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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Saints' backfield works as a unit

There is no room for egos in Southern Wayne's already crowded backfield. The wing-T offense is predicated on distributing the ball and requires running backs to put the team above their self pride. Twelve different players have carried the ball...

Thursday preps

Boys' soccer Goldsboro 1, Princeton 1 PRINCETON -- Goldsboro ended its season on a high note with a 1-1 draw at Carolina 1-A Conference foe Princeton on Wednesday night. Jeff Martinez scored the Cougars' goal off of an assist from...

Spring Creek collects third straight title

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek is starting to convert shots into goals. Antonio Avila punched in two goals and the Gators clinched their third consecutive Carolina 1-A Conference boys' soccer title with a 4-0 victory over Ayden-Grifton. Spring Creek controlled...

Warriors erupt in second half vs. Saints

DUDLEY -- What a reward. Eastern Wayne erupted for three goals within an 18-minute span and doubled up county rival Southern Wayne 4-2 on the Doyle Whitfield Athletic Complex pitch Wednesday evening. The Warriors (8-9-0 overall) secured the No. 3...

ECC tourney kings again

FOUR OAKS -- Six in a row. Michael Fearney supplied the game-winning goal in the 60th minute, and Charles B. Aycock turned back South Johnston 2-1 in the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference boys' soccer championship game Wednesday evening. The...

Minnesota's Favre needs to fess up

The court of public opinion can be just as condemning or forgiving as those courts where actual verdicts are rendered and life-altering sentences are handed out. Like he has many times before, Brett Favre currently finds himself measured not only...