Ladies LAX

Chris Haugh, Sports Editor

April 21, 2016

  The women’s lacrosse team is just about at the midway point in a promising season. With 10 games under her belt, first year coach Jen Yoder is leading the Caps to what looks like a winning season.   With 8 wins and 2 losses on the season, the Lady Caps are looking to stay hot and finish out the season with more wins and dive head first into the state playoffs.   As of right now the Caps sit at 7th in the...

Medal coming home to NC

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

April 15, 2016

  The ACC tournament has come to an end and the championship hardware is headed back to Chapel Hill. The Tarheels beat a tough University of Virginia team to win the championship game.   This year's tournament was held in our nation's capital, Washington DC. The tournament was played in the Verizon Center which is home to the Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitals, the WNBA's Washington Mystics, and the NC...

Tarheels take trophy

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

March 15, 2016

  The ACC tournament has come to an end and the championship hardware is headed back to Chapel Hill. The Tarheels beat a tough University of Virginia team to win the championship game.   This year's tournament was held in our nation's capital, Washington DC. The tournament was played in the Verizon Center which is home to the Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitals, the WNBA's Washington Mystics, and the NC...

Alumnus returns to coach Caps football

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New Varsity Football Coach

Trey Walker, Reporter

March 12, 2016

Late afternoon on Friday, March 11, both JV and Varsity football players were summoned to the auditorium. Few players had heard anything about this sudden gathering. Once everyone had settled in, athletic di...

Broughton alum shines

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

February 22, 2016

  “Devonte Graham with the basket”    The familiar announcer’s call for those who attended Broughton basketball games a few years ago has now become a familiar sound to the fans of the University of  Kansas Jayhawks.    Graham was a three-year varsity basketball player at Broughton and graduated in 2013. At Broughton, Graham carried his team to competing for a state championship in 2013.   “My s...

Swim state championship

Swim state championship

February 16, 2016

On Thursday, February 11, the swim team competed in the State finals in Cary, North Carolina. The caps put on quite a display, with junior Jack Messenger taking home a first place trophy for the 100...

Graham grabbing buckets

Graham grabbing buckets

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

January 12, 2016

“DEVONTE GRAHAM with the basket!”    The familiar announcer’s call for those who attended Broughton basketball games a few years ago has now become a familiar sound to the fans of the Uni...

Running through the six….degree weather

Regan Curtis, Reporter

December 15, 2015

  It’s December and Broughton’s most serious runners know what that means: freezing cold workouts, and running through the rain.   Indoor track, more commonly known as winter track, is a unique sport because it defies its name. The meets are indoors but the majority of the season’s spent training outside. Events are shorter than the cross country races, and similar to those of spring track and field.  ...

Appreciation for some often-overlooked athletes

Appreciation for some often-overlooked athletes

November 24, 2015

Cheerleading is a sport often overlooked when considering the multitude of athletic teams at Broughton. However, these athletes ought not be forgotten.   “Last year we had a very successful competition season, w...

Triangle basketball is back

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

November 20, 2015

With cold weather arriving, here comes college basketball. Last Friday, November 13, the collegiate basketball season tipped off. Teams from all around the country began their season and their journey to March.   College basketball in the triangle is a wonderful thing. Having UNC, Duke and NC State all very close in proximity is a special treat for basketball fans. UNC begins their season being ranked No. 1 in the cou...

Triangle Teams Tip-off

November 18, 2015

With cold weather arriving, here comes college basketball. Last Friday, November 13, the collegiate basketball season tipped off. Teams from all around the country began their season and their journey to March Madness. College basketball in the Triangle is a wonderful thing. Having the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Duke and North Carolina State University all close in proximity is a special treat for basketball...

Soccer success

Hardy Hogan, Sports Editor

November 12, 2015

Laney high school awaits the red hot Capitals, on Saturday, November 14  in the quarter-finals of the men’s soccer state playoffs. The game will be played at Laney High School at 7 p.m. in Wilmington.   “It’s going to be a very fun game,” head coach Nick Wheeler said, “I don’t know much about Laney, but I know they are very good. However, if we stay focused and keep playing the way we know how to play, we ar...

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