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County teams dominate

After all the snow, all the delays and all the rescheduling, D.H. Conley was happy to finally get back on the court.

  • Pirate baseball wins big

    Albany pitcher Cameron Sorgie got Reid Love to chop a grounder to the left side on the infield for an out, a pretty routine start to East Carolina’s half of the first inning on Saturday at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

  • ECU women fall

    The Daily ReflectorThe East Carolina women’s basketball team lost for the first time in the month of February and in its final road game of the regular season, 79-69, at Temple in American Athletic Conference action in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon.

  • ECU nets road win

    Caleb White scored 14 points, Antonio Robinson had 13 points and eight assists and Terry Whisnant’s 3-pointer with 1:06 left gave East Carolina the lead for good in a 71-66 win over Central Florida on Saturday.

  • Weather wrangles college baseball

    The norm in college baseball is for Northern teams to head south early in the season to play in non-conference tournaments, even hosting some like Notre Dame was scheduled to do this weekend in Cary for a diverse tourney field that included East Carolina, Seattle, Iowa and a few others.

  • Gordon poised for Atlanta

    HAMPTON, Ga. — Jeff Gordon admired his latest retirement gift — a miniature race car for his two young children — and thanked the folks at Atlanta Motor Speedway for not going with the obvious choice.“I really appreciate it not being a rocking chair,” Gordon quipped.

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Weather wrangles college baseball

The norm in college baseball is for Northern teams to head south early in the season to play in non-conference tournaments, even hosting some like Notre Dame was scheduled to do this weekend in Cary for a diverse tourney field that included East Carolina, Seattle, Iowa and a few others.

  • Pirate baseball wins big

    Albany pitcher Cameron Sorgie got Reid Love to chop a grounder to the left side on the infield for an out, a pretty routine start to East Carolina’s half of the first inning on Saturday at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

  • ECU women fall

    The Daily ReflectorThe East Carolina women’s basketball team lost for the first time in the month of February and in its final road game of the regular season, 79-69, at Temple in American Athletic Conference action in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon.

  • ECU nets road win

    Caleb White scored 14 points, Antonio Robinson had 13 points and eight assists and Terry Whisnant’s 3-pointer with 1:06 left gave East Carolina the lead for good in a 71-66 win over Central Florida on Saturday.

  • Duke hammers Syracuse

    DURHAM — Freshman Justise Winslow scored a season-high 23 points and No. 4 Duke routed Syracuse 73-54 on Saturday night for its ninth straight win.

  • Lowery powers Pirates

    Luke Lowery hit a towering fly ball off Albany pitcher Brendan Ryan that was hooking left as it flew above the Clark-LeClair Stadium left field foul pole during the fourth inning of a scoreless game on Friday, creating a judgement call for the umpiring crew.

Duke-Syracuse highlights day

A look at things to watch this week in the Atlantic Coast Conference:GAME OF THE WEEKEND: Syracuse at No. 4 Duke.

  • ECU women’s tennis sweeps

    The East Carolina women’s tennis team took both ends of a non-conference doubleheader Saturday at Davidson.

  • ECU softball drops pair

    The East Carolina softball team opened the USF Under Armour Invitational with a pair of losses on Friday afternoon, as the Pirates dropped a 2-1 contest to Central Arkansas before falling to Maine 11-7 in Clearwater, Fla.

  • No surrender from ’Cuse

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Jim Boeheim scoffs at the thought of his Syracuse Orange not playing at a high level of intensity.

  • Former Rampant enjoys homecoming

    Dalton Britt had his homecoming last weekend and Tucker Jacobs has a similar situation this weekend.

  • Shooting struggles cost UNC

    CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina just never found its offensive groove against N.C. State, particularly inside against BeeJay Anya and the Wolfpack’s physical front line.

County teams dominate

After all the snow, all the delays and all the rescheduling, D.H. Conley was happy to finally get back on the court.

  • FC’s opening statement

    WINTERVILLE — Farmville Central battled Mother Nature, leaky roofs and players being rusty leading up to its showdown with South Columbus.

  • Hoops hot spot

    Note: All school extra-curricular activities have been canceled due to today's forecast. No word yet on when tonight's games will be rescheduled.

  • Najar claims state title

    If Angel Najar is a wrestling virtuoso, then Saturday night was his magnum opus.

  • Najar advances in state tournament

    The dream is still alive for Angel Najar.

  • Najar in hunt for state title

    Angel Najar has racked up more than his fair share of accolades over the course of his four years at North Pitt.

Gordon poised for Atlanta

HAMPTON, Ga. — Jeff Gordon admired his latest retirement gift — a miniature race car for his two young children — and thanked the folks at Atlanta Motor Speedway for not going with the obvious choice.“I really appreciate it not being a rocking chair,” Gordon quipped.

  • Harrington in lead

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Padraig Harrington is a 36-hole leader on the PGA Tour for the first time in nearly five years and he knows he has a long way to go.

  • Mason dead at 48

    NEW YORK — Anthony Mason’s game was grit over glitz, more force than flash.

  • McIlroy gets unwanted weekend off

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Rory McIlroy’s road to the Masters hit a speed bump Friday at the Honda Classic. He gets the weekend off.

  • McIlroy stumbles in Fla.

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Playing in America for the first time this year, Rory McIlroy’s first shot was a 2-iron out of play.

  • Federal judge rules for Peterson

    A federal judge has opened the door for faster reinstatement of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, ruling an NFL arbitrator “failed to meet his duty” in a child abuse case that brought national backlash for the league and widened its rift with the players’ union.

Extra day of testing in Atlanta

HAMPTON, Ga. — After the glitz of Daytona, it’s time for the NASCAR grind.

  • Drama-free Daytona

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — It was a bumpy buildup to the Daytona 500, which for days was overshadowed by disputes, drama, an injury to Kyle Busch and the suspension of his older brother, Kurt.

  • ‘Nervous’ Logano wins Daytona

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Soaked in booze but drinking a Coke, Joey Logano fretted over how he and his new bride would celebrate his most significant victory.“I don’t how to party,” the 24-year-old said with a sheepish grin.

  • Notebook: Gordon wrecks at end

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jeff Gordon was mobbed as he weaved his way from pit road through the Daytona garage and back to his hauler.

  • Busch brothers could both be out at Daytona

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR driver Kurt Busch’s final appeal hearing started minutes after his younger brother Kyle was ruled out of the Daytona 500 with a leg injury late Saturday night.

  • Truex happy to have 2014 in his rearview

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Martin Truex Jr. stayed clear of the wrecks that littered the Sprint Unlimited race over the weekend.


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