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Thursday, September 27, 2012

E. Wayne alum Tony Davis gets nod for Pfeiffer Athletics Hall of Fame

His parents and friends found their seats, and cheered loudly once the Pfeiffer College men's basketball team ran onto the court at Merner Gymnasium. Tony Davis beamed with pride. But the highly-recruited prep star's elation of his first-ever collegiate game...

Preps digest: JV, middle school, youth sports

JV sports * North Duplin d. Spring Creek 25-21, 25-20 -- Stormy Westbrook recorded two aces and five kills in the Gators' loss. Lexie Reyes added two assists and one kill. Alisha Gordon contributed two aces and one kill....

Rosewood shuts out Princeton, 1-0

You can always expect the unexpected when archrivals Rosewood and Princeton duel in any sport. Wednesday's clash on the soccer pitch was no exception. The Eagles caught a lucky break in the ninth minute and triumphed 1-0 over the Bulldogs...

Spring Creek sweeps North Duplin in volleyball

CALYPSO -- Sarah Ford recorded five assists and four kills during Spring Creek's straight-set sweep of North Duplin during their Carolina 1-A Conference match Tuesday. Olivia Martinez supplied two aces, three kills and one block. Sydney Ocker (two aces, one...

Aycock tennis team blitzes Cleveland, 9-0

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock posted shutouts on four of six singles courts and proceeded to dismantle Cleveland, 9-0, in Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference play. Ashton Walker, Kimber Pender, Casie Belom and Cassidy Coerver each prevailed 6-0, 6-0. Second-seeded Katie...

Epiphany takes cross country meet at Waynesborough Park

Epiphany continued to dominate the cross country scene among N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association teams at Waynesborough Park on Tuesday afternoon. Falcons standout McKinley Gray won the boys race in 17 minutes and 33 seconds and propelled the team to...

Binar scores four goals in Gators' victory

Spring Creek began defense of its Carolina 1-A Conference title with a 6-0 victory over Goldsboro on Wednesday night. Otto Binar paced the Gators with four goals and one assist. Brayan Lopez finished with one goal and an assist in...

Aycock, Triton play to 2-2 draw

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock held off a late Triton rally and scored a 2-2 draw Wednesday night at Hardy Talton Stadium. Juan Pina and Collin Zacharzuk each scored a goal for the Golden Falcons. C.B. Aycock (4-4-3 overall, 3-3-1...

Walnut Creek Ladies Golf news

Jewel Ivey emerged the low gross winner during first flight play on the Walnut Creek Country Club links. Hiromi Sueki and Evelyn Rose claimed low net and low putts, respectively. Linda Cannon seized low gross in second flight. Pete Reaves...

Saints defeat Beddingfield in golf

DUDLEY -- Southern Wayne picked up its second golf victory of the season by defeating Wilson Beddingfield at Southern Wayne Country Club on Wednesday afternoon. Macie Weeks led the Saints with a round of 49. Aubrey Sasser fired a 52...

Aycock's Alexander emerges victorious on Warriors' home course

Cleveland may be on its way out of the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference, but it is making its presence felt before it goes. The Rams claimed the boys' portion of a three-team, Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference meet and finished second...

ECC XC results at So. Wayne

DUDLEY -- Results from a four-team, Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference boys' and girls' cross country meet at Southern Wayne on Wednesday: BOYS Team scores Triton 28 South Johnston 31 North Lenoir 67 Southern Wayne 150 Top 10 individuals 1. Seth...

ECC XC results at E. Wayne

Results from a three-team, Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference boys' and girls' cross country meet contested Wednesday afternoon at Eastern Wayne: BOYS Team scores Cleveland 34 C.B. Aycock 37 Eastern Wayne 52 Top 10 individuals 1. Marvin Alexander, CBA 19:22 2....

Visiting teams dominate ECC meet in Dudley

DUDLEY -- Triton got the best of the four Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference teams at Southern Wayne's first home cross country meet of the season Wednesday afternoon. On the boys' side the Hawks edged South Johnston by three points 28-31....