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Friday, October 21, 2011

Saints' Best earns spot in Eastern Regional

Michala Best quietly and confidently climbed the ladder during her Southern Wayne tennis career. And she undoubtedly saved her best for last in the season-ending Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference girls' singles tournament. A senior, Best battled through consolation-round play and...

Trojan women selected third, men picked fourth in Conference Carolinas polls

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive's run as the Conference Carolinas women's basketball tournament runner-up in three of the last four seasons just might end this winter. Or will it? The Trojan men, if they stay healthy, may finally have the...

Preps digest: Area volleyball teams begin playoffs Saturday

Volleyball Five teams will see action * Volleyball teams in the News-Argus readership area begin their respective quests for state championships when they serve up action in the 2011 N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs Saturday. Eastern Carolina 3-A regular-season...

Tigers flourishing in Wing-T scheme

When life gave the James Kenan football team a full plate of bad breaks over the first three weeks of the season, the Tigers could have quit. Instead the team decided to make the best of it. Following an 0-3...

Stevens: Cougars defense improving

October 28 has been circled on Goldsboro head football coach Eric Reid's calendar for quite some time. That evening the Cougars travel to Ayden-Grifton for what's become an annual meeting to decide the Carolina 1-A Conference championship. The two teams...

Mount Olive plays host to Field of Dreams clinic

Dust off the cleats, oil up the leather glove and find your bats. Get ready for some fall baseball action. The United Way of Wayne County and the Mount Olive College baseball team is co-sponsoring the fourth annual Field of...