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C.B. Aycock 000 000 0 -- 0 2 0 Eastern Wayne 000 001 x -- 1 6 0 Leading hitters -- C.B. Aycock -- Jonathan Taylor 1-3, 2B; Travis Musselman 1-2. Eastern Wayne -- Cambric Moye 2-2; Colton Fulghum...

Rosewood remains unbeaten in Carolina 1-A baseball

Rosewood nearly took its foot off the gas too early. Ayden-Grifton cut a 6-0 deficit down to a single run before the Eagles answered with six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, and scratched out a 12-5 win...

Wayne Christian girls boot Flora MacDonald, 4-0

Wayne Christian defeated visiting Flora MacDonald 4-0 on Friday. Brooke Barfield and Miranda Taylor each scored for the Eagles in the first half. Kaitlyn Kosuda and Emily Austin provided the scoring in the second half. Wayne Christian (6-5 overall)...

Aycock's McGee, Quinn sign national letters-of-intent

PIKEVILLE -- Childhood friends who grew up in the Babe Ruth and middle-school ranks, Nicholas McGee and Jordan Quinn each had a realistic approach toward their respective collegiate future. Those aspirations became reality this week. Teammates at Charles B. Aycock,...

Easley, Souza, Rombaut, Czerski cop top athlete awards

MOC Sports Information MOUNT OLIVE -- Senior point guard Kendrick Easley and tennis standout Jessica Souza received the outstanding male and female student-athlete of the year awards during the 2010 MOC athletics awards banquet. Senior outside hitter Christiaan Rombaut and...

Goldsboro's Graham drafted by defending Super Bowl champs

NEW YORK -- Jimmy Graham had to wait until Friday to hear his name announced at Radio City Music Hall as a pick in the 75th annual NFL draft. The wait was worth it. A Goldsboro native, Graham came...

Trojans sweep Chowan, Lancaster nearing 800-win mark

MOUNT OLIVE -- Execution aside, Mount Olive picked up right where it left off nearly six days ago. Fresh off their ninth Conference Carolinas tournament championship in program history, the Trojans claimed a non-conference doubleheader from Chowan University on Saturday...

Third hit batter gives EW victory over Aycock in baseball

Strange things happen when archrivals meet in one-run ballgames. Eastern Wayne scored a run on three consecutive hit batsmen in the bottom of the sixth inning, and claimed a 1-0 victory over Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference foe Charles B. Aycock...

Aycock softball team bounces back

A good bounce-back game. Three Charles B. Aycock hurlers combined for a one-hitter in a 13-1 conquest of Eastern Carolina 3-A softball rival Eastern Wayne on Friday evening. The Golden Falcons (12-5 overall, 6-2 ECC) rebounded from a disappointing loss...