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PRINCETON — Princeton High did not take last week’s 1-A Carolina Conference loss to Rosewood lightly and took out its frustrations by punishing East Carteret, 62-7, in the first round of … more
WENDELL —  Ten Corinth Holders senior athletes across four sports made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent to play at the next level during a ceremony … more
SMITHFIELD — Smith eld-Selma head basketball coach Matt Cuddington hasn’t set many expectations for his team in the upcoming season. “As far as expectations for wins and … more
KERNERSVILLE — Two runners from the Princeton High cross-country team competed in Saturday’s North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A championship meet, and both placed in the … more
KENLY — The North Johnston girls basketball team won’t have the deepest roster in 2-A hoops. With just eight players on the team, the Panthers will live and die by how they can work … more
WENDELL — The strength of the Corinth Holders girls basketball team lies in its variety. The Pirates won’t rely on one player to carry the team night after night, but will instead look … more
KENLY — A 2-0 halftime deficit was too much to overcome as the North Johnston boys soccer team fell 5-2 to East Bladen in the second round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association … more
SMITHFIELD — Caught in a tie at 30 at halftime, the Neuse Charter boys basketball team took over in the second half to beat East Wake Academy 80-65 in the season-opener on Friday. "The way … more
ROLESVILLE — The Corinth Holders football team kept the game close, but ultimately fell 49-19 in the final game of 4-A Northern Athletic Conference play on Friday night at Rolesville. The … more
WENDELL — The Smithfield-Selma football team’s season came to a close with a 52-0 loss to East Wake in the team’s final 3-A Greater Neuse River Conference on Friday … more
PRINCETON — The Princeton football team tied the game at 35 late in the fourth quarter against Rosewood 35-20, but in the end it was overtime that mattered most in a 42-35 decision that gave … more
ROCKY MOUNT — First-year head coach Michael Barnett promised his North Johnston High seniors they would remember their final game. But even Barnett admits he did not expect what transpired … more
Though the Princeton boys basketball team graduated nine seniors after a 23-3 campaign last season, three of the program’s top four scorers — junior Jaheim Taylor, sophomore Nayshin … more
SMITHFIELD — The 2019-20 season for the Neuse Charter girls basketball team will be a learning experience. Senior Dargan Harris will be the lone returning starter for a program that went … more
KENLY — Although at one point it looked like it might be, the third matchup on the year against North Johnston was not the charm for the North Lenoir boys soccer team Wednesday … more
SMITHFIELD — In losing 56-0 on Friday night, the Smithfield-Selma football team lost its ninth game in a row and its third straight with a point in a defeat to Clayton in the penultimate 3-A … more
ROSEBORO — A balanced rushing attack on Friday night ensured the Princeton High football team will enter its regular-season finale — and toughest test of the year — against Rosewood … more
WENDELL — At the end of a long game that extended into overtime, the fate of the Corinth Holders High varsity football team came down to one kick. The Pirates, who led 14-0 at halftime, … more
KENLY — Standout senior receiver Keishon Porter emerged a triple threat for a visiting SouthWest Edgecombe High varsity football team that wrecked North Johnston’s Senior Night with a … more
PRINCETON — Fueled by high energy and gaining momentum as it went, the No. 3-seeded Princeton High volleyball team found a way to take hold of the match in every key moment against Henderson … more
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