Skip links

Stallions, Wolfpack open Girls Tennis playoffs with wins

Revised on: 10.25.2017 at 02:18 p.m.

Posted on: 10.20.2017 at 12:32 p.m.

Whiteville made the trip to East Duplin and surprised the higher seed by pulling off a 5-4 win. The match was tied at the three wins each after singles play. Whiteville earned wins in #1 and #2 doubles to spring the upset. Whiteville (15-4) will travel to Snow Hill Tuesday, taking on a strong Greene Central (18-1) squad.

South Columbus had no trouble with visiting Wilson Beddingfield, winning 5-0. When the clinching fifth point was earned in singles play, the remainder of the match was cancelled. South Columbus (18-1) will travel to Durham Tuesday to play NC School of Math and Science (13-0).  NCSMS is a perennial contender for honors in Girls Tennis.

East and West Columbus both lost its opening round matches in the 1A playoffs.

Reader Interactions

Community Events

october, 2018

17oct(oct 17)7:00 am03nov(nov 3)1:00 pmImportant dates for one-stop early votingLast day of early voting is Saturday - November 3, 2018 from 8:00 am-1:00 pm

19oct(oct 19)9:00 am27(oct 27)8:00 pm33rd Annual N.C. Yam Festival in Tabor City event scheduleFestival events from Friday, Oct 19 through Saturday, Oct 27

20oct5:34 pm5:34 pmN.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville presents: "Birds of the Night: Who Cooks for You?"This is a free event at the museum

25oct2:00 pmFree Small Business Seminar - Small Business Disaster Recovery & ResiliencyConnecting small business to resources

26oct6:30 pm9:00 pmMonster Dash 5KJoin us for a Community 5K!

31oct6:00 pm8:30 pmAnnual Safe Nite for KidsFree event at Boys & Girls Homes Farm

07:2418:34 EDT
Feels like: 77°F
Wind: 8mph SW
Humidity: 72%
Pressure: 29.85"Hg
UV index: 2

Download Our App


Stay Connected

RSS National News (Via BBC News)