Cary, NC – The big unveiling of Cary’s professional women’s soccer team came only a few days before the National Women’s Soccer League’s (NWSL) draft. And with that draft, Panther Creek graduate and Cary local Claire Wagner joined her new home town team. Read more
Cary, NC — Nineteen high school marching bands – that’s 1,700 students – will compete at Panther Creek’s 7th annual marching band competition on September 27, 2014. Read more
Cary, NC — According to the widely read U.S. News High School Rankings, three Cary schools made the top 10 in North Carolina. But what’s behind the numbers? Read more
Cary, NC — Panther Creek Senior Nubian Spann had never dunked in a game before Friday night. His first official jam made it onto ESPN’s Top 10. Read more
Cary, NC – Once again, two high schools in Cary have earned top awards for their high graduation rates. Read more
Story and picture from Panther Creek Invitational.
Cary, NC – This Saturday, September 29, 2012, is the 5th Annual Panther Creek Invitational (PCI) Marching Band Competition. It is spectacle-size entertainment and everyone is invited. Read more
Story by staff reports. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – This week, Panther Creek and Green Hope high schools won an appeal to stay in their current Tri-9 4A Athletic conference in Wake County Public Schools. Read more
Story from staff reports. File photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – Playing tough is one thing. But an excessively hostile atmosphere at a game in Person County last week is causing some parents to ask the NCHSAA to take another look at a plan that reassigns Panther Creek and Green Hope to the PAC 6 Conference. Read more
High School Basketball in Cary
Marvin has been catching a few games around town – boys and girls, Panther Creek, Athens Drive, Cary High and Green Hope.
Interesting (at least to photographers), Marvin shot these pictures with a remote controlled flash. That’s unusual for sporting events and accounts for the crisp action pictures and vibrant indoor colors.
How About Your High School?
If your Cary area high school is not represented here, reach out to someone in your community who is shooting your games and recommend they contact the photo editor at CaryCitizen.
All our photographers make a voluntary contribution of their work. We rely on the community for our high school sports coverage. Any sport, any school in Cary is welcome.
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