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Briefs of sports stories in Sunday

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Briefs sports Stories Sunday

GREENSBORO — The West Carteret football team ended its season on the road Friday in the first round of the state playoffs, losing to Southern Guilford 37-0.

The No. 3-seeded Storm (10-2) scored 13 in the second quarter, 10 in the third and 14 in the fourth quarter to move on the to the second round, where they will face No. 7 South Johnston (6-6). 

The Patriots were seeded No. 6 in the east bracket after finishing 3-2 in the 3A Coastal Conference. Their loss to Southern Guilford was the first time they have been shut out this season.


MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret County Sports Hall of Fame inducted its second class Thursday night at The History Place, and with the résumés of the five members, it will be difficult for any subsequent class to match the achievements of this one.

The 2016 group includes the 1959-1962 Beaufort High School Seadogs basketball teams, Jimmy Fodrie, Norman Clark, Ben Wade and Sonny Hyman. Fodrie, Wade and Hyman were posthumously honored.

The Carteret County Sports Hall of Fame was a byproduct of the “Hometown Teams” exhibit last summer at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center that was made possible by the N.C. Humanities Council as part of the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street program.


NEW BERN — The Croatan boys and girls swim teams each exited with a victory on Wednesday in a six-team meet at the Twin Rivers YMCA Pool in New Bern. 

The boys squad won its meet by 88 points, posting a team score of 486 to beat out Swansboro (398), New Bern (369), Havelock (235), West Carteret (169) and Richlands (88). 

The girls squad won its event with a score of 461, beating West Carteret (430), New Bern (324), Swansboro (310), Havelock (206) and Richlands (137). 


NEW BERN — The West Carteret swim team competed in a six-team meet on Wednesday at the Twin Rivers YMCA Pool in New Bern.

The Patriot girls team placed second in its meet with a score of 430, falling just behind Croatan (461) while still beating New Bern (324), Swansboro (310), Havelock (206) and Richlands (137). 

In the boys meet, West placed fifth with a score of 169, beating only Richlands (88). Croatan won with a score of 486, followed by Swansboro (398), New Bern (369) and Havelock (235). 


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