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Thursday, March 24, 2011

N. Duplin-Lejeune baseball

CALYPSO -- Mitchell Thigpen let his defense and the wind do the work behind him, and he flirted with a no-hitter along the way. The sophomore right-hander carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning and got just enough run support...

Thursday preps

Softball North Duplin 17, Lejeune 3 * CALYPSO -- Alonna Pate tossed a complete game and North Duplin rolled past Lejeune 17-3 on the softball diamond Wednesday afternoon. Pate struck out seven batters in the victory. Skylar McCarty, Angelica Favela,...

MOC-N.C. Wesleyan

MOUNT OLIVE -- Joseph Westbrook hammered a three-run, fourth-inning home run, and No. 1-ranked Mount Olive College routed N.C. Wesleyan, 17-4, at Scarborough Field on Wednesday evening. The Trojans (24-3 overall) claimed their ninth straight win. Westbrook concluded the...

Murdock to Livingstone

Craig Murdock just doesn't want to move to Florida. Sure, he'll miss his mom and her good, rib-sticking home cooking. But he can't pass up the chance to what he does best and fulfill one of his dreams -- play...

Eagles set school mark on SWCC links

DUDLEY -- Rosewood broke a school record and claimed another win on the Carolina 1-A Conference boys' golf scene on Wednesday afternoon. The Eagles fired a four-man total of 305, seven strokes better than the previous school mark which was...

CBA-Rosewood baseball

Charles B. Aycock avoided the letdown. Rosewood seeks to stay positive. Less than 24 hours after triumphing in come-from-behind fashion over a county arch nemesis, the Golden Falcons quickly grounded the Eagles on a blustery, sunny Wednesday afternoon. Jonathan Taylor...