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Tuesday night’s game against Goldsboro wasn’t always the cleanest or prettiest, with each team reaching double-digit fouls in each half, but Midway’s girls basketball team always looked … more
After an impressive first half in which Midway’s boys basketball team was able to hang around with one of the top 2A teams in the state, the Raiders ran out of gas in the second half, falling to … more
Shy Tuelle tallied just one point off her career-high with 20 points to help lead Campbell past Longwood 70-55 on the road inside Willett Hall Monday night. After going scoreless in the opening … more
Student-Athlete of the Week Colby Norris is everything that South Johnston basketball is about. The 6-foot-5 senior isn’t the Trojans’ best or most talented player, and doesn’t even … more
Each of the eight Record high schools have had some tremendous athletes pass through the halls in the last decade. But who are the four athletes who defined each school’s athletic programs during … more
After playing a first half that was antithetical to everything South Johnston’s boys basketball team preaches, the Trojans rallied to play one of the most “South Johnston” halves of basketball … more
The struggles continued Friday evening for both of Triton’s varsity basketball teams against Middle Creek, as the girls lost 52-42 and the boys fell 65-43. Girls stagnant in second … more
South Johnston’s girls basketball team played very well at times, but couldn’t quite put it all together in Friday’s 41-37 loss at home to Fuquay-Varina. The Trojans shot just 15-of-33 … more
A split finish was the result in Friday night’s home conference basketball opener for the Raiders. Playing host to Wallace-Rose Hill, the girls easily put down the Bulldogs 64-35, but the boys … more
After getting off to the program’s best start since the 1993-94 season, Campbell’s men’s basketball team dropped its first two Big South games to start off conference play. The Camels fell … more
Several players and teams made great achievements in their respective fields in 2019. Here’s a few of the highlights: more
Campbell University swimming won seven of 14 events against Southeastern Conference member Vanderbilt, but suffered an 8-point setback, 135-127, on New Year’s Day at the Johnson Aquatic … more
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