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Rose soccer knocked out

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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)

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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.

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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.

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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

May 26, 2018

WILLIAMSTON — The number 13 will be etched in the minds of Riverside players, coaches and fans for a long time.

Thirteen, as in the number of runners the Knights left on base in the decisive game of the Eastern 1A finals Saturday night.

West Columbus ended Riverside’s season with an 11-…

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May 26, 2018

No. 2 seed South Central softball ended its impressive run in the 4-A state playoffs on Friday night with a loss to No. 8 seed Jack Britt, 5-1. The Falcons lost the East Region finals series 2-0.

“This has been a great experience with these girls. We are a very young team, and you see them…

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May 24, 2018

No. 2 seed South Central dropped the first of a three-game series in the 4-A East Region softball final to the No. 8 seed Jack Britt Buccaneers, 7-3 on Wednesday.

The Falcons (25-2) must now travel to Fayetteville facing elimination at 6 p.m. on Friday.

Down 5-0, the hosts battled back to make it 5-…

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May 24, 2018

Dexter Mcduffie is a multifaceted athlete who shines just as bright on the track as he does on the football field. High school sports prep reporter Jake Keator caught up with Mcduffie to talk about his love for football, and how he used his gold medal performance at the recent 4-A state track…

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May 23, 2018

Following a series of delays due to rain over the eastern part of the state, No. 19 seed D.H. Conley softball saw its run in the 3-A state playoffs end in the fourth round as it fell to Western Alamance, 7-2

The Vikings, who ended their regular season with a 14-8 record, made an impressive run as…

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May 22, 2018

Cam Davis’s grand slam was the deciding factor in No. 2 seed South Central’s 5-2 fourth-round 4-A state playoff victory over No. 3 seeded Heritage on Monday night in a game twice rescheduled due to inclement weather.

Up 1-0 in the bottom of the third, Hannah Bailey and Madison Deanes…

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May 21, 2018

With a spot in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I World Series on the line, junior college baseball powerhouse Chipola (Fla.) College turned to former D.H. Conley High School standout Phillip Sanderson.

The right-handed pitcher and redshirt freshman had not pitched a…

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May 20, 2018

The NCHSAA track and field state championship weekend held at North Carolina A&T State came to a close Sunday and J.H. Rose sophomore Jordan Sales provided some highlights for Pitt County on the final day of competition.

Sales took the silver medal in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.66…

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May 20, 2018

The fluidity of who is headed to the NFL and who is being recruited to join the team can have a major effect at a program like Clemson football. It’s a process that left former J.H. Rose High School star Cornell Powell often on the sideline during his first two college seasons.

Powell had a…

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May 19, 2018

South Central’s Dexter McDuffie captured state championship gold in the 4-A 300-meter hurdles Saturday, giving him top honors in the event for the second straight year.

He ran the finals in 37.66 seconds for first place during the 2-A/4-A track and field state championship meet at…

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