Will Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs or Tom Brady’s Buccaneers win in Tampa

Don't place that bet 'till you've heard from our Kid Contributor
By Bryson Best | February 6, 2021

Charlotte sports in 2020: The impact of Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter

We take a look at how the health crisis and racial reckoning affected local sports.
By Kallan Louis | December 30, 2020

Former Carolina Panther Thomas Davis Sr. announces retirement

The NFL linebacker, who spent 14 seasons with the Panthers, will play his final regular-season game this weekend.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 30, 2020

The Kid Knows Sports: Panthers vs. Packers prediction

Our Kid Contributor knows it'll be a tough game for the Carolina Panthers, but he's previewing Saturday's matchup and predicting a winner.
By Bryson Best | December 18, 2020

Hornets’ President, CIAA Commissioner talk joining sports leadership council, Covid effect and increasing tourism

Fred Whitfield and Jacqie McWilliams are among the 31 individuals part of the North Carolina Sports Leadership Council. The group is helping to increase sports event tourism across the state.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 15, 2020

Covid Effect: CIAA cancels basketball season, including 2021 tournament

The board also voted to cancel the women’s volleyball season.
By Katrina Louis | December 14, 2020

The Kid Knows Sports: LaMelo Ball to the Hornets

Our kid contributor is back and telling you five things you need to know about the Hornets' new player.
By Bryson Best | November 20, 2020

Gastonia native Nate Hinton on 2020 NBA draft: ‘I’ve been waiting for this moment all my life’

The former University of Houston guard wants to help put Gastonia on the map and represent his hometown in the NBA.
By Jonathan Limehouse | November 18, 2020

How is the Covid-19 pandemic affecting the CIAA basketball tournament?

No championship dates have been determined, but CIAA official says “all options in terms of formatting” are being considered for basketball tourney.
By Jonathan Limehouse | November 9, 2020

These swimmer sisters want to get rid of the stereotype that ‘Black people can’t swim’

The Florida natives say learning to swim is critical for the Black community. Research shows higher drowning rates in Black children compared to other groups.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 12, 2020