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  • FALL SPORTS

    Rhem, Harrington lead No. 11 East Wake past No. 13 Heritage

    East Wake was looking for its second straight win over a ranked opponent and stuck to a pretty simple strategy in making it happen: let key players make key plays.

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    Prep Football: This Week’s Games – Sept. 19

    Both teams are on two-game win streaks entering this one. The Golden Falcons are a touchdown away from being 4-0. (A 27-20 loss to Greene Central is their only number on the right side of the W-L ledger.)

  • FALL SPORTS

    Momentum favors South Johnston in closing stages against Corinth Holders

    South Johnston, down six points late in the fourth set and facing a potential deciding fifth set, reeled off a 9-1 run to rally take the fourth set and the 3-1 win (17-25, 25-20, 25-16 and 25-23) over Corinth Holders in a match defined by scoring streaks from both sides.

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    Sports Briefs: Sept. 17

    Corinth Holders High School is seeking sponsors for its homecoming parade Oct. 2. Businesses, organizations and leaders in the community may advertise and sponsor floats for $10, or hold a booth for $15. Email stancil.ncvictory@gmail.comstancil.ncvictory@gmail.com for more information.

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    Parks and Recreation notes: Sept. 17

    Movin’ & Groovin’ exercise programs take place from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday nights through Oct. 14 at Knightdale Station Park, 810 N. First Ave., Knightdale. Sept. 16 will feature walking; Sept. 23 kickboxing; Sept. 30 group fitness; Oct. 7 Zumba; and Oct. 14 boot camp. Visit wakegov....

  • FALL SPORTS

    Corinth Holders soccer stays unbeaten with shutout of Southern Nash

    Senior Aaron Lopez demonstrated his ability to keep the Pirates moving forward from his central role Wednesday afternoon.

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    Clayton volleyball hits magic number, tops East Wake

    The Comets were the first to the magic number of 75 on Tuesday, rallying from deficits in the first two sets on the way to a 26-24, 25-23, 22-25, 25-17 victory over East Wake in a match up of teams still eyeing a conference title.

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    Sports Notes: Sept. 14

    Left-handed pitcher Ryan Merritt received the Willie Duke Award from the Carolina Mudcats for his accomplishments on the mound during the 2014 campaign and right-handed pitcher Jacob Lee earned the Ed Hales Award for his selfless involvement in community service.

  • SPORTS

    Parks and Recreation notes: Sept. 14

    Movin’ & Groovin’ exercise programs take place from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday nights through Oct. 14 at Knightdale Station Park, 810 N. First Ave., Knightdale. Sept. 16 will feature walking; Sept. 23 kickboxing; Sept. 30 group fitness; Oct. 7 Zumba; and Oct. 14 boot camp. Visit wakegov....

  • SPORTS

    Sports Briefs: Sept. 14

    Corinth Holders High School is seeking sponsors for its homecoming parade Oct. 2. Businesses, organizations and leaders in the community may advertise and sponsor floats for $10, or hold a booth for $15. Email stancil.ncvictory@gmail.comstancil.ncvictory@gmail.com for more information.

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