Maintaining focus: Eagles not looking past Knights

It’s been a challenge for Northeastern coach Antonio Moore to shake the Saturday night loss to Currituck a season ago.

  • Area Soccer Kicked: Bruins downed by Leopards

    CAMDEN — With the game winding down to the final 15 minutes and still down a goal, Camden coach Chuck Leslie pulled goalkeeper Tristen Newell and inserted him into the attack.

  • Making His Point: Northeastern’s Overton likes to distribute

    Though Northeastern junior Will Overton proved he could score goals with the 14 he had last season, he’s embraced a new role similar to the point guard he is on the basketball court.

  • Comfort Zone: Camden backup quarterback emerges

    CAMDEN — Senior quarterback Noah Tuttle needed help getting out of his pads after Camden put 68 points on Perquimans in a comprehensive win on Friday.

  • Lee Owen: Bowling Congress takes sport to military overseas

    For those that have served in the military and been deployed overseas, you know all too well how little there is to do.

  • Northeast Dragway: Double entry pays off for Haskell

    WINFALL — Chris Cox of Speed Oasis hosted his fourth event at Northeast Dragway on Saturday. “The season is drawing to a end but the drivers are not quite ready to park their race cars,” Cox said. “So with very little races left on the schedule for the 2014 season I decide it would be nice to throw another event in.

ECSU tries to regroup on road

Any coach will emphasize the idea of moving forward whether times are good or bad.

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.

Area Soccer Kicked: Bruins downed by Leopards

CAMDEN — With the game winding down to the final 15 minutes and still down a goal, Camden coach Chuck Leslie pulled goalkeeper Tristen Newell and inserted him into the attack.

Walks To Remember: Patience at plate pays for Placzek

EDENTON — If batting average were the sole value of a leadoff hitter, Jake Placzek would have been replaced long ago.

  • Strong pitching carries Edenton

    Manny Arciniega allowed an early unearned run but nothing else in seven innings, and Edenton scored twice in both the third and seventh innings on its way to a 4-1 win over Wilmington on Friday.

  • Steamers drop game before All-Star break

    HAMPTON, Va. — The Edenton Steamers drew even in back-to-back games with Peninsula, beating the Pilots at home Friday before a 5-4 loss in 10 innings on Saturday night.

  • Pitching lifts Steamers over rival Peninsula

    EDENTON — Between quality pitching performances from Coastal Plain League All-Stars Gunnar Kines and Josh Roeder, the Edenton Steamers survived some shaky middle relief and defeated East Division rival Peninsula 3-2 on Friday.

  • Steamers use 16-hit barrage to top Ashboro

    ASHEBORO — Edenton pounded out 16 hits and got three RBIs from both Orlando Olivera and Dakota Wix in a 9-6 win at Asheboro on Tuesday.

  • Errors doom Steamers, fall to Tobs

    EDENTON — A host of errors kept the Edenton Steamers from a win at Hicks Field on Saturday night, losing to Wilson 8-5.