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Jennie Cunningham finished third in the 1,600-meter run for the top performance by a Pinecrest athlete at Saturday’s NCHSAA 4-A State Track and Field Championships held at N. C. A&T.
The recent signing of four Pinecrest student-athletes to further their soccer careers at the collegiate level marked yet another momentous occasion for the Patriot boys’ soccer program.
The second annual Pinecrest Basketball Skill Development Academy for boys and girls entering grades 3 through 9 in the fall runs from June 10-13 at the high school gymnasium.
Pinecrest shook off a rocky front nine at Pinehurst No. 8 Tuesday morning and went on to win the NCHSAA state 4-A boys’ golf championship in a playoff.
New Bern defeated the Pinecrest Patriots 1-0 Wednesday in the third round of the state 4-A soccer playoffs at Woodrow Wilhoit Stadium in Cameron.
The Pinecrest Lady Patriots softball team saw its season come to an end Tuesday at Fuquay-Varina with a 9-0 loss in a second-round 4-A playoff game.
Seth Maness just keeps on rolling up wins for the St. Louis Cardinals with just a little bit of effort.
New Bern defeated the Pinecrest Patriots 1-0 Wednesday in the third round of the 4-A state soccer playoffs at Woodrow Wilhoit Stadium in Cameron.
The sun was beginning to set on a now almost empty John Williams Athletic Complex on Saturday as Jay Harris of Pinecrest and Bruce Kopka of Ashley dueled for an east regional title in the pole vault.
The records show that Michael McGowan’s senior season on the University of North Carolina’s golf team has been a successful one.
Union Pines Vikings coach John Frye, Pinecrest Patriots coach Gail Deese, and Vike No.1 player Melissa Tally discuss the October 3, 2011 cross-county tennis match. Union Pines claimed a 5-4 victory in the contest, to notch its first win over the Pinecrest girls' tennis team since 1994. That Patriots claimed each of the previous five meetings between the two squads, including a 5-4 win last season.
Pinecrest football's head coach, Chris Metzger, explains the 2011 Air Raid Classic, which took place Saturday in Southern Pines. The Patriot's advanced to the semifinal round of the 7 -on- 7 pigskin tournament. Photos by Donna Ford.
Pinecrest defeated Hoke 65-53 in the Southeastern Conference tournament semifinals Wednesday. The video is made up of highlights of the high-flying Patriots taken during the game.
A pep band kicked off Pinecrest's National Signing Day celebration Wednesday. In all, the Patriots had 12 seniors sign letters-of-intent to play college football. Before announcing each player individually, third-year head football coach Chris Metzger showed a bit of his motivational flair by giving a rousing speech in which he called Moore County one of the best communities in the country to live in and said Pinecrest is headed toward unprecedented success with its athletic program this school year. Finally, senior Blade Shoop, the only recruit to sign in-state, talks about his decision to choose Division II Fayetteville State over other suiters.
The following are highlights from Pinecrest's 69-3 win over Richmond Wednesday. One of four seniors honored prior to the match, Zane Excell led the Patriots into action. At 112 pounds, Cody Fitzgerald notched a takedown on his way to a first-period pin, before Clem McKenzie recorded a takedown at 125 pounds on his way to a major decision win. Garrett Bateman pinned his opponent at 130 pounds, and Nathan Frederique also recorded a pin at 160 pounds. Frederique's match, featured in its entirety, lasted only 20 seconds. Hawk George erased a deficit in the final minute of the 171-pound match to win 8-7, and Eric Soles-Moore recorded his first win of the season at 189 pounds, before Daniel Kieth posted a second-period pin at 215 pounds. Finally, the Senior Night festivities honored Grey Tampa, Soles-Moore, Keith and Excell and their families.