Imari Scarbrough

Position: Staff Writer
E-Mail Address: iscarbrough@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 704-694-2161


About Imari Scarbrough

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The Lady Bearcats lost their games on Senior Night, but won a home conference tournament game on Monday evening.
Last Thursday, both the JV and varsity teams lost their Senior Night games. Varsity lost their three sets 17-25, 16-25, and 21-25, respectively. JV lost their matches 15-25 and 20-25. This game was their last regular season match.
Coac

Lady Bearcats advance in conference tourney

The Lady Bearcats lost their games on Senior Night, but won a home conference tournament game on Monday evening. Last Thursday, both the JV and varsity teams lost their Senior Night games. Varsity lost their three sets 17-25, 16-25, and 21-25, respectively. JV lost their matches 15-25 and 20-25. This game was their last regular season match. Coac

Bearcats suffer tough loss to Weddington

The Bearcats suffered a crushing 42-13 defeat in an away game against Weddington last Friday. The loss gives Anson an overall season of 1-6, according to high school sports website MaxPreps.com. The team will play a 3A Southern Carolina game at Piedmont Monday night at 6:30 p.m., after Friday night's game was postponed. They will play at home aga

The first-ever Taste of the Pee Dee Festival, held in uptown Wadesboro on Saturday, brought in a crowd for a day of food, fun and outdoor activities.
Although the Main Event performance was cut short Saturday night due to rain, which also canceled the planned fireworks show, the day overall was a success.
Festivities began at 8 a.m. with the R

Taste of the Pee Dee draws a crowd to uptown Wadesboro

The first-ever Taste of the Pee Dee Festival, held in uptown Wadesboro on Saturday, brought in a crowd for a day of food, fun and outdoor activities. Although the Main Event performance was cut short Saturday night due to rain, which also canceled the planned fireworks show, the day overall was a success. Festivities began at 8 a.m. with the R

AHS volleyball wins tiebreaker against Cuthbertson

The Lady Cats won an away conference match against Cuthbertson last Thursday. Cuthbertson won the first match 25-20. Anson won the second 25-18. In the third set, Cuthbertson came back with a 25-13 win. Anson won the fourth match 25-22, tying the two teams 2-2. Anson broke the tie in the fifth set with a 15-9 win, letting Anson win the game 3-2.

Wadesboro council approves solar facility, looks at finances

During its meeting on Monday, the Wadesboro Town Council approved a rezoning request from Pee Dee Electric Membership Corporation as part of Pee Dee Electric's process to build a solar farm in town. The property zoning was changed from General Business and Residential -20 to Light Industrial. The company plans to build a 100 KW solar farm on Anson

Curtis Napier, 11th grade
Q: How did it happen?
A: I got hit on Aug. 29 but I kept on playing. I had headaches that night and Saturday morning, but continued to play until we played Purnell Swett [on Sept. 19], when I got hit again. That rattled me. I was cut blocking and his knee hit me in the head as I was trying to cut him. I had headaches tha

Concussion Q&A with three Anson High football players

Curtis Napier, 11th grade Q: How did it happen? A: I got hit on Aug. 29 but I kept on playing. I had headaches that night and Saturday morning, but continued to play until we played Purnell Swett [on Sept. 19], when I got hit again. That rattled me. I was cut blocking and his knee hit me in the head as I was trying to cut him. I had headaches tha

Lady Cats lose away games last week

The Lady Cats lost both of their away conference matches last week to Piedmont and Marvin Ridge. Last Tuesday, the girls played against Piedmont and lost 1-3. In the first set, they won 28-26. They lost the second set 12-25, the third set 19-25, and the fourth set 12-25. The girls faced Marvin Ridge last Thursday, losing all three sets. The sets

The 2014 Farm-City Week Dinner was well-attended last Tuesday, and several local citizens won awards.
The county also recognized the centennial celebration of Cooperative Extension this year. Earlier in the year, the local office held a birthday party, and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension also held a celebration in Raleigh.
During the din

Banquet honors local farmers

The 2014 Farm-City Week Dinner was well-attended last Tuesday, and several local citizens won awards. The county also recognized the centennial celebration of Cooperative Extension this year. Earlier in the year, the local office held a birthday party, and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension also held a celebration in Raleigh. During the din

Although the annual Ag Expo & Fair had to relocate from its normal venue at the Lockhart-Taylor Center, contributing to a smaller number of fair-goers, many contestants still made it out to show their livestock, agricultural products and homemade projects last weekend.
Bruce Shankle won best in show in field crops for his fescue hay. In hortic

Annual Ag Expo & Fair draws participants from throughout region

Although the annual Ag Expo & Fair had to relocate from its normal venue at the Lockhart-Taylor Center, contributing to a smaller number of fair-goers, many contestants still made it out to show their livestock, agricultural products and homemade projects last weekend. Bruce Shankle won best in show in field crops for his fescue hay. In hortic

The Bearcats lost their homecoming game to Purnell Swett 35-7 last Friday.
While the Bearcats failed to score in the first three quarters, Purnell Swett made 21 points in the first quarter alone. In the final quarter, the Bearcats made 7 points to Purnell Swett's 14, ending the game 35-7.
This loss gives the team an overall season of 1-4, accordi

Bearcats lose Homecoming game, 35-7

The Bearcats lost their homecoming game to Purnell Swett 35-7 last Friday. While the Bearcats failed to score in the first three quarters, Purnell Swett made 21 points in the first quarter alone. In the final quarter, the Bearcats made 7 points to Purnell Swett's 14, ending the game 35-7. This loss gives the team an overall season of 1-4, accordi





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