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  • SPORTS

    Seven from Johnston County qualify for state girls golf championships

    Seven golfers from Johnston County — representing Neuse Charter, North Johnston, Cleveland, Corinth Holders, South Johnston and Smithfield-Selma — advanced to the NCHSAA girls golf state championships.

  • SPORTS

    Sports Briefs: Oct. 26, 2014

    Corinth Holders’ boys soccer team rolled up 16 goals in wins over Triton and Smithfield-Selma last week, finishing off its regular-season schedule with a 19-0 record. The Pirates are expected to be the No. 1 overall seed for the state playoffs in the eastern regional, giving them home field...

  • RECREATION

    Sports Notes

    The 2014 McGee’s Crossroads Athletic Association/West Johnston Fall Baseball Skills Camp will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 8, at McGee’s Crossroads Middle School. The cost is $60 per camper or $100 for two kids from the same family. Baseball players in grades...

  • PRINCETON HIGH

    Closing ability carries Princeton to a sweep

    Princeton fought off two set points in the opening set to win, then reeled off a 10-point second-set run and closed out Whiteville in three sets in the second round of the NCHSAA 1A volleyball playoffs.

  • SOUTH JOHNSTON HIGH

    Asheboro comeback too much for South

    After enduring a bus ride of nearly three hours, and facing on of the state’s best 3A teams did not make for a pleasant afternoon for South Johnston in the second round of the NCHSAA 3A volleyball playoffs. But the Trojans, with an inspired effort, gave the highly regarded and fourth-seeded...

  • CORINTH HOLDERS HIGH

    Corinth Holders blanks Cleveland, wraps up No. 1 playoff seed

    There could have been a big celebration after the Corinth Holders boys soccer team defeated Cleveland 4-0 at home Thursday as, with the victory, the Pirates clinched at least a share of the Two Rivers 3A Conference title.

  • CORINTH HOLDERS HIGH

    Expect a dogfight for Two Rivers 3A Conference playoff berths

    Two games into the Two Rivers 3A Conference football season, the prohibitive favorite — Cleveland — is still the “belle of the ball.” The rest of the league is a mix of teams with some hopes already realized, a few realized and some so far unfulfilled.

  • SOUTH JOHNSTON HIGH

    South slides into Round 2

    South Johnston and Princeton advanced in the NCHSAA volleyball playoffs with three-set sweeps.

  • SPORTS

    Friday's games

    The Comets could jumble up the conference race with a victory and jump into the mix for a top three finish in the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference.

  • SPORTS

    West eyes ultimate goal

    Jimmy Williams says the season has been a really good one for a West Johnston football team that hasn’t been accustomed to winning. And he said he thinks that in his second year as head coach the Wildcats are going to get better and better as long as this season goes.

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