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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Wayne County Track Championships

Mikayla Huf shined in her debut, while Eastern Wayne's girls and Charles B. Aycock's boys willingly settled for "repeat offender" tags during the 2010 Wayne County Track and Field Championships on Monday afternoon. Huf, a sophomore, claimed two gold medals...

MOC - Pfeiffer baseball

Messenger Sports Writer WILSON -- With his team down to potentially its final strike, Bobby Leeper etched his name into the Mount Olive College history books. Leeper ripped a single up the middle, and drove in the tying and winning...

MOC sports

BANNER ELK -- Keonta Coleman and Paul Hoffman each claimed a conference title, and Mount Olive placed third overall in the season-ending Conference Carolinas men's track and field championships. Coleman emerged the 400-meter champion in 48.76 seconds, while Hoffman...

MOC softball

HARTSVILLE, S.C. -- Mount Olive's streak of three consecutive top-three finishes in Conference Carolinas regular-season and tournament play ended Friday afternoon. The fifth-seeded Trojans lost to fourth-seeded Anderson 7-6, and concluded their season with a 5-2 setback against seventh-seeded...

Tuesday preps

Wayne Christian pounded out 22 hits and dominated Carolina Christian 1-A Conference baseball foe Northwood Temple 26-0 in five innings on Monday afternoon. Travis Thomas and Stephen Gallagher each tallied four hits on the day. Dylan Smith and Gregory...

EW-Triton

Facing a Triton team not known for its offensive prowess, Eastern Wayne stayed patient, yet aggressive. The Warriors took advantage of a 16-2 edge in shots on goal and earned a 4-0, Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference win on Monday night...

ECC golf at Lane Tree

Eastern Wayne led off the second half of the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference boys' golf schedule with an impressive, and improbable, victory at Lane Tree Golf Club on Monday afternoon. The Warriors carded their season-low, four-man total of 319 which...