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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

October 19, 2018

It’s time for another installment of one of the best rivalries in the state as D.H. Conley (5-2, 3-0) travels just under seven miles down the road to face J.H. Rose (5-2, 2-1) tonight in high school football action.

With two high-scoring offenses coming together it will be a shootout, and…

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October 18, 2018

The Ayden-Grifton Chargers volleyball team celebrated senior night by defeating South Lenoir Wednesday to improve to 19-1 on the season.

The Chargers (11-0 in league play) won in straight sets, 25-13, 25-8 and 25-19.

The match marked the final time seniors Jordan Cannon, Zion Hardy and Kristen…

October 18, 2018

Zion Hardy, known by her teammates as “The Beast,” is one of three seniors on a Chargers volleyball roster that has only 10 players. Hardy spoke with preps Beat Writer Jake Keator after a 3-0 win on senior night about the Chargers season and winning back-to-back conference titles.

Q:…

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October 16, 2018

J.H. Rose put on a performance reminiscent of the beginning of its season with a 55-0 rout of Southern Wayne last Wednesday night. 

The game seemed to be a walk in the park for head coach Dave Wojtecki and Rose (5-2, 2-1), who held a comfortable 42-0 lead at halftime.

The Rampants switched up…

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October 13, 2018

After winning yet another local volleyball showdown against fellow powerhouse South Central on Friday night, D.H. Conley coach Jennifer Gillikin perhaps best summed up her team’s season thus far when asked what she does to help her team avoid a letdown.

“What do you mean by a letdown?…

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October 13, 2018

North Johnston kicker Graham Walston spoiled homecoming for the Farmville Central Jaguars on Friday night, kicking a 20-yard field goal as time expired to cap off a furious second half comeback. The Panthers walked away with a 31-29 victory. 

Tied at 29 late in the fourth quarter, FC (2-6, 1-…

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October 12, 2018

The weather once again played a factor in the scheduling of high school football games in Pitt County this week. In preparation for the arrival of the remnants of Hurricane Michael, J.H. Rose and D.H. Conley both played road games on Wednesday and both teams walked away with wins.

The trip by Ayden-…

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October 11, 2018

East Carolina has been known to scout some of the best receivers in North Carolina, but a new defensive lineman is on the Pirates’ radar, and he not only can shed a block but can also catch the ball.

Farmville Central High School defensive tackle and tight end Keziah Everett is a recent…

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October 11, 2018

New Bern's football team was turning a corner on the season in many of the players' and coaches' minds leading up to Wednesday's conference clash with D.H. Conley.

The most turning that was done Wednesday was by Conley star C.J. Johnson who turned five plays into 30-plus yard touchdowns in a 47-14…

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October 11, 2018

Myles White is a decorated leader of the South Central football team’s defense. As a linebacker, he relays the plays from the sideline to his defense. White spoke with preps beat writer Jake Keator about being a leader and what it’s like being a part of the undefeated Falcons.

Q: How…

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