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Wednesday, Dec. 19 High School Wrestling North Lenoir, St. Paul's, Neuse Charter at Clinton, 3:30 p.m.   Thursday, Dec. 20 High School Varsity Boys Basketball Clayton at … more
WILSON — Smithfield-Selma senior point guard Anthony Council surpassed the 1,000-point mark for his career Thursday night in a 67-60 win against Beddingfield. Council came into the game needing … more
KENLY — North Johnston High is looking for a new varsity football coach after Jonathan Riba resigned at the end of this past season. Riba finished with a 15-19 record in three years as head … more
PRINCETON — Princeton’s football team had a historic season, but it didn’t start on the field, it started in New York. A mission trip to feed the hungry in the summer let head coach Travis … more
KENLY —  The North Johnston High varsity boys basketball team continued to rebound, posting its second decisive win of the week by a 67-22 count against 1-A visitor Hobbton on Friday … more
KENLY — The North Johnston’s girls basketball team enjoyed its most dominant performance of the season with a 54-9 win against Hobbton, 54-9, Friday night. The 2-A Eastern Plains Conference … more
Clayton defensive lineman and defensive back Savion Jackson and JR Walker will play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Saturday. Corinth-Holders offensive lineman Jacob Monk will aslo play in the … more
PRINCETON — It was many years in the making, but Princeton finally got over the hump and defeated cross-county varsity girls basketball rival North Johnston, 38-31, Friday night.  For the … more
PRINCETON — North Johnston couldn’t keep up with the fast-paced style of Princeton and the Panthers couldn’t hand the Bulldogs their first varsity boys basketball loss of the season Friday, … more
SMITHFIELD — The Smithfield-Selma varsity boys basketball team got three straight wins last week, as the Spartans are 3-2 for the first time since 2015 when the team won 17 games, the most wins in … more
Wednesday, Dec. 12 High School Varsity Boys Basketball Princeton at Spring Creek, 7:30 p.m.   High School Varsity Girls Basketball Princeton at Spring Creek, 6 … more
SMITHFIELD — A 3-point second quarter from the Beddingfield High varsity girls basketball team gave Smithfield-Selma an insurmountable lead, which led to a 45-26 win for the Lady Spartans on … more
SMITHFIELD — Smithfield-Selma High senior point guard Anthony Council had 36 … more
Randolph-Macon senior offensive lineman Greg Castle, a product of North Johnston High, won the the Offensive Lineman of the Year in the state of Virginia for NCAA Division II/III/NAIA/USCAA by the … more
Players, coaches, ADs, parents, and readers — I would like to start off by thanking you for allowing me into your community. I am excited to get to work with all of you in Johnston and Wilson … more
KENLY — With three wins already under its belt, the Princeton High varsity boys basketball team came out firing in the first quarter of Friday’s rivalry showdown at North Johnston. The 1-A … more
LA GRANGE — Johnston County Hall of Famer and retired North Lenoir baseball coach Jim Montague said family has been a big part of his coaching success that led him to his induction into the North … more
WARSAW — After trailing 38-33 at halftime, the Princeton High varsity boys basketball team rallied for a season-opening 77-65 victory at James Kenan on Monday, Nov. 19. The 1-A Carolina … more
KENLY — North Johnston High will host the Springhill Outfitters Holiday Tournament on Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 27-28, involving boys and girls varsity basketball teams from Rosewood, Falls Lake … more
PRINCETON — Aiming for their first appearance in the third round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A football playoffs since 2014, the Princeton Bulldogs instead saw their … more
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