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24 min ago | The Asheville Citizen-Times
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1 hr ago | Eastern Wake News
The Trojans put two shots on goal in the first six minutes of the game, and while neither of the shots reached the net, they set the tone for much of the rest of the conference opener for both teams.
3 hrs ago | Bladen Journal
For the second straight game, though nearly two weeks apart, Taylor Stephens and Alana Ludlum teamed up to put the finishing touches on a 1-0 win for the Lady Knights of West Bladen.
3 hrs ago | Bladen Journal
Coach Patty Evers, entering her sophomore season - this time around - with the Lady Eagles varsity softball team, is looking for some marked improvement over last season's 5-13 squad.
6 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
Varsity baseball Highland Tech 4, Ashbrook 2 - Brandon Craft struck out eight in a complete-game two-hitter while Ethan Reep and Easton Payton had two hits each for Highland Tech , which opens conference action Tuesday at Thomas Jefferson.
No one could blame longtime Asheville High field hockey coach Lauren Kaye if she got a little misty-eyed Monday.
Travise Pitman is not coming home. He never left. The 1995 Mitchell graduate was introduced as the high school's latest football coach Monday during an afternoon news conference.
Burns 7, Kings Mountain 3 - The Bulldogs had four home runs in earning a home victory against the county rival Mountaineers.
By the time he had already scheduled a game against East Gaston, Clover baseball coach Darrell Van Dyke began to second-guess himself about ever having the desire to face the program he coached for 28 years.
The Richmond Senior tennis team remained undefeated on the young season with a 7-2 victory over South View Monday afternoon.
East Surry left 16 runners on base, but still managed enough offense to come back from a 3-1 deficit.
As a leader of West Craven's volleyball team, senior Courtney Holland knew the right time to have fun and the right time to buckle down and get serious.
Less than a year ago, New Bern's girls' soccer team was on the field, playing the top-ranked team in the nation in the 4A state semifinals.
The convincing victory over a solid Princeton team was nice. But what Bridgers really liked was the way the Trojans responded when they fell behind 2-1 in the fourth inning.
Byrd, the sixth head coach in as many years for the West Johnston girls' soccer team, is only trying to keep it turning.
The 2013-14 high school basketball season for the Pisgah varsity girls and boys can be summed up it two words - magical and inspirational.
With so many events be canceled or postponed this week, there weren't many athletes in our coverage area that got to play their respective sport.