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Senior Harvey has high hopes

Warren Harvey knows he’ll miss East Carolina when his academic and football careers end.

  • ECU hoops schedules released

    East Carolina will make a school-record 17 national television appearances during the upcoming men’s basketball season, ECU’s first in the American Athletic Conference.

  • Furlow flourishing at SC

    Shawn Furlow burst onto the scene at South Central as a freshman running back with breakaway speed and star potential.

  • Rose sweeps past Conley

    In front of a vocal, bipartisan volleyball crowd packed inside D.H. Conley’s gymnasium on Thursday night, it was visiting J.H. Rose that made the clutch plays during the important second set in an early-season marquee matchup of previously undefeated teams.

  • Goodell: ‘I didn’t get it right’

    NEW YORK — Acknowledging he “didn’t get it right” with a two-game suspension for Ravens running back Ray Rice, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced tougher penalties for players accused of domestic violence, including six weeks for a first offense and at least a year for a second.

  • Ivey relishes starting role

    Not everything has gone according to plan for Lamar Ivey, but that doesn’t mean his ultimate goal is not intact.

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Senior Harvey has high hopes

Warren Harvey knows he’ll miss East Carolina when his academic and football careers end.

  • ECU hoops schedules released

    East Carolina will make a school-record 17 national television appearances during the upcoming men’s basketball season, ECU’s first in the American Athletic Conference.

  • Ivey relishes starting role

    Not everything has gone according to plan for Lamar Ivey, but that doesn’t mean his ultimate goal is not intact.

  • Pirates reshape offensive line

    East Carolina football’s biggest preseason obstacle on offense could very likely turn the tables on its opposition.

  • Geared up for game week

    With the first official football practice of the season held on Sunday night and classes starting today at East Carolina University, there is little time left to wait for the Pirates’ season kickoff on Saturday night.

  • Bulked-up Bryce

    This year, there will be even more of Bryce Williams for defenses to try to cover and tackle.

Unproven QBs abound in ACC

There’s plenty of buzz around the Atlantic Coast Conference with the addition of a new team, the latest Heisman Trophy winner and the reigning national champion.

  • Wake braces for rebuilding 2014

    MONROE, La. — Wake Forest is rebuilding with a new coach, a true freshman quarterback and new starters at a range of key positions.

  • UNC suspends four players

    CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said Wednesday the team has suspended four players for this weekend’s season opener, a day after a report of an alleged hazing altercation that left a redshirt freshman walk-on receiver with a possible concussion.

  • UNC probing hazing report

    CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina is investigating a report of an alleged hazing altercation that left a walk-on receiver with a possible concussion.

  • Wolfpack leaning on better leadership

    RALEIGH — North Carolina State figures it has found a few more leaders this year.The Wolfpack hope they lead them to more wins.

  • Nichols asks judge to reject deal

    CHICAGO — A former San Diego State football player has asked a federal judge to reject the recently proposed $75 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the NCAA, saying it unfairly forces athletes who suffered head injuries to forfeit hundreds of millions of dollars in potential damages.

Furlow flourishing at SC

Shawn Furlow burst onto the scene at South Central as a freshman running back with breakaway speed and star potential.

  • Rose sweeps past Conley

    In front of a vocal, bipartisan volleyball crowd packed inside D.H. Conley’s gymnasium on Thursday night, it was visiting J.H. Rose that made the clutch plays during the important second set in an early-season marquee matchup of previously undefeated teams.

  • VIDEO: Fearless Forecast, Aug. 28, 2014

    Daily Reflector sports staffers Jim Gentry, Tony Castleberry and Ronnie Woodward breakdown Week two of Pitt County's 2014 high school football season and make their predictions.

  • Strong start for Pitt teams

    BETHEL — The ball just seemed to bounce D.H. Conley’s way in its season-opening rout of in-county foe North Pitt on Friday night.

  • VIDEO: South Central football, Aug. 22

    South Central High School faced Hunt High School on Aug. 21, 2014. South Central pulled ahead of Hunt's lead to win 20-17.

  • Pigskin Preview: D.H. Conley

    Naturally, there is a lot of roster turnover from year to year in high school football, and players who were underclassmen or might have played minor roles in the past are expected to become more significant contributors as they inch closer to the end of their eligibility.

Goodell: ‘I didn’t get it right’

NEW YORK — Acknowledging he “didn’t get it right” with a two-game suspension for Ravens running back Ray Rice, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced tougher penalties for players accused of domestic violence, including six weeks for a first offense and at least a year for a second.

  • Sharapova comes through

    NEW YORK — A year ago at this time, Maria Sharapova was sitting out the U.S. Open, getting checked by doctors and having tests on the surgically repaired right shoulder that has troubled her off and on.

  • Newton: I’ll be ready for Week 1

    CHARLOTTE — Cam Newton expects to be ready for the Panthers’ Sept. 7 regular season opener against Tampa Bay.

  • Joseph ready to return

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Life is good for Linval Joseph. He is grateful he didn’t lose it.

  • Rivera: Webb staying on team

    CHARLOTTE — Joe Webb knew coming into training camp he’d need a break or two to make the Carolina Panthers roster.

  • Murray overcomes cramps, Haase

    NEW YORK — Spinning in 70 mph second serves, grabbing at his hamstring during points, Andy Murray gritted his way through head-to-toe cramps to win at the U.S. Open.

Penkse cars keep momentum

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Brad Keselowski is part brash racer, part pragmatist.

  • Logano gets third win

    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Joey Logano surged past Matt Kenseth with 44 laps to go and won for the first time in his career at Bristol Motor Speedway, foiling Kenseth’s gambling attempt to secure a spot in NASCAR’s playoffs.

  • Harvick captures fifth pole

    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kevin Harvick has become the best qualifier in NASCAR’s top series, at least for this season.

  • Stewart skipping another race

    CHARLOTTE — Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, the third Sprint Cup race he’s skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race.

  • JGR hires Edwards, Suarez

    HUNTERSVILLE — Carl Edwards scrolled across a stage at Joe Gibbs Racing and jokingly yelled, ‘Surprise!’There was no surprise whatsoever about his formal introduction Tuesday as a fourth driver in the JGR Sprint Cup lineup.

  • Grief gives no Stewart timetable

    CHARLOTTE — There are hundreds of guidebooks on how to handle grief, how to navigate the emotional suffering that follows a significant loss.

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