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The Lady Huskies started the year at Alexander Central and came away with a 3-0 defeat.
The Leopards were in non-conference play Wednesday night against in county rivals Midway Raiders.
Garinger High's soccer team moves to No. 1 in the Observer's Sweet 16 soccer poll, and very few Garinger teams -- in any sport -- have ever ascended to the top spot.
The Monarchs snapped a winless volleyball skid that dated to the 2011 season by sweeping past county rival White Oak 25-23, 25-9, 25-19 on Tuesday, and afterward to commemorate and celebrate the moment the players took a team photo.
A former local coach and two former local products are a part of Limestone College's nationally-ranked men's team as the 2014 collegiate soccer team gets underway.
West Lincoln did all it could to give Lincolnton a chance at a comeback, but in the end the Rebels made fewer mistakes.
Anson County students headed back to school on Monday morning. Here, parents escort their children to the first day of classes at Wadesboro Primary School.
Northside sophomore goalkeeper Jordan Fisher, who was taken off the field on a body board and stretcher during the Monarchs' 2-1 win over Lejeune on Monday, is doing "fine" but may have have a pinched nerve, according to Athletic Director Angela Buchanan.
New Bern's senior forward knocked the ball in for the first goal of the game, and the defense held New Hanover scoreless.
Instead, the Rams may have taken a small step back after losing in four games to Pamlico on Tuesday at Havelock High, 25-23, 25-14, 20-25, 25-11.
Davidson County Community College introduced the 2014 Storm volleyball team during its annual National Letter of Intent signing day Monday in the Mary E. Rittling Conference Center on the Davidson Campus.
Baker blasted his goal from beyond the penalty box. Hoomana, a freshman, knocked in a goal off a throw-in by Justin Kilgore with 20:32 remaining in the first half.
Host Bishop McGuinness scored on a free kick midway through the second half to take a 2-1 lead and the eventual win over Starmount Monday evening.
Brevard volleyball coach Kelly Burdeau has completed her staff for the 2014 season with the hiring of former Catawba setter and Starmount graduate Jordan Raye to be the program's next assistant coach.
East Surry's Sydney Marion kills a pass from setter Hannah Joyce in the third set of the 3-0 sweep.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 02:21 am
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