Thursday's Links

Today's Prep links from around the 'net...

Girls Softball

Soesbee shuts down Reynolds
CANDLER — Three is a luxury and not a crowd when it comes to defining one of the Enka softball team's greatest strengths.
-Citizen Times

Despite the losses, Trojans a family
TRENTON - It takes a special kind of person to play on the Jones Senior softball team.
-The New Bern Sun Journal

Girls Soccer

Rams thump Cougars
ASHEVILLE — Roberson coach Rob Wilcher pulled aside goalkeeper Emma White, sweeper Callie Moore and stopper Brittany Gilmore, along with marking backs Kristin Brock and Margaret May, Wednesday after his team completed its shutout of its archrival.
-Citizen Times

Croatan girls' soccer beats Richlands
BROAD CREEK - Jessica Cartwright's goal with five minutes, 33 seconds left in regulation, lifted the Croatan girls soccer team past Richlands, 2-1, Wednesday evening.
-The Jacksonville Daily

Dixon girls' soccer beats Topsail, 1-0
DIXON - Just as in the first time Dixon and Topsail squared off in a girls soccer match this season, overtime was needed to decide a winner on Wednesday.
-The Jacksonville Daily

Give U.S. soccer greats their due
On Tuesday, three outstanding players were named to the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Unfortunately, it was also Maria Sharapova's 18th birthday. Guess which event received more coverage on espn.com?
-The New Bern Sun Journal

Prep Baseball

Richlands baseball gets redemption
Richlands' baseball victory over East Duplin Tuesday night perhaps meant a little bit more than usual for the Wildcats
-The Jacksonville Daily

Fuller improves to 5-0 as Bears beat Eagles
Bryan Fuller may be an unknown quantity for the New Bern pitching staff, but if he keeps pitching the way he has so far this season, he won't be anonymous for long.
-The New Bern Sun Journal

Prep Basketball News

LaRue is named boys basketball coach at FCD
Over the space of three days, Rusty LaRue resigned as the men's basketball coach at Greensboro College to become the boys basketball coach at Forsyth Country Day.
-Winston-Salem Journal


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