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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Preps digest: Eastern Wayne girls climb to 8-0 overall

Girls' basketball Eastern Wayne 73, Goldsboro 46 * Unbeaten Eastern Wayne created havoc on defense and converted turnovers into points during a 73-46 rout of county foe Goldsboro on Friday evening. "We have to play up tempo and make our...

Friday's prep basketball boxes

BOYS Corinth-Holders 16 13 11 17 -- 57 Princeton 11 10 9 14 -- 44 CORINTH-HOLDERS Khalil Larry 0 0 1-2 1, Kiyon Walden 6 0 1-2 3, Hampton Smith 1 0 0-0 2, Kenneth Collins 3 3 2-2 17,...

Coker women upset MOC; Trojan men lose 6th straight game

HARTSVILLE, S.C. -- Siblings Amber and Autumn Lau, who finished with a game-high 24 points, scored 19 of Coker's final 34 points in a stunning 78-64 upset of previously-unbeaten Mount Olive College on the Conference Carolinas women's basketball scene...

Defensive switch helps Tigers ease past Rebels

WARSAW -- James Kenan scrapped its man-to-man defense, switched to a 2-3 zone and found its rhythm against county foe North Duplin on Friday evening. Frontcourt mates Kinder Georges and Nick Taylor combined for 16 second-half points and nine rebounds...

Goldsboro boys rally late, takes season series against EW

In a game that featured a number of wild plays, the finish was what everyone in the standing-room-only crowd at Eastern Wayne High School expected on Friday night. It was a thriller. Goldsboro scored the final seven points of the...

Pirates' defensive pressure bothers Bulldogs

PRINCETON -- Corinth-Holders may have been the visiting team, but there was little the Pirates weren't in complete control of Friday night inside the "Dog House." Corinth-Holders dictated the game's tempo, the type of defense Princeton was forced to play...