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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Aycock Junior Legion

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock couldn't get the timely hit. Kinston Post 43 finally won a one-run ballgame. With the game-tying and game-winning runs on first and second base, respectively, reliever CJ Bradshaw induced a game-ending groundout and preserved Kinston's...

Local preps digest

Track Mulligan claims state discus title * CHARLOTTE -- Wayne Christian senior Anthony Mulligan became the second individual state champion in the school's athletics program history with a first-place effort in the season-ending N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 1-A/2-A track...

MOC-FMU

MOUNT OLIVE -- Carl Lancaster called on his ace pitcher sooner than he expected Sunday afternoon. Boy, did Carter Capps deliver. The Southeast Region pitcher-of-the-year threw 61/3 innings of sterling relief and propelled Mount Olive College to a 2-1 victory...

MOC-FMU sidebar

Sweaty and frustrated, Mount Olive's players reported to the locker room to escape the heat and let off some steam Sunday afternoon. Francis Marion had squelched a ninth-inning rally, escaped 9-7 and forced the top-seeded Trojans into a 'winner-take-all' game...

NL-EW preview

We meet again. For the fifth time. Perennial Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference powerhouses Eastern Wayne and North Lenoir square off tonight with an eastern regional championship berth on the line in the N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs. First pitch...

NCHSAA 1-A Track Agate

GREENSBORO -- Results of area athletes who finished among the top 16 in their respective events during the season-ending, N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 1-A men's and women's track and field championships contested at N.C. A&T State University. GIRLS...