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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
KENLY — A sluggish start offensively and the scoring power of Goldsboro Rosewood was not a recipe for for the North Johnston boys basketball team to capture the Johnstonian News Holiday … more
KENLY — With only seven players tasked with playing through double overtime, the North Johnston High varsity girls basketball team did just enough to capture a 52-48 victory over Creedmoor … more
KENLY — Surviving a two-point scare midway through the fourth quarter, the North Johnston boys basketball team stayed just ahead of Raleigh Charter in the end to escape with a 73-64 victory on … more
KENLY — It’s hard to compete in a basketball game when your team scores just seven points. On Thursday night, the North Johnston varsity girls basketball team held Raleigh Charter … more
KENLY — The Johnstonian News is back for its second year as title sponsor of North Johnston’s winter basketball tournament, which begins Thursday. The Panthers will host the … more
Never in the 44-year history of the renamed Farris & Thomas Holiday Tournament for high school basketball teams has a player from a nonchampionship team been proclaimed the most valuable … more
After three seasons as head football coach at Smithfield-Selma, Mike Parrish has resigned from the position, the Johnstonian News has learned.  Parrish, who taught business courses at … more
The Smithfield-Selma High varsity basketball teams point to the program's seventh appearance in the re-named Farris & Thomas Holiday Tournament with the girls eager to return to the championship … more
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