Quick Hits

Sunday, May 19

Trent Fennell (Triton, Barton) has made seven appearances out of the bullpen for the Gastonia Baseball Club of the Atlantic League. He has a 2-0 record with a 0.75 earned run average. Fennell has 16 strikeouts in 12 innings for Gastonia, which shares the Southern...

Saturday, May 18

Senior McKenzie Williams had a double, a triple and four RBIs for host Midway in an 8-3 NCHSAA 2-A quarterfinal softball win over Jordan-Matthews on Friday night. ... Dalen Thompson (Triton) had three hits with a double and an RBI for Campbell in a 10-2 Coastal...

Triton

Hawks look forward to 2025 after playoff expedition

Hawks look forward to 2025 after playoff expedition

Triton's 2024 varsity baseball team gained some playoff experience with a trip to South Brunswick in the first round on May 7. The Hawks, seeded No. 25 in the Eastern 3-A bracket, were outhit by a scant 7-6 margin, but eight walks contributed to a 15-0 win for the...

Midway

Rams defeat Raiders, 7-4, for JoCo Easter crown

Rams defeat Raiders, 7-4, for JoCo Easter crown

Cleveland junior Will Hicks hit two home runs as the Rams topped Midway, 7-4, in the championship game of the Johnston County Easter Invitational at South Johnston's Bruce Coats Field on Tuesday night. Hicks was tournament MVP as the Rams won the event for the third...

Midway takes varsity hoops matchups with Dark Horses

Midway takes varsity hoops matchups with Dark Horses

Midway took a varsity basketball sweep over visiting Clinton on Friday night as the Lady Raiders prevailed, 51-45, before the Midway boys topped the Dark Horses, 56-44. The Raider boys improved to 12-7 overall and 3-5 in the Southeastern 2-A Conference going into a...

Results / Schedule

Friday, May 3
College Baseball
UNC Wilmington 7, Campbell 6
High School Baseball
Midway 10, St. Pauls 0
Mid-Carolina Championship
CFCA 3, Crossroads 2 (10 innings)
High School Girls Soccer
Midway 7, St. Pauls 1
All American Tournament
Harnett Central 4, Terry Sanford 0
Triton 2, W. Harnett 0

Saturday, May 4
College Baseball
UNC Wilmington 7, Campbell 4

Sunday, May 5
College Baseball
UNC Wilmington 14. Campbell 7

Tuesday, May 7
College Baseball

UNC 16, Campbell 10
High School Baseball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Harnett Central 11, Carrboro 1
Lee County 4, S. Johnston 3
Midway 5, Jordan-Matthews 0
S. Brunswick 15, Triton 0
High School Girls Soccer
All American Tournament
Overhills 3, Harnett Central 1
Pine Forest 3, Triton 0
High School Softball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Midway 9, Pasquotank 0
S. Johnston 5, W. Carteret 0
Triton 6, First Flight 0

Wednesday, May 8
High School Girls Soccer
E. Wake 1, S. Johnston 0

Thursday, May 9
High School Baseball
NCISAA Playoffs
CFCA 6, Pungo 4
High School Softball
NCISAA Playoffs
CFCA 15, Ridgecroft 0 (3 innings)
NCHSAA Playoffs

Cumberland Cape Fear 6, Triton 2

Friday, May 10
High School Baseball
NCISAA Playoffs

Midway 9, Farmville Central 5
High School Girls Soccer
NCISAA Playoffs

Bradford 1, CFCA 0
High School Softball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Midway 10, Nash Central 0
Orange 7, S. Johnston 0

Saturday, May 11
College Baseball
Monmouth 8, Campbell 7
Campbell 5, Monmouth 2
High School Baseball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Currituck 7, Harnett Central 2
High School Softball
NCISAA Playoffs
Lawrence 2, CFCA 1

Sunday, May 12
College Baseball
Campbell 6, Monmouth 0

Monday, May 13
High School Baseball
NCHSAA Playoffs

Midway 3, Bartlett Yancey 1
NCISAA Playoffs
Lawrence 4, CFCA 1
High School Girls Soccer
NCHSAA Playoffs
Cumberland Cape Fear 6, Triton 3
Franklinton 2, Harnett Central 0
High School Softball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Midway 4, South Lenoir 0

Thursday, May 16
College Baseball
Campbell 9, William & Mary 5

Friday, May 17
College Baseball
Campbell 10, William & Mary 2
High School Baseball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Greene Central 1, Midway 0 (9 innings)
High School Softball
NCHSAA Playoffs
Midway 8, Jordan-Matthews 3

Saturday, May 18
College Baseball
William & Mary 11, Campbell 3

 

 

 

 

 

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Cape Fear
Christian Academy

Eagles post baseball playoff victory before falling to top seed

Eagles post baseball playoff victory before falling to top seed

With a 6-4 win at Pungo on Thursday, the Cape Fear Christian Academy varsity baseball team advanced to take on Lawrence for the third time this season.. The Eagles were topped, 4-1, in a state semifinal contest by the Warriors on Monday to finish 13-5. At Pungo The...

Central

Central’s Wester dominant for third place against NJ

Central’s Wester dominant for third place against NJ

Harnett Central made a fast start and got away to a 10-0 baseball victory over North Johnston on Tuesday for third place in the 8-team Johnston County Easter Invitational at South Johnston. The Trojans had a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first when they got some good...

South

Trojans bounce back for 28-14 triumph at Triton

Trojans bounce back for 28-14 triumph at Triton

One week after suffering a narrow loss at home against Princeton, South Johnston’s varsity football team rebounded with a 28-14 win at rival Triton Friday. “We knew we had something special with this senior group,” said South Johnston coach Lee Webb. “I call them my...

South softball tops Triton with timely hitting

South softball tops Triton with timely hitting

Timely hitting led South Johnston’s varsity softball team to a 5-1 win over visiting nonconference rival Triton on Thursday night. “I think scoring with two outs was kind of big,” said South Johnston coach Ashley Ennis. “Lannah (Price) did a good at the plate and on...

News & Features

Camels hold first spring scrimmage under Harris

Camels hold first spring scrimmage under Harris

BUIES CREEK — Campbell showcased its football talent on Saturday at the Orange and Black spring game. The event marked the final of 15 dates over CU's five-week spring practice period under new Braxton Harris, welcoming fans into Barker-Lane Stadium for a preview of...

No. 16 UNC rallies past No. 22 Camels in Buies Creek

No. 16 UNC rallies past No. 22 Camels in Buies Creek

BUIES CREEK — Campbell yielded a four run ninth-inning to visiting North Carolina in a 7-3 baseball defeat Tuesday night at Jim Perry Stadium. There were 1,403 on hand, the fourth largest crowd at Jim Perry Stadium. The No. 22 Camels (8-4) grabbed an early lead on a...

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