The SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars golf team blew out their Eastern Plains Conference opponents Monday at Cutter Creek in a four team match.
The Cougars shot 306 as a team and were 45 strokes better then Beddingfield who finished second with 351. Farmville Central shot a 374 and Greene Central finished with a 416.
Ryan Chatt was the Cougars medalist after he shot a 73. Nathan Webb and Eric Norville both shot a 77, while Cole Jefferys finished with a 79 and Taylor Newton shot a 82.
The Cougars golf team won their second match in as many days Tuesday when they beat Riverside and Southern Wayne. SouthWest shot 301 and Riverside shot 302 and Southern Wayne rounded it out with a 329.
Chatt was the Cougars medalist again after he shot a 69, -2 under par. Webb shot a 73 and Newton finished with a 79. Jefferys shot an 80 and Norville had a 81.
Coach Jonathan Cobb said it is great to get the win against Riverside because they have beaten the Cougars this season.
"Ryan certainly played to his potential," Cobb said. "I'm glad for him and excited about seeing some of our other guys heat up as well as we get closer to the days that matter the most."
The Cougars next conference match will be Monday at Farmville Country Club.
SouthWest tennis team played a non-conference match Monday and were defeated 6-3 by Riverside.
The Cougars No. 2 seed Michael Parisher and No. 3 seed Tyler Killebrew won their singles matches and the Cougars won one doubles match.
Coach Joel Elliott said the top five singles courts produced great points and solid competition.
"All of our players improved from the last meeting," Elliott said. "Riverside's doubles teams really solidified their win and showed that they are unquestionably the better team."
Cougars golf team rolling along
Bandy, Williams clutch late for SWE
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Cougars, Warriors split on hardwood
LEGGETT – The SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars didn't know how to react in the first half when they tried continuously to pull away from the North Edgecombe Warriors, but just couldn't find a way.
Lady Cougars thump Kings; boys fall hard
PINETOPS – The SouthWest Edgecombe Lady Cougars got their second win of the season Saturday when they thumped Victory Christian Center 67-13.
Lady Vikings commit 33 turnovers in loss
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Warriors split with Trojans on hardwood
LEGGETT – The North Edgecombe Warriors have played two games and had just four practices. At times during their second game Tuesday night against Southeast Halifax it showed. The Warriors missed numerous chances to put the game away from the free throw line where they went 13 for 29. The allowed the Trojans to hang around, but the Warriors were able to put it away in the fourth quarter with a 42-36 win.
Gurley scores four TDs in Bulldogs win
ATLANTA (AP) — Tarboro native and Georgia Bulldog sophomore tailback Todd Gurley ran for 122 yards and three touchdowns, including two scores after regulation. And Georgia rallied after trailing by 20 points in the first half to beat Georgia Tech 41-34 in overtime on Saturday night.
Vikings eliminated from playoffs
The Tarboro Vikings had the tides turned on them Friday night in the third round of the NCHSAA 1-AA playoffs when they were eliminated from the playoffs after they were defeated 35-10 by the Wallace-Rose Hill Bulldogs.
Cougars boys win; girls fall
PINETOPS – SouthWest Edgecombe came to play, but they didn't have a lot of energy during the first half. After a halftime speech where Cougars coach Anthony Burns told his team they needed to play with more energy on both ends of the floor, the Cougars opened up their lead in the second half with that extra energy and went on to defeat Southern Nash 67-54.
Hoop try-outs at Parks and Rec
The Tarboro Parks and Recreation Department will have tryouts for youth basketball leagues Dec. 2 through Dec. 5 at the Braswell Center on Western Boulevard.
Tarboro advances to 3rd round of playoffs
No. 1 seeded Tarboro completed step two in its journey towards another state championship. It came with a very impressive performance from senior running back Radja Bobbitt as he put the team on his back and rushed for 248 yards on 24 attempts and scored four touchdowns to lead the Vikings to a 33-7 victory in the second round of the NCHSAA 1-AA state playoffs.
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