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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Preps digest: JV roundup

JV sports * Volleyball: C.B. Aycock d. Goldsboro 25-17, 25-17 -- Celeste Davis led the Golden Falcons with seven kills. Maddy Jar finished with two kills for the Cougars. C.B. Aycock improved to 2-8 overall....

Walnut Creek Ladies Golf news

Mary Morris and Evelyn Rose shared low putts during weekly play on the Walnut Creek Country Club links. Faye Franklin claimed low gross. Charlotte Campbell won low net....

Despite early-season hard luck, Minor knows hard work will pay off for Bulldogs

Through the first four games of Derrick Minor's tenure as head coach, Princeton has been painfully close to tasting victory three different times. Minor remains adamant that the Bulldogs' hard work will ultimately be rewarded. Three of Princeton's four losses...

Neuse River Youth Football League results

12-Under * Mount Olive 33, Spring Creek 7 -- Deandre Wright rushed for two touchdowns and Darion Leach added a TD run. Aryc Chrisman led the defense with six tackles. Josh McClain and Kejuan Leary recorded five tackles apiece....

Princeton shuts out Neuse Charter

SMITHFIELD -- Princeton got goals from four different players and bested Neuse Charter 4-0 on Wednesday afternoon. Oliver Balderas, Jose Morales, Marcos Gonzales and Nick Phillips each scored for the Bulldogs. Alan Fader, Josh Boykin and Gonzales each tallied an...

Greene Central, Tarboro battle to 1-1 draw

TARBORO -- A goal in the final seconds of regulation allowed Tarboro to escape with a 1-1 tie against Greene Central in an Eastern Plains 2-A Conference match Wednesday night. Alexis Infante scored the Rams' lone goal off of an...

Pate notches hat trick for Goldsboro

Goldsboro overcame a slow start and rallied past Nash Central 4-2 on Wednesday night. Damon Pate led the Cougars' offense with three goals, all in the second half. Peterson Innocent added the fourth Goldsboro goal. Goldsboro (2-6-0 overall) opens its...

Saints' Benitez has hot foot against Warriors

Southern Wayne's fast-paced offense proved to be too much for Eastern Wayne to handle in a 7-2 victory at Little Big Horn on Wednesday night. Cesar Benitez scored six goals in the win. Jesus Mendoza added the only other Saints'...

Burroughs delivers 9 kills in CBA road win

Charles B. Aycock got off to a hot start and never looked back in a 25-9, 25-16, 25-10 win over Goldsboro on Wednesday afternoon. Meredith Burroughs led the Golden Falcons with nine kills. Madison Mercer added eight kills and Reagan...

Wayne Christian trips up CCC power Crossroads Christian

HENDERSON -- Wayne Christian played its best match of the season and upended two-time defending Carolina Christian 1-A Conference champion Crossroads Christian 27-25, 25-23, 25-23 on Wednesday afternoon. Katie Isenhower paced the Eagles with 10 aces and eight kills. Katie...

Trojan soccer teams have rough day

MOC Sports Information MOUNT OLIVE -- The Mount Olive College men's and women's soccer teams endured a pair of tough non-conference outings Wednesday evening. Cody Farrior collected the "golden goal" 32 seconds into the first overtime and Peach Belt Conference...

Warriors' experience pays off in doubles play

Experience proved critical for Eastern Wayne during its most important -- and most intense -- tennis match of the young season Wednesday afternoon. The Warriors needed every ounce of it. The No. 2 doubles of Grace Delbridge-Blake Govan claimed the...

Eastern Wayne-CBA girls' tennis box

Eastern Wayne 5 C.B. Aycock 4 Singles: No. 1 Ashton Walker (CBA) d. Savannah Sutton 6-2, 6-1; No. 2 Faith Sutton (EW) d. Katie Gurley 6-4, 6-2; No. 3 Rachel Jackson (CBA) d. Grace Delbridge 6-1, 6-4; No. 4 Blake...

Alexander, Akers among area's top runners in meet

The Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference cross country season began on Wednesday at Eastern Wayne with four teams taking to the course. The team that had the best day was not a member of the ECC. Non-conference invitee Epiphany claimed first...

Cleveland nips Aycock, 2-1, in ECC soccer

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock's stretch of three games in three days is finally over. The Golden Falcons' quest for offensive consistency is a work in progress. Aycock got its offense going in the second half, but could not produce...