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Friday, September 20, 2013

Chargers net victory over CPIC tennis archrival Greenfield

rcoggins@newsargus.com Leader of the pack. Wayne Country Day remained unbeaten on the Coastal Plains Independent 1-A/2-A Conference girls' tennis scene with a 7-2 triumph over archrival Greenfield on Thursday afternoon. The Chargers (8-2 overall, 2-0 CPIC) secured the outcome in...

Warriors catching 'winning fever' in volleyball

rhanchett@newsargus.com After enduring 12 consecutive losses to start the season, the Eastern Wayne volleyball team now finds itself in the midst of a hot streak. The Warriors dominated the first set and rolled past Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A Conference rival Southern...

Eagles' Jones prevails on favorite XC course

Wayne Christian's Connor Jones was the top male runner in a nine-team meet held at Historic Waynesborough Park on Thursday afternoon. Jones finished the race in 17 minutes, 33 seconds. Goldsboro's Victor Prezbindowski was second in 18:55. Wayne Christian's Spencer...

Rosewood linksters place 4th at Pine Hollow

CLAYTON -- Rosewood finished fourth in a 12-team match contested at Pine Hollow Golf Course on Thursday afternoon. West Johnston won with a team score of 139. North Johnston (148) and Smithfield-Selma (149) were second and third, respectively. The Eagles...

Southern Wayne soccer knocks off South Central, 3-0

WINTERVILLE -- Southern Wayne earned a 3-0 win at South Central on Thursday evening. Ulysses Ramirez, Alfonso Ortiz and Desir Deufort each scored for the Saints. Southern Wayne (5-2-0 overall, 2-1-0 ECC) plays host to New Bern on Tuesday....

DH Conley slips past CBA in ECC 3A soccer game

GREENVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock saw a 2-1 lead halftime lead evaporate in a 3-2 loss to D.H. Conley in an Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A Conference game Thursday evening. Dallen Edwards scored of Collin Zacharzuk's corner kick in the 10th minute...

Princeton sweeps James Kenan in volleyball

PRINCETON -- Carolina 1-A Conference leader Princeton picked up a 25-7, 25-9, 25-13 win at James Kenan on Thursday evening. Savanna Massengill paced the Bulldogs with 15 kills and four blocks. Taylor Carroll had eight kills and Kasey Edwards supplied...

Rosewood spikers turn back Hobbton

Rosewood swept Carolina 1-A Conference opponent Hobbton 25-6, 25-14, 25-8 on Thursday evening. The Eagles' Anna Ingram handed out 10 assists to go with two aces. Callie Thornton supplied seven aces, three kills and two digs. Ellen Morgan contributed three...

Greene Central posts another shutout in ECC 2A tennis

SNOW HILL -- Greene Central cruised past Eastern Carolina 2-A Conference opponent Ayden-Grifton 9-0 on Thursday afternoon. Taylar Keel, Lindsay May, MacKenzie Butts, Brycen Radford, Chasity Holloman and Morgan Britt each earned a singles win. The tandems of Keel-Butts, May-Holloman...

Golden Falcons double JH Rose in tennis

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock won all three doubles matches and defeated J.H. Rose 6-3 in an Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A match on Thursday afternoon. Ashton Walker, Casie Belom and Kassidy Pitchford each recorded a singles victory for the Golden Falcons....

Lakewood upends Spring Creek in volleyball

astevens@newsargus.com SEVEN SPRINGS -- Deanna Morris may not put much stock in moral victories, but there's no denying her Spring Creek volleyball program is headed in the right direction. The Gators pushed Lakewood throughout a 25-18, 23-25, 25-17, 25-21 Carolina...

Lane Tree Ladies Golf news

Rhonda Williams captured game-of-the-week and low gross during play on the Lane Tree Golf Club links. Teresa Shearin took low net and Sherry Minner won low putts. Cathy Garris took second place in first flight play during an Eastern...

Preps digest: JV, middle schools

JV sports * Volleyball: Hobbton d. Rosewood 25-9, 16-25, 25-21 -- Ada Rivera led the Eagles with five assists and three service aces. Logan Merritt provided six aces and two digs. Hannah Daniels added three aces, three digs and...

Rosewood faces another running team tonight

rhanchett@newsargus.com Rosewood has a complex problem. The Eagles have allowed 661 yards rushing during the last two weeks. Midway and Lejeune combined to score 93 points and each contest ended in defeat for Rosewood. Lejeune's Jamaz Richardson rolled for 181...