High School Roundup: Edenton soccer rallies for tie at Camden

CAMDEN — Freshman Katie Rascoe scored two of her three goals in the final 15 minutes as she helped Edenton rally from a two-goal deficit in a 3-3 tie at Camden in non-conference girls soccer on Thursday.

Vikings baseball, softball teams swept

A late rally in game two of a doubleheader with Bluefield State fell short, and Elizabeth City State lost both games at Camden County High School, Saturday.

No ragin’ Ragin: MACU senior finds maturity on the court

The Questen Shake is no more.

  • MACU comes up short in Bible College NIT final

    Mid-Atlantic Christian’s late-season surge propelled it into the Bible College NIT title game, but the Mustangs weren’t able to pull off one more upset.

  • Mid-Atlantic men take two in winning weekend

    The Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s basketball team followed up a Friday win against Christendom with its first-ever victory against Johnson & Wales in an 83-80 result on Saturday.

  • Chowan tames visiting Mustangs

    MURFREESBORO — The Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s basketball team picked up a late addition on its schedule in a road game at Division II Chowan Thursday night.

  • Depth catching up to Lady Mustangs

    They’re the walking wounded, and are providing a solid effort, but a lack of depth is taking its toll on Mid-Atlantic Christian’s women’s basketball team.

  • Battling Bishops pull away from MACU in win

    N.C. Wesleyan broke open a close game at the half and raced to a 91-50 win Saturday over visiting Mid-Atlantic Christian.

High School Roundup: Edenton soccer rallies for tie at Camden

CAMDEN — Freshman Katie Rascoe scored two of her three goals in the final 15 minutes as she helped Edenton rally from a two-goal deficit in a 3-3 tie at Camden in non-conference girls soccer on Thursday.

  • Tourney teams take differing approaches

    CAMDEN — Defending champs, first place in the Northeastern Coastal Conference, No. 4 in Impact Baseball’s 2A state poll.

  • High School Roundup: Edenton baseball tops Northeastern

    Jack Downum, Zack Kelly and Bryant Warren had two hits each for the Edenton baseball team in a 14-3 win against host Northeastern on Wednesday.

  • Markham to take mat for ODU

    After a stellar four-year wrestling career capped off by a trip to the 132-pound 2A state wrestling final, Northeastern standout Josh Markham has signed to wrestle in college for Old Dominion.

  • High School Roundup: Camden softball stops Northeastern

    CAMDEN — Rachel Gillikin allowed just two Northeastern hits and the Camden softball team made one run stand up in a 1-0 non-conference win on Monday.

  • High School Roundup: Aces tennis sweeps NCC championships

    BARCO — Edenton swept the conference championships, and all four schools qualified individual representatives to the 2A East Regional during the Northeastern Coastal Conference boys tennis tournament played Thursday at Currituck.

Steamers set to take on Peninsula

One needed an IV just to play, another was in the lineup for the first time in nearly two weeks while still battling a hernia, and yet another had been in a perplexing 1-for-20 hitting slump in about the same time span.

  • Whitehead hired as Steamers GM

    EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers hired former player Kevin Whitehead as its new general manager for the upcoming season.

  • Pilots pound Steamers in Game 1

    HAMPTON, Va. — A nearly two-hour rain delay slowed the opening game of the Coastal Plain League East Division final series between Edenton and host Peninsula on Sunday night.

  • Pitching to lead Steamers’ playoff run

    EDENTON — The Steamers have a 20/20 vision for a successful Petitt Cup playoff run.

  • Steamers use big inning to take nightcap over Peninsula

    EDENTON — The Steamers used a six-run third inning to pull away from Peninsula and take a 9-7 win Friday in the nightcap between the two teams at Hicks Field.

  • Steamers No. 1 overall for playoffs

    EDENTON — With Tyler Eager’s second RBI of the game, along with a bases-clearing double from Nick Miller, the Edenton Steamers broke open a tie game and pulled out an 8-4 win Friday in 11 innings over Peninsula in the resumption of a suspended game.