North Edgecombe splits with South Creek
LEGGETT – North Edgecombe Warriors coach Mike Jones sat and watched in frustration just like his players played Wednesday night against the South Creek Cougars.
Lady Vikings romp
After not playing a game for nearly two weeks, the Tarboro Lady Vikings found themselves right back in the mix of winning.
9 Viking swimmers advance to state
Tarboro Vikings swim coach Michelle Harris knew going into the 1-A/2-A Eastern Regional meet Monday that all nine of her swimmers had a chance of advancing to the NCHSAA state meet.
Beddingfield sweeps SWE in EPC action
PINETOPS – The SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars have found themselves following the same scenario that last year's team did during Eastern Plains Conference action.
Conference standings could get interesting
Conference standings for Edgecombe County basketball teams could get interesting after tonight's action.
Conyers' 27 leads Warriors to win over Tarboro
North Edgecombe Warriors senior Rodney Conyers had a career night Friday against the Tarboro Vikings. He finished with a double-double and scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as he led the Warriors to a 71-61 win.
Local teams jump back into action
All six Edgecombe County high school basketball teams have seen limited action recently due to the exam schedules of their conference foes. Next week, Edgecombe County schools will have exams, which will put another kink into their schedules and limit them to just one game that week.
Vikings blow 15-point lead, lose in 3 OTs
The Tarboro Vikings blew a 15 point lead in the fourth quarter and a chance to start 2-0 in Two Rivers Conference Friday.
Lady Vikings used big run to dismantle Lady Jags
The Tarboro Lady Vikings used a 37-5 run between the second and third quarters Friday night to dismantle the Rocky Mount Prep Lady Jaguars 72-26 in Two Rivers Conference action.
Bandy's 23 leads Cougars
PINETOPS – After not touching the court or a basketball for four days since their last game, the SouthWest Edgecombe Cougars came out like a ball of fire on the offensive end of the floor Wednesday night against Eastern Plains Conference foe the Washington Pam Pack. Second-year coach Anthony Burns didn't see all positives, but he was impressed with the 79-45 win.
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