• Week 6 Western North Carolina Players of The Week

    Robbinsville- Black Knights Defense -9 Rushing Yards Allowed / 40 Total Yards of Offense Allowed / 3 Tackles for Loss / 1 Interception Murphy- Mason Cook 8 Total Tackles Franklin- Clayton Guynn 12 Total Tackles / 4 Receptions / 44 Rec Yards / 1 Rec TD Andrews- Bye Week Hayesville- Bye Week Cherokee- Bye Week […]

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  • Big Ben Wachacha Signs With University of Mt. Olive Wrestling

    Graham Co, NC- If you know anything about Robbinsville High School athletics, you know the name Wachacha. A long line of athletes with that last name have left their mark on Graham County, with the most recent being Benjamin Wachacha. Ben was an opponents worst nightmare on the football field and on the wrestling mat, […]

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  • SMC Standings & Leaders Through Week 4

    We are now (give-or-take) 4 weeks into the NCHSAA high school baseball season and it’s time to take a look at how things are shaking out in the Smoky Mountain Conference. The weather has made it difficult for some teams in our area to get games in, but all teams have played at least 4 […]

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  • Knights Launch 4 Home Runs In 13-0 Rout Of Hayesville

    Hayesville, NC- It was a fireworks display when the Black Knights were at the plate during Mondays game against Hayesville. The Robbinsville offense took Yellow Jacket pitchers deep 4 separate times and combined for 17 base hits on the evening. Patience Frapp and Halee Anderson both launched 2 run home runs in the first inning, […]

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  • Black Knights put 7 on the podium at State Finals, including 4 champions

    Greensboro- The Robbinsville Black Knights sent 9 wrestlers to the NCHSAA 1A Traditonal State championships in Greensboro this weekend, and 7 of those 9 ended up on the podium when it was all said and done. As a team, Robbinsville finished second in the state behind Avery County. Team Standings: Avery County- 196 Robbinsville- 134 […]

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  • “Bet On Black”- Black Knights Impress At James Orr

    Robbinsville hosted one of the longest running tournaments in the state on Saturday, and More than a dozen schools made the journey to Graham County over the weekend to compete in the James Orr Memorial Invitational. However, none of them were able to knock off the home team as Robbinsville held their ground and won […]

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  • Black Knights Win Great Smoky Mtn. Grapple

    The Robbinsville Black Knights Wrestling team traveled to Harrahs Cherokee Center to compete in the Great Smoky Mtn Grapple last Saturday. The Black Knights did what they do best, and put 8 wrestlers in the semi-finals against some of the toughest competition in our area. On the girls side of things, Aynsley Fink rattled off […]

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  • Tuesday Knight Football? Robbinsville Hosts Swain Tomorrow Night

    Photo from Jenny Collins Millsaps Tuesday night football, one more ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Robbinsville Black Knights were scheduled to play the Swain County Maroon Devils on October first but, due to COVID protocols on the Maroon Devil side, the game was postponed and rescheduled for tomorrow night. Tomorrow nights game will […]

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  • Smoky Mountain Conference Volleyball Round-Up

    Photo from BT Douthit   Volleyball season is off to a hot start in the Smoky Mountain Conference. COVID has prevented almost every team from playing the correct amount of games, but we are going to do our best to recap what has happened in the SMC thus far.   The Murphy Lady Bulldogs sit […]

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  • Robbinsville Comes Up Short In Nail Biter

    Written by Reece Adams   The Robbinsville Black Knights took on the Brevard Blue Devils Friday night, in a game that came down to the wire. Robbinsville, who had firmly beat the Asheville Cougars 45-23 the previous week, was confident in their ability to continue their success against the Devils.    Opting to receive, the […]

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  • Robbinsville Black Knights Preseason Preview

    Huge thank you to Jenny Collins Millsaps for letting FYN Sports use her pictures!   The Black Knights are a much different football team than they were 4 months ago. Looking down on the practice field yesterday and not seeing Nathan Collins was a hard pill to swallow. Not to mention the loss of Lex […]

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