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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Local Preps Digest

Girls' basketball Wilmington Christian 45, Faith Christian 16 • Faith Christian never got its offense up and running in a 45-16 defeat to Wilmington Christian on Tuesday night. The non-league affair was the season opener for both squads. Wilmington Christian...

Moats couldn't ask for better timing at CBA

PIKEVILLE -- Steve Moats understands the adage "timing is everything" as well as anyone. Perfect timing helped Moats, the former basketball clock keeper at Eastern Wayne, land a position on the coaching staff at Charles B. Aycock. And that timing...

Stevens: Hamlin needs to forget Phoenix, concentrate on final race

The 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup has come down to the final race with the championship on the line -- the scenario NASCAR hoped for when it introduced the new format in 2004. It's also the "winner-take-all" showdown Denny...

Confident So. Wayne continues road swing

Football is not usually characterized by smiling faces and hearty laughter. The Southern Wayne Saints are the exception. Three days after pulling off a thrilling 35-19 upset over Hertford County in the opening round of the N.C. High School Athletic...

Rebels have date with state champs

Nothing to lose speeches have never been part of Hugh Martin's coaching philosophy. Preparation is. And North Duplin is facing a tall task Friday evening. The Rebels (5-7 overall) travel to defending state champion Wallace-Rose Hill, the overall No. 1...

Faith Christian-Wimington Christian box scores

BOYS Wilm. Christian 9 14 14 22 7 -- 66 Faith Christian 12 13 15 19 5 -- 64 WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN (1-0) Jon Roberts 3 3 7-11 22, Alan Horsley 9 0 2-8 20, Tres Wilson 3 1 2-3 11,...

Patriots nip Conquerors in OT

Tres Wilson was not the guy that Wilmington Christian wanted to take the biggest shot of the game Tuesday night. It just sort of worked out that way. Wilson banked in an NBA-range 3-pointer as the fourth quarter horn sounded...

Bullock-Davis ready to build on last season's success

LaTina Bullock-Davis has a simple coaching philosophy. If things aren't broken, don't try to fix them. The first-year head coach of the Goldsboro High School girls' basketball team will try to sustain the momentum built by her predecessor and friend...