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Baseball: Post 11 Competes In Palmetto Invitational (PHOTO GALLERY)

Baseball: Post 11 Competes In Palmetto Invitational (PHOTO GALLERY)

Over the weekend, Wayne County Post 11 competed in the Palmetto Legion Invitational Tournament. The invitational featured teams from North Carolina (Wayne County), South Carolina (Florence Post 1, Horry Post 111, Chesterfield Post 74, Murrells Inlet Post 178), and Ohio (Beverly-Lowell Post 389, Ottowa Post 63, Greenville Post 140). Wayne County played four games in…read more »

Athletes Of The Week: Noah Hancock

Athletes Of The Week: Noah Hancock

Often in sports, players with either incredible talent or a tremendous work ethic do well. Either their natural ability or strong desire to be the best launches them to solid success. But when that authentic gift and that genuine relentlessness are paired together, that’s when truly impressive student-athletes are born. In the case of Goldsboro…read more »

Princeton’s Thompson Picks Lenoir CC

Princeton’s Thompson Picks Lenoir CC

The sleepless nights are over. Tyler Thompson finally made his decision. On Wednesday afternoon, the Princeton High School baseball standout inked a national letter of intent with Lenoir Community College. Thompson said he entertained other offers before settling on the Lancers. “It feels great, and I’m excited to take my next step in the journey…read more »

Boys Basketball: C.B. Aycock Falls To New Bern (PHOTO GALLERY)

Boys Basketball: C.B. Aycock Falls To New Bern (PHOTO GALLERY)

C.B. Aycock attempted to overcome a 12-point halftime deficit in its game against New Bern on Thursday night, but despite their best efforts, the Golden Falcons could not topple the Bears. The Bears came out firing and held off the Golden Falcons for 47-38, Eastern Carolina 3A/4A Conference victory. The Golden Falcons were down 11-2…read more »

Rosewood’s Tufano Headed To Brevard College

Rosewood’s Tufano Headed To Brevard College

A versatile player confident in her abilities, Rosewood’s Juliette Tufano had no trouble deciding where she would prefer to continue her soccer career. She is leaving one small town to live in another – Brevard, North Carolina. On Wednesday, the senior signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Division III Brevard College.…read more »

UMO Athletics Announces Spring 2021 Schedules

UMO Athletics Announces Spring 2021 Schedules

From UMO Media Relations MOUNT OLIVE — The University of Mount Olive released the outline of the projected schedule days for the 2021 season for all Trojan sports this week. All sports will play on certain days to help combat the complexity of all UMO sponsored sports playing in the spring season. Below are the estimated days…read more »

UMO Track And Field Teams Make Mount Olive A Cleaner Place

UMO Track And Field Teams Make Mount Olive A Cleaner Place

From UMO Media Relations MOUNT OLIVE – The University of Mount Olive men’s and women’s track and field teams in a continued effort to reach out to the Mount Olive community, hit the streets for a town clean-up Saturday morning. In what has turned into an annual event, the track and field teams went from street to…read more »

Looking Back On The 2008 Mount Olive Baseball National Championship

Looking Back On The 2008 Mount Olive Baseball National Championship

From UMO Media Relations MOUNT OLIVE – Prior to 2008, the small town of Mount Olive, North Carolina (population 4,589) was known primarily as the home of the Mt. Olive Pickle Company, the largest independent purveyor of pickled cucumbers in the United States. The University of Mount Olive baseball team dramatically changed that narrative in 2008.…read more »

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