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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Princeton's success, Gators ending skid are hot topics

While the third phase of the high school football season has begun for two teams in the News-Argus readership area, nine squads have enjoyed a much-needed break this week. Players get a chance to heal the nicks, bruises and bumps...

Walnut Creek LGA

Jewel Ivey claimed the the Walnut Creek Club Championship for the 2009 season earlier this week. Faye Franklin emerged the runner-up. Novella Zambelli won first flight. Gaye Bryant and Joyce Reynolds captured second and third flight, respectively. In the final...

Thursday preps

DURHAM -- Wayne Christian used a balanced offensive effort to down Carolina Christian 1-A Conference opponent Cresset Christian 25-17, 25-21, 24-26, 25-22 on Wednesday afternoon. Brittany O'Hara led the Eagles with 13 kills and eight digs. Hanna Kaler dished...

Trojan spikers turn back St. Andrews in 4 sets

MOC Sports Information LAURINBURG -- Senior outside hitter Alicia Mote logged a double-double -- season-high 21 kills, 11 digs -- as league-leading Mount Olive turned back St. Andrews 25-17, 25-14, 25-27, 25-23 in a women's college volleyball match Wednesday evening....

Warriors fend off Saints, 1-0

There's no longer any guaranteed wins in Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference men's soccer play. Eastern Wayne fended off scrappy Southern Wayne and claimed a 1-0 victory Wednesday evening at Little Big Horn. The Warriors (4-6-1, 1-2-0 ECC) snapped a three-game...

Reigning ECC camps roll along

PIKEVILLE -- Glaring weaknesses surfaced in Charles B. Aycock's double-overtime victory over Eastern Wayne on Monday evening. The Golden Falcons worked out the kinks Wednesday. Tyler Lynch supplied two goals and two assists as Aycock cruised past Triton 6-2 in...