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North Pitt wins Pitt County Wrestling Championships


North Duplin's Hugh Martin named assistant for NCCA East-West All-Star Football Game


Panthers pay tribute to Proctor with surprise, win over Riverside


Northside boys run winning streak to 45


Highlights: MLK Bash at Farmville Central


Greene Central, Kinston post Friday night wins


South Central tops Ayden-Grifton to win Holiday Tournament


Ayden-Grifton, South Central to meet for Parker's Holiday Classic title


North Lenoir, J.H. Rose, Ayden-Grifton advance to Parker's Holiday Classic semifinals


Green Hope tops South Central to win Pitt County Holiday Tournament title


South Central, Green Hope to meet for Holiday Tournament title


South Central, Farmville Central post road wins Tuesday night


Parrott Academy tops Wayne Christian 81-77 in overtime


Greene Central, J.H. Rose earn Friday night wins


Farmville Central beats Ayden-Grifton 77-71, improves to 4-1


D.H. Conley's McLaughlin signs with UNCW


Rocky Mount Academy topples Parrott Academy 66-60 in OT, captures NCISAA 2A Title


ROUND 3: NCHSAA State Soccer Playoffs


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