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Monthly Archives: November 2022

Williams rallies to keep soccer season alive with come-from-behind win

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News One of the best boys’ soccer teams in the state needed to do something it hadn’t done all season, and Williams was up to the task Thursday night. The Bulldogs rallied to win a game. “It was a fun game,”...

Council approves rezoning to allow hotel’s conversion into apts. to attract millennials

Burlington’s city council has given the all-clear to an out-of-state company’s plans to transform one Maple Avenue motel into an apartment complex tailored for the “millennial market.” The council unanimously approved a rezoning request on Tuesday that will enable Manhattan-based GoodHomes Communities to undertake this...

Bulldogs count on Thompson’s soccer presence

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News When Tyler Thompson played in his first boys’ soccer game for Williams, he was surprised by his role. Coach Jeremy Krist knew what he was doing. “I got off the bus,” Thompson recalled of the 2019 season opener at Reagan,...

Southern inducts 5 athletes, 1 team to school’s Athletic Hall of Fame

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Five individuals and a state-championship softball team were inducted into the Southern Alamance Athletic Hall of Fame during the weekend. Southern Alamance won the 1999 fastpitch softball state title in Class 3-A following a runner-up finish the season before....

Elon senior from Burlington appreciates big role

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Torrence Williams is winding down his sixth season with Elon’s football team. He’s hoping his impact with the Phoenix lasts even longer. “I didn’t really have a lot of expectations coming in. I just wanted to do the best...

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