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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Aycock baseball, softball advance

Baseball C.B. Aycock 9, Currituck County 4 * BARCO -- Collin DuBose mashed a second-inning, solo home run and Charles B. Aycock handed Currituck County a season-ending, 9-4 loss during third-round action in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 3-A...

WCDS boxes

2012 N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Class 1-A Semifinals (at Fleming Stadium, Wilson) Friday's game W. Country Day 000 000 4 -- 4 3 3 Greenfield 110 010 0 -- 3 9 2 Leading hitters -- Wayne Country Day --...

Warriors sweep series

WILSON -- After a dramatic, made-for-Hollywood victory over a long-time nemesis, Wayne Country Day had hoped to write a sequel against a perennial prep baseball powerhouse. Lawrence Academy ruined the script. The Warriors penned another state-title season instead with 11-1...

Softball boxes

Perquimans 200 100 0 -- 3 6 2 Rosewood 002 022 x -- 6 9 0 Leading hitters -- Perquimans -- Shelby Spruill 2-3, HR, RBI; Breann Fields 1-2; Danielle Baccas 1-2, RBI; Amber Stallings 1-3, RBI; Katie Copeland 1-4....

Rosewood moves within one win from first-ever trip to Walnut Creek

If this is Shay Campbell's idea of a debut season, he's setting the bar awfully high for next year's encore. Campbell, Rosewood's first-year head coach, watched his Eagles overcome an early 2-0 deficit and defeat Perquimans 6-3 on Friday night...

Late mistakes haunt Bulldogs in season-ending loss to Perquimans

PRINCETON -- After waiting three days to play a second-round state playoff game, Princeton's season took a dramatic turn in a blink of an eye. Perquimans took advantage of two costly mistakes by the Bulldogs in the top of the...

Painter's late home run stuns Trojans

MOUNT OLIVE -- Lander University freshman Colby Painter got the biggest hit of his young college baseball career and Lander upset Mount Olive on the opening day of the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional on Friday afternoon. A last at-bat...

Catawba eliminates Mount Olive

MOUNT OLIVE -- The lucky yellow jerseys did not do the trick for Mount Olive College this season. After a loss to Lander University on a late home run, the Trojans donned their nostalgic "glory gold" tops against Catawba College....

Massey likes team's chances for another good year

When assessing a team's players, it's typical to begin with strengths, but fourth-year Wayne County Post 11 assistant coach Jackson Massey thinks this year's 20-player squad may well be defined by talent, depth and versatility. All those characteristics will prove...