Tuesday's Links

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

Prep Football

Now, he's the Barbour of SSS-ville
SMITHFIELD -- Despite his successes as the head football coach at Southern Durham and Middle Creek, Anthony Barbour has longed for the challenge of guiding a small-town high school to glory.
-The News&Observer

Girls Soccer

Hoggard claims MEC soccer title
By the time White Oak got its first shot of the game, the Vikings were trailing 4-0 to the eighth-ranked 4-A team in the state.
-The Jacksonville Daily

Dixon shuts out Lejeune, 6-0
DIXON - Six different players scored a goal as Dixon racked up five goals in the second half of a 6-0 victory over Lejeune in a Coastal Plains 1-A Conference girls soccer match Monday night.
-The Jacksonville Daily

Bears win, Rams lose in Big East soccer clashes
During its 12-game unbeaten streak, the New Bern girls soccer team has made a habit of jumping on its opponent and finishing them off quickly.
-New Bern Sun Journal

Rose blanks Havelock
HAVELOCK - The last time Havelock's girl's soccer team traveled to J.H. Rose the Rampants walked away with a 2-0 win. Traveling to Havelock on Monday, the Rampants won 3-0, but Rams head coach Scott Shutts was much more pleased with his team's performance this time around.
-New Bern Sun Journal

Prep Tennis

Catholic remains unbeaten
For two tennis teams that dominated their respective conferences all season, a 3-hour, 20-minute match was rare to say the least.
-The Charlotte Observer

Rams lock up MAC's top seed
ASHEVILLE — One gift changed Jacob Wright's life, and in effect transformed tennis from a foreign game into an apparent natural talent.
-Citizen Times

Prep Baseball

Central's Brown: A born leader
In a couple of weeks, the great days of high school will come to an end for Central Cabarrus High baseball standout Ryan Brown and the rest of his senior classmates.
-The Independent Tribune


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