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KENLY — After watching his Beddingfield football team win its fifth game in seven contests, head coach Carl Smith couldn’t help but reflect on just how sloppy his team had played. The … more
Caught in a 2-2 tie at the end of regulation, the Neuse Charter boys soccer team took down North Duplin in penalty kicks by a 4-3 margin on Wednesday night in 1-A Carolina Conference play. The … more
ROSE HILL — The Neuse Charter volleyball team swept Rose Hill Union, 25-14, 25-9, 25-15, on Wednesday for its second 1-A Carolina Conference victory of the week. On Tuesday, the … more
WENDELL — The Corinth Holders volleyball team battled past a 2-1 deficit to overcome Heritage, earning a 24-26, 25-16, 24-26, 25-18, 15-13 victory on Thursday night to hand the Huskies their … more
KENLY — When approached by North Johnston head coach David Anderson about playing tennis in fall 2018, Arial Pearce nearly passed on the idea.  She didn’t think the sport was for … more
SMITHFIELD — The Clayton High varsity boys soccer team took a healthy 3-0 lead into the half Wednesday night at Smithfield-Selma, but barely three minutes into the second half the Comets … more
WENDELL — The momentum the Corinth Holders High varsity … more
KNIGHTDALE — The Corinth Holders volleyball team dismantled Knightdale, 25-9, 25-13, 25-10, in three sets on Thursday for its fourth victory in a row in 4-A Northern Athletic Conference play.A … more
SMITHFIELD — Taking a 2-0 lead early in a soccer game never hurts.  On Wednesday, the Neuse Charter varsity boys soccer team found that its early offensive efforts served it well in a … more
WENDELL — The Corinth Holders football team was handed its first loss of the season by Cleveland High on Friday night, 56-23.After a 4-0 start the Pirates (4-1) fell to the Rams (5-1), who are … more
BENSON — Holding host Benson scoreless in the first half, the North Johnston Middle football team won its second game of the season, 20-6, on Thursday. “The boys really worked hard … more
ANGIER — The Smithfield-Selma football team took on Harnett Central on Friday, Sept. 27, but the game was not completed. In the first quarter, with the Trojans up 7-0, the game was postponed … more
PRINCETON — Jaydon Brooks wasn’t supposed to be an intregal part of the Princeton High offense against the North Johnston football team on Friday night. Although already a huge … more
WAKE FOREST — After losing control of the first set and falling behind 1-0 early to Wake Forest on Thursday, something changed for the Corinth Holders High varsity volleyball team and altered … more
PIKEVILLE — Despite falling in an eventual 34-24 decision, North Johnston varsity football head coach Michael Barnett was pleased with the effort he saw from his Panthers against C.B. Aycock on … more
RALEIGH — The Princeton High football team hung 60 points on Wake Christian to keep up its high-scoring pace this season in the 60-20 rout on Sept. 20. With a 28-point effort as the low … more
SMITHFIELD — Scoring seven touchdowns and holding an opponent scoreless tends to yield a lot of smiles. After taking a 43-point lead into halftime, the Corinth Holders sideline was giddy … more
PRINCETON — After closing out the second set to take a 2-0 lead over Neuse Charter, Princeton High volleyball head coach Paige Renfrow gathered her team together before a crucial third … more
SMITHFIELD — North Johnston High varsity football head coach Michael Barnett’s first win, by no means, will be his prettiest. But as the ice chips from an emptied cooler started being … more
Two wins to start the season, including one over Pamlico County — last year’s  North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A runner up — impressed the voters as the … more
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