FAIRMONT — The Fairmont football team used its second 60-point week in a row to stay unbeaten in conference play as the Tornadoes blew away Red Springs on Friday night 61-30.
LUMBERTON — After losing in the first week of conference play, the Lumberton and Hoke football teams both were looking for a win to keep in contention for conference play.
PEMBROKE — Richmond Senior was a perfect five for five in the first half.
ST. PAULS — The night started off well for the South Robeson football team.
GREENVILLE — Three days before East Carolina University's football team would defeat Southern Methodist University, head coach Ruffin McNeill sat in the team's meeting room adjacent to Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, speaking to a...
LUMBERTON — The South Robeson boys cross country team doesn't have strength in numbers.
Three Rivers Conference Championship meetGirlsTeam scores: 1. Whiteville 15; 2. Red Springs 41. No score: Fairmont, St. Pauls.All-Conference finishers:
Tonight's RobCo football gamesRed Springs at FairmontHoke at LumbertonRichmond at Purnell SwettSouth Robeson at St. PaulsFollow along on Twitter using the #ROBCOFB hashtag
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Two days after winning her second career tournament championship, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke sophomore Ashlii Thompson was named the Peach Belt Conference Golfer of the Week on Thursday.
FAIRMONT — Two local volleyball teams will continue their seasons in the NCHSAA state volleyball tournaments.
LAKE WACCAMAW — The St. Pauls soccer team allowed a goal in the second overtime of a 4-3 conference loss to East Columbus.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Lumberton soccer team closed out its regular season schedule on Thursday with a 3-1 win against Village Christian Academy.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. – Ashlii Thompson's first-round 72 was enough to claim individual medalist honors and help The University of North Carolina at Pembroke womens golf team won its second team tournament title of the season with the...
CERRO GORDO — After four sets of volleyball between Fairmont and South Columbus, no one in the West Columbus gymnasium was ready to leave. Not even the fans of Whiteville and East Columbus, who had played earlier in the night.
PEMBROKE — The Lumberton soccer team had to scramble in the late minutes of their rivalry game with Purnell Swett on Wednesday night, but came away with a 5-4 victory.
RAEFORD — As Austin Maidene entered the summer prior to his senior cross country season, the Lumberton runner had bigger goals than in years past.
SOUTHERN PINES — After two and a half sets of dominant play, the Pinecrest volleyball team was all smiles.
PEMBROKE — Using a .201 hitting percentage and forcing visiting Columbus State to commit 34 attack errors, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke volleyball team clinched a 3-2 upset win on Saturday afternoon inside the English E. Jones...
LUMBERTON — After two intense matches earlier in the season, the Lumberton and Purnell Swett volleyball teams again kept it close in their third and final match of the season.
NAPA, Calif. — Fairmont native William McGirt's start to the FedEx Cup season ended early on Sunday when he was forced to withdraw from the Frys.com Open because of a bad back.
CONCORD — It was fight night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Kevin Harvick advanced into the third round of the championship and two drivers had to be restrained from brawling with Brad Keselowski.
CINCINNATI — Cam Newton re-emerged as dual-threat danger. Andy Dalton missed on only one pass in overtime — a sack-saving throwaway, no less. Back and forth they went, rallying their teams through a pulsating finish.
ST. LOUIS — Kolten Wong ended Game 2 of the NL Championship Series with a big swing for the St. Louis Cardinals.Now, they can only hope the season isn't over for Yadier Molina.
PEMBROKE — For three quarters, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke football team seemed poised to pull off the upset and beat No. 5 North Alabama in Pembroke on Saturday.
PEMBROKE — Three years ago, Joseph Velasquez didn't consider himself a soccer player and there was a reason for that.