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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Preps digest: JV sports, NRYFL results

JV sports * Volleyball: C.B. Aycock d. Wilson Beddingfield 25-18, 27-25 -- Celeste Davis led the Golden Falcons with seven kills. C.B. Aycock improved to 4-13 overall. Youth sports Neuse River Football League 12-Under * Mount Olive 33, Goldsboro...

Soccer officiating on a decline in area

Soccer is often called "the beautiful game" when it's played, coached, officiated and observed by fans in the appropriate way. However, when one or all of these factors goes array, soccer can resemble a train wreck. I began covering soccer...

Aycock spikes Beddingfield

WILSON -- C.B. Aycock held off a late rally by Wilson Beddingfield and earned a 25-13, 25-18, 25-27, 25-15 victory Wednesday night. Meredith Burroughs led the Golden Falcons with 17 kills. Madison Mercer added nine kills. Courtney Warner tallied 28...

North Lenoir drops ECC match

FOUR OAKS -- Justin Shimer and Doerico Sutton each recorded a goal and an assist in North Lenoir's 6-3 setback to South Johnston in Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference play on Tuesday. Oscar Avila converted a second-half penalty kick for the...

Saints fall to South Johnston

DUDLEY -- Southern Wayne dropped a pivotal match in the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference race with a 3-1 setback against South Johnston on Wednesday night. Billy Gonzales scored the lone Saints' goal. Southern Wayne (8-7-1 overall, 5-5-0 ECC) visits Princeton...

Ayden-Grifton defeats Princeton, 4-1

AYDEN -- Ayden-Grifton jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 4-1 victory over Carolina 1-A Conference foe Princeton on Wednesday night. Vicente Mendez scored the Bulldogs' only goal. Princeton plays host to Southern Wayne today....

Rosewood defeats Goldsboro on soccer pitch

Rosewood scored two early goals and cruised past Carolina 1-A Conference foe Goldsboro 4-1 on Wednesday night. Sy Truong scored twice for the Eagles. Jyonte Raynor and Thanh Truong each added one goal in the win. Dee Mabry tallied two...

Trojans split league affair with Barton

WILSON -- Mount Olive's Daisy Thomas scored her third goal in four matches, and fellow freshman Carolin Edenhofner recorded her second consecutive shutout during a 1-0 victory over Conference Carolinas rival Barton College on Wednesday evening. Bulldog goalkeeper Carson...

Warriors carry balanced offense into Aycock game

Eastern Wayne is not what most fans would call a star-studded football team. There is no dynamic running back capable of breaking a long run on any given snap. The passing game is good, but not exactly prolific. Maybe that...

Aycock hangs on, sweeps EW in regular-season play

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock hung on for dear life. Eastern Wayne nearly pulled off an improbable comeback. The Warriors scored two late goals, but the Golden Falcons survived for a 3-2 victory on Wednesday night at Hardy Talton Stadium....

Carolina 1-A cross country results

Team scores BOYS Midway -- 26 Rosewood -- 69 Spring Creek -- 75 Goldsboro -- 108 North Duplin -- 130 Princeton -- 145 Top 15 individuals 1. Michael McLamb, M 18:26 2. Caleb Sanders, M 18:36 3. Allen Coor, SC...

Carolina 1-A Conference tennis results

Results from the 2012 Carolina 1-A Conference girls' tennis tournament contested at Herman Park and Southern Wayne High School: Team standings School Points Goldsboro 5 Spring Creek 5 North Duplin 5 Ayden-Grifton 5 Rosewood 0 Singles First round: Jessica Calvert...

Spring Creek's Daniel claims singles crown

DUDLEY -- Wipe the slate clean. Emily Daniel used that sound, self advice well and emerged the Carolina 1-A Conference singles champion on a sun-splashed Wednesday afternoon at Southern Wayne High School. Daniel defeated North Duplin freshman Julisa Quintanilla 6-4,...

Princeton girls take Carolina 1-A cross country meet

SEVEN SPRINGS -- The Princeton girls' cross country team has slowly been catching up to Rosewood over the course of the Carolina 1-A Conference season. The Bulldogs finally passed the Eagles at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park on Wednesday...