CHAPEL HILL - The Chapel Hill High School JV football team will cancel its first game against South Granville for this Thursday 8/29/13. The team does not have enough players at the moment to field a full JV football team.
CHHS is anticipating that more young men will come out for the JV team now that school is back in session. The schools says it hopes to field a team for the rest of the season.
For the first time ever, WCHL and Chapelboro.com are teaming up to bring you live play-by-play coverage of two local football games each week.
Last Friday night kicked off the action as your local radio station and multi-media website continue to be your home for Chapel Hill, Carrboro, OrangeCounty, and ChathamCounty schools’ high school football games Friday night.
Your local schools have never before received this kind of coverage. Each Friday night, you’ll find a link to the games being broadcast at the top of Chapelboro.com. In Orange, Chatham, Wake, Alamance, and Durham you can listen to one of the two games on 97.9 FM and 1360 AM.
For all the local teams’ schedules-including broadcast plans- weekly results, and full game replays, click here.
On October 10, the HargravesCommunity Center will host Project Connect, a one-day, one-stop center to connect the homeless with a broad range of short and long term services.
Since 2007, the event has helped more than 900 people in OrangeCounty; the event is a key strategy of the Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness.
More than 50 social service agencies and 300 volunteers will serve an expected 300 guests and provide them with information on services that could help out.
Project Connect takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the HargravesCenter on North Roberson Street in Chapel Hill.
For more information you can click here.http://chapelboro.com/news/news-around-time/chhs-jv-football-team-wchl-covering-local-football-project-connect/