Category: Sports

Frisbee Nationals

Excitement was palpable and tensions ran high the weekend of May 4-5, when the Carrboro Clams, CHS’ ultimate frisbee team, brought home their first State Championship title. The Clams, an unofficial team not recognized or sponsored by the school, have gone to States every year, but this is the first time they’ve ever won. Winning […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the Jagwire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, April 22 to Friday, April 26. Men’s tennis lost to NCSSM on Monday in the quarterfinal round of the State tournament. The team finished the season 10-5 overall and 8-2 in the […]

Weekly Sports Update

Every week the Jagwire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, April 22 to Friday, April 26. Men’s tennis won in the first round of postseason 5-1 on Tuesday. The team plays next Monday against NCSSM in the quarterfinal round and will compete […]

Overbeck commits to UNC volleyball

Sophomore Carson Overbeck will be playing for UNC’s volleyball team starting 2021. On April 11, Carson Overbeck, sophomore, announced her verbal commitment to UNC volleyball. Overbeck has been an integral part of the CHS varsity volleyball team since her freshman year. Overbeck additionally plays as a libero or defensive specialist for Triangle Volleyball Club. Now, […]

ICYMI: Sports Update

Every week the JagWire will recap the sporting events from the past week. Check below to see the winners and scores from Monday, April 15 to Friday, April 19. Men’s tennis traveled to the Conference tournament hosted by NCSSM. Two singles players, Aidan Chung and Cal Baruch, and two doubles teams John Blobe/Jake Twer and […]

CHS Athletes Commit

On April 17, seniors Brandon Betts and Elise Deshusses each committed to respective colleges in the gymnasium for athletics. Parents, coaches and friends all joined to celebrate the student-athletes. “I’m proud of Brandon, I’ve played with him for three years now and have seen how hard he works. I’m really proud of him,” said Samuel […]

ICYMI: Sports edition

Every week the JagWire will recap sporting events that took place over the past week. See below for the results from Monday, April 8 to Friday, April 12. Softball mercy ruled both Cummings and NCSSM on Tuesday and Wednesday this week thanks to a strong performance by senior Iza Tudryn. The team will look to […]

March Madness grips Carrboro

Carrboro students filled out their winning brackets and submitted them to the Carrboro High School 2019 group. Photo courtesy Ike Bryant It’s time once again for America’s second favorite pastime (or first depending on who you ask): March Madness. The 80th NCAA tournament is officially underway and fans around the world are preparing for another […]

First track meet runs smoothly

Senior Roman Perone (left) runs the 100m hurdles with sophomore Brian Buck (right). Photo by Jade Simpson On Thursday, March 7, Carrboro competed in its first track meet against North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM). The team ended strong with the women winning 76-29, while the men lost 58-64. Track meets are scored per event, so each athlete gains points for their team by placing highest in their events. […]

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