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PROGRAMMING ALERT: Game Of The Week Moved To Thursday

PROGRAMMING ALERT: Game Of The Week Moved To Thursday

This week’s High School Football Game of the Week has been bumped up one day. The Deacon Jones Auto Group High School Football Game of the Week featuring Goldsboro at Princeton has been moved to Thursday, October 7 due to the threat of inclement weather on Friday. The pregame show will still begin at 7:15…read more »

Volleyball: Princeton Turns Back Goldsboro (PHOTO GALLERY)

Volleyball: Princeton Turns Back Goldsboro (PHOTO GALLERY)

Princeton head coach Paige Renfrow could not have been more pleased with her team’s effort after a 30-28, 25-22, 25-14 victory against Goldsboro in Neuse Six 2A Conference play on Thursday evening. “I’m so proud of my girls for stepping up,” Renfrow said. “They stepped up and played their game, and it paid off.” Throughout…read more »

Game Of The Week Preview: It’s Time For Princeton Vs. Rosewood

Game Of The Week Preview: It’s Time For Princeton Vs. Rosewood

It’s time. Archrivals Princeton and Rosewood are facing off for the 64th time on Thursday evening. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. And even though the two teams are no longer in the same conference, with Princeton moving up to the 2A ranks, this game is still the most important game of the season for both teams.…read more »

Football: Princeton Knocks Off East Duplin In Thriller

Football: Princeton Knocks Off East Duplin In Thriller

Photos and article from Laieke Abebe In a dramatic, back-and-forth shootout, Princeton found a way to rally on the road.  The Bulldogs went on the road and defeated East Duplin, 36-30 Friday night in Beulaville. Despite trailing going into the fourth quarter, the Princeton defense stepped up when it mattered most in the final minutes.…read more »

Football: Princeton Runs Over Smithfield-Selma In Season Opener

Football: Princeton Runs Over Smithfield-Selma In Season Opener

Photo and article from Laieke Abebe Four months after the last game of their shortened season in the spring, Princeton football returned to the field in style. The Bulldogs trounced Johnston County foe Smithfield-Selma, 42-20 on Friday night at Harvey Brooks field. The Bulldogs have now won 27 of their last 31 games, dating back…read more »

Athlete Of The Week: Tyler Thompson

Athlete Of The Week: Tyler Thompson

Tyler Thompson does whatever it takes to help his team. Whether he is getting the start on the mound, coming out of the bullpen, or always keeping a smile on his face in the dugout, Thompson is the definition of a good teammate. Thompson, who recently graduated from Princeton High School, has played baseball for…read more »

Princeton’s Jaheim Taylor Signs Basketball NLI With Davidson-Davie CC

Princeton’s Jaheim Taylor Signs Basketball NLI With Davidson-Davie CC

Princeton’s Jaheim Taylor found everything he was looking for at Davidson-Davie Community College, one of the country’s top Division II JUCO basketball programs. Taylor recently signed a national letter of intent to play basketball next season for the Storm. A dynamic playmaker and scorer, he earned all-Carolina 1-A Conference accolades this season after scoring a…read more »

Athletes Of The Week: Trace Hickman

Athletes Of The Week: Trace Hickman

Princeton’s Trace Hickman is having his best season in a Bulldogs jersey. In 10 games this season, Hickman has a .333 batting average to along with a .486 on-base percentage and nine RBIs. One of nine seniors on the roster this season, he has helped lead the Bulldogs to a 6-3 overall record. “It’s been…read more »

Baseball: Princeton Shuts Out Neuse Charter (PHOTO GALLERY)

Baseball: Princeton Shuts Out Neuse Charter (PHOTO GALLERY)

With its win against Neuse Charter on Tuesday afternoon, Princeton kept itself in the playoff hunt. The Bulldogs defeated Neuse Charter 10-0 in six innings to improve their record to 6-3 overall. “I thought we came at swinging the bats at the start, and then we took a couple of innings off and let the…read more »

Princeton’s Daughtry Headed To Pitt CC

Princeton’s Daughtry Headed To Pitt CC

From the time she was eight years old, Sara Daughtry spent her time honing her volleyball skills. Now a senior at Princeton, Daughtry will have the opportunity to continue to develop her game at Pitt Community College after recently signing a national letter of intent with the Bulldogs. “It’s a great feeling to know that…read more »

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