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Sunday, December 13, 2009

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The Charles B. Aycock girls' basketball team watched county rival Goldsboro shave its 17-point lead to eight, but hung on for a 46-35 win Friday evening at Norvell T. Lee Gymnasium. Courtney Sheeks, Courtnei Gilbert and Imari Howell scored...

MOC men, women defeat Limestone

MOC Sports Information GAFFNEY, S.C. -- Kendrick Easley scored 21 of his game-high 27 points in the first half and Lamonte Theus added a career-high 22 points as Mount Olive extended its winning streak to four with an 83-74 victory...

Teacher gets win over pupil

The pupil received another lesson from the teacher. Patrick Reynell, a former assistant at Charles B. Aycock and now head boys' basketball coach at Goldsboro, watched his team squander an 11-point lead Friday evening. The Golden Falcons, directed by head...

E. Wayne's White has career night, host Warriors fight back

Three days after an overtime loss to county rival Goldsboro, the Eastern Wayne boys' basketball team needed a confidence boost Friday evening. Will White gave the Warriors just what they needed. The senior pumped in a career-best 24 points as...

Pinkowski shares coaching accolade

Charles B. Aycock's Randy Pinkowski has been named tri-coach of the year on the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference varsity football scene. Pinkowski guided the Golden Falcons to 10 victories, a third-place finish in the ECC and a second-round appearance...