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Rose soccer knocked out


D.H. Conley's Lydia Overly, left, runs towards the ball as J.H. Rose's Hannah Hallow dives on top of the ball during overtime on April 26, 2018. (Molly Mathis/The Daily Reflector)


The Daily Reflector

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

A 44th-minute free kick by Isabella Corder led to a Hannah Hendrix goal for J.H. Rose in its 3-A girls’ soccer third-round playoff clash with host Clayton on Wednesday, but the Rampants could not find any further offense to overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit in a 5-1 loss.

“We didn't play like we did at Southern Alamance on Saturday,” Head coach Tim Dameron said, referring to his team’s victory in the second round.

The Rampants (14-7-2) return much of their offensive firepower for next season, including April Zeng, who led the Eastern Carolina 3A/4A Conference in points (48), and McKinsey Walter, who finished tied for second in goals  with 19.

“We're bringing back 70 of our 90 goals next season, so I'm excited for next year,” Dameron said.

Asheville Christian 2, Parrott Academy 1

Asheville Christian Academy scored two early goals in the first half and made them hold up the rest of the way as the Lions defeated Parrott Academy in the NCISAA 2A state semifinals, 2-1 on Tuesday night.

It is the second consecutive year Asheville Christian has ended the Patriots’ season in the semifinal round.

It was 2-0 until the 77th minute, when Scarlet Combs tallied a goal for Parrott (15-5) in a massive scramble to make it 2-1. Asheville Christian outshot Parrott 25-13, with goalie Alli Grant Avery collecting 13 saves.

Patriots finish fourth

The Parrott Academy golf team finished in fourth place in the NCISAA 2A state championship at the Country Club of Whispering Pines. The Patriots shot a final team score of 661, led by Jackson Crocker, who shot 82 in day two for a total score of 160.

Behind Crocker for Parrott were Griffin Steelman (81-85-166), Colby Tant (83-84-167), Holden Killinger (87-82-169), Matthew Richardson (88-84-172) and Hayes Mahoney (95-85-180).

O'Neal School (587) took first place ahead of St. David's School (603) and Harrells Christian Academy (659).


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High Schools

March 24, 2019

Research by East Carolina athletics director Jon Gilbert and prospective ECU women’s basketball coaches about the Pirates has begun.

Gilbert said Thursday that he doesn’t want to put an exact timeline on a hire, but he has worked toward identifying final candidates. ECU was led by three…


March 22, 2019

After a shaky start, the J.H. Rose Rampants baseball team put together 10 runs in two innings to put away Eastern Wayne Friday night in Greenville, 11-1.

Despite only collecting seven hits as a team, the Rampants drew 10 walks on the evening and put the pressure on the Warriors with their…

March 21, 2019

BETHEL — Despite the wet conditions, North Pitt had no trouble dispatching of South Central at home Thursday evening, winning 10-0 in five innings.

The Panthers (10-0) were led from the mound by Davidson commit Jacob Peaden, who continues to impress in his senior season. He went five innings,…


March 21, 2019

Senior high school basketball players from around the area will meet at Fike High School in Wilson on March 24  to participate in the first 252 Classic. The event, created by Jeremy Jeffers, will help local unsigned seniors gain more college exposure, and for others, may be the final time the…

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March 19, 2019

Strong pitching was the key for D.H. Conley in its 4-3 win Tuesday over crosstown rival J.H. Rose at Hollywood Crossroads. 

The trio of UNC-Greensboro commit Robbie O’Neal (3 IP, 6 Ks, 2 ER), Davis Pugh (1.2 IP, 2Ks, ER) and Mitchell Hofler (2 IP, 4Ks) helped Conley escape with the first…


March 18, 2019


Pitt County has firmly placed itself as one of the premier locations in tradition-rich North Carolina for high school basketball. Just take a look at the three teams that competed for state championships Saturday night.

South Central brought in an exciting team with a mix of youth and…


March 17, 2019

RALEIGH — Chants of “252, 252, 252 …” boomed in Reynolds Coliseum on Saturday during the final minute of South Central High School’s breakthrough and blowout victory over West Charlotte for the Falcons’ first boys’ basketball state championship.



March 16, 2019

RALEIGH — Standing at the free throw line with his team leading Forest Hills by almost 20 points on Saturday night in Reynolds Coliseum, Farmville Central star Justin Wright knew he and his team were just minutes away from their second state championship in four seasons.

Wright hit both…


March 16, 2019

RALEIGH — South Central’s boys’ basketball team turned the NCHSAA 4-A state championship game into a blowout, leading the entire contest against West Charlotte and finishing a 72-46 victory.

Here are video scenes from the game:

South Central, Day'Ron Sharpe and coach…


March 16, 2019

RALEIGH — As the clock moved closer and closer to zeros Saturday afternoon in Reynolds Coliseum, the smiles on the faces of coaches and players for the South Central boys’ basketball team got wider and wider.

As the sound of the buzzer completed a lopsided contest, the 4-A East No.…

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