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Monday, Nov. 6, was the last time the senior group of Western Harnett Eagles took the field in a competitive football game. As they desperately gave everything they had to try and win the last game … more
Midway's field was foggy, but both teams lit up the scoreboard as the Raiders edged out a 44-38 win over Hobbton. more
Picture a typical high school kicker. Quiet, reserved, probably more of a soccer player than a football player. That’s the case at Hobbton. But one thing about the Wildcats’ kicker does stand … more
It’s been a down season for both Triton (2-6, 2-3) and Harnett Central (1-8, 0-4). But that doesn’t mean Thursday’s rivalry matchup was any less exciting. The Hawks came away with a 23-13 win … more
Cape Fear Christian Academy presented its awards for fall sports at a gathering in the school gym. Three Eagles earned All-Sandhills Athletic Conference honors, including eighth-grader Ruby George … more
Last year, Maggie McCormick finished 134th with a time of 21:57.45 in the NCHSAA Girls 3A Cross Country state championship meet. On Saturday’s race at Beeson Park in Kernersville, she finished … more
South Johnston fans were left with a lof of “what if’s” in Thursday night’s 28-13 loss to Greater Neuse Conference rivals Cleveland. If South had won, they would have clenched at least a … more
It’s been a tough season for most of the local soccer teams, but Hobbton’s season is still going, and the Wildcats would like to keep it that way for a couple of more weeks. Hobbton (15-6-1, … more
Two early mistakes made all the difference for Harnett Central in Monday night’s 14-7 homecoming loss to Tri-County Conference foe Union Pines. Without some hiccups on offense and special teams, … more
In a game postponed from Friday night because of weather, the Hobbton Wildcats clawed the Union Spartans on Monday, winning 33-22. The Spartans got first chance and capitalized on it, scoring in … more
When Gage Smith first joined Triton’s soccer team as a freshman, the program was struggling. The Hawks went 0-19-1 in their first 20 games of the 2015 season. “We barely had a team,” Smith … more
South Johnston (7-2, 3-1) stayed hot this past week, beating East Wake 28-14. The Trojans have won three straight, and will look to make it four as they try to upset Greater Neuse Conference leader … more
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