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List of 6 news stories.

  • Cabarrus trio makes ALL-USA North Carolina first team

    Cabarrus County basketball has once again proven its dominance in the state of North Carolina.

    National newspaper USA Today is the latest to make it known.

    Of the five players honored as first-team selections on the American Family Insurance ALL-USA North Carolina Boys Basketball Team on Wednesday, three of them are from Cabarrus County Schools: Jay M. Robinson senior Lavar Batts Jr., Cannon School junior Jairus Hamilton and Cox Mill sophomore Wendell Moore Jr.
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  • Loaded field highlights 43rd Southern Cross

    One thing is abundantly clear heading into the 43rd annual Southern Cross Golf Tournament at Palmetto Golf Club: whoever walks away with the trophy will certainly have earned it.

    The best high school golf teams in the state of South Carolina, along with defending champion Cannon School of North Carolina and a handful of individuals, will battle it out for 36 holes beginning Friday, with one of the most prestigious titles in the region, if not the country, up for grabs.
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  • Cannon School’s Isabella Hartung ranked No.1 tennis player in the state

    The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has ranked Cannon School’s Isabella Hartung ’24, of Davidson, the No.1 tennis player in the state of North Carolina for girls aged 12 and younger.
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  • Invasion of the yogis at Cannon

    There is a lot of stress relief going on at Cannon School thanks to the continuously growing yogi population.

    A yogi is a practitioner of yoga; and if you look around campus you will find pockets of yogis of all ages. They are inhaling, exhaling, focusing on their movements and pushing stress away for an hour during their busy weeks; and they are starting to have an impact on the school’s culture.
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  • Cannon holds living history museum

    Fourth-grade students at Cannon School recently participated in a living museum.

    Representing prominent figures from American history, students impressed visitors with thoughtful, well-rehearsed speeches and great costumes.

    See the article in Independent Tribune.
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  • Cannon students participate in unconventional learning activities

    Cannon School students Grant Delaney and J.J. Stoudmire smiled as they placed jewels into a slimy, green concoction they made. They and other students in their group chattered about giving the goop to their mothers as gifts; with shiny jewels to find inside.

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