PINEHURST — During parts of the final day of the NCHSAA 4A Golf Championship on Tuesday, Purnell Swett junior Meredith Godwin had to grind it out.
FORT BRAGG — The University of North Carolina at Pembroke mens basketball team got a team-best 16 points from sophomore Keysheen Hinton but it was not enough as the Braves dropped their exhibition opener to Fort Bragg's All-Army Team on...
CARROLLTON, Ga. — J.C. McFadyen and Jake Britt each turned in a 2-under-par 69 as the UNCP mens golf team matched its fifth-lowest round in school history on Tuesday as the Braves finished in a tie for second at the Matt Dyas...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Despite pitching a 2-0 shutout of visiting Young Harris on Saturday, the UNCP womens soccer team held steady at No. 9 in the latest edition of the NCAA Southeast Region rankings by the National Soccer Coaches Association of...
DURHAM — After quarterback Anthony Boone found out No. 24 Duke was back in the national rankings, he called a players-only meeting.The message was simple: Don't let it be a distraction.
LUMBERTON — The Lumberton soccer team received home game for the NCHSAA 4A state tournament, but just barely.
PINEHURST — Despite posting three double bogeys, Purnell Swett golfer Meredith Godwin shot an 81 on Monday at Pinehurst No. 1 to put herself in a tie for 23rd after the first day of the NCHSAA 4A State Championship.
SAN FRANCISCO — James Shields became “Tough Luck James” in Game 5 of the World Series.
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — Fairmont native William McGirt made two late bogeys, but still managed a tie for 32nd place in the PGA Tour's The McGladrey Classic and climbed into the top 50 on the all-important FedEx Cup list.
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. (AP) — Two items on Robert Streb's bucket list are attending an Oklahoma-Texas football game and playing at Augusta National.
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. recognized the emotional impact his win at Martinsville Speedway had on Rick Hendrick when he met his boss in Victory Lane.
REAFORD — The return of the Highlander Cup started out well for the Robeson County team after Nick Dial and Joseph Martin, the county's opening group, beat J. Lee McLaurlin and Jeff Brown 7-and-6.
PEMBROKE — The University of North Carolina at Pembroke football team has had its struggles this season but in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 13-6 loss to Newberry, the Braves seemed poised to break through.
County tennis tournament approaching
Southeastern ConferenceStandingsScotland 3-0, 8-1Richmond 3-0, 9-0Pinecrest 2-1, 8-1Hoke 1-2, 4-5Purnell Swett 0-3, 3-6
ST. PAULS — The Bulldogs had too much bite for South Columbus on Friday night winning 42-29 for their third victory in a row.
LAKE WACCAMAW — After three straight losses, the Red Springs football team was in need of a win.
WHITEVILLE — For two weeks in a row, the Fairmont football team put up historic numbers with wins where the Golden Tornadoes scored at least 60 points.
PEMBROKE — The Purnell Swett football team saw some bright points in it's performance Friday night, but those weren't enough to overcome the mistakes the offense made.
LUMBERTON — The first 12 minutes was like a video game as both teams combined to score 63 points.Things slowed a little bit in the second quarter as Lumberton and Richmond Senior only scored 21 points.
PEMBROKE — The winter sports season officially kicked off for the University of North Carolina at Pembroke on Thursday night at the Jones Center as the mens and womens basketball teams and the wrestling team went through their paces in front of...
Tonight's gamesFairmont at WhitevilleRichmond at LumbertonPinecrest at ScotlandRed Springs at East ColumbusWest Columbus at South Robeson
LUMBERTON — On Saturday morning, the best amateur golfers from Robeson and Cumberland counties will revive a longstanding tradition when they meet at the Bayonet Golf Course at Puppy Creek in Raeford, pitting the two in the first Highlander Cup...
PEMBROKE — The UNCP volleyball team rallied back from an opening-set loss by capturing three of the final four sets as the Braves overcame 35 attack errors to top Mount Olive 22-25, 26-24, 25-17, 25-27, 15-12.
ST. PAULS — The St. Pauls soccer team went through all the senior night traditions on Wednesday, giving the seven oldest players the spotlight in their final home match.