Softball Rewind | Northside-Pinetown at Camden | NCHSAA State Playoffs, Fourth Round

CAMDEN — Camden’s Cailey Byrum crushed a walk-off three-run home run to right field in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Lady Bruins to a 6-3 victory against Northside-Pinetown in the fourth round of the 1A state playoffs at Camden’s softball complex on Friday.


Basketball Rewind | Albemarle Athletic Conference | Boys and Girls Semifinals at Perquimans

HERTFORD — Perquimans hosted the 2018 Albemarle Athletic Conference boys and girls basketball tournament semifinals on Wednesday and Thursday.

The No. 5 seed Perquimans girls defeated No. 1 seed Plymouth 45-44 on Wednesday evening.

The Lady Pirates advanced to the girls championship game against Gates.


Top seed John A. Holmes defeated No. 4 seed Camden 33-25 in a boys basketball semifinal game on Wednesday night.

Edenton advanced to the championship game to face Gates.

Wrestling Rewind | Northeastern Coastal Conference individual tournament at Currituck | Video

BARCO — Currituck hosted the Northeastern Coastal Conference individual wrestling championship tournament on Jan. 27.

Below are the times for the individual finals:

106 pounds – 0:06
113 pounds – 0:36
120 pounds – 0:56
126 pounds – 1:48
132 pounds – 2:19
138 pounds – 2:38
145 pounds – 3:14
152 pounds – 3:48
160 pounds – 4:32
170 pounds – 5:03
182 pounds – 5:35
195 pounds – 6:03
220 pounds – 6:51
285 pounds – 7:16

Boys Basketball Rewind | Border Clash Invitational

ELIZABETH CITY — Game highlights between Currituck and Greenbrier Christian Academy, Perquimans and Woodrow Wilson, Camden and Great Bridge and John A. Holmes and Princess Anne on Monday.

Pasquotank also faced Deep Creek and Northeastern took on Western Branch in the late games.


Currituck vs. Greenbrier Christian Academy

Woodrow Wilson vs. Perquimans


Great Bridge vs. Camden

Princess Anne vs. John A. Holmes


High School Wrestling | River City Invitational at Northeastern

Northeastern High School hosted the River City Invitational in Elizabeth City on Saturday.
A majority of the 16 schools competing were either from northeast North Carolina or the Hampton Roads region of Virginia at the one-day tournament.