Five consecutive Terrapins goals erase UNC's 6-3 halftime lead
Seminoles never trail as N.C. State falls in ACC championship game
New Durham third baseman nearly hits for cycle as Bulls complete road trip with win
Duke lost its tournament lead Sunday when play was completed for the second round and during the abbreviated third round, which was stopped due to darkness. The Blue Devils trail Southern California by three shots with both teams needing anywhere from two or five holes to complete this morning.
Video highlights of Duke's Justise Winslow from the ACC Digital Network
ACC player of the year adds NCAA singles championship to resume
Here's a look at what's going on in high school sports in the area.
Carrboro’s depth proved superior as the Jaguars beat Brevard 5-2 to win its second straight NCHSAA 2-A team tennis championship at Burlington Tennis Center on Saturday.
Carrboro’s Maysa Araba set two state records and teammates Magnus Herweyer and Helen Morken also were winners for the Jaguars in the NCHSAA 2-A Track & Field Championships at Irwin Belk Track in Greensboro on Saturday.
Few teams have tormented and dominated Chapel Hill in boys' lacrosse like Cardinal Gibbons, and the Tigers suffered another demoralizing defeat at the hands of the Crusaders on Friday night in the NCHSAA 1-A/2-A/3-A playoffs.
Durham Academy will meet Charlotte Country Day for state championship on Saturday
Jaguars clash with Brevard in state final on Saturday
Northern gets first playoff win since 2002; Orange shuts out Erwin Triton
One goal is enough for Leesville road to end Jordan's girls soccer season
DA tennis headed to NCISAA 3-A semifinals
Chapel Hill advances to face Cardinal Gibbons; East Chapel Hill loses at Leesville Road
N.C State tops Virginia, heads into ACC title game on winning streak
North Carolina All-America Jamie Loeb advanced to the NCAA Singles Championship semifinal by topping defending national-champion Danielle Collins of Virginia late Saturday.
Gurbani Singh’s day began with her battling the symptoms of an oncoming cold. It finished with Singh one putt away from capping a strong second round with a birdie at the NCAA championships before the horn sounded for lightning. Despite her round being cut short, along with three other Duke golfers, the Blue Devils finished the second day at The Concession Golf Club in second place, nine strokes behind top-seed Southern California.
After being held scoreless through five innings, No. 13-ranked Florida State broke the game wide open in the bottom of the sixth on its way to a decisive 6-0 victory over ACC regular-season champion No. 3 Louisville Saturday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The win lifted the Seminoles (40-19, 20-13), the No. 4 seed entering the ACC baseball championship tournament, into a one-game title showdown with No. 6 seed N.C. State (33-20, 17-14 through Friday) Sunday, May 24 at the DBAP (1 p.m., ESPN2).
In the end, North Carolina’s final goal of the first half only served to pad a lead that rival Duke was unable to overcome. That the goal was scored by Brittney Coppa in that NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament semifinal Friday night, though, perfectly fit in the tale of how the Tar Heels have returned to the national championship game.
Durham loses all four games in a home series
Durham strands 14 runners, strikes out 17 times in 8-4, 11-inning loss to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
Tony Creecy Jr. played at Southern High School and N.C. State. He'll try to catch on in the National Football League with the New England Patriots.
Former UNC basketball player Vince Carter doesn't get off the ground like he used to, but he still has game.
Desmond Lawrence, who played football at Southern High School and at N.C. A&T State University, has a chance to catch on in the NFL with the Detroit Lions.
The Edward Jones Durham Senior Amateur Golf Championship raised money to fight Lou Gehrig's disease.
Super Seniors three-time reigning champion Larry Boswell, of Jamestown, is in jeopardy of surrendering the title.
The Duke men’s golf team capped off the NCAA Lubbock Regional with a two-over 286 to finish third and advance to the NCAA Championship tournament with an eight-under 844 here Saturday. Freshman Adam Wood and sophomore Max Greyserman paced the Blue Devils Saturday with two-under 69s at the Rawls Course (par 71, 7,349 yards).
With only the top five regional team finishers advancing to the national championship tournament on May 29, the Tar Heels were eliminated and their season ended.
Pairings for Monday's first round of the Durham Senior Am