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    Seven from Johnston County qualify for state girls golf championships

    Seven golfers from Johnston County — representing Neuse Charter, North Johnston, Cleveland, Corinth Holders, South Johnston and Smithfield-Selma — advanced to the NCHSAA girls golf state championships.

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    Sports Briefs: Oct. 26, 2014

    Corinth Holders’ boys soccer team rolled up 16 goals in wins over Triton and Smithfield-Selma last week, finishing off its regular-season schedule with a 19-0 record. The Pirates are expected to be the No. 1 overall seed for the state playoffs in the eastern regional, giving them home field...

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    Sports Notes

    The 2014 McGee’s Crossroads Athletic Association/West Johnston Fall Baseball Skills Camp will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 8, at McGee’s Crossroads Middle School. The cost is $60 per camper or $100 for two kids from the same family. Baseball players in grades...

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    Cardinal Gibbons volleyball marches past Cleveland in 3A playoffs

    It’s rare that at the conclusion of a postseason match, both participants can leave with their heads held high. After five-time defending N.C. High School Athletic Association 3A volleyball champion Cardinal Gibbons dispatched visiting Cleveland in three sets on Tuesday night, that was precisely...

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    Corinth Holders blanks Cleveland, wraps up No. 1 playoff seed

    There could have been a big celebration after the Corinth Holders boys soccer team defeated Cleveland 4-0 at home Thursday as, with the victory, the Pirates clinched at least a share of the Two Rivers 3A Conference title.

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    Next play drives Comets

    From a heartbreaking, season-opening loss to a dramatic last-second victory, followed by a pair of disappointing outings in the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference, the Comets have endured the gamut of emotions.

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    Expect a dogfight for Two Rivers 3A Conference playoff berths

    Two games into the Two Rivers 3A Conference football season, the prohibitive favorite — Cleveland — is still the “belle of the ball.” The rest of the league is a mix of teams with some hopes already realized, a few realized and some so far unfulfilled.

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    Friday's games

    The Comets could jumble up the conference race with a victory and jump into the mix for a top three finish in the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference.

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    Cleveland moves on

    Cleveland got a breakthrough block against Wilson Hunt midway of the second set on Saturday, took control of the match from that point and never looked back for a 16-25, 25-21, 25-12, 25-21 victory Saturday.

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    West Johnston sweeps Greater Neuse River 4A Conference cross country titles

    At this point, it seems if they hold a Greater Neuse River 4A Conference Cross Country Championship, West Johnston will be there to register multiple wins.

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