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Isabel Moore (#6) pitches during a game against D.H. Conley Softball Tuesday, April 10, 2018.


By Jake Keator
The Daily Reflector

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Isabel Moore is a unique South Central freshman with a skill for sending batters back to their dugouts disappointed. After leading the Falcons to a 20-1 regular season, Moore now is leading the charge in the 4-A state playoffs. Daily Relfector prep sports beat writer Jake Keator caught up with Moore to discuss her love for the game, and what it has been like to see success so early in her career.

Q: When did you discover your love of softball?

A: I started when I was five. I had a lot of fun when I participated in my first travel ball team. I think I was around eight or nine years old.

Q: What have your parents been like throughout your time playing softball?

A: They have been great, they’ve always kept me up and have supported me for everything I’ve always wanted to do. They have been to every game and they have really been with me through it all.

Q: After a 20-1 regular season and a current run in the postseason after a dominating year, what does it mean to you to see all of your hard work paying off?

A: It makes me feel great. It makes me think, “I’m so glad I kept doing this to help out my team.” It keeps me prepared for what I need to bring to the next game for my team.

Q: It’s only been one year for you playing high school softball. What have you learned playing with Coach Nicholson and your teammates?

A: I’ve learned they always want to help me out. They always want to help me win. They help keep me in a good mood and a good attitude. They always want to win.

Contact Jake Keator at jkeator@reflector.com, 252-329-9594 and follow @JakeKeatorDR on Twitter.


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August 20, 2018

It was during the 2017 season when J.H. Rose suffered a 62-21 defeat to New Hanover, but the Rampants got some revenge on Friday night with a big offensive showing in their 49-6 victory over New Hanover in Wilmington.

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August 18, 2018

Edi­tor’s note: Scores and stats for high school and mid­dle school games need to be emailed to include all three  Daily Reflector emails of jkeator@re­flec­tor.com, nsum­mers@re­flec­tor.com and rwood­ward@re­flec­tor.com to en­sure the best…


August 18, 2018

A big second half allowed South Central to sneak away with a road win over Greene Central,18-14 on Friday on the opening night of high school football.

An onside kick recovery by SC’s Tarrel Hines with 2:40 left in the fourth secured the final score and the victory for the Falcons.



August 18, 2018

It was another down to the wire high school football finish between D.H. Conley and Northeastern.

Last season’s contest between the teams went to overtime in Elizabeth City. On Friday night, the Vikings rallied from a double-digit deficit and were on the verge of potentially sending the…


August 17, 2018

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August 17, 2018

After a modest 5-7 season in 2017, the Farmville Central Jaguars are searching for the key to advance them past the first round of the 2-A state playoffs this year.

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J.H Rose is looking for football redemption this year.

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August 17, 2018

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