Category: Triangle sports

Wake Forest wins ACC Women’s Soccer Championship

Posted on 11/08/10 No Comments

Amy’s alma mater, Wake Forest, won its first ACC Women’s Soccer Championship last weekend.

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ACC Women’s Soccer Championship kicks off in Cary

Posted on 11/02/10 No Comments

Local favorite and perennial powerhouse UNC holds the top seed.

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Girl kicks for Davis Drive Middle School football team

Posted on 10/27/10 No Comments

Looking for a sports story with less drama than a Brett Farve text message? Well, we have a cool one for you.

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Carolina RailHawks to play for USSF D-2 League Championship

Posted on 10/18/10 No Comments

The RailHawks travel to Puerto Rico for the first of two games this Sunday, 10/24. Then next Saturday, on 10/30 at 7:00 p.m., the teams will meet again at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary.

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Carolina Hurricanes open season in Finland tonight. Return home October 27.

Posted on 10/07/10 No Comments

The Carolina Hurricanes are opening the season tonight against Minnesota in Finland, which should feel like a home game to the Wild, given the weather patterns of where they call home.

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Railhawks can clinch NASL Conference’s top seed with a home win on Friday

Posted on 09/29/10 No Comments

Ultimately, like most things, what’s important is just showing up. Come out to support the Railhawks this Friday, the weather looks great, the beer will be cold and the fans are typically pretty rowdy.

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Celebrate the opening of Hillsborough Street this weekend

Posted on 09/23/10 No Comments

The renovation of Hillsborough Street has been completed and is ready to celebrate it’s opening this weekend.

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The Carolina Hurricanes are underway with pre-season.

Posted on 09/23/10 No Comments

The Hurricanes have a history of late-season runs and astounding last minute comebacks that can make even non-fans jump out of their chairs.

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Fall is a Great Time of Year for Sports in the Triangle. Sort of.

Posted on 09/13/10 No Comments

The neighborhood pools are closing, new backpacks and enthusiasm are in style at the corner bus stops and there is even a hint of burnt orange smoldering in the trees that line the street medians.

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