Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti MINT HILL, NC – In preparation for a potential second COVID-19 outbreak when school reopens in the Fall, Queen’s Grant High School has installed a germicidal ultraviolet light system in every classroom, hallway, and office on their campus to protect students and staff.
Article from The News & ObserverBy journalist Steve Wiseman For the first time since the NCAA relaxed the graduate transfer rule in 2011 and it subsequently became a popular route for college player movement, Duke is adding a player in that manner. Patrick Tape, a 6-10 forward from Charlotte who played three seasons at Columbia, told […]
Article from WCNC NewsBy author Savannah Levins CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If you’re stuck at home and going a little stir crazy, fear not. There are ways you can stay connected with your friends — virtually. For example, a new google chrome extension called “Netflix party” allows friends to watch shows together, in sync – with a […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti The Lady Stallions proved to be no match for the more experienced and athletic team from Langtree Charter Academy on Friday night on the Stallions home court. In the first half, the Lady Lions took a 39-19 lead into the intermission. Primarily on the hot shooting hand of Emerie Tilmon […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti The senior power and shooting forward for the Queen’s Grant Stallions reached a career milestone when he scored his 1000th career point in the first period of Friday nights win over the Lions from Langtree Charter Academy. Murphy was selected last season to the PAC-7 All-Conference team and is clearly […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti Queen’s Grant High School student, Carson Sproles, has been working on completing his Eagle Scout Project on the school’s campus recently. The Eagle Scout rank is the highest and most coveted award in all of Scouting, and it is the final step in the advancement program.
Article from Matthews Mint-Hill WeeklyBy reporter Kayla Berensen Joseph Brundrett, a high school senior at Queens Grant High School, spent this holiday season partnering with Cindy’s Hope Chest, a nonprofit run by Cindy Summers through his project, Joe’s Jolly Elves. Cindy’s Hope Chest works with women battling breast cancer.
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti Queens Grant Varsity Basketball Team is looking forward to a very successful 2019-20 season. The team will be led by 2 returning All-Conference seniors in Jeremiah Murphy and L.B. Boyette, as they chase the PAC 7 Conference title and another bid to the State Playoffs.
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti Queens Grant Lady Stallions basketball is in a rebuilding phase, and will be starting five freshman, and build toward the future. We want to play an up tempo style of basketball, using our speed to run out an get easy baskets. Have active hands in the passing lanes and limiting […]