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WOODWARD: Payne’s final stage

Jada Payne said during a recent interview that her goal when she transferred from La Salle to East Carolina after her freshman year was to leave the ECU women’s basketball program in a better position than when she first arrived in Greenville.

  • UVa. wins, avoids sweep

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Adam Haseley rapped three hits and scored a pair of runs, and Tommy Doyle stifled East Carolina to two runs in seven-plus innings as No. 4 Virginia salvaged the Sunday baseball finale in a three-game series, 4-2.

  • Bulldogs split doubleheader

    WINTERVILLE — A few mid-game miscues helped to unravel a potential sweep by the Pitt Community College baseball team in its home openers on a sunny Saturday afternoon that quickly turned dark and chilly.

  • Cavs too much for Heels

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Malcolm Brogdon scored 26 points and No. 3 Virginia used a 16-5 second-half run to break open a tie game and hold off No. 7 North Carolina 79-74 on Saturday night, the Cavaliers’ 19th consecutive home victory.

  • Pirates top Cavs again

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Red-hot East Carolina got another strong outing from Jacob Wolfe, who allowed one run over six innings, and Luke Bolka drove in a career-high four runs to help ECU beat No. 4 Virginia 6-1 on Saturday afternoon.

  • Panthers, Jaguars remain in title chase

    BETHEL — North Pitt senior Dorian Sharp wasted little time putting her mark on her first game back from suspension Saturday night, scoring the first basket of the Panthers’ game against Bunn.

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WOODWARD: Payne’s final stage

Jada Payne said during a recent interview that her goal when she transferred from La Salle to East Carolina after her freshman year was to leave the ECU women’s basketball program in a better position than when she first arrived in Greenville.

  • UVa. wins, avoids sweep

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Adam Haseley rapped three hits and scored a pair of runs, and Tommy Doyle stifled East Carolina to two runs in seven-plus innings as No. 4 Virginia salvaged the Sunday baseball finale in a three-game series, 4-2.

  • Pirates top Cavs again

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Red-hot East Carolina got another strong outing from Jacob Wolfe, who allowed one run over six innings, and Luke Bolka drove in a career-high four runs to help ECU beat No. 4 Virginia 6-1 on Saturday afternoon.

  • ECU rally falls short

    Rarely has a starting five been depended on more than during East Carolina’s basketball game against Cincinnati on Saturday.

  • Rested Bearcats visit Greenville

    East Carolina is taking on some rested teams during the late February-early March portion of its basketball schedule.

  • Outstanding opener for ECU

    East Carolina started strong, and closed even better Friday night at No. 4 Virginia, scoring once in the top of the ninth inning and three times in the 10th for an 8-5 victory in the first game of a big early-season baseball series against the defending national champion Cavaliers.

Cavs too much for Heels

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Malcolm Brogdon scored 26 points and No. 3 Virginia used a 16-5 second-half run to break open a tie game and hold off No. 7 North Carolina 79-74 on Saturday night, the Cavaliers’ 19th consecutive home victory.

  • Bulldogs split doubleheader

    WINTERVILLE — A few mid-game miscues helped to unravel a potential sweep by the Pitt Community College baseball team in its home openers on a sunny Saturday afternoon that quickly turned dark and chilly.

  • Heels in marquee matchup

    Tony Bennett got to see what a packed and raucous John Paul Jones Arena looked like not long after he took the coaching job at Virginia seven years ago, though the crowd had nothing to do with Cavaliers basketball.

  • No. 1 ’Nova falls at Xavier

    CINCINNATI — J.P. Macura got Xavier rolling with 19 points off the bench, and freshman point guard Edmond Sumner had 19 points and nine assists as fifth-ranked Xavier got the win that had eluded it, knocking off top-ranked Villanova 90-83 on Wednesday night.

  • Heels handle Wolfpack

    RALEIGH — Brice Johnson had 22 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 7 North Carolina beat North Carolina State 80-68 on Wednesday night.

  • UNC scores 96 for ACC lead

    CHAPEL HILL — Two days after a crushing loss to rival Duke, North Carolina coach Roy Williams gathered his players, showed them just two plays on film and told them to move on no matter how much it hurt.“That’s behind us now,” Williams said he told them.

Three playoff teams remain

J.H. Rose’s winning formula against South Central continued in the two rivals’ most important meeting yet.

  • Panthers, Jaguars remain in title chase

    BETHEL — North Pitt senior Dorian Sharp wasted little time putting her mark on her first game back from suspension Saturday night, scoring the first basket of the Panthers’ game against Bunn.

  • Local teams moving on

    BETHEL — Already down two starters, the North Pitt girls’ basketball team will now have to try to make it to the third round of the state playoffs without its head coach.

  • Maye leading unbeaten Jags

    Tyler Maye knew he was walking into a good situation when he came to Farmville Central.

  • Maye makes game-winning 3

    FARMVILLE — Farmville Central guard Tyler Maye has knocked down big shots all season for the Jaguars.

  • Rampants sting Falcons in OT

    WINTERVILLE — J.H. Rose’s first basket on Friday night gave the Rampants a 3-2 lead that did not last very long.

Trio seeks redemption

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — A missed tee shot by Rickie Fowler. A missed putt by Phil Mickelson. A missed opportunity for Rory McIlroy.

  • Spieth misses cut

    LOS ANGELES — Jason Kokrak sensed something special was about to happen, and he could point to his name atop the leaderboard Friday in the Northern Trust Open.

  • Warriors ready to chase history

    TORONTO — The Golden State Warriors are chasing history. Everyone else in the NBA is chasing the Warriors.

  • Lefty looks ahead

    PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — The five-foot birdie putt to force a playoff at Pebble Beach spun out of the left edge of the cup, and Phil Mickelson could not believe it.

  • Taylor ends winless drought

    PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Vaughn Taylor is headed home to the Masters with his first PGA Tour victory in more than a decade, and he said he can barely believe it.

  • Deflated Panthers look ahead

    CHARLOTTE — Dave Gettleman has been on both ends of the spectrum when it comes to the Super Bowl.

Anders: New era begins

If last Sunday was all about the ceremonial start to NASCAR season, today is all about the start of NASCAR’s “real” season.

  • SHR leaving Chevrolet

    CHARLOTTE — In a bid to strengthen its NASCAR roster, Ford pulled off a surprising coup Wednesday by snagging Stewart-Haas Racing away from Chevrolet.

  • Hamlin vaulted into spotlight

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Denny Hamlin burst onto the scene a decade ago when he showed up at Daytona International Speedway as a rookie and won the first exhibition race of Speedweeks.

  • Hamlin wins Daytona 500

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — When he was in second grade, Denny Hamlin wrote a letter to himself wishing for a Daytona 500 victory.

  • ANDERS: 'Junior' adding to family legacy

    I don’t know what I would consider the worst day of my life to be, but I figure if something stood out, I probably wouldn’t dig being asked about it on a consistent basis.

  • Gibbs looking to solve Daytona

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — It has been 23 years since Joe Gibbs celebrated a Daytona 500 victory.

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