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It’s been a tough season for Hobbton basketball. The Wildcats are still searching for their first win of the season in 2019. But fans had something to cheer about Thursday night. Before … more
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Zach Johnson and Chris Lykes combined for 43 points to lead Miami to a 73-62 win over Campbell Saturday at the Watsco Center. Johnson hit 5-of-6 threes and finished with a … more
Summers are typically dominated by baseball in Harnett County, but local kids made a splash on the hardwood this summer. The Harnett Strongballers third-, fourth- and fifth-grade teams, along with … more
It was a successful summer for local softball and baseball. Not only was Harnett County home of Minor League champs, but World Series champs. The Dunn Angels 10U Dixie Youth softball team went the … more
Chris Clemons had a tough decision to make this spring. After impressing scouts by averaging 24.9 points per game as a junior in 2017-2018, the Millbrook high school alum had to decide between … more
Midway High School added a fourth state championship to its trophy case in 2018, this time in golf. The Raiders shot a two-day total of 639 in the NCHSAA 2A Championship at Whispering Pines … more
While summer is often seen as a time for rest and relaxation, the Buies Creek Astros brought excitement to the area this year. After dominating the regular season with a record of 80-57, the … more
Both of South Johnston’s varsity basketball teams experienced firsts in the Trojans’ Christmas Tournament. The girls picked up their first win of the season 39-38 over C.B. Aycock on Thursday, … more
It’s no secret that baseball is big in the greater Dunn area. With a rich pool of talent at local high schools and an improving Campbell baseball program, not to mention a nearby minor league team, … more
For the first time in program history, Campbell’s football team competed as an Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) scholarship program in 2018. It came just 10 years after Campbell revived … more
In a year that brought many new things, The Daily Record decided to bring back something old by reinstating the Gridiron Jury. Featuring familiar faces as well as some newcomers to the … more
It’s hard enough for high school athletic directors to put together a full schedule, but Mother Nature messed with local sports in 2018 more than any year in recent memory. It started back at … more
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