Quick Hits

Saturday, July 2

Overhills went 8-0 in the Mojo Invitational 7-on-7 football scrimmages hosted by Wilson Hunt on Thursday. The Jaguars defeated Greenville Rose, 29-14, in the championship game. Receiver and cornerback Isaiah Page of Overhills was MVP of the event. ... Sophomore Aubree...

Friday, July 1

Cedric Mullins (Campbell) had two hits, drew two walks and scored a run for Baltimore in a 9-3 loss at Seattle on Wednesday. ... A 3-run homer by Nick Castellanos capped the scoring in a 7-run second inning for Philadelphia in a 14-4 win over visiting Atlanta on...

Triton

Hawks welcome Evans back, turn football focus to conditioning

Hawks welcome Evans back, turn football focus to conditioning

Triton football coach Ben Penny continued to look at aspects of preparation for the 2022 season as the Hawks took part in a 7-on-7 passing scrimmage at Harnett Central on Wednesday morning. One element Penny didn't see last week in 7-on-7 sessions at N.C. State was...

Tristan Ennis joins Mount Olive softball ‘family’

Tristan Ennis joins Mount Olive softball ‘family’

Tristan Ennis signed to play softball at Mount Olive on Tuesday in the media center at Triton. Ennis hit .415 for the Hawks and led the team in runs with 32. Triton was 16-7 overall in 2022 and went 13-1 in the All American Conference for a share of the league's...

Midway

Raiders advance with diamond shutouts

Raiders advance with diamond shutouts

Midway opened the NCHSAA 2-A state playoffs with a pair of shutout wins at home in varsity baseball and softball Tuesday night. The fifth-seeded baseball team took down Southeastern Athletic 2-A Conference and Sampson County rival No. 28 Clinton and the ninth-seeded...

Raiders rally to defeat Triton in baseball, girls soccer

Raiders rally to defeat Triton in baseball, girls soccer

Midway rallied for a pair of wins in varsity baseball and varsity girls soccer at nonconference rival Triton on Wednesday night. An 8-run fifth inning powered Midway’s baseball team to an 8-2 win over Triton. “We started off with such a brutal schedule and it was...

Results / Schedule

Saturday, May 14
College Baseball
High Point 11, Campbell 10

Sunday, May 15
College Baseball
Campbell 16, High Point 1

Monday, May 16
High School Girls Soccer
Midway at North Johnston, 6 p.m. (ppd.)
Orange 5, Harnett Central 3

Tuesday, May 17
College Baseball
East Carolina 7, Campbell 6
High School Girls Soccer
North Johnston 1, Midway 0
High School Softball
Harnett Central 3, S. Johnston 2
Cape Fear Christian 3, Lawrence 0

Thursday, May 19
College Baseball
Campbell 12, Radford 4

Friday, May 20
College Baseball
Campbell 14, Radford 7
High School Softball
Cape Fear Colts 10, Central 0
CFCA 10, Pungo 3

Saturday, May 21
College Baseball
Radford at Campbell (canceled)
High School Softball
Pungo 6, CFCA 5
CFCA 7, Pungo 6
(CFCA wins NCISAA 1-A tournament)

Thursday, May 26
College Baseball
Big South Conference Tournament
Truist Point, High Point
Charleston Southern 7, Campbell 6

Friday, May 27
College Baseball
Big South Conference Tournament
Truist Point, High Point
Campbell 4, Gardner-Webb 3
Campbell 11, USC Upstate 8

Saturday, May 28
College Baseball
Big South Conference Tournament
Truist Point, High Point
Campbell 10, Charleston Southern 6
Campbell 3, Charleston Southern 2
(Campbell wins championship)

Friday, June 3
College Baseball
NCAA Tournament
Knoxville, Tennessee

Campbell 15, Georgia Tech 8

Saturday, June 4
College Baseball
NCAA Tournament
Knoxville, Tennessee
Tennessee 12, Campbell 7

Sunday, June 5
College Baseball
NCAA Tournament
Knoxville, Tennessee
Georgia Tech 16, Campbell 5

Friday, August 19
High School Football
Harnett Central at West Johnston, 7 p.m.
Hobbton at Midway, 7 p.m.,
Jordan at Triton, 7 p.m.
South View at Overhills, 7 p.m.
W. Harnett at S. Johnston, 7 p.m.

 

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Cape Fear
Christian Academy

CFCA presents awards to top athletes at spring sports banquet

CFCA presents awards to top athletes at spring sports banquet

Cape Fear Christian Academy held its spring sports athletic banquet on Monday, May 16, and also recognized top athletes for the 2021-22 school year. Athletic director Al Myatt welcomed the gathering in the gym and headmaster Kevin Cloud gave the blessing. A meal was...

Eagles take ‘Rocky’ road to NCISAA 1-A softball title

Eagles take ‘Rocky’ road to NCISAA 1-A softball title

Cape Fear Christian Academy won its eighth North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association championship in softball Saturday as seventh-grader Megan Harrold drew a bases-loaded walk with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 7-6 victory in the third...

Central

Trojans in transition: ‘It’s not instant grits’ — Barnes

Trojans in transition: ‘It’s not instant grits’ — Barnes

When Cory Barnes moved from coaching football at Midway to Harnett Central, he did so knowing that the Trojans had significant tradition despite going 2-7 overall last season and 2-5 in the All American Conference. Barnes is working to restructure the offense and put...

Cape Fear Colts end Central’s softball season

Cape Fear Colts end Central’s softball season

No. 7 Harnett Central’s varsity softball season came to a close with a 10-0 loss in six innings at No. 3 Cape Fear in the fourth round of the NCHSAA 3-A state playoffs on Friday. “You can’t expect girls not to hit the ball,” said Harnett Central coach Ashley Gaines....

South

Worley’s 3-run homer sends South softball to third round

Worley’s 3-run homer sends South softball to third round

A strong pitching performance from senior Kennedy Byrd and a three-run home run from junior Meagan Worley made the difference as No. 2 South Johnston beat visiting rival No. 18 Triton 3-1 in the second round of the NCHSAA 3-A state softball playoffs Thursday. “It’s a...

SJ downs East Wake in baseball, Warriors win girls soccer

SJ downs East Wake in baseball, Warriors win girls soccer

A 6-run first inning set the tone as South Johnston’s varsity baseball team won a 13-3 rout in five innings over visiting Quad County 3-A Conference opponent East Wake on Friday night. “It was good to see us put a lot up early in that first inning and kind of set the...

News & Features

Camels surge to Big South baseball crown

Camels surge to Big South baseball crown

HIGH POINT — Campbell captured its sixth Big South Conference baseball tournament championship and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament by sweeping a doubleheader Saturday against Charleston Southern at Truist Point. After a loss on Thursday, Campbell reeled off four...

Campbell takes 6-3 baseball win over Duke

Campbell takes 6-3 baseball win over Duke

BUIES CREEK — Campbell completed a season sweep of Duke with a 6-3 win Tuesday night at Jim Perry Stadium. The Camels allowed three early runs, but held the Blue Devils scoreless after the second inning for another comeback win. The outcome put Campbell at 27-14,...

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