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Friday, February 19, 2010

Princeton-Ayden-Grifton boxes

2010 Carolina 1-A Conference Tournament Semifinals (at North Duplin HS) BOYS Princeton 11 9 18 17 -- 55 Ayden-Grifton 16 14 14 20 -- 64 PRINCETON (12-12) Benton Myers 2 0 0-0 4, David Gurganus 4 1 2-2 13, T.J....

Handicapped hunter receives SCI award

North Carolina Handicapped Sportsmen, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by Ed Mays in 2005. Its mission is helping disabled sportsmen participate in outdoor recreation. Since he hunts from a power chair, Mays knows his mission intimately. For his work...

Challenging schedule awaits East Carolina

East Carolina didn't always sail smooth waters at different points last season, but the Pirates did collect some quality booty -- a Conference USA regular-season championship and the Greenville Regional title over nemesis South Carolina. Plundering and pillaging opposing teams...

Local Preps Digest

CALYPSO -- The shots didn't fall. The confidence never surfaced. Sixth-seeded Princeton managed just one field goal in the opening half and dropped a 45-24 decision to Ayden-Grifton in the Carolina 1-A Conference girls' basketball tournament semifinals Thursday evening....

Ayden-Grifton grabs lead, chains up Dawgs

CALYPSO -- The rematch is set. Tevin Peterson led three players in double figures with 16 points, and second-seeded Ayden-Grifton ousted Princeton 64-55 from the Carolina 1-A Conference boys' basketball tournament Thursday evening. The Chargers (12-10 overall) face top-seeded Goldsboro,...

Conference tournament column

On occasion common sense has to win out over tradition. This is one of those times. Area high school basketball conference tournaments, and more specifically scheduling decisions, have left me and others dumbfounded this week. The decision to play multiple...