SEVEN SPRINGS - Issues arising from COVID-19 continue to cause early-season nightmares for athletic directors, coaches and their respective teams.
Spring Creek’s road outing at Goldsboro has been moved to today.
The varsity girls tip off at approximately 5 p.m. at Norvell T. Lee Gym. The varsity boys immediately follow.
KINSTON - Aleesha Boyette knocked down 14 points and dished out five assists as Southern Wayne stumbled, 45-42, against annual 2A powerhouse Kinston on Tuesday evening.
Ty’Lisha Maye posted a double-double - 10 points, 10 rebounds.
Jamaiya Bass and Katie Toler provided seven and six points, respectively, as the Saints fell to 0-2 overall.
On the boys’ side, the Vikings rolled 72-36 despite not having NC State commit Dontrez Styles on the floor.
Chris Carmon dropped in 10 points for SW.
PRINCETON - Reigning Carolina 1A champ Princeton built an 18-point advantage after one quarter and handed North Duplin and 87-31 loss.
DuJuan Armwood emerged as the lone Rebel in double figures with 10 points. Cole Beavers tallied eight points, followed by Caden Dail with seven.
ND fell to 0-4 overall.
Reese Outlaw and Ivey Cashwell provided four points apiece as the Rebels (0-2 overall) endured a 57-17 setback to the Bulldogs.
Hannah Martin provided three points. Meghan Martin (2), Samantha Beavers (2) and Starr Jaco (2) also scratched in the scoring column.