Stories for February 4, 2013
The Moore County School Board met Monday with Superintendent Aaron Spence and others to discuss development of the 2013-2014 budget.
The ninth annual Sandhills Camellia Show, sponsored by the Sandhills Camellia Society, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 16, in the Pinehurst Village Hall, 395 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst.
One of the things Chris Metzger feels is unique about the Little Patriots Speed and Agility Clinics that begin Feb.11 at Pinecrest High School is its applicability to all sports.
The heavily favored Pinecrest boys allowed Lumberton to hover dangerously close until early in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s basketball game. Then the Patriots lowered the boom.
Carthage Man faces felony drugs charges
Never before has one athlete lied and cheated so often for so long to the great disappointment of so many millions of people who wanted so much to believe in him.
The Union Pines Lady Vikings got strong bench support from Rachel Breasseale and Samantha Ring Friday in Hope Mills en route to a 48-29 league hoops win against Gray’s Creek.
The odds were solidly stacked against a Central Carolina Community College basketball team that brought six players to Thursday’s game against the No. 6 ranked Sandhills Flyers.
The Pinecrest junior varsity boys’ basketball team bounced back from a home loss against Richmond on Monday with a 66-63 comeback win at Hoke County on Tuesday.
The Union Pines Vikings gave up a combined 54 points in the first and fourth quarters Friday in an 82-62 league loss to Gray’s Creek in Hope Mills.
If the Pinecrest girls could win fourth quarters against Lumberton, they would be riding high in the Southeastern Conference right now.
The Pinecrest boys freshmen basketball team (5-4) avenged an earlier loss by defeating Purnell Swett 51-43 at home on Thursday.
OK, since no other golf writer has dared broach the subject, I will.
This is one in a series of articles profiling Women in Golf in the Sandhills.
Three previous winners and three first-timers will be honored as Richard S. Tufts Players of the Year by the Carolinas Golf Association at the organization’s annual Golf Night, Feb. 9, in ceremonies at the Country Club of North Carolina.
Dueling Divots, a lively “discussion” on relevant happenings in the game of golf, begins today in The Pilot’s golf pages.
The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 30 in a “guilt free” event.
“Dear Abby,” “Dear Amy,” “Dear Dr. Phil” — everyone knows the self-help guys.
Shepherd-husky mix lost near Vass