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Eastern Alamance’s varsity football team needed two days to knock off McMichael on the road in its regular season finale, as the Eagles initially kicked off against the Phoenix on Friday night, only to have the game delayed to Saturday afternoon due to severe weather. Fortunately for EAHS, a…

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Eastern Alamance’s varsity football team put together a strong first half in Saturday’s rivalry showdown with Western Alamance, which happened to coincide with Homecoming festivities at Fred Brady Stadium. The Eagles, attempting to secure a shot at a second straight undefeated regular season…

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On a rare Tuesday evening game night, Eastern Alamance’s varsity football team hung tough on the road for a 41-21 triumph at Rockingham. The Eagles improved to 4-0 heading into the biggest game of the season - a Saturday afternoon homecoming clash with fellow undefeated Western Alamance with…

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A four-run bottom of the fourth broke things open for Eastern Alamance’s softball team Tuesday night as the Eagles knocked off MId-State Conference rival Rockingham County, 5-2 at home in Mebane. The Eagles got on the scoreboard first with a run in the top of the first, and the four-run four…

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When the 2020-2021 Eastern Alamance boys varsity basketball season ended in February, a 13-year run of having a member of the Mann family suit up for the team ended, too.

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Family and friends in his grandparents’ home. Delicious fried chicken in the kitchen. The North Carolina A&T State University shirt under his jacket.

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Eastern Alamance High’s softball team - the defending NCHSAA 3A state champions - is off to a 3-0 start to the 2021 season following a hard-fought 3-2 victory Friday night at home over arch rival Western Alamance. EAHS swept a trio of Mid-State Conference matchups against Person, Northern Gu…

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Due to a COVID-19 issue within the varsity football team, Eastern Alamance High School was forced to postpone its varsity football game against Rockingham the evening of March 19. Eastern High head coach John Kirby indicated that the Eagles are set to make up their road contest against the C…

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“We get the ball to start the second half. We’re going to go down and score. Then we’re going to stop them, and we’re going to go down and score again. We’re not out of this game. This is our house!”

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On Wednesday, March 10, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) Board of Directors concluded a special called meeting for the purpose of finalizing the 2021-2025 Realignment Plan and implementing the 2021-2022 sports calendar. The Board also altered playoff qualification…

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Eastern Alamance’s varsity men’s soccer team celebrated Senior Night in fine fashion on Wednesday, as the Eagles outlasted Mid-State Conference rival McMichael for a 5-2 victory, which concluded EAHS’s overall regular season record with an 8-3-1 finish. The triumph was Eastern’s fourth in si…

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The Eastern Alamance High School lacrosse squad has enjoyed tremendous success in recent years, as former head coach Tony Aguilar built the program from the ground up into a perennial state playoff team. However, with Aguilar’s departure to Eastern Guilford High School, new head coach Conley…

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Eastern Alamance’s varsity football team withstood a fierce challenge Friday night from Mid-State Conference rival Person County, fighting their way to a 21-12 triumph in the 2021 home opener on a bone-chilling early March evening at Mebane’s Fred Brady Stadium. The Eagles improved to 2-0 on…

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On March 5, Mr. Wayne Douglas Thomasson was stopped for a motor vehicle violation on S. NC 87 Highway. During the course of the stop, it was found the defendant had .20 grams of methamphetamine inside the vehicle. 

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A slew of top performers for various Eastern Alamance High fall and winter sports earned All-Conference honors, as announced by the Mid-State Conference. A total of 14 EAHS men’s and women’s athletes were named All-Conference in the sports of volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’…

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The Mebane Enterprise earned a 2020 North Carolina Press Association Award, as announced at the organization’s annual convention on Friday, February 26. Enterprise Editor Adam Powell came in third place in the Sports Columns category for a series of sports columns he wrote throughout the year. 

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Eastern Alamance’s women’s basketball team played its heart out in Saturday night’s NCHSAA 3A East Regional semifinal matchup with Asheboro, and had a legitimate opportunity to move on to the state semifinals. But despite their best efforts, the Mid-State Conference champions came up just a …

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Eastern Alamance’s varsity football team moved up its season opener at Northeast Guilford to Thursday from Friday due to the threat of cold, rainy weather. But as the Eagles finally got going with its new season after a 15-month absence, there was nothing holding them back. The Eagles domina…

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Eastern Alamance’s women’s basketball team hosted Southeast Guilford Thursday night in the second round of the NCHSAA 3A state playoffs inside Tal Jobe Gymnasium. The undefeated Eagles blew out Harnett Central in Tuesday night’s opening round, while Southeast Guilford went on the road and up…

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The Mebane Business Association will be hosting our 32nd annual Dogwood Golf Tournament at the Mill Creek Golf Course on Friday, April 23, starting at 9:00 a.m.. Mill Creek Golf Course is located at 1700 St. Andrews Drive, Mebane, N.C., 27302. 

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The undefeated Eastern Alamance women’s basketball team improved to 12-0 Tuesday night and advanced to the second round of the NCHSAA 3A state playoffs with a convincing 71-47 victory over visiting Harnett Central inside Tal Jobe Gymnasium. The Eagles pulled away from the Trojans down the st…

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After getting off to an impressive 2-0 start with a pair of lopsided early wins over Person and Northeast Guilford, the Eastern Alamance men’s soccer team faced its toughest early test of the season back on February 2, when they hosted perennial Mid-State Conference powerhouse Northern Guilf…

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The Eastern Alamance women’s basketball team is advancing to the NCHSAA 3A state playoffs after winning the Mid-State Conference regular season championship with a perfect 11-0 record. Although the Eagles did not play three scheduled games in mid-winter due to COVID-19 protocols, their cruci…

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Coming off a dangerously-close battle on the road last week at archrival Western Alamance, undefeated Eastern Alamance made things much easier on themselves Monday night, as the Eagles controlled the tempo and dominated throughout much of the first three quarters on their way to a convincing…

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On Monday night, Eastern Alamance’s men’s basketball program celebrated seniors Camden Gerlach and Evan Mann, who played their final games inside Tal Jobe Gymnasium. For Mann, who watched his three older brothers play and wear his same No. 12 jersey for the Eagles throughout his childhood, t…

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The Eastern Alamance High men’s and women’s swimming teams competed in the NCHSAA 3A swimming Central Regionals earlier this month at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The Eagles women’s squad placed 11th overall in the Regionals, while both the women’s and men’s squads had some notable individ…

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After spending two weeks away from game action due to COVID-19 protocols, the Eastern Alamance women’s basketball team got back to action this week and picked up where it left off. When the Eagles were forced to stop playing in late January after coming into contact with an opposing team tha…

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Eastern Alamance’s men’s basketball team ended a two-game losing streak Tuesday evening by defeating Mid-State Conference foe Rockingham County, 63-55, on the road in Wentworth. With the redistricting of the NCHSAA conferences, there’s a strong likelihood this will be the last meeting betwee…

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Eastern Alamance High’s men’s and women’s swimming teams competed in the Mid-State Conference championships on January 27, participating in a wide range of individual and team relay events. Men’s swimmer Owen Sawyer brought home a conference championship in the 100-meter butterfly event, as …

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The Eastern Alamance men’s basketball team had a couple of key games this past week against two of the better teams in the Mid-State Conference, as they traveled to Person County on February 2 and hosted league leader Northern Guilford in Mebane the evening of Friday, February 5. With the EA…

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Eastern Alamance’s men’s soccer team opened up its 2021 season with a pair of lopsided victories, as the Eagles dominated Person County 7-0 in its season opener in Mebane the evening of January 27, and then earned a second straight shutout on Saturday, January 30 with a 4-0 triumph over Nort…

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Baseball in Burlington finally has its own identity. One that embraces the history of the community, and one that they can say is uniquely theirs. Burlington Baseball announced the morning of Monday, February 1 via their Youtube channel that the long-awaited rebranding process has culminated…

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Eastern Alamance’s men’s and women’s swimming squads faced off against local rival Western Alamance on January 22 on Senior Night. Eastern had plenty of winning individual races in both the men’s and women’s competitions, led by Braylee Carter on the women’s team, and Owen Sawyer, Andrew Eva…

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Congratulations to the Mebane Youth Soccer Association’s (MYSA) Reign Girls Team for bringing home the Championship at the Beast of the East Tournament. The Reign went 4-0 over the weekend, scoring 22 goals and only conceding 3 goals throughout the entire tournament. This group has been quic…

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Eastern Alamance’s men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up an important sweep of Mid-State Conference rival McMichael Tuesday night, as the Eagles won a pair of impressive victories over the Phoenix. 

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On Monday, February 1, at 10:00 a.m., the Burlington Baseball organization - formerly known as the Burlington Royals - will officially announce the new rebranding of Alamance County’s amateur baseball club in the century-old Appalachian League. Burlington Baseball will be revealing their new…

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Eastern Alamance’s women’s basketball team continued its winning ways this past week, as the Eagles crushed Rockingham County 63-24 to improve to 5-0 on the season. Coming off a thrilling 58-57 overtime win the previous week at Northern Guilford, the Eagles cruised to their fourth lopsided b…

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The Eastern Alamance men’s basketball team split another pair of games this past week, as the Eagles hosted Rockingham County in Mebane the evening of January 19 before traveling to Western Alamance the evening of January 22. EAHS picked up a 21-point victory over Rockingham to improve to 3-…

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Longtime Eastern Alamance high cross country and track and field coach J.J. Knox recently received the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Commissioner’s Choice Award that he was selected to receive for the 2019-20 school year.

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The Eastern Alamance men’s and women’s cross country squads competed in the NCHSAA Mideast cross country regionals on January 16 at the WakeMed Soccer Complex in Cary. A total of five EAHS men’s runners and six Eagles women’s runners competed in the event. 

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Taking to the road Friday night for their first away contest of the season, Eastern Alamance’s men’s and women’s basketball teams had decidedly different outcomes as they faced Mid-State Conference rival Northern Guilford. 

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Things are becoming clearer as to who Eastern Alamance’s future conference opponents will be in all of its sports starting with the 2021-22 academic year. The North Carolina High School Athletic Association posted the second draft of the 2021-2025 Conference Realignment on its web page.

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Eastern Alamance swept a pair of key Mid-State Conference matchups on Tuesday night, as the Eagles women’s squad picked up their third straight triumph, while the EAHS men won its second straight. The EAHS women improved to 3-0 with a 54-39 win over the Rockets, while the Eagle men improved …

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Eastern Alamance’s men’s and women’s basketball teams opened up the 2021 season this past week with a pair of Mid-State Conference games against Morehead and Northeast Guilford. For the EAHS women, it was the opening of what they hope will be a very promising season under longtime head coach…

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The Eastern Alamance volleyball squad wound down its season this week with a series of conference matches against Western Alamance, McMichael, and Morehead. The Eagles completed a season sweep of their arch rival Warriors with a four-set triumph in Elon on January 4, which was followed by a …

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The Eastern Alamance men’s and women’s cross country teams both placed second in the Mid-State Conference cross country meet, held Monday, December 21 at the scenic lakeside course at Lake Cammack in Burlington. In both races, the Eagles placed second behind conference champion Northern Guilford. 

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Earlier this month, on Wednesday, December 2, Eastern Alamance’s women’s and men’s cross country squads participated in the first meet of the new season - a Mid-State Conference showdown with league rivals Northern Guilford, Western Alamance, and McMichael at Burlington’s Lake Cammack. 

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association submitted its first draft of the newly-proposed conference realignment proposal for the 2021-22 school year on Thursday morning.