lyles signs to play for Chanticleers

    East Forsyth’s Lyles signs to play for Chanticleers

Ty Lyles had a high school career that you really only see in the movies. Multiple state championships and more accolades than you can count. In less than a month, Lyles will head to Conway, South Carolina, and enroll in Coastal Carolina University.

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2020 sports year in review

    2020 sports year in review

As we close out the year, I wanted to look back on the year of sports, because I don’t think we will ever see another year like this.

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Negro Leagues finally get recognition as Major League

    Negro Leagues finally get  recognition as Major League

Negro Leagues finally get recognition as Major League

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‘The League’ is back

    ‘The League’ is back

‘The League’ is back

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Stevenson positively impacting the lives of local youth

  Stevenson positively impacting the lives of local youth

Ensuring the success of the next generation is not just a goal for Antonio Stevenson, it is a way of life. His work with at-risk youth has made a tremendous impact in the community.

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Is professional boxing dead?

  Is professional boxing dead?

Is professional boxing dead?

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WSSU alumnus Miles Timmons lands dream opportunity as Global Graduate at Reynolds American

  WSSU alumnus Miles Timmons lands dream opportunity as Global Graduate at Reynolds American

WSSU alumnus Miles Timmons lands dream opportunity as Global Graduate at Reynolds American

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Tyson vs. Jones – fans were the big winners

  Tyson vs. Jones – fans were the big winners

Tyson vs. Jones – fans were the big winners

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Local trainer is bringing the mindset of world speed to local sports

  Local trainer is bringing  the mindset of world speed to  local sports

Local trainer is bringing the mindset of world speed to local sports

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Another legend retires from career, but not life’s mission

  Another legend retires from career, but not life’s mission

The City of Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks department will have to replace another one of their greats. Louis Lowery Jr., assistant supervisor at 14th Street Recreation Center, will retire as of Dec. 1.

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