The Yadkin Valley Conference has released the winter sports all-conference teams, and North Moore made a good showing among the five team sports that are represented.
The North Moore volleyball team earned a three-set league victory sweep at East Montgomery last Thursday, meaning the Lady Mustangs can finish no worse than sixth in the standings of their 2012 Yadkin Valley Conference regular season campaign.
It was a big night of football games last Friday in the 1-A Yadkin Valley Conference with sole possession of first place on the line in Spencer.
By winning three of four Yadkin Valley Conference matches recently, the North Moore volleyball team has battled back into contention for one of the five automatic state playoff berths the league receives at the end of the regular season.
The North Moore volleyball team is starting to reach its peak at the right time with its third Yadkin Valley Conference victory in its past four league matches.
The Sandhills Community College volleyball team picked up two wins Saturday in Johnston County.
After suffering a couple of closely contested losses to Yadkin Valley Conference foe North Rowan and cross-county rival O’Neal, the North Moore volleyball team bounced back for a 3-1 victory at South Davidson Tuesday.
Anyone that doesn’t know that the game of volleyball is a game of momentum should have been at the cross-county rivalry match with O’Neal visiting North Moore in nonconference action Monday.
The North Moore volleyball team didn’t have much of a chance to prepare for its Yadkin Valley Conference schedule with only one non-conference match scheduled to open the season.
It took an overtime period to achieve, but the O’Neal boys’ soccer team did something it hadn’t accomplished since 2007: defeat Cape Fear Academy.