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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Wrestling box scores

Princeton 60 Lejeune 14 170 -- Patrick Norris (P) wbf Luke Boes, 5:13; 182 -- Brent Odham (P) by forfeit; 195 -- double forfeit; 220 -- Skylar Shields (P) by forfeit; Hwt -- Matt Peedin (P) by forfeit; 106 --...

Wayne Country Day/Trinity-Fayetteville boys

Wayne Country Day had the opportunity to stand toe-to-toe with a state-ranked opponent on Wednesday night. The lessons learned may prove to be more valuable than the result. Second-ranked Trinity Christian of Fayetteville scored on critical possessions down the stretch...

WCDS-Trinity of Fayetteville box scores

BOYS Trinity-Fayetteville 8 16 21 18 -- 63 Wayne Country Day 18 8 15 9 -- 50 TRINITY-FAYETTEVILLE (15-6) Shyheim Wilson 0 0 2-2 2, TJ Dean 2 1 0-0 7, Dennis Smith Jr. 5 2 0-0 16, Josh Smith...

Neuse Charter boys roll past North Duplin

CALYPSO -- North Duplin fell behind by 20 points in the first half and never recovered in a 72-25 beating by Neuse Charter on Wednesday night. Daron Goodman emerged the lone Rebel in double figures with 10 points. North Duplin...

CBA matmen turn back Triton

ERWIN -- Senior Charlie Mills returned to the lineup, provided some energy and Charles B. Aycock squeezed past Triton, 46-33, in Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference action Wednesday evening. Mills, who has dealt with back issues most of the season, pinned...

Defending NCISAA 1-A champ defeats WCDS girls

Defending N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Class 1-A state champion Trinity Christian of Fayetteville turned back Wayne Country Day 48-25 in non-conference play on Wednesday evening. De'aira Smith paced the Conquerors with 20 points and Chrishelle Smith supplied 16 points...

North Duplin girls get 2nd win of season

CALYPSO -- North Duplin swept the season series from Neuse Charter with a 41-24 victory on Wednesday night. Jordan Jones led the Rebels with 15 points. Shaily McCarty added 13 points in the win. North Duplin (2-14 overall) visits Rosewood...

Cougar grapplers learn lessons in tri-meet

Goldsboro missed two wrestlers and surrendered numerous forfeits during a non-conference tri-meet against Lejeune and Princeton on Wednesday evening. The Cougars learned a few things, too. Lejeune swept all three contested matches and handed Goldsboro a 39-24 loss. Princeton logged...