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Friday, September 27, 2013

Chargers turn back Knights in CPIC volleyball match

rcoggins@newsargus.com Steve Mau's pre-game worries were quickly put to rest once Wayne Country Day stepped onto the volleyball court and turned in a dominating effort Thursday afternoon. Rachel Uzzell dished out 32 assists and the Chargers served 26 aces as...

Spring Creek nips Southern Nash, 2-1

rhanchett@newsargus.com SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek took advantage of an early opportunity. The Gators' defense made it stand up. Ivan Lemus scored a goal in the second minute of play and Spring Creek held on for a 2-1 win over...

Wayne Christian's Jones leads field

NEW BERN -- Wayne Christian's Connor Jones was the top male runner in a 12-team meet contested at Creekside Park on Thursday afternoon. Jones finished the race in 16 minutes, 56 seconds. South Lenoir's Mason Zeagler's finished second in 17:06....

Rosewood linksters take 3-team meet at Cardinal CC

SELMA -- Lindsey Burton earned medalist honors with a nine-hole round of 40 as Rosewood won a three-team meet at Cardinal Country Club on Thursday afternoon. The Eagles compiled a team score of 143 and finished ahead of North Johnston's...

Rams stay unbeaten on ECC 2A tennis scene

SNOW HILL -- Greene Central swept Eastern Carolina 2-A Conference opponent Kinston 9-0 on Thursday afternoon. Taylar Keel, Lindsey May, MacKenzie Butts, Brycen Radford, Chasity Holloman and Caitlin Deans each picked up a singles win for the Rams. The doubles...

Wayne Country Day netters blank Greenfield, 9-0

WILSON -- Wayne Country Day completed a regular-season sweep of Coastal Plains Independent 1-A/2-A Conference nemesis Greenfield with a 9-0 win at Barton College on Thursday afternoon. Taylor Willman, Jennifer Potts, Ally Willman, Mollie Catherine McDonald, Meredith Roethling and Margaux...

North Duplin slips past Spring Creek in tennis

MOUNT OLIVE -- North Duplin held off Spring Creek 5-4 in a Carolina 1-A Conference match at Mount Olive College on Thursday afternoon. Julissa Quintanilla, Jasmine Quintanilla, Casey Whitted and Conner Miktka each won their singles matches for the Rebels....

Golden Falcons net ECC tennis shutout

PIKEVILLE -- Charles B. Aycock defeated South Central 9-0 on Thursday afternoon in Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A Conference play. Ashton Walker, Rachel Jackson, Casie Belom, Cassidy Coerver, Kassidy Pitchford and Megan Parrish were victorious in singles play for the Golden Falcons....

No. 3-ranked Warriors dispatch DHC on senior day

Third-ranked Eastern Wayne celebrated senior day with an 8-1 rout of Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A Conference foe D.H. Conley on Thursday afternoon. Faith Sutton, Savannah Sutton, McKenna Dove, Cameron Dove, Debbie Mitchell and Brennan Dove each won their respective singles matches....

Gators hand North Duplin a 4-set loss

SEVEN SPRINGS -- Rachel McCollum pounded out 26 kills and Spring Creek earned a 25-9, 22-25, 25-13, 25-9 win over North Duplin on Thursday evening. McCollum also recorded 12 digs and eight aces. Dianna Carreno had 22 assists. Sarah Ford...

Carolina 1A volleyball leader Princeton rolls past Hobbton

PRINCETON -- Carolina 1-A Conference leader Princeton turned back Hobbton 25-6, 25-12, 25-12 on Thursday evening. The Bulldogs' Savanna Massengill finished with nine kills and seven aces. Taylor Carroll supplied eight kills and Tori Paul had seven kills. Kasey Edwards...

Rosewood sweeps James Kenan

WARSAW -- Rosewood swept Carolina 1-A Conference foe James Kenan 25-4, 25-17, 25-19 on Thursday evening. Ellen Morgan led the Eagles with 10 kills, six digs and two aces. Jordan Martens handed out 10 assists and Anna Ingram had five...

Next two non-conference games will test Cougars' mettle

rcoggins@newsargus.com The ship hasn't fallen apart. Goldsboro High head football coach Eric Reid hopes it continues to stay afloat with two "measuring stick" games remaining before Eastern Carolina 2-A Conference play begins the second week of October. Jacksonville Northside invades...

Preps digest: JV, middle schools

JV sports * Volleyball: Rosewood d. James Kenan 25-20, 25-19 -- Ada Rivera distributed five assists for the Eagles. Hannah Daniels had three kills and Hailey Weeks added three digs. Middle schools * Football: Norwayne 22, Mount Olive 6...