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Coach William Powell had called a time out with 10.8 seconds left with the score tied to set up a play for senior star Jessica Hawkins, who led the Bulldogs with 19 points.
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The Apex boys move to No. 1 in The News & Observer high school basketball rankings while Chapel Hill and Southeast Raleigh are Nos.
One of the most notable statistics going into Saturday's 2A state championship between Kinston and North Rowan is the strength of the Cavaliers' playoff bracket.
Chapel Hill was out of sorts over the weekend in the NCHSAA 3-A Eastern regional championship game but got it together against West Craven and advanced to this Saturday's state-championship contest in the Dean E. Smith Center at UNC-Chapel Hill .
The 2013-14 high school basketball season for the Pisgah varsity girls and boys can be summed up it two words - magical and inspirational.
" is so good. For him to be as good as he is as a sophomore is just crazy," McInness said.
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.
Ford banked in a long 3-pointer at the buzzer Sunday to give the Wildcats a 61-58 win against Greensboro Page in the NCHSAA Western Regional 4A boys final.
The top private school players, all seniors, from all levels across the state competed for the first time in All-Star games Saturday afternoon at Providence Day School.
Kinston second-year basketball coach Perry Tyndall is certainly happy about the Vikings' opportunity for a third consecutive state title - something they can achieve next Saturday in Raleigh.
Sure, the senior and the rest of the Monarchs were disappointed following their 69-58 loss to Kinston on Saturday in the NCHSAA 2-A East Regional basketball final at the Crown Arena, but it didn't matter.
As the Monarchs headed into their first NCHSAA 2-A East Regional boys' basketball final, the only coach Northside has had since it opened in 2001 stressed that his team couldn't have what he and many of his colleagues call "empty possessions."
"I told them that our season has been a series of do overs from our experiences last year," Meyers said.
Wilson Hunt's Quan Kent steals the ball from Orange's A.J. Bradsher on Saturday, March 8, 2014 during the 3-A East Regional boys' championship game at Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville.
David Carrier, head coach of the Kerr-Vance varsity boys basketball team, instructs Chris Corchiani Jr. of Ravenscroft at the scorer's table Saturday at Providence Day School in Charlotte.
Five years ago, West Craven's girls' basketball team struggled for a win. The Eagles had one victory that season.