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  • SCHOOLS

    Dean tosses perfect game

    Fuquay-Varina's Alissa Dean threw a perfect game Friday night in leading the Bengals to a 4-0 victory over Durham Riverside in the second round of the N.C. High School Athletic Association softball playoffs.

  • SCHOOLS

    Nunn does it all for Hawks

    After postgame handshakes were exchanged and each coach had talked to their teams for one final time for the night, Northern Durham softball coach Boo Rigsbee went back to congratulate Holly Springs junior Erica Nunn one more time.

  • SCHOOLS

    Golden Hawks top Wolverines in 4-A

    Justin Manning pitched seven innings of shutout ball, Trey Cobb hit a two-run home run, and the Holly Springs Golden Hawks defeated the Wakefield Wolverines, 7-0.

  • SCHOOLS

    Early lead a winner for Pride in baseball

    Leesville Road's baseball team took an early lead against East Chapel Hill on Friday night.

  • SCHOOLS

    Vikings oust Comets in a pitching duel

    Clayton junior Evan Phillips pitched well, but the Comets' successful baseball season came to a halt Friday night when Wilmington Hoggard eked out a 2-1 third-round 4-A playoff win.

  • LOCAL/STATE

    Strength found, she inspires others

    An introduction never happened, just a question blurted out at Emily Newton as she shopped for cookie ingredients in a Raleigh Harris Teeter before Christmas.

  • SCHOOLS

    Garner edges rival S.E. Raleigh

    Garner passed one of its toughest tests of the basketball season Friday night, but rival Southeast Raleigh certainly didn't make it easy on the Trojans.

  • SCHOOLS

    Jordan boys hold on

    Durham Jordan held off a late rally by Person to remain undefeated in the Piedmont Athletic 4-A with a 71-70 boys basketball win on Friday night.

  • SCHOOLS

    Panther Creek outlasts Cary

    The similar records that Cary and Panther Creek's boys basketball teams held entering Friday's showdown at Charlie Adams Gymnasium didn't reflect how different each team has approached the beginning of the new year.

  • SCHOOLS

    Wakefield shows prowess in win

    Wakefield's message to Enloe was an easy one: We're stronger than you, and we know it.

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