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It was a great run for Midway’s football team, but the Raiders’ unbeaten streak came to an end Friday night as they fell to Wallace-Rose Hill 56-14. “They’re a good football team,” said … more
The Wildcats had a rough time facing off against Princeton this past Friday in Carolina Conference play. Hosting the visiting Bulldogs, it seemed like a one-sided beat down, but Hobbton made it interesting for a moment, the final 63-20. more
In an important Friday Night football game, both for the Bears of Grays Creek and Jaguars of Overhills, the Bears’ rushing attack proved to be too much to handle as they ran past the Jaguars for a 47-27 win. more
The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind for Ella John Dupree. Last Thursday, the eighth-grader, who’s already the No. 1 on Cape Fear Christian Academy’s varsity girls tennis team, led … more
In front of a raucous home crowd, Harnett Central’s volleyball team rallied to knock off Tri-County Conference foe Southern Lee 3-2 on Tuesday in a five-set battle by set scores of 25-19, 23-25, … more
Triton soccer fell 5-0 to Tri-County Conference foe Southern Lee on Monday, but Hawks’ coach Brian Foster understands that numbers don’t always tell the whole story. “They’re a great … more
It’s been a tough season for Harnett Central’s soccer team, but the Trojans were having fun Monday night as they rolled to a 10-1 victory over rival Western Harnett. Jonny Solis bagged four … more
Hobbton survived Monday’s soccer match to stay atop the Carolina Conference after squeaking by Sampson County rival Union. A second half spurt allowed them to inch out the 4-3 win and keep their … more
South Johnston played solid defense but couldn’t move the ball consistently as they dropped their Greater Neuse Conference opener to Clayton on Friday evening, 26-14. The loss is another of … more
Cape Fear Christian Academy won the Sandhills Athletic Conference girls tennis tournament, 7-2, over Village Christian at the Triton courts on Thursday. The Eagles were runner-up to Freedom … more
On a beautiful fall Friday night in Angier, Harnett Central’s football team played hard but came up a little short, losing 27-24 in the Tri-County Conference opener to Union Pines. “We … more
A couple Daily Record teams have already started their postseason competitions. Triton’s girls tennis team made it into the NCHSAA 3A dual team state tournament after finishing second in the … more
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