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  • FALL SPORTS

    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.

  • SPORTS

    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.

  • ZEBULON

    Wake County may buy new scoreboard for Carolina Mudcats

    The Wake County Board of Commissioners will vote Sept. 15 on spending $1.5 million from hotel and restaurant tax revenue on a new scoreboard for the Carolina Mudcats’ use at Five County Stadium.

  • FALL SPORTS

    East Wake wins key points, registers volleyball sweep of West Johnston

    The Warriors scored the final four points to win the first set 25-23, then came from six points down to win the second 25-22 and then rolled the demoralized Wildcats 25-11 for the sweep.

  • FALL SPORTS

    Prep Football Preview: Sept. 12 Area Games

    The Huskies seem to have found their stride, posting shutouts of 39-0 on Rolesville and 38-0 on defending Greater Neuse River 4A champion Knightdale after starting the season with a 6-point triumph over Holly Springs.

  • SPORTS

    Parks and Recreation notes: Sept. 10

    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 Notes: Sept. 10

    Knightdale Parks and Recreation is holding 9- to 17-year-old youth basketball registration for the winter 2014 season. The fee is $37 for Knightdale residents, and $52 for non-residents. Contact Jay Chalk at 919-217-2231 for more information.

  • FALL SPORTS

    Prep Football Roundup: East Wake fends off Millbrook

    Up by one late in the fourth quarter, East Wake was stopped at the one-yard line on a fourth-and-goal try, giving visiting Millbrook the ball back with 99 yards to go with just under two minutes to play. Millbrook drove – but the Warriors made the final big play.

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