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Friday, February 1, 2013

Area Carolina 1-A schools compete

WENDELL -- Rosewood's girls and Goldsboro's boys emerged the "unofficial" team champions during the season-ending Carolina/Northern Carolina 1-A/2-A indoor track and field meet contested at Corinth-Holders High School on Thursday afternoon. The Eagles, who had just one individual champion,...

Quillen sets county career-win mark

One more record fell. And Rosewood nearly got a shutout. Nick Quillen became Wayne County's all-time career-wins leader and the Eagles pinned 11 of 12 opponents during a 78-6, senior night triumph over Tarboro High on Thursday evening. Quillen stuck...

Question marks surround MOC baseball team

Replacing a two-time All-American, a base thief and a sure-handed second baseman aren't easy chores for any college baseball coach. And when high expectations surround your nationally-renowned program each spring, finding that one quality player to fill each spot becomes...

Barton women defeat Mount Olive

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College has had a pair of opportunities to knock off a Conference Carolinas co-leader during its past two games. The Trojans have come up empty twice. Mount Olive cut a 13-point first-half deficit to one...

MOC men stun No. 12-ranked Barton

MOUNT OLIVE -- Dontrell Brite was not the player anyone inside Kornegay Arena would have picked to be the most valuable player in the "Battle of the East" between Conference Carolinas rivals Mount Olive College and Barton College on Thursday...

Friday preps

Girls' basketball Princeton 38, Ayden-Grifton 37 * AYDEN -- Princeton squeaked out a 38-37 win in overtime against Carolina 1-A Conference foe Ayden-Grifton on Thursday evening. Savanna Massengill led the Bulldogs with 18 points and 16 rebounds. Charley Cox provided...