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In their first postseason appearance in three years, the Hobbton Wildcats’ season ended in a loss at East Carteret Friday night in the first round of the NCHSAA 1AA playoffs. The final score was … more
South Johnston’s football season came to an early end Friday night in Mebane. The Trojans couldn’t keep up with Eastern Alamance’s breakneck pace on offense, falling 49-7 in the first round of … more
It was an easy decision for Bradley Wilson. It only took one unofficial visit to Greenville for him to know that East Carolina University was the perfect fit for him. “I just liked what the … more
Registration for the Lillington Parks and Recreation Youth Basketball leagues will close today. Youth leauges are open for children ages 5-17 before Jan. 1, 2019. There is a registration fee of … more
Triton’s boys basketball team is still trying to figure out its identity heading into the 2018-19 season. The Hawks will try to replace each of last year’s top three scorers, as well as the … more
Triton’s girls basketball team will have lots of two things this year: experience and inexperience. The Hawks return an astounding six seniors this season. They’ll also bring on four freshmen, … more
E.J. Bethea is all about giving extra effort. He’s been hooping since he was 5 years old. From Triton, to Fayetteville Academy, and now at Cape Fear Christian Academy, he’s always been a hard … more
Gideon Betz scored the game’s only goal in the 99th minute to lift Campbell to the Big South Conference men’s soccer title Sunday in a 1-0 decision over defending champion Presbyterian. For … more
Friday, Nov. 9, was a day the seniors from Midway’s football team will never forget. Not only was it the last time they will play a competitive high school football game, wearing a Midway football … more
Triton’s varsity football team finished the season on a positive note, shutting out West Johnston 27-0 on senior night. After a messy first quarter filled with many mistakes, penalties, and … more
Daniel Smith ran for three first half scores, helping Campbell secure its first Big South Conference football win by downing Presbyterian on the road 34-6 Saturday at Bailey Memorial … more
After sleepwalking through the first half, South Johnston came out of the locker room riled up and rolled over Union Pines on Friday. The Trojans closed out their senior night with a 24-6 win after … more
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