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Hill Displays Plenty Of Promise
KEY CONTRIBUTOR. Northern Nash's Alexus Hill (25) was outstanding as a freshman this season for the Gardner-Webb women's basketball team. Hill was a four-year starter for the Lady Knights under Grover Battle. (Photo by Tim Cowie/Gardner-Webb Univer
Hill Displays Plenty Of Promise

RED OAK -- Assembly Hall -- home to the Indiana University Hoosiers -- has been the site of many historic basketball moments through the years.
For former Northern Nash standout Alexus Hill, Assembly Hall will also serve as the base of one of the most important moments of her young life.
Hill's first-ever college game as a member of the Gardner-Webb University program was at Indiana last November as the Runnin' Bulldogs took on the Hurryin' Hoosiers in a match of fleet nicknames.

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BREW-ING UP WINS
TARGET PRACTICE. Southern Nash's Ryan Marlowe rips an offering during last Tuesday's diamond matchup against Roxboro Person at the Golden Leaf Invitational Baseball Tournament in Wilson.
BREW-ING UP WINS

WILSON -- Southern Nash is still in the process of building under new baseball coach Todd Brewer -- so it's pretty much expected that the Firebirds' results will be a mixed bag as the campaign progresses.
That's exactly what happened last week for the Firebirds at the annual Golden Leaf Invitational Tournament, which was held at both Fleming Stadium and Wilson Fike High School.

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Wesleyan Wins Tennis Crown
Wesleyan Wins Tennis Crown

ROCKY MOUNT -- The women's tennis team of North Carolina Wesleyan College captured the second USA South Conference regular season championship in program history over the weekend with 9-0 sweeps of Huntingdon and LaGrange at the Slick Family Foundation Tennis Complex on the NCWC campus.
Wesleyan completes conference play with a perfect 12-0 record, giving the Bishops their first-ever out-right crown.
NCWC had previously shared the 2012 title with Methodist and Meredith.

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Cuthrell on award watch list
Cuthrell on award watch list

PEMBROKE -- University of North Carolina-Pembroke third baseman and former Wilson Tob Collins Cuthrell was named to the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award midseason watch list.
Cuthrell prepped at Rocky Mount High School.
The award is college baseball's equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. Cuthrell is also the only Division II player on the 60-man list.

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County Line has another big night
County Line has another big night

ELM CITY -- After a week full of wicked weather in the area, the sky finally cleared and greeted race fans and drivers with a nice Spring afternoon last Saturday at County Line Raceway.
Spectators were in for a treat as the Renegades of Dirt South, an Open Wheel Modified touring series, made their first of two visits for the 2015 season to the 3/8th mile clay oval in Elm City.

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Get Back To Business
Get Back To Business

RED OAK -- After a successful stint at the Golden Leaf Invitational Tournament -- along with a few days off -- the Northern Nash baseball squad is back to the business of seeking a repeat of its 2014 Big East Conference regular season championship.
Northern's final pre-break game -- one day after Derrick Carter's momentous no-hitter -- came last Tuesday against Jamestown Ragsdale in the finale of the Golden Leaf Tourney in Wilson.

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Wesleyan claims two of three in the league

ROCKY MOUNT -- North Carolina Wesleyan College's baseball team celebrated its 2015 Senior Day on Sunday afternoon by posting an 11-10 victory over LaGrange College in extra innings.
The two teams had previously split Saturday's doubleheader, setting up Sunday's rubber game that saw Wesleyan tally the USA South series win.
Prior to the game, head coach Charlie Long honored the seven senior members of his squad: Brad Guengerich, J.J. Rodriguez, Marcus Kornegay, Stephen Machin, Lee Dunn, George Moore and Ricardo Ciuffetelli.

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Mudcats sport 3-1 mark early in season
Mudcats sport 3-1 mark early in season

ZEBULON -- A dominating pitching performance by starter Steve Janas paved the way as the Carolina Mudcats won their third straight game 4-2 versus the Salem Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Five County Stadium in Class A Carolina League baseball matchup.
Janas allowed just one hit and struck out six in a brilliant six inning scoreless effort.
The Mudcats (3-1) used a familiar formula for their third straight and series clinching victory.

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RUNNING THE SHOW
RUNNING THE SHOW

Former Northern Nash High School hoops standout Alexus Hill enjoyed a strong freshman campaign as a member of the Gardner-Webb University women's basketball squad.

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SAFE AT THIRD
SAFE AT THIRD

Southern Nash High School's Ryan Marlowe slides safely into third base during last Tuesday's tournament game with Roxboro Person.

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SPECTACULAR SEVEN
SPECTACULAR SEVEN

Southern Nash's Lukas Overman delivers a pitch during last Tuesday's baseball matchup.

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