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Friday, October 5, 2012

JV football: Goldsboro 34, Rosewood 0

Goldsboro quarterback Nashir Bowden accounted for three touchdowns in a 34-0 win over Rosewood on Thursday evening. Bowden threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns and also had a rushing touchdown. Jordan Woody rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown,...

JV football: Southern Wayne 38, Eastern Wayne 12

Four different Southern Wayne players contributed a touchdown in a 38-12 win on Thursday evening at Eastern Wayne. Tyiarre Allen led the Saints' offense with 143 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Xavier Pearsall added 111 yards on the ground and...

Powell scores lone goal in Aycock loss

PIKEVILLE -- Wilson Beddingfield defeated Charles B. Aycock 3-1 on Thursday night in non-conference play. Kyle Powell scored the Golden Falcons' only goal. Aycock (4-7-3, 3-5-1 ECC) visit Cleveland on Monday....

Saints drop overtime soccer affair at Triton

ERWIN -- Southern Wayne endured a 3-2 loss in overtime on Thursday night at Triton. Cesar Benitez and Ulyses Mendoza each scored for the Saints. Southern Wayne visits Eastern Wayne on Monday....

Greene Central upends Tarboro in EPC action

TARBORO -- Greene Central defeated Eastern Plains 2-A Conference foe Tarboro 25-20, 22-25, 25-22, 26-24 on Thursday evening. Courtney Phillips finished with 10 kills for the Rams. Kaitlyn Napier and Casey Herring each added eight kills....

Princeton earns share of Carolina 1-A volleyball title

Princeton picked up a 25-0, 25-13, 25-8 win on Thursday night at Carolina 1-A Conference foe Goldsboro and assured itself of no less than a tie for the regular-season championship. Taylor Carroll collected six service aces for the Bulldogs. Amber...

Rosewood pushed to five sets by Spring Creek

Rosewood survived for a 25-16, 25-17, 23-25, 20-25, 15-10 victory over Carolina 1-A Conference rival Spring Creek on Thursday evening. Sarah Ford paced the Gators with 16 assists. Rachel McCollum supplied 12 kills and Olivia Martinez had six kills and...

Wayne Christian rolls over Lawrence Academy

Wayne Christian turned back Lawrence Academy 7-2 on Thursday afternoon at Wayne Community College. Brooke Barfield, Taylor Willman, Elizabeth Sutton, Ally Willman and Carla Benton each tallied a singles victory. The doubles teams of Barfield-Taylor Willman and Sutton-Ally Willman also...

Warriors complete unbeaten run in ECC

KINSTON -- Eastern Wayne finished unbeaten in Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference play with a 9-0 win over North Lenoir on Thursday at Bill Fay Park. Savannah Sutton, Faith Sutton, McKenna Dove, Cameron Dive, Brittney Brinson and Debbie Mitchell each supplied...

Golden Falcons blank Saints in tennis

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock concluded regular-season play with a 9-0 rout of Southern Wayne on Thursday afternoon. Ashton Walker, Katie Gourley, Rachel Jackson, Kimber Pender, Casey Belom and Cassidy Coerver each recorded a singles win for the Golden Falcons....

Goldsboro-Rosewood tennis boxes

Match 1 Goldsboro 9 Rosewood 0 Singles: No. 1 Jessica Calvert (G) d. Rebecca Sass 8-1; No. 2 Cassidy Morris (G) d. Abigale Godwin 8-0; No. 3 Davis Houtzer (G) d. Hollie Williford 8-0; No. 4 Sidney Cox (G) d....

Goldsboro secures Carolina 1-A Conference regular-season crown

Could Goldsboro be better in 2012? Head girls' tennis coach Susan Randolph thought so. And she was right. Bolstered by experience and full of confidence instilled by their coach, the Cougars ended a two-decade title drought Thursday evening on the...

Preps digest: JV, middle school roundup

JV sports * Volleyball: Rosewood d. Spring Creek 25-10, 25-16 -- Lexie Reyes had two aces and two assists for the Gators. Sarah Ford added two kills. Callie Thornton led the Eagles' attack with four kills. Jordan Martens and...

Warriors, Saints face must-win situation on gridiron

Coaches tend to shy away from putting extra emphasis on one particular game, and contend that each contest has its own importance in some fashion. But county archrivals Eastern Wayne and Southern Wayne just can't avoid the "must-win" scenario when...

Aggressive-minded Aycock too strong for Eastern Wayne

PIKEVILLE -- Stay in attack mode. Don't give the other team any momentum. It's a philosophy Davis Harris has preached to his Charles B. Aycock volleyball team throughout the season. The girls listened Thursday afternoon. Heart-broken from a four-set road...