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Stripe Success
STANHOPE - Rocky Mount sank Southern Nash in a sea of fourth-quarter free throws to win last Thursday’s key NEW-6 Conference girls basketball matchup.
Southern led by as many as seven points midway through the third period, but the Ladybirds couldn’t hang on as RM pulled out a 51-41 decision at the SN Gymnasium. More ...
By Geoff Neville, Graphic Sportswriter

Tourney’s pairings finalized
ROCKY MOUNT - For the first time since 1999, the Rocky Mount Invitational Baseball Tournament will have just six teams in its lineup. The 32nd edition of the event is set for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April 5, 7 and 8 at Gryphon Stadium.
As in 1999, schedule conflicts for schools due to an early Easter date and separated dates for spring breaks made it almost impossible to bring eight teams into the field. More ...
By Charles Alston, Graphic Sportswriter

Bulldogs best foe SouthWest
ROCKY MOUNT - With Rocky Mount and Southern Nash playing their basketball games on Thursday, Nash Central was the center of hoop action in Nash County last Friday night as the Bulldogs entertained SouthWest Edgecombe in NEW 6 play.
And you can pretty much count on junior Trey Sumler to put on a show most nights. More ...
By Charles Alston, Graphic Sportswriter

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Baseball event is targeted
GREENVILLE -- East Carolina University baseball fans will get their first chance to meet the 2008 Pirates up close and personal on Saturday, Feb. 16, as ECU hosts its eighth annual “Meet the Pirates” luncheon.
Scheduled to start at approximately 11 a.m. at the Murphy Center’s Harvey Banquet Hall, “Meet the Pirates” offers fans a chance to get autographs and photos of the ECU baseball team and third-year head coach Billy Godwin, as well as enjoy a catered lunch with the Pirate coaches and players. The catered meal will feature a baseball menu with hot dogs, hamburgers, side items and dessert. More ...
From Staff Reports

Raleigh returning to coach Mudcats
ZEBULON -- A first-of-its-kind manager highlights the Carolina Mudcats’ official announcement of its field staff for the 2008 Southern League season.
The Florida Marlins have named Matt Raleigh as the Mudcats’ first-year manager, the 16th in club history. Raleigh becomes the first to ever play, coach and manage for Carolina in the franchise’s history. More ...
From Staff Reports

NASH COUNTY RECREATION REPORT
NASH COUNTY -- Listed are recent results from the Nash County Parks and Recreation Department’s Basketball League: More ...
From Staff Reports

RMSH boys defeat Southern
STANHOPE -- Junior guard Nick Hahula was the story for the Rocky Mount Gryphons during last Thursday’s NEW-6 Conference boys basketball showdown at Southern Nash.
Area football fans are well aware of his booming kickoffs and long-range field goals for the Gryphons. But few know that the 5-10, 235-pounder has quite a range on the hardwoods, too. More ...
By Charles Alston, Graphic Sportswriter

NCPREPS.COM CLASS 3-A HOOPS POLLS
NASH COUNTY -- Listed is the most recent Class 3-A boys and girls basketball poll from www.ncpreps.com for the 2007-08 season: More ...
From Staff Reports


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