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Thursday, October 29, 2009

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AYDEN -- Jesus Sandoval supplied two goals as state-ranked Spring Creek defeated Ayden-Grifton 5-0, and claimed its third Carolina 1-A Conference boys' soccer championship in the past four seasons Wednesday evening. The Gators (14-2-1 overall, 8-0-0 CC) did not...

MOC winter sports preview

Banners recognizing conference championships in numerous Mount Olive College sports hang throughout Kornegay Arena. Something is missing, however. And Carmilo Guerci hopes to change it. The Trojan men's volleyball team finally gets to play for a conference title this season....

Jacobs really catching on as Dawgs top target

Following Princeton's 4-8 season a year ago, Patrick Jacobs had no idea that in a matter of months his football world would get turned upside down. A new quarterback, a position change and a full immersion into the spread offense...

Goldsboro earns first program win

What a way to end the season. Bryan Johnson collected the game-winning goal late in the first half, and Goldsboro nipped Princeton 2-1 for its first-ever boys' soccer victory in program history Wednesday evening. It was the Carolina 1-A...

C.B. Aycock tops Triton in ECC final

PIKEVILLE -- Five-peat secure. Barely. Chase Thompson's goal in the 94th minute capped a stirring second-half comeback as Charles B. Aycock edged Triton 2-1 in double overtime Wednesday evening at Hardy Talton Stadium. The Golden Falcons seized an unprecedented fifth...