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WENDELL — The Corinth Holders boys basketball team was bombarded by a balanced Knightdale scoring attack on Friday night at home in a 4-A Northern Athletic Conference matchup. The Pirates … more
WENDELL — The Corinth Holders girls basketball team suffered its fourth setback in the 4-A Northern Athletic Conference with a 55-38 loss to Knightdale at home on Friday night. “I … more
GOLDSBORO — The Princeton boys basketball team improved to 5-0 in the 1-A Carolina Conference with 69-50 dominant victory over Rosewood on Tuesday night. Nayshin Waller and Aden Taylor … more
ROSE HILL — Freshman guard Anna Taylor put up her second-consecutive 37-point game to lead the Neuse Charter girls basketball team to a 62-32 victory over Rose Hill Union on Tuesday … more
BETHEL — The North Johnston girls basketball team came all the way back in the fourth quarter to capture its first 2-A Eastern Plains Conference victory over North Pitt on Tuesday night by … more
CLAYTON — The Cleveland boys basketball team ended what had been a losing skid with a 70-54 win over Smithfield-Selma, while the Spartans continued to slid deeper into 3-A Greater Neuse River … more
CLAYTON — After trailing Smithfield-Selma by seven at the half, the Cleveland girls basketball team executed a big second-half comeback to take over the 3-A Greater Neuse River Conference … more
WENDELL — Katlin Burns has known soccer from every side of the game. All of that experience, which has led Burns to sinking her teeth into her first head coaching position as the … more
KENLY — North Johnston senior guard Justin Vann came up big late in the fourth quarter to help the Panthers pull out a 57-53 victory over 2-A Eastern Plains Conference foe Beddingfield on … more
KENLY — In the second half of the Beddingfield girls basketball team’s 44-29 victory over North Johnston on Wednesday night, Daneesha Briggs made her imprint all over the direction of the … more
SMITHFIELD — After a game full of runs, the final one, executed by the Beddingfield boys basketball game, closed out a 61-56 nonconference win over Smithfield-Selma on the road Monday night. … more
SMITHFIELD — With the game on the line, Beddingfield girls basketball 6-foot-4 center Makayla Everette scored all 15 points for the Bruins in the fourth quarter to push the team past host … more
CLAYTON — After a lengthy search, Clayton High School has found the man who will lead its football program out of a turbulent year and into the future.  Shane Handy, the longtime head … more
WENDELL — A pair of Pirate wrestlers shone through for the home team at Corinth Holders’ 25-team Jolly Roger Invitational over the weekend.  126-pound wrestler Logan Haseley and … more
SMITHFIELD — From start to finish, Neuse Charter freshman Sire Holmes was there to keep his basketball team just ahead of Hobbton on Friday night in a 68-54 victory. With just as many points … more
SMITHFIELD — The Neuse Charter girls basketball team dominated Hobbton in its second 1-A Carolina Conference victory, beating the Wildcats 41-18 by leading through defense.  While … more
ROSE HILL — Jaheim Taylor and Tyrese Whitley led the Princeton boys basketball team to a 73-27 dominant victory over Rose Hill Union in 1-A Carolina Conference play on Wednesday … more
KENLY — When North Johnston senior Justin Richardson gets on the wrestling mat, it’s as if he’s suddenly in his own world. Those words, which come directly from head coach Jeff … more
SMITHFIELD — In recognition for the high school’s 50th anniversary this year, Smithfield-Selma High will be hosting its basketball alumni weekend on Friday, Jan. 24 and Saturday, Jan. 25 … more
NEWTON GROVE — The Princeton boys basketball team began its 1-A Carolina Conference season with a victory, coasting to an easy 72-27 win over Newton Grove Hobbton on the road Tuesday … more
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