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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Spring Creek-Union soccer

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Luck isn't always stumbled upon, it's often created. Spring Creek used relentless offensive pressure to create two moments of fortune and rallied for a 3-1, non-conference win over Union on Wednesday afternoon. The Gators struggled to connect...

Thursday preps

Soccer Wayne Country Day 7, Goldsboro 5 * Wayne Country Day needed a pair of goals in the final minutes to upend Goldsboro 7-5 on Wednesday afternoon. The Cougars took an early 3-1 lead on goals by Bryan Johnson, Kendrick...

Hunt outlasts CBA spikers

PIKEVILLE -- A slow start doomed Charles B. Aycock on Wednesday night. Former conference rival Wilson Hunt capitalized on the Golden Falcons' sluggish beginning and claimed a 25-14, 23-25, 25-15, 25-16 non-conference, volleyball win. Unforced errors helped the Warriors grab...

MOC men's soccer preview

MOUNT OLIVE -- The emphasis for Mount Olive's men's soccer team this summer hasn't just been on scoring more goals. The emphasis has been on finding more goal scorers. The Trojans return their three leading scorers from last season --...

High School Football - Cougars, No worries ... yet

Eric Reid isn't quite ready to hit the panic button. The Cougars have started a season 0-2 for the first time in Reid's four-year tenure as Goldsboro's head football coach. Goldsboro's starting quarterback Corteiz Sprangle continues to recover from a...

Opinion - Boise State-Va. Tech will have BCS implications

College football season-openers for big-time programs are typically about developing continuity and confidence -- and -- beating the stuffing out of a hapless opponent with a name similar to Southwest Texas Clown College and Court Reporting School. When Virginia Tech...