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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

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Kim Martell flirted with a triple-double as Wayne Country Day swept Goldsboro 25-9, 25-21, 25-17 on the girls' volleyball scene at Norvell T. Lee Gymnasium on Tuesday evening. Martell delivered seven kills, eight digs and eight service aces for...

Eagle netters climb to 4-0 this season

A quick start -- and finish. Wayne Christian seized the first game on each singles court and cruised past Franklin Academy 9-0 at Herman Park on a sun-splashed, pleasant Tuesday afternoon. The pro sets (eight games) passed quickly as the...

MOC men share 10th in region poll

MOC Sports Information MOUNT OLIVE -- Welcome back. Mount Olive College, for the sixth consecutive year, has earned a spot in the regional poll. After their season-opening victory over USC Aiken, the Trojans share the No. 10 ranking in the...

Knights' Frazer earns league honor

Junior Sam Frazer, who hails from Goldsboro, has been named the Conference Carolinas women's soccer player of the week. An Eastern Wayne graduate, Frazer tallied the "golden goal" in the 109th minute of a 2-1, season-opening triumph over Chowan...

Eastern Wayne battles Hunt in three-set defeat

Eastern Wayne could not overcome a disappointing first-set defeat in a 26-24, 25-8, 25-18, non-conference loss to Wilson Hunt on Tuesday afternoon in New Hope. The host Warriors claimed a 20-16 lead in the opening set on the strength of...

Triton girls, S. Johnston boys prevail in meet

Triton pulled off a rare cross country feat on Tuesday afternoon on its way to dominating the girls' portion of the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference kickoff meet at Waynesborough Park. The Hawks placed four runners among the top five and...