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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Local Preps Digest

Girls' basketball Princeton 40, Rosewood 38 * Princeton hung on for a 40-38 win on Tuesday night at Carolina 1-A Conference archrival Rosewood. The Eagles rallied from a seven-point deficit in the closing seconds but were unable to complete the...

Schools want to stay together

GREENVILLE -- Keep us together, please. Athletics directors and school administrators from Wayne County made that plea during a realignment meeting conducted by the N.C. High School Athletic Association on Tuesday morning at East Carolina University. Schools in all classifications...

Bulldogs beat Eagles

With a lead, the clock running, the floor spread and possession of the basketball, Princeton felt right at home in the Eagles' Nest on Tuesday evening. The Bulldogs got exactly the situation they were looking for and managed the game...

Prep basketball boxes

BOYS Princeton 12 19 7 18 -- 56 Rosewood 12 13 12 6 -- 43 PRINCETON (10-8, 2-3) CJ Jeffreys 6 1 3-7 18, Nick Cobb 1 0 0-0 2, Anthony Martin 0 2 0-0 6, Ryne Woodard 1 0...

Nunns leads Trojans spikers

MOC Sports Information MOUNT OLIVE -- John Nunns recorded 14 kills and served three of his career-high six aces in the third set, and Mount Olive College defeated Barton 25-18, 25-11, 25-10 in a Conference Carolinas men's volleyball match Tuesday...

CBA girls repeat

Three-peat complete. And boy, was it a dominating effort. Focused from the first event to the last, the Charles B. Aycock girls' swim team easily claimed its third consecutive Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference championship at B.G. Darden Natatorium on Tuesday...

ECC Championship meet results

Results from the 2012 Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference swimming championships contested at B.G. Darden Natatorium inside the Goldsboro Family Y on Tuesday evening. NOTE: Each individual winner and relays earn all-ECC honors. GIRLS Team scores Charles B. Aycock 164 Triton...

CBA boys triumph

Fueled by a desire burning deep within its collective soul, the Charles B. Aycock boys' swim team earned a long-awaited -- and well-deserved -- team victory Tuesday evening. Yep, the Golden Falcons are bridesmaids no longer. Senior Demion Creel claimed...