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Friday, August 12, 2011

Capps signs with Seattle

MOC Sports Information SEATTLE -- Carter Capps is officially a Seattle Mariner. A third-round selection in the 2011 Major League Baseball first-year player draft, Capps signed a contract and reports to the club's Class A affiliate Clinton (Iowa) today. "Carter...

Triton tabbed as ECC favorite

Triton has been in contention to claim a conference football championship each of the past four seasons, and finally broke through in 2010 by earning a share of the Eastern Carolina 3-A crown -- its first in program history. League...

Association ruling draws uproar from community

Courtesy WRAL.com NEWTON GROVE -- The N.C. High School Athletic Association has ruled that 19-year-old Brett Bowden can no longer participate in practices or games as a member of the team because he's exceeded the maximum age limit to play....

Cougars, Chargers picked to contend for Carolina 1-A crown

Goldsboro is once again considered one of the favorites to reign supreme in the Carolina 1-A Conference in 2011. Only this year they have a little company. The Cougars earned three first-place votes and 23 total points in the annual...

Local golf

Walnut Creek LGA * NASHVILLE -- Kathy Woodard recorded a low-gross score of 73 in championship flight play during an East Carolina Ladies Golf Association meet contested at Birchwood Country Club on Thursday. Charlotte Campbell secured second low gross in...

Simmons places 7th

SNOW HILL -- Tara Simmons carded a 54-hole score of 232 and finished seventh overall in girls' division play during the 7th annual Dogwood State Junior Championship contested at Cutter Creek Golf Club. Simmons, a rising junior at Charles...

Teams begin Series title quest

The Associated Press SHELBY -- American Legion baseball teams from around the country are in North Carolina, where a high school stadium will be home for the organization's World Series for the next four years. Eight teams from New Jersey...