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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Warriors 'D' must be their best offense against West Carteret

astevens@newsargus.com Eastern Wayne's offense can't afford to watch from the sidelines when West Carteret puts its ball-control, run-oriented squad on the field Friday evening. The Warrior defense has to keep the Patriots behind the first-down marker on a consistent basis...

McCain's two FTs lift Trojans past Wingate

MOC Sports Information WINGATE -- Jordan McCain hit a pair of free throws with 1.7 seconds remaining to lift Mount Olive to an 81-80, non-conference victory over in-state Wingate on Wednesday evening. McCain shot 8 of 9 at the free...

Rosewood's Morgan signs to play volleyball at MOC

A season of travel volleyball taught Ellen Morgan the value of teamwork. And how to become a leader on and off the court. She realized she wanted her senior year at Rosewood High to be one that wasn't filled...

Gators head to Tarboro with strongest offensive weapon

astevens@newsargus.com SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek is faced with the task of trying to slay a giant this week. At least the Gators will have their biggest weapon. Spring Creek head coach Aaron Sanders confirmed Tuesday that junior quarterback Tre...

CBA's three leaders are Brooks' blessing

rcoggins@newsargus.com PIKEVILLE -- Michael Eutsey, Neil Clark and TJ Morrow have put their stamp on the Charles B. Aycock football program this season. And the trio of unselfish and athletic leaders has undoubtedly set the bar higher for future Golden...