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Western Harnett (0-2) played much better this week, losing on a fourth-quarter field goal on the road, 10-7, to Providence Grove. Western quarterback Tristan Ung completed seven of his 20 pass … more
Wild Jaguars were on the hunt in Trojan territory on Friday night, pouncing on their prey and never letting go. Overhills scratched one Harnett County win onto their record, and are hoping to win … more
South Johnston, 7 — South Granville, 14 Harnett Central, 13 — Overhills, 50 Western Harnett, 7 — Providence Grove, 10 Midway, 36 — Princeton, 50 Hobbton, 29 — Chatham Central, 21 more
“Football isn’t a contact sport, it’s a collision sport. Dancing is a contact sport.” Vince Lombardi, National Football League Hall of Fame coach Week 2 Games: • Harnett … more
Overhills may have the numbers, but Harnett Central has one week of 2018 experience under their belts after a tough, close loss at West Johnston last week. The Trojans … more
Under second-year coach and USPTA Elite Tennis pro Jay James, Cape Fear Christian Academy (CFCA) visited Rosewood High School as the youngest varsity girls tennis team in the country. With three … more
On Friday in Four Oaks a band of Trojans vanquished a large group of Pirates who had come to invade their territory. South Johnston Trojans football defeated the Corinth Holders Pirates, 34-7. … more
Western Harnett’s offensive struggles from the 2017 season continued in their first game of the 2018 season. It all started on the Eagles first offensive possession, when a high snap soared over … more
South Johnston, 34 — Corinth Holders, 7 Harnett Central, 22 — West Johnston, 31 Western Harnett, 0 — Apex Friendship, 43 Triton, 14 — Enloe, 16 Midway, 25 — Union, 18 Hobbton, 0 — Goldsboro, 56 more
Triton At Enloe Just like last year, the season starts with a battle of the birds. The Triton Hawks face off with the Eagles of Enloe in Raleigh tonight. In 2017, Triton won the season … more
On a dreary August morning in Four Oaks, the South Johnston Trojans football team was out in the rain, practicing for this upcoming season. However, the players and coaches did not seem to mind the … more
“Year zero.” That’s how new Hobbton Wildcats head varsity football coach Joe Salas is referring to the 2018 season. Salas has been a football coach for 25 years, 20 of those as a head coach. … more
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