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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Wednesday preps

Girls' tennis Spring Creek 5, Southern Wayne 4 * DUDLEY -- Spring Creek claimed a pivotal point at No. 3 doubles and hung on for a 5-4 non-conference win at Southern Wayne on Tuesday afternoon. Emily Daniel, Anna Haggerty, Colleen...

Spring Creek-Wayne Country Day volleyball

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek grabbed the momentum early and never let go. Behind a dominant performance from senior Kelsey Rogers and consistent serving, the Gators swept Wayne Country Day in three games 25-17, 25-20, 25-17 on Tuesday evening. Spring...

Prep football games changed

Weather forecasts predict Hurricane Irene to make landfall somewhere around North Carolina either late Friday evening or during the day Saturday. The impending rain has prompted area athletics directors to move their respective JV and varsity football games up...

E. Wayne-S. Johnston tennis

Still on top. Young and inexperienced Eastern Wayne opened defense of its Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference girls' tennis crown with a 9-0 triumph over South Johnston on Tuesday afternoon. "I thought we played collectively as a team, played really well...

Opinion - Youth challenges Goldsboro

Overcoming early-season adversity has become just as much a staple of Goldsboro football in recent years as a dominant running game and deep playoff runs. In each of the past two seasons, the Cougars have grown through those early struggles,...

Brad Lloyd leaves alma mater for rival

WARSAW -- Leaving his alma mater for a county archrival was an easy decision says North Duplin alum Brad Lloyd. There's no doubt he feels right at home at James Kenan. Lloyd joined the Tigers' athletics staff during the summer...