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Allen, Pirates focused on AAC

As he weaved in and out of North Carolina Tar Heel tacklers two Saturdays ago, Breon Allen proved one of the more hidden truths about the East Carolina football offense.

  • VIDEO: Fearless Forecast, Oct. 2

    Daily Reflector sports staffers Jim Gentry, Tony Castleberry and Ronnie Woodward break down Week 7 of Pitt County's 2014 high school football season and make their predictions.

  • NASCAR drivers fear next round

    CHARLOTTE — Drivers have been fretting about the second round of NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup championship for weeks.

  • NCSU looking for scoring balance

    RALEIGH — A year ago, North Carolina State coach Mark Gottfried — not to mention every opponent — knew where the ball was going when the Wolfpack needed a big basket.

  • Thomas one of ACC’s stars

    ATLANTA — Justin Thomas’s will to win has helped Georgia Tech get off to an impressive start in what has been a memorable first month as the Yellow Jackets’ starting quarterback.

  • ’Canes look to new leadership

    RALEIGH — At first glance, this looks a lot like the same Carolina Hurricanes team that missed the playoffs for a fifth straight year.

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Allen, Pirates focused on AAC

As he weaved in and out of North Carolina Tar Heel tacklers two Saturdays ago, Breon Allen proved one of the more hidden truths about the East Carolina football offense.

  • Pirates spreading the wealth

    Up-to-date rosters are more valuable than ever for those attending East Carolina football games this season.

  • Macy: Chemistry key for Pirates

    Near the end of the East Carolina women’s basketball team’s media event on Tuesday, first-year point guard Khadijah Ellison grabbed a microphone and acted like a reporter, asking questions of veteran teammates Shae Nelson, Tatiana Chapple and others.

  • Lingering spotlight at ECU

    Moving up a spot in the national rankings this week despite sitting at home during last Saturday’s bye, the No. 22 East Carolina football team continued to be part of the national college football conversation on Monday.

  • Pirates 22nd in AP poll

    Florida State remained No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll after a second straight comeback victory, but support for the Seminoles is waning.

  • High-profile Pirates

    First there was a win at Virginia Tech, and then a 70-41 demolition of North Carolina at home, and with it, a No. 23 ranking and a new wave of momentum for the East Carolina football team this week.

NCSU looking for scoring balance

RALEIGH — A year ago, North Carolina State coach Mark Gottfried — not to mention every opponent — knew where the ball was going when the Wolfpack needed a big basket.

  • Thomas one of ACC’s stars

    ATLANTA — Justin Thomas’s will to win has helped Georgia Tech get off to an impressive start in what has been a memorable first month as the Yellow Jackets’ starting quarterback.

  • Heels' D gets failing grade

    CHAPEL HILL — Maybe this is the week North Carolina’s beleaguered defense will finally catch a break.

  • Doeren claims ’Noles faked injuries

    RALEIGH — The game between North Carolina State and Florida State continued Monday with coach Dave Doeren saying the Seminoles faked injuries to slow the Wolfpack down in their meeting over the weekend.

  • ACC: Deacs lose early lead

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Brandon Radcliff ran for two touchdowns and 129 yards and the Louisville defense held firm in Saturday’s ugly 20-10 win over Wake Forest.

  • Seminoles rally in Raleigh

    RALEIGH — Jameis Winston didn’t sound worried about the fact that Florida State had to fight the entire way to stay unbeaten at North Carolina State.

VIDEO: Fearless Forecast, Oct. 2

Daily Reflector sports staffers Jim Gentry, Tony Castleberry and Ronnie Woodward break down Week 7 of Pitt County's 2014 high school football season and make their predictions.

  • Roundup: Rose, New Bern tie

    J.H. Rose and New Bern came into Tuesday’s boys’ soccer match without a loss in the 3-A/4-A Eastern Carolina Conference, and that hasn’t changed.

  • Rose wins Greenville showdown

    When J.H. Rose took over possession for the final time on Friday night, it had a rare opportunity to drive down the field for a two-possession lead, but quarterback Copeland Spell simply needed to kneel down inside his team’s 20-yard line to complete a 41-34 victory over rival D.H. Conley.

  • VIDEO: D.H. Conley at J.H. Rose, Sept. 26

    D.H. Conley played at J.H. Rose on Sept. 26, 2014. Rose won 41-34.

  • Evans busy on pitch, gridiron

    Nate Evans’ durability and time management skills were possibly put to the ultimate test this week, culminating with him playing in a soccer match Thursday between teams that came in with a combined 16-3-1 record and holding a key role in tonight’s football game at J.H. Rose that is annually considered one of the biggest in eastern North Carolina.

  • Falcons knock off Rose

    Coach Kellie Brumble lauded her South Central volleyball team’s effort in a close loss to D.H. Conley last week, saying that it showed progress from early in the season.

’Canes look to new leadership

RALEIGH — At first glance, this looks a lot like the same Carolina Hurricanes team that missed the playoffs for a fifth straight year.

  • Another Panther RB injured

    CHARLOTTE — Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is “doubtful” for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, the latest setback for Carolina’s rushing game.

  • Europe cruises to Ryder Cup title

    GLENEAGLES, Scotland — The tone was set by Rory McIlroy, the best player in the world. The winning shot came from Jamie Donaldson, a Ryder Cup rookie.

  • NFL: Bucs upset Steelers

    PITTSBURGH — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went from woeful to winners in 10 days.

  • Smith torches former team

    BALTIMORE — The most surprising aspect of Steve Smith’s performance against the Carolina Panthers was that it didn’t include taunts or bluster.

  • Americans need Ryder rally

    GLENEAGLES, Scotland — It’s 10-6 going into the final day of the Ryder Cup — again.

Stewart holds news conference

KANNAPOLIS — Tony Stewart said Monday he never considered retiring from racing following the death of Kevin Ward Jr.

  • NASCAR drivers fear next round

    CHARLOTTE — Drivers have been fretting about the second round of NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup championship for weeks.

  • Gordon gets guaranteed Chase spot

    DOVER, Del. — Jeff Gordon doused Team Penske’s hot streak with a champagne bath in Victory Lane.

  • Logano enjoying career year

    DOVER, Del. — Kurt Busch looked around and saw NASCAR’s biggest stars crowding his car.

  • Stewart comforted by NASCAR family

    DOVER, Del. — Tony Stewart’s walk back to his motorhome was halted by a pair of old friends.

  • Grand jury will not charge Stewart

    CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. — Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart will not be charged with the death of a fellow driver at a sprint car race in upstate New York, prosecutors said Wednesday in disclosing for the first time that the victim had enough marijuana in his system the night he died to impair his judgment.

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