Union Pines senior Matthew Maness recently signed a letter of intent to attend Sandhills Community College and play for the 2013-2014 Flyers men’s basketball team.
Sophomore Kermeriaz Harrington was one of six Sandhills Community College basketball players to receive Region X honors presented at the conference tournament held last month at Catawba Valley CC.
Kermeriaz Harrington made University of Northwestern Ohio basketball coach Chris Adams a very happy man at Sandhills Community College Friday afternoon.
The Sandhills Community College basketball team’s bid to make it to New York and vie for another NJCAA Division III National Championship came to a screeching halt Friday night.
The Sandhills Community College basketball team took care of business in a dramatic way at last weekend’s Region X tournament.
One of the improbable heroes of the Sandhills Flyers’ 70-69 overtime victory over Caldwell CC for the Region X title on Sunday was T.J. Gill, who finished the game with a team-high 17 points.
T.J. Jones scored with 0.8 seconds remaining in overtime to give Sandhills Community College a 70-69 victory over Caldwell CC in the Region X tournament championship game Sunday afternoon.
Pinecrest’s Mary Grace Phipps is bringing the patented hop, skip and jump that preceded her big swings to the Sandhills Community College volleyball team in the fall.
Sandhills Community College Flyers to play for Region X title today after defeating rival Davidson County Community College in Saturday's semifinal round.
Raheem Washington scored 30 points, including seven baskets on dunks, as Sandhills Community College wrapped up the regular season with a 107-60 victory at Central Carolina CC Thursday evening.
The Sandhills Community College basketball team was defeated 112-104 at Davidson County Community College Wednesday evening.
The Sandhills Community College basketball team put on a show for its fans at Saturday’s final home game held at The O’Neal’s School’s Bradshaw Activities Center.
The Sandhills Community College Flyers basketball team is continuing to attract major attention across the state, especially after a story in the state's two largest newspapers this past weekend.
The Sandhills Community College basketball team (19-5) was humbled for the second time this season by Louisburg College (21-1) Saturday afternoon.
The odds were solidly stacked against a Central Carolina Community College basketball team that brought six players to Thursday’s game against the No. 6 ranked Sandhills Flyers.