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Saturday, January 26, 2013

MOC men's volleyball team tops Lees-McRae

MOC Sports Information MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive fell from the unbeaten ranks overall, but remained perfect on the Conference Carolinas men's volleyball scene Saturday evening. The Trojans dispatched in-state archrival Lees-McRae 25-22, 24-26, 25-21, 25-21 after suffering a four-set...

Limestone uses 2nd-half run to defeat Trojan women

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive exchanged punches with Conference Carolinas co-leader Limestone for more than 20 minutes on Saturday afternoon. One devastating five-minute stretch changed all of that. The No. 22-ranked Saints used a 14-0, second-half run to defeat the...

MOC men knock off Limestone

MOUNT OLIVE -- At one point in the second half, Limestone head coach Brandon Scott yelled out to his starting center Phillip Moultrie. "Get points, that is all we care about," Scott shouted. Scott would have been better served yelling...

Jovan Williams plays in Aztec Bowl

MONTERREY, Mexico -- Goldsboro native Javon Williams provided a rushing touchdown and the All-American Eagles rolled to a 49-26 victory over ONEFA All-Stars during the 40th annual Aztec Bowl. A sophomore at Livingstone College, Williams rambled for a 26-yard...

Goldsboro boys starting to find identity with Stephens

The wait for the official announcement naming Russell Stephens as the next varsity boys' basketball coach at Goldsboro High School seemed to drag on forever. Perhaps it is fitting that the process of the Cougars finding their footing and discovering...

CBA grapplers dump No. Nash, falls to New Bern

RED OAK -- Charles B. Aycock continued its season-long dominance over Big East 3-A teams and battled a future Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A foe during a three-team wrestling meet contested at Northern Nash. The Golden Falcons (25-5 overall) cranked out...