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BACK ON COURT
IN THE LANE. Northern Nash’s Alexia Hines (with ball) drives for two points during last Thursday’s home decision against East Wake High School.
BACK ON COURT

RED OAK -- On paper, it says that the Northern Nash Lady Knights graduated only one senior off last year’s regional basketball qualifier.
But that loss was a massive one, as long-time star Alexus Hill has taken her talents to the Division I level at Gardner-Webb University.

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Southern Stifled In Playoffs
DRAWING A CROWD. Southern Nash High School running back Jaquay Mitchell is pursued by several Eastern Wayne defenders during last Friday night’s action in the second round of the NCHSAA Class 3-AA State Football Playoffs.
Southern Stifled In Playoffs

STANHOPE -- For the second consecutive season, Eastern Wayne proved to be a challenging second-round nemesis for the Southern Nash Firebirds in the Class 3-A State Football Playoffs.
But another old foe -- the turnover bug -- would help put an end to the Firebirds’ postseason aspirations.
Southern Nash turned the ball over six times, and Eastern Wayne picked up some clutch first downs while milking the clock in the fourth quarter en route to finishing off a 24-17 decision over SNHS in last Friday’s playoff showdown at Firebird Stadium.

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Bishops’ standout honored
Bishops’ standout honored

FAYETTEVILLE -- The USA South Athletic Conference has announced its 2014 All-Conference awards for football, with a total of 64 student-athletes earning postseason honors.
North Carolina Wesleyan College had six different players garner accolades, led by senior running back Jacques Alston as the league’s Offensive Player of the Year.

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Knights on region team
ROY ON THE RUN. Ben Roy was outstanding as a defender this season for the Northern Nash boys soccer team.
Knights on region team

RED OAK -- Another big season from the Northern Nash Knights resulted in four players earning spots on the North Carolina Soccer Coaches Association’s Class 3-A Region 3 All-Star Team.
Making the squad from Northern Nash were keeper Tristan Marshall, defenders Jacob Kauer and Ben Roy and midfielder Tyler Jones.

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Gridiron schedule finalized
Gridiron schedule finalized

CHAPEL HILL -- The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced today the game times for the eight NCHSAA football championship games for the 2014 season, which will be played at just two locations.
BB&T Field in Winston-Salem and Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh will each host four contests.
One game will be played on Friday night, December 12, at both locations and then three games on Saturday.

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STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF GAMES

CHAPEL HILL -- Here are last Friday’s second-round results and this Friday’s third-round pairings for the Class 3-AA and Class 3-A State Football Playoffs.

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Bishops go 1-1 at hoops challenge

WINCHESTER, VA. -- The North Carolina Wesleyan College Battling Bishop men’s basketball team handed host Shenandoah University a 75-65 loss last Saturday afternoon in the final game of the 2014 South Region Challenge.
Wesleyan’s victory came on the heels of a 59-56 loss to Hampden-Sydney on Friday, leaving the Bishops with a 2-1 overall mark.

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COUNTY SOFTBALL STARS
COUNTY SOFTBALL STARS

SOFTBALL SUCCESS. The Nash County Parks and Recreation Department recently completed its 2014 Fall Adult Softball Open League. There were six teams in the league: Carolina Mercenaries, Stillwater, Lock N Load, Fastenal, Englewood Baptist Church, and Nashville United Methodist Church of God. Fastenal (above) was the regular season and tournament champion, while Stillwater was the tourney runner-up.

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AIR BALL
AIR BALL

Northern Nash’s Kiara Spooner (right) tries to elevate for possession during last Thursday’s home basketball game versus East Wake.

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CONTACT
CONTACT

Southern Nash’s Jaquay Mitchell (with ball) can’t avoid an Eastern Wayne defender during last Friday’s action in the Class 3-AA State Football Playoffs at Firebird Stadium.

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SENIOR LEADER
SENIOR LEADER

Susannah Sykes (with ball) will provide a veteran presence this season for the Northern Nash Lady Knights under Head Coach Grover Battle.

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TWENTY-FIVE WITH THE DRIVE
TWENTY-FIVE WITH THE DRIVE

Northern Nash’s Kiara Spooner makes a strong move toward the basket during last Thursday night’s home basketball decision against East Wake High School.

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