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Wayne County United Soccer Club Academy U9 team recently won the Wrangler/McDonald’s 40th Soccer Tournament in Greensboro.

After a great regular season, the Goldsboro High School baseball team made history when it reached the playoffs for the first time in 25 years.

During the last four years, Southern Wayne head track and field coach Ronnie McClary had one of the best seats in the house watching student-athletes Erykah Baldwin and Taylen West grow into affable, mature people.

Rarely can a college campus far away from home and full of strangers look and feel like home, but McKenzie Norris found an exception to the rule.

RALEIGH — No. 17 NC State baseball opened its series with Clemson on Friday evening at Doak Field at Dail Park with a 6-1 victory. The Wolfpack jumped out to a 4-0 lead through two innings with two runs apiece in each frame, then Tyler McDonough’s two-run triple in the seventh provided the t…

When it’s time to step up — step up, or more accurately jump up. Will Harris made sure to jump up.

The Rosewood High School’s boys’ varsity golf team participated in the Eastern North Carolina 1-A Regionals on Tuesday. The team came up a few strokes short in qualifying for the state tournament, but the Eagles had two players qualify as individuals.

CHAPEL HILL — Alec Burleson worked four innings on the mound and drove in a pair of runs, while Jake Washer belted his first career grand slam helping No. 8 ECU to a 9-5 win over No. 12 UNC Wednesday night at Boshamer Stadium. With the win the Pirates improve to 37-11 on the season and the T…

A swiss-army knife, who goes wherever he is needed, Dylan Denning is ready to flourish on the football field at the next level, and he’s getting his chance at Methodist University in Fayetteville.

Of the 11 public schools in the News-Argus coverage area, only three qualified for the N.C. High School Athletic Association baseball playoffs.

RALEIGH — No. 20 NC State baseball opened its series against Radford on Friday evening at Doak Field at Dail Park with a 6-3 win. On Saturday, the Wolfpack powered past Radford with nine runs on 11 hits and clinched the weekend series with a 9-3 win.

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Playing on Charles B. Aycock’s boys’ varsity soccer team for the past four years, Coe Jordan learned a thing or two about a good fit.

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As Wayne County Post 11 gets ready to launch its 2019 campaign in two weeks at Goldsboro High School against North Raleigh, Post 11 head coach Adam Pate is hoping to build off of last year’s successful season.

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Football season has been over for five months, but the Rosewood Eagles are still winning awards.

TIGERVILLE, S.C. — No. 3 seeded University of Mount Olive Trojans fell to the No. 1 seed North Greenville University Crusaders 10-7 in the Conference Carolinas Baseball Championship Final Sunday afternoon.

TIGERVILLE, S.C. — No. 3 seeded University of Mount Olive Trojans took down the No. 2 seed Barton College Bulldogs 6-5 in game six of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Championship Tournament Friday night.

TIGERVILLE – No. 3 seeded University of Mount Olive Trojans took down the No. 4 seed Erskine College Flying Fleet 11-5 in the first game of day two of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Championship Tournament Thursday morning. Mount Olive advances to play the winner of the Belmont Abbey/Bart…