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Thursday, February 3, 2011

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Girls' basketball Eastern Wayne 46, North Lenoir 45 * Eastern Wayne got some late-game heroics and played solid defense in the final minute en route to a 46-45 win over Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference rival North Lenoir on Tuesday night....

Southern Wayne grapplers finish regular season on winning note

DUDLEY -- Southern Wayne earned a split in six contested individual matches, and claimed a 42-30 victory over South Johnston on the wrestling mat Wednesday evening. It was the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference regular-season finale for both teams. The Saints'...

MOC-Barton women

MOUNT OLIVE -- With its starting point guard in street clothes and its leading scorer in foul trouble, the Mount Olive College women's basketball team found itself at the mercy of a bitter rival and conference leader on Wednesday night.....

MOC-Barton men

MOUNT OLIVE -- With roughly a month left in the regular season, the Mount Olive College men's basketball team is heading in the wrong direction at the wrong time. The Trojans' offense never found a rhythm in the second half...

Morgan signs with Pack

LaGRANGE -- Although there were many schools of interest at the end of the day Maurice Morgan had only two choices -- stay home and play for East Carolina or move roughly 80 miles and play for N.C. State. Back...

James keeps original choice

PIKEVILLE -- A strong commitment. Despite the NCAA investigation that clouded the North Carolina football program last summer and lingered throughout the entire season, Jarrod James remained steadfast in his decision he made 11 months ago. The Charles B. Aycock...

Warriors dump Hawks

Coming off their biggest win of the season, the Eastern Wayne boys' basketball team rode the wave of emotion to a blowout of Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference rival North Lenoir on Tuesday night. On night after dropping Southern Wayne, the...

Tigers' Hyman picks ECU

WARSAW -- Dontrill Hyman is a massive man capable of carrying a heavy load on his broad shoulders. On Wednesday morning it appeared as if the gridiron standout was walking a little bit easier. Hyman put two years of recruiting...