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Sunday, September 12, 2010

If a soccer game falls scoreless, does it make a sound? Carolina RailHawks draw 0-0 with Portland Timbers.

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Carolina RailHawksCarolina's Floyd Franks and Portland's Takayuki Suzuki discuss issues of the day - Elvis v. The Beatles; Betty v. Veronica; Tastes Great v. Less Filling, etc.WAKEMED SOCCER PARK / CARY - When the Portland Timbers travelled to North Carolina for Friday’s match with the Carolina RailHawks, they brought with them not only typical Pacific Northwest rainy weather but also the stout, study defense that has been the team’s calling card this season and throughout their history against the RailHawks. The 0-0 draw between Carolina (10-8-8, 38 pts.) and Portland (11-7-9, 42 pts.) at drizzly WakeMed Soccer Park is, frankly,...

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Durham Bulls rout Louisville Bats, force decisive Game Five of playoff series: Two grand

Posted By on Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 6:00 AM

photo courtesy of Durham BullsChris Richard's grand slam led Durham to victoryDBAP/ DURHAM—I think I mentioned the Chris Richard-Ben Jukich connection a sufficient number of times over the last couple of seasons to summon, finally, the event that highlighted last night's 8-1 Bulls win over Louisville. In May of 2009, Richard tied a rare record, hitting two grand slams in a single game. The second of these broke a 9-9 tie in the 11th inning and gave the Bulls a wild comeback win that saw them rally from five runs down in the eighth inning, eventually tying the game in...

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Opportunistic Wolfpack improves to 2-0 for first time in O'Brien era

Posted By on Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 1:27 AM

Terrell Manning recovered at his own 10-yard line with exactly a minute left, foiling Central Florida’s comeback attempt and givinng N.C. State a 28-21 victory on Saturday night in Orlando. Photo courtesy NCSU athleticsN.C. State cornerback C.J. WilsonThe Wolfpack forced five turnovers, one of them a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown from C.J. Wilson, to improve to 2-0 for the first time in Tom O’Brien’s four seasons at the helm. State led 21-0 and then 28-7 before the Knights — who had spoiled O’Brien’s Wolfpack debut in Raleigh three years ago — came back and threatened to tie or...

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