2011-05-12

N.C. State 2010 Graduates

The following people graduated from NC State in the fall of 2010.

(The names with an * beside them graduated in the Summer)

 

EDGECOMBE

BACHELOR’S: Sarah E Batts – History, Robert Glenn Caudle – Civil Engineering, Jessica …

‘Music Man’ auditions May 24-26


Auditions for this summer’s production of “The Music Man” are May 24-25 from 6-8 p.m. for students in grades K-5 and 7 to 9 p.m. for older students and adults. Call backs are May 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. Auditions will be at the Wilson …

Visit antiques show


Lovers of all things old will be in for a treat this weekend. As part of Theater of the American South, an antiques show will be in town Friday through Sunday at the Recreation Center on Sunset Road.

More than 20 dealers from across the …

Author Steve Berry signs books at Barton Wednesday

Promoting latest in Cotton Malone thrillers

Bestselling author Steve Berry kicks off his national tour with a stop at Barton College’s Hackney Library Wednesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Berry is promoting, “The Jefferson Key” — the latest novel in his series of thrillers …

Southern Nash High honors lists

These Southern Nash High School students have all A’s on their report card for this fifth grading period.

 

Justin Alford, Rebecca Anderson, Elizabeth Antunez, Amy Arnold, Hailey Askew, Chelsea Bailey, Olivia Bass, Michaela Bauer, …

Organists give benefit concert


Casey Whaley and Tim Price will present an evening of classical organ repertoire and lighter sacred piano works Friday at 7 p.m. at First Christian Church, 207 Tarboro St.

Both Casey and Price have been accepted on a European Organ Study that …

Bruins advance into EPC final

Beddingfield beats Farmville Central 8-2 in semifinals

Sloppy play in Wednesday night’s 2-A Eastern Plains Conference softball tournament semifinal on the Beddingfield High diamond nearly turned contagious.

Beddingfield benefited from four unearned runs in the first two innings, then …

Barton trio earns Athlete-of-the-Year recognition


Championship success exuded from the three individuals who earned Kiwanis Athlete of the Year honors Wednesday at Barton College’s Athletic Awards Recognition Picnic.

While the exploits of senior women’s basketball player Jamila …

Parham to be inducted into NC Sports Hall of Fame tonight


RALEIGH — By his admission, Tom Parham was never a great athlete, but he didn’t need to be in order to be a great coach.

Parham’s legendary career as a collegiate tennis coach, first at his alma mater Atlantic Christian (now …

Knights complete unbeaten CPIC season

Area roundup

GOLDSBORO — The Greenfield School girls soccer team completed an undefeated Coastal Plains Independents Conference campaign on Wednesday with a 7-2 victory at Wayne Country Day.

It marked the 16th time in 21 years that Greenfield, which …

Hunt moves into Big East championship

NASHVILLE — The Hunt High softball team, queens of the 3-A Big East Conference regular season, marched an assembly line of hitters to the plate in the first inning Tuesday as the Lady Warriors batted around en route to an 8-0 win over Southern …

Smith headlines CCS soccer first-team picks


After capturing back-to-back 1-A Carolina Christian Conference regular-season championships — plus the 2011 tournament title — the Community Christian girls soccer team reaped the spoils of their campaign as five players were named to …

Wilson Christian garners postseason superlatives


Fresh off a 2011 spring sports season that saw three teams advance to their respective state championship games — inculding a triumph by the softball team — the Wilson Christian baseball, softball and soccer teams placed a combined eight …

Middle school roundup

Elm City defeats Speight

The Speight baseball team concluded its season with a 12-5 loss to Elm City on Tuesday.

Javius Nixon led the Cougars offense, going 3-for-4 with a home run. Mark Dunn was 2-for-4, while Cameron Hedgepeth was 1-for-4. …

Correction

In Wednesday’s issue of The Wilson Times, the second to last paragraph of “Hunt advances past Havelock,” it was stated that Madden and Bates combined for seven saves in goal. It was Madden and Jessica Betts that totaled seven …

Barons take series lead on Mudcats


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The homestanding Birmingham Barons jumped out a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning and made the advantage hold up throughout in a 5-2 victory over the Carolina Mudcats in Double-A Southern League action Wednesday …

Memories of 1st fish never fade


National Fishing and Boating Week is June 4-12 and that sounds like a good excuse to hit the water.

So I have been thinking, what could I do to make this really special? Time to build some memories.

I remember as a kid, I had a fishing pole …

Military museum robbed

Armor, guns, memorabilia, Mercedes stolen

KENLY — A non-profit military museum was robbed of thousands of dollars of memorabilia, tools and a Mercedes-Benz Tuesday afternoon.

The Carolina Military Vehicle Preservation Association or CMVPA, owns a clubhouse and museum located at …