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Monday, September 6, 2010

Prep football notebook

The smallest defender in the secondary, Lamar Best put his 5-foot-6, 165-pound frame on the line in a gaggle of players and picked off New Hanover quarterback Taylor Bates early in the second quarter. Best landed awkwardly, angrily unsnapped his...

Mendoza's goal helps Trojans avoid 0-2 start

MOC Sports Information BREVARD -- John Mendoza scored the tying goal with 42 seconds left in regulation, and Mount Olive College battled to a 1-1 draw with in-state rival Brevard on Sunday afternoon. The Tornadoes (0-2-1 overall) seized a one-goal...

Jones' leaping touchdown catch lifts Pirates

GREENVILLE -- Ruffin McNeill promised to bring an exciting, shootout-style offense to East Carolina. Boy, he wasn't kidding. And luckily for the Pirates, Dominique Davis had one bullet left to turn a certain season-opening loss to Conference USA juggernaut Tulsa...