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Thursday, February 4, 2010

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SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek made a statement within Carolina 1-A Conference play on Wednesday evening. Jon Midgette led five Gators in double figures with 24 points in a 68-65 victory over Princeton. After an 0-4 start in league...

MOC-Belmont Abbey

MOC Sports Information BELMONT -- Kendrick Easley's tip-in in the final 74 seconds preserved Mount Olive's 70-65 victory over in-state rival Belmont Abbey on the Conference Carolinas men's basketball scene Wednesday evening. Easley and Craig Hayes tallied 16 points apiece...

MOC 2010 softball preview

MOUNT OLIVE -- So much for playing the role of underdog. With three successful seasons in the rear view mirror and a roster stocked with young and talented players, the Mount Olive College softball team will not be sneaking up...

NL-CBA boys

PIKEVILLE -- All it took was a little discussion. After three quarters of offensive prowess by both teams, Charles B. Aycock turned up the defense and claimed a 77-65 victory over North Lenoir on Wednesday evening. The state-ranked Golden Falcons...

RW-AG boys

The final score didn't tell the whole story. Rosewood's turnover total certainly did. The Eagles gave the ball away 35 times and could never mount a comeback in a 68-54 loss to Carolina 1-A Conference opponent Ayden-Grifton on Wednesday evening....

CBA-SW wrestling

DUDLEY -- "We can do it." Charles B. Aycock certainly did. Focused on a season-long goal, the Golden Falcons reclaimed the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference dual-team wrestling championship with a 63-12 conquest of county rival Southern Wayne on Wednesday evening....