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Thursday, August 27, 2009

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Goldsboro started strong and fended off Rocky Mount Prep 25-13, 25-21, 22-25, 10-25, 15-4 on the high school volleyball scene Wednesday afternoon. Sterling Simmons paced the Cougars with three service aces. Natalia Dungee added six kills. Yusely and Yunely...

Cougars, Warriors look to revamp rushing attacks

A sound running game can be a young quarterback's security blanket, help head coaches sleep at night and is the engine that makes most high school offenses go. Running the football with consistency was something both Goldsboro and Eastern Wayne...

Eastern Wayne dashes past Hunt

Eastern Wayne picked up the pace just in the knick of time. As the team's second race of the season came down to the final half mile, it looked as though Wilson Hunt was going to out-pace the host Warriors...

OPINION - Local gridiron plots thicken

The opening act led to an enticing, dramatic plot as the high school football season kicked off Friday. Here are the Week 1 storylines: * Transfers -- New Princeton quarterback David Gurganus, a starter at Charles B. Aycock last season,...

C.B. Aycock tops Greene Central soccer

PIKEVILLE -- The channel hasn't changed. Episodes of the "Rodriguez Show" continue to run at Charles B. Aycock. Jose and Chama (also called Jose) Rodriguez combined for four goals in the Golden Falcons' home-opening, 6-3 victory over Greene Central on...