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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
KENLY — An emphatic statement to the North Johnston High softball program’s success was delivered during an informal gathering in the school auditorium Nov. 14. Five senior members of the … more
KENLY — North Johnston High’s basketball season will tip off this Friday with the sixth annual “Late Night with Batten,” the Panthers’ community pep rally modeled after college teams’ … more
ERWIN — Triton’s varsity football team finished the season on a positive note, shutting out West Johnston 27-0 on senior night. After a messy first quarter filled with many mistakes, penalties … more
KITTY HAWK — The 2018 varsity boys soccer season for Eastern Plains Conference champion North Johnston High ended with a 4-1 loss to host First Flight, the No. 1 seed among 32 East Region … more
KENLY — Especially important for the Charles B. Aycock and North Johnston varsity football teams was ending a turbulent, weather-plagued 2018 season on a strong note. If playing all scheduled 48 … more
FOUR OAKS — South Johnston fans were left with a lof of “what if’s” in Thursday night’s 28-13 loss to Greater Neuse Conference rival Cleveland. If the Trojans had won, they would have … more
GOLDSBORO — The Bulldogs from Princeton High paid a visit to the Rosewood Eagles Friday night looking to complete an undefeated regular season and lock … more
Wilson junior golf phenom Jake Herring insists he has known all along that he wanted North Carolina State University to be the next stop in his educational process and the next step in his golf … more
Wednesday, September 19High School Varsity VolleyballSouthern Nash at Hunt, 5 p.m.; Rocky Mount at Fike, 5 p.m.; Beddingfield at North Pitt, 5:30 p.m.High School Varsity Boys SoccerTarboro at SW … more
Playing at home for the first time in eight matches, the Wilson Christian volleyball team absorbed a 20-25, 25-22, 15-11 loss, its first of the year, at the hands of DASH Homeschool on … more
Junior Lauren Pate hammered down 22 kills Tuesday night as the Community Christian School varsity volleyball team halted a three-game losing streak by defeating 1-A/2-A Coastal Independents … more
For Southern Nash, doing nothing is better than winning — at least in the minds of the voters in The Associated Press high school football rankings for North Carolina. The Firebirds, who had … more
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