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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

August 16, 2018

Hayes Mahoney’s reputation reached his new high school before he did. Mahoney’s skills on the golf course have provided excitement in the Rose golf program prior to his arrival this school year as a freshman. Preps beat writer Jake Keator spoke with Mahoney about his expectations for…

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August 05, 2018

The J.H. Rose football program is one known for winning conference championships and other titles alike. 

Rose ended with a 3-8 record in 2017 for a serious downturn from the Rampants’ usual winning ways.

With the end of the season came the departure of one senior class and the rise…

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August 04, 2018

An early morning at D.H Conley features the light mist of dew on fresh cut grass, birds chirping and the violent sounds of pads crashing together. 

The work ethic of the Vikings is a key piece as to why they remain one of the most feared teams in the 3-A/4-A Eastern Carolina Conference. Their…

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August 03, 2018

After ending their 2017 season in the dead center of the 2-A Eastern Carolina Conference, the Ayden-Grifton Chargers look to improve in 2018 with several key returning pieces.

On offense, senior quarterback Blake McLawhorn will continue under center. On defense, senior middle linebacker Ray Darden…

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August 02, 2018

A Farmville Central football team that has seen its state title hopes ended in the first round of the playoffs in the past is hopeful to make the leap for a deep playoff run in the immediate future.

The Jaguars ended 2017 with a 5-7 record, and a loss in the opening round of the postseason.…

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August 01, 2018

The South Central Falcons ended their 2017 campaign with a 10-3 record, a loss in the third round of the state playoffs to Scotland and a desire to to even more this year.

Like many other squads, SC went back to work Tuesday as the opening week of the 2018 season continued. 

The Falcons and…

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July 31, 2018

High school football teams across North Carolina were back in action Monday, as the day marked the first official day of the 2018 football season.

The North Pitt Panthers are ready to open a new chapter on their program, as they look to improve from a 1-10 record in 2017. At the helm of the…

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July 26, 2018

In a game that requires concentration and determination, J.H. Rose senior golfer Carter Rains strives to push himself and his game to its full potential every time he steps in the tee box. Preps writer Jake Keator spoke with Rains between rounds at the Carolina’s Golf Association Boys…

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July 19, 2018

If you’re watching a local baseball game, odds are you’ll see Drew Nichols right up front in the batting order. The talented leadoff batter and defensive specialist is no stranger to the pressure of the game. Preps writer Jake Keator spoke with Nichols about growing up playing baseball…

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July 12, 2018

Grant Charles Jarman is a multifaceted athlete with a knack for leading a team. He will take the reigns of the Rampants football team as the starting quarterback this season and be a pivotal piece on the baseball diamond as a senior. High School preps writer Jake Keator spoke with Jarman about his…

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