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Prep Baseball

Hensley whiffs a dozen as Owen stuns West Henderson
MILLS RIVER — Even a modest amount of run support can prove plentiful when Owen pitching ace Steven Hensley is on the mound and in a zone.
-Citizen Times

Eastern Randolph baseball grabs first place
JAMESTOWN -- Zack Strickland's arm kept feeling better and better as the Eastern Randolph pitcher threw a one-hitter to lead the Wildcats to a 4-0 conference win against Ragsdale on Tuesday.
-The News-Record

Richlands wins 13-3 in six innings
The Richlands junior catcher did more than that, going 4-for-4 and driving in seven runs as the Wildcats rallied to bounce Northside, 13-3, in an East Central 2-A Conference baseball game Tuesday night.
-The Jacksonville Daily

New Bern defeats Gryphons
A moon shot by catcher Max Schott and another good pitching performance by Adam Warren led the New Bern baseball team a 4-2 win - the team's ninth in a row - over Rocky Mount Tuesday night at Boykin Field.
-The New Bern Sun Journal

Girls Softball

Rams' Taylor putting the bat on the ball
SKYLAND — A better bat combined with a stronger body has led to a higher average for Roberson's Caroline Taylor.
-Citizen Times

Prep Football

Harrells names Lewis
Bob Lewis, a 38-year football coaching veteran who won four state titles at Clinton, will move to Harrells Christian Academy on June 1.
-The News&Observer

Clinton names Mallard football coach
CLINTON - Steve Mallard already followed in the footsteps of one Cape Fear region coaching great. Now he's doing it again.
-The Fayetteville Online

Prep Track

Broughton's Roberts runs well in Philly
Broughton junior Sandy Roberts ran well in the high school mile at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia last weekend, finishing third in 4:14.18.
-The News&Observer

Setting the Standard
After shattering the school record of 13 minutes, 7.8 seconds in the 2-mile event with a personal best of 12:55, Cristin Gibboney hopes to own the girl's 1-mile record after today's conference meet at Nicholas Sparks Track on the campus of New Bern High School.
-The New Bern Sun Journal

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