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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Preps digest: JV, middle school sports

JV sports * Baseball: C.B. Aycock 8, Rosewood 5 -- Brandon Palmer led the Golden Falcons with three hits and two runs scored. Lloyd Lowe, Charlie Robertson, Bryce Anders, Kyle Davis, Jacob Sanford, Blake Bartlett and Braxton Leeper each...

Aycock rallies late, wins pivotal ECC softball game

PIKEVILLE -- No matter how cold it got or how hard it rained, Charles B. Aycock was not about to go away. Not with an Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference regular-season championship still up for grabs. The Golden Falcons rallied for...

Princeton defense stifles Rosewood

PRINCETON -- Defense wins championships. Princeton certainly proved the adage on a cold, rainy Monday evening. The Bulldogs claimed a 1-0 victory over archrival Rosewood on the Fred Bartholomew Athletic Complex pitch and seized sole possession of the Carolina 1-A...

C.B. Aycock-S. Johnston softball box

South Johnston 020 010 0 -- 3 9 1 C.B. Aycock 000 104 0 -- 5 7 2 Leading hitters -- South Johnston -- Krista Collins 2-4, 2 RBI; Kayla Allen 1-4; Madison Byrd 2-3; Lauren Higgins 3-4; Anna Webster...

Eastern Wayne cranks out 15-1 non-conference win

Eastern Wayne got its offense on track early and never looked back in a 15-1, non-conference win over Goldsboro on Monday afternoon. Allyson Newsome delivered a pair of doubles and finished with seven RBI for the Warriors. Amanda Hall added...

Wayne Christian defeats WCDS in baseball

Wayne Christian benefited from nine Wayne Country Day errors and cruised to a 14-4, non-conference win on Monday afternoon. Cody Neal suffered the less for Wayne Country Day despite allowing just two earned runs over three innings of work. John...

Golden Falcons edge Greene Central in tennis

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock won the final match of the night in doubles and claimed a 5-4, non-conference victory over Greene Central on Monday night. Addison Vail, Jackson Yelverton, Allan Best and Stanton Head each earned a singles point...

Trojan women finish second in conference tournament

GRAHAM -- Mount Olive posted three of the top eight individual scores, but Queens University of Charlotte swept the field during the Conference Carolinas Match Play Championships on Monday afternoon. The Royals successfully defended their women's golf team championship...

MOC softball wins league title, earns first-ever NCAA regional playoff bid

BURLINGTON -- Mount Olive College did it the hard way. But it was certainly worth it in the end. Sophomore Lauren Smith earned Most Valuable Player honors and the Trojans fended off North Greenville, 5-3, in the championship game of...

Eagles take commanding lead in Carolina 1-A golf

Rosewood entered the Carolina 1-A Conference golf match at Goldsboro Municipal Golf Club with a slim lead in the season standings. The Eagles took advantage of their home course and a scheduling quirk to break free from the pack on...