Two Swain Athletes Tabbed as 2nd Team All WNC
Asheville – Swain High had a pair of fall players recognized for their performance on the field or court by the Asheville Citizen-Times. The Citizen-Times released their full list of All Western North Carolina selections for fall sports. Fall sports recognized were football, soccer, volleyball and cross country. Two Swain High Standouts were recognized as […]
12 Strong Make All SMC For Fall Sports Season
Bryson City – The following Swain High Athletes were named All Smoky Mountain Conference in their respective sports, while Zachary Cline was Co-Most Outstanding Player in the Smoky Mountain Conference in Soccer, taking the top honor in soccer this season. Ian Brooks, Connor Hyatt, Cody Long, Chase Hughes, Nick Millsaps and Damian Lossiah in football. […]
8 Swain Athletes Tabbed as Honorable Mention All Conference
Bryson City – The following Swain athletes have been named Honorable Mention All Smoky Mountain Conference in their respective sports: Bryce Sain, Colby Kirkland and Thomas Allen (football); Aiden Pond (soccer); Ashton Younce and Kaitlin Anthony (volleyball); Emily Ulaner and Austin SanSouci (cross country).
Freshman Runners Have Strong Showing at CC Championships
Kernersville (Special to the Maroon Devils Network) – It was cold, real cold early Saturday morning, at Beeson Park in Kernersville, NC. In fact, at race time the mercury was still frozen at 28 degrees. But that did not deter your Swain County Maroon Devils from running in the NCHSAA XC 1A State Championships. Austin […]
3 Advance to State CC Championships
Hickory – Swain had three runners advance this weekend to next weekend’s State Cross Country Championships. Amelia Rogers, Gracie Monteith and Austin San Souci advanced and will now get to compete in the 1A State Championships. All three runners are freshman.
Cross Country Teams Compete in SMC Championships
Special to the Maroon Devils Network – Swain High’s cross country teams competed this week in the Smoky Mountain Conference Championships, which were held in Cherokee. The girls team finished in 2nd place overall, just missing Hayesville by 13 points. The team was largely successful due to the running of three All-Conference or All-Conference honorable […]