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Hawks top Westover at less than full strength

Hawks top Westover at less than full strength

Despite personnel limitations, Triton's varsity football team took a 33-20 All American Conference win at Westover on Thursday night. "We picked each other up tonight," said Hawks coach Ben Penny. "It was a short week. We had some guys out and didn't have enough time...

Terry Sanford downs short-handed Hawks

Terry Sanford downs short-handed Hawks

A short-handed Triton varsity football team suffered a 47-6 loss to visiting All American 3-A/4-A Conference opponent Terry Sanford Friday. “They’re a good football team,” said Triton offensive coordinator David Weathersby, who filled the role of head coach for Ben...

Cowan, Evans lead Hawks to win at E.E. Smith in All American opener

Cowan, Evans lead Hawks to win at E.E. Smith in All American opener

J.J. Cowan and Jalen Evans each scored a pair of touchdowns for Triton in a 26-14 varsity football victory in the All American Conference opener for the Hawks at E.E. Smith on Friday night. Cowan had a 51-yard scoring run and returned a fumble from around midfield in...

Hawk volleyball bounces back to beat Overhills

Hawk volleyball bounces back to beat Overhills

Triton’s varsity volleyball team rebounded from its first All American 3-A/4-A Conference loss at Pine Forest on Tuesday with a 3-0 win over visiting conference and Harnett County rival Overhills by scores of 25-14, 25-12 and 25-15 Thursday. “We worked on a lot of...

Hernandez leads Hawks to 10-2 win over Western with four goals

Hernandez leads Hawks to 10-2 win over Western with four goals

Senior Omar Hernandez scored four goals as Triton improved to 7-2-1 overall and 3-0 in the All American Conference with a 10-2 win over visiting Western Harnett on Wednesday evening. The Hawks play at Terry Sanford (6-2, 3-0) tonight at 7 p.m. Assistants Denny Dalton...

Reece takes reins of Hawk baseball

Reece takes reins of Hawk baseball

Triton didn't have to look far to find a qualified varsity baseball coach. David Reece has been named to fill the position, which became available when Jake Willis left for an administrative post at Midway. Reece takes over a program that went 18-8 last season and was...

Triton posts 2-0 soccer victory at South Johnston

Triton posts 2-0 soccer victory at South Johnston

Triton used a pair of first-half goals for a 2-0 nonconference varsity boys soccer victory at neighboring rival South Johnston on Thursday evening. Sophomore Elias Lopez put the Hawks (5-2-1) ahead to stay off of a corner kick from Tommy Lopez. Triton's second goal...

Hawk volleyball turns back Western, 3-0

Hawk volleyball turns back Western, 3-0

Triton’s varsity volleyball team improved its record in All American 3-A/4-A Conference play to 4-0 with a 3-0 win over visiting Harnett County rival Western Harnett by scores of 25-17, 25-18 and 25-8 on Thursday night. “We’ve just built off of what we started with...

Rams shut out Hawk booters

Rams shut out Hawk booters

Led by three goals from senior Amando Bueno, host Cleveland took an 8-0 nonconference varsity boys soccer win over Triton on Wednesday night. Logan Pleasant had a goal and two assists for the Rams (4-1). Josh Royster and Jaden Renteria split time in goal in the...

Week one lesson helps Hawks defeat South Johnston, 34-15

Week one lesson helps Hawks defeat South Johnston, 34-15

Triton picked up its first varsity football win of the season 34-15 over visiting non-conference rival South Johnston on Friday night. Triton coach Ben Penny said his team learned from mistakes the Hawks made in a 49-31 loss to Jordan the week prior. Triton had a 24-6...

Hernandez, strategy get job done for Hawk booters vs. Midway

Hernandez, strategy get job done for Hawk booters vs. Midway

Triton’s varsity soccer team won a 3-0 shutout over visiting Midway on Tuesday evening in a game that was postponed from Monday due to weather. “The intention was to hold the ball as much as possible because Midway is good,” said Triton coach Brian Foster. “Midway is...

Hawks fall as 4-A Falcons rally

Hawks fall as 4-A Falcons rally

Visiting Jordan, a 4-A program from Durham, rallied past 3-A Triton in the second half to win, 49-31, to open varsity football season Thursday night. “It was kind of strange,” said Triton coach Ben Penny. “I thought we were more focused at halftime as we’ve ever been...

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