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WILSON — The Fike High girls soccer team’s fifth game in seven days caught up with the Lady Demons on. March 13 in the second half of its true home opener against Corinth Holders. After being … more
Smithfield-Selma senior point guard Anthony Council was named to the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association All-District 5 boys second team. Council, a Fayetteville State University signee, … more
KENLY — The North Johnston High varsity baseball team got 14 strikeouts in a complete game from starting pitcher Dylan Pitts to help complete the season sweep of Princeton High, 5-0, on Friday. more
PRINCETON ­— The Neuse Charter varsity girls soccer team traveled to 1-A Carolina Conference foe Princeton on Thursday, March 14, and came out with a 3-0 win. more
PRINCETON — Competing on her home track Saturday at the NCRunners Eastern Invitational on Saturday, Princeton High senior Zoe Byrd posted top-5 finishes in three events to lead the Lady Bulldogs to … more
WILSON — With all five teams in the Johnstonian News readership area competing in the 15th annual Brittany T. Willis Memorial Scholarship Soccer Showcase this weekend, the highlight was a showdown … more
SMITHFIELD ­­— Four Johnston County graduates will be inducted into the Johnston County Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at Corinth Holders High School. The four … more
BEAUFORT — The Princeton High girls varsity basketball team ended the Johnston County winter sports season in a road loss to East Carteret High, 58-38, on Saturday afternoon in the North Carolina … more
KINSTON — The Kinston High girls varsity basketball team never trailed and cruised to a 64-33 victory over North Johnston. The No. 3-seeded Vikings (22-5) won their 17th straight contest and … more
PRINCETON — One of the best seasons in Princeton High boys basketball history came to a disappointingly early end Thursday with a 56-51 loss at home to John A. Holmes of Edenton in the second round … more
SMITHFIELD — Two softball teams on the opposite ends of the spectrum as programs met last Wednesday in the season opener as Southern Nash flexed its muscle by dealing host Smithfield-Selma a 15-1 … more
SMITHFIELD — Five runs in the third inning set up Southern Nash to win the varsity baseball season opener against Smithfield-Selma last Wednesday as the Firebirds would go on to win 9-2. The … more
Princeton boys run past Falls Lake in 1-A playoff opener PRINCETON — Princeton High got 53 points from senior Colby Sullivan, sophomores Jaheim Taylor and Tyrese Joyner to beat Falls Lake … more
As high school baseball coaches groom their fields for the start of the season this week, a handful of basketball coaches in the Johnstonian News readership area begin to sharpen their teams in hopes … more
CLAYTON — With both teams needing a win to extend the season, the Smithfield-Selma varsity boys basketball team slid by Cleveland High, 65-49 in the 3-A Greater Neuse River Conference tournament … more
ROSEWOOD — Facing its biggest rival for the third time in less than three weeks, the Princeton High varsity boys basketball team leaned on senior leaders Lamarr Wilkins and Colby Sullivan to … more
ROSEWOOD — The Princeton High varsity girls basketball team took advantage of a tired Neuse Charter School team in Friday’s 1-A Carolina Conference tournament final to take a 62-45 win at … more
PRINCETON — With the game seemingly in hand, 61-50, the Princeton High girls varsity basketball team seemed to be well on their way to clinching the 1-A Carolina Conference championship against … more
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