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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Preps digest: JV, middle schools news

JV sports * Baseball: Princeton 13, North Duplin 3 -- Tanner Woodard got the win on the pitcher's mound for the Bulldogs with five innings of work. Woodard allowed just three hits. Jasper Cook paced the Princeton offense with...

North Duplin explodes after spotting Gators 8-run lead

CALYPSO -- North Duplin reeled off 15 unanswered runs and stormed past Spring Creek, 16-9, as first-half play concluded on the Carolina 1-A Conference baseball scene Tuesday evening. Mitchell Thigpen batted 2-for-2, scored three runs and collected four RBI. He...

Eastern Wayne drops 11-inning road game to New Bern

NEW BERN -- A wild pitch in the 11th inning proved to be the deciding play in New Bern's 3-2, non-conference win over Eastern Wayne on Wednesday night. Tyler Huetter led the Warriors with one hit and one RBI. Ryan...

Bulldogs blank Spring Creek

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Peyton Whitley notched a pair of goals and Princeton shut out Spring Creek, 3-0, in a Carolina 1-A Conference game Wednesday evening. Chelsea Hawley added an unassisted goal. Jenna Woodard and Kassandra Velasquez each had one assist....

Mercer notches hat trick for Eagles

Rosewood jumped in front early and cruised past Goldsboro 6-0 on Wednesday night. Lexi Mercer led the Eagles with three goals. Logan Bill added two goals and one assist. Kimberly Scott scored the final Rosewood marker. Samantha Allen tallied three...

Golden Falcons cruise past Southern Wayne

PIKEVILLE -- C.B. Aycock had no trouble dispatching Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference foe Southern Wayne 9-0 on Wednesday afternoon. Will Hoff, Addison Vail, Chas Hooks, Jackson Yelverton, Allan Best and Stanton Head each claimed a singles point for the Golden...

Warriors obtain share of ECC boys' tennis crown

KINSTON -- Eastern Wayne's top-seeded duo of Chaz Fitzpatrick-Mitch Kaspar claimed the match-clinching point in a 5-4 triumph over North Lenoir at Bill Fay Park on Wednesday afternoon. The Warriors (8-2 overall, 8-1 ECC) clinched a share of their second...

No. 1-ranked Trojans peaking at the right time on baseball diamond

About the only thing that has changed around Scarborough Field recently is the number next to Mount Olive's name in the Collegiate Baseball Magazine Division II Top 30 poll. The Trojans regained the top spot in the poll on Monday...

MOC softball team eyes regional berth

BURLINGTON -- Mount Olive doesn't seek redemption. The Trojans just want to compete at the highest level possible. It's a mindset that pleases 11th-year head softball coach Jaime Kylis, whose team opens the 2013 Conference Carolinas tournament against seventh-seeded Erskine...

CBA-Beddingfield softball box

Beddingfield 000 000 000 -- 0 6 1 C.B. Aycock 000 000 001 -- 1 8 3 No outs when game-winning run scored. Leading hitters -- Beddingfield -- Caroline Smith 1-5; Nickie Womble 1-4; Candice Wilkins 1-4; Natalie Boykin 2-4;...

Walk-off thriller: Burroughs' home run lifts C.B. Aycock

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock broke its post-game huddle and Meredith Burroughs trotted out with a teammate to get the flag behind the center-field fence. A few moments later, Burroughs walked back through the gate and headed toward the dugout...

Goldsboro's Johnson signs NLI with Louisburg

Brandy Johnson went searching for the comforts away from home and found them on her second recruiting trip. There was just something about Louisburg College that appealed to the Wayne School of Engineering senior. She enjoyed touring the small campus...