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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

WCDS athletes recognized for banner fall season

rcoggins@newsargus.com Wayne Country Day's stellar fall season officially came to a close Sunday evening. And what a start to the Chargers' 2013-14 sports season it's been. Jennifer Potts earned the match-clinching point in singles, lifting WCDS past top-seeded Statesville, 5-4,...

NRYFL: C.B. Aycock 12-U team rolls into Division I final

12-Under: C.B. Aycock 47, Boys & Girls Club 20 -- Xavier Eutsey rushed for a team-leading 103 yards and provided one touchdown for the Little Falcons, who advanced to Saturday's Division I championship game against Mount Olive. Kickoff is...

Rams eliminated from 2A dual-team playoffs

SNOW HILL -- North Carolina School of Science and Math stayed perfect on the season and eliminated Greene Central, 6-0, from the NCHSAA 2-A dual team playoffs on Monday. Greene Central concluded the season 20-5 overall....

Area soccer teams learn playoff fates

Eight teams in the News-Argus readership area have qualified for the 2013 N.C. High School Athletic Association playoffs. In 3-A, county rivals Southern Wayne (9-6-1 overall) and Charles B. Aycock (8-8-1) will play Wednesday. The seventh-seeded Saints play host to...

Rosewood's Burton shoots opening-round 79

SOUTHERN PINES -- Rosewood's Lindsey Burton trails the overall leader by five strokes after opening-round play of the N.C. High School Athletic Association Classes 1-A/2-A women's golf championships on Monday afternoon. Burton fired a 79 on the Longleaf Golf and...

Barnes notches hat trick (3 goals) for MOC women

MOC Sports Information MURFREESBORO -- Sophomore Ellie Barnes recorded her first-ever collegiate hat trick (three goals) during Mount Olive's 7-0 thrashing of in-state women's soccer foe Chowan University on Monday afternoon. Barnes scored in the 4th, 54th and 76h minutes....

MOC holds annual Green-White games

rcoggins@newsargus.com MOUNT OLIVE -- There's plenty of work left to do. And very little time to get it done. That's the summation provided head coaches Joey Higginbotham and Wendy Lee after viewing their respective teams in the annual Green-White exhibition...