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Editor’s note: The Times-News will be featuring area student-athletes, one male and one female each time, for their work on the playing field, the classroom and their communities.

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RALEIGH — The grave sits perched on a hill in the historic 72-acre Oakwood Cemetery near downtown. It bears “Valvano” carved in large letters on polished black stone, honoring North Carolina State’s charismatic coach who sold big dreams and t…

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MEBANE — Graham-Mebane Lake’s annual bank-fishing catfish tournaments will take place on four Saturdays, May 18, June 15 and July 13, from 8 p.m.-midnight and Aug. 10 from 7-11 p.m. at 3218 Bason Road, Mebane, weather permitting.

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GRAHAM — Graham Recreation and Parks presents the inaugural Legacy Bass Tournament for adult and youth entries on Saturday, April 20, at Graham-Mebane Lake, 3218 Bason Road, Mebane. Registration begins in person on Monday, April 1, at the mar…

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Editor’s note: The Times-News will be featuring area student-athletes, one male and one female each time, for their work on the playing field, the classroom and their communities.

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Editor’s note: The Times-News will be featuring area student-athletes, one male and one female each time, for their work on the playing field, the classroom and their communities.

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Coaches for each regional team of the BodyArmor State Games High School Baseball Showcase, which will take place Tuesday-Friday, June 18-21, at Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium at Charlotte, have been selected.

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Editor’s note: The Times-News will be featuring area student-athletes, one male and one female each time, for their work on the playing field, the classroom and their communities.

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BURLINGTON — The registration deadline for Alamance/Burlington Senior Games and Silver Arts, which is open to the county’s residents ages 50 and older, is Friday, March 1, at 4 p.m.

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After 39 years at the school, and 32 years roaming the sidelines, John Kirby is hanging up his whistle and retiring as both head football coach and an exceptional children’s program teacher and Eastern Alamance High School.

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Editor’s note: The Times-News will be featuring area student-athletes, one male and one female each time, for their work on the playing field, the classroom and their communities.