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Thursday, February 17, 2011

CB Aycock reaches ECC final

PIKEVILLE -- Play your game. Dictate the tempo. Charles B. Aycock head girls' basketball coach Laura Romo had to repeat those messages to her team at halftime Wednesday evening, and her team finally followed the script. Frontcourt mates Imari Howell...

Carolina 1-A Conference boxscores

Princeton 7 16 13 10 -- 46 Ayden-Grifton 13 11 15 9 -- 48 PRINCETON (9-16) Tori Paul 0 1 0-0 3, Savanna Massengill 3 0 4-4 10, Megann Gerell 7 0 5-6 19, Amber Brush 2 0 0-0 4,...

Ayden-Grifton edges Princeton

PRINCETON -- Ayden-Grifton battled until the final horn, and the effort was just enough to hold off hard-charging Princeton, which was looking for an upset Wednesday evening. Charmaine Little buried a driving hook shot with 59 seconds to play and...

Jones, Montgomery will go seperate ways

The lasting impression Andre Montgomery and Freddie Jones have left on Goldsboro High School's football program stretches well beyond wins, conference championships, touchdowns and rushing yards. Cougars' head coach Eric Reid described the dynamic running back duo as, "a pillar...

CB Aycock-N. Lenoir boxscore

North Lenoir 16 3 6 9 -- 34 C.B. Aycock 12 12 10 12 -- 46 NORTH LENOIR (11-15) Breyuana Kittrell 2 0 0-0 4, Ta'Breia Foster 1 0 0-0 2, Yolanda Munoz 1 0 0-2 2, Tyra Spencer 1...

Goldsboro girls rout North Duplin

PRINCETON -- Goldsboro was determined to put upstart North Duplin away early. The Cougars accomplished their goal in a 59-32 victory over the Rebels in the semifinal round of the Carolina 1-A Conference girls' basketball tournament on Wednesday night. The...

MOC rallies past Shaw

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College has owned Shaw University in baseball over the past three seasons. Wednesday wasn't one of those days. The No.14-ranked Trojans tacked on five late runs to pull away for a 8-3, non-conference victory at...