By Chris Mackie – Thursday, March 6, 2014
The city of Greensboro bills itself as “Tournament Town.”
Considering a recent trend, it could also be known as “Titan Town.”
Thanks to a harrowing 53-52 victory over
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, February 27, 2014
The W’s keep coming for the West Forsyth girls varsity basketball team.
And lately it’s been due to the D.
Defense, the smothering kind that prevents opponents from finding their
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, February 20, 2014
It wasn’t “officially” a New Year’s resolution.
But per January 1, West Forsyth set its sights on becoming an elite high school basketball team.
That decision has obviously
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, February 13, 2014
Winning a championship may not be easy, but the West Forsyth girls varsity basketball team sure made it look that way during Central Piedmont Conference play this season.
Dominant wins over Davie
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, February 6, 2014
High school wrestling is a team sport built around individual achievement.
With that in mind, the weight class title captured by senior Quintin Brinkley at the Central Piedmont Conference
By Chris Mackie – Friday, January 31, 2014
He’s not psychic nor particularly skilled in the art of prediction-making.
But Mike Pennington saw this coming.
A veteran high school basketball coach, Pennington said a month ago that his
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, January 23, 2014
They were tantalizingly close to dethroning defending conference champion Reagan.
But in spite of a strong first-place effort in the final event of the night — the 400 freestyle relay —
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, January 16, 2014
They are the best Titan team you’ve never heard of.
Each an track outstanding athlete in her own right, Alison Price, Mackenzie Newsome, Ellen Spencer and Ashley Smith join forces
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, January 9, 2014
Metaphorically speaking, the holidays produced a lump of coal for West Forsyth Titan wrestling coach Mike Bryant.
Injuries to key starters, sub-par tournament performances and a general team malaise
By Chris Mackie – Thursday, January 2, 2014
December ended with promise.
January begins with opportunity.
Searching to find their rhythm during the annual Frank Spencer Holiday Classic, the West Forsyth boys varsity basketball team went 1-2