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The Cape Fear Country Club 12-and-under Junior Team Tennis team won top honors at the 2014 Junior Team Tennis Southern Sectional Championships, held August 15-17 in Columbia, SC.
Week 2 of the fall sports season saw conference play begin in some sports, while others renewed rivalries with old foes.
In the past two weekends the Tuscola varsity football team has played the smallest football playing school in Western North Carolina and the largest .
Less than 10 months removed from a school-record,16-game losing streak being snapped, the Greene Central Rams continue to look like a team on a positive mission.
Jeffrey Perez scored two goals, including the match winner in the final minute, as Lincolnton held off visiting Hunter Huss 3-1 Wednesday to stay unbeaten in boys soccer.
South Lenoir fell to Croatan on the road on Thursday night with the scores of 23-25, 25-21, 25-22, 19-25, 13-15.
The Hibriten Panthers fought through numerous penalties and substitution mistakes to pull out a 58-20 over Wilkes Central in Moravian Falls Friday night.
The Raiders bested the Bulldogs 41-19 at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The 6-foot-1, 300-pound defensive lineman complied with NCAA transfer rules and sat out a year after arriving from N.C. State last August.
Wilmington Hammerheads FC clinched a 3-1 victory over league-leader Orlando City Soccer Club on Thursday night at Legion Stadium.
A string of consecutive service points from sophomore Paige Sports gave North Lenoir the lift it needed to sustain the lead and sweep North Pitt's volleyball team on Wednesday night.
West Lincoln knew how hard it would have to work to top North Lincoln and stay unbeaten, and the Rebels made it happen.
Rivalry games are supposed to be exciting. East Davidson and Ledford did not disappoint Wednesday evening in a nonconference clash of former conference foes.
East Davidson took one on the chin Wednesday afternoon in their own house, dropping a 25-13, 25-10, 25-22 decision to Central Davidson.
White Oak first-year football coach Jeff Cobb is an optimist but also a realist when it comes to his Vikings' home game Friday night against county rival Northside.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:22 pm
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