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Sasscer resigns from Cary baseball

Cary baseball is facing yet another coaching change.

First-year coach Michael Sasscer has resigned from his post as Cary High’s varsity baseball coach. Cary athletics director Mike Dunphy said Sasscer quit mid-season for “personal reasons.”

NCHSAA East boys basketball second round

The second round of the N.C. High School Athletic Association boys basketball tournament will be played on Wednesday night.

2011 Tri-Nine All-Conference boys and girls basketball

The Tri-Nine Conference announced its all-conference awards for boys and girls basketball after completion of its conference championship games Friday. Here they are below:

4-A East swim results

Here are the results from last weekend's 4-A East swimming & diving meet.

NCHSAA dual-team wrestling playoffs

Today starts the wrestling dual-team playoffs. Teams meet in four-team pods today, with the advancing team moving on to Thursday for another four-team pod. The state championships will be held at school sites on Saturday.

Breaking down the Cary streaks

Three streaks fell Wednesday night when Panther Creek defeated Cary 31-25 in wrestling. And there’s plenty of praise to be given to Panther Creek for ending what hundreds of teams and thousands upon thousands of wrestlers haven’t been able to do since the Reagan administration: beat Cary High.

But credit the Cary program. These mind-boggling marks stood the test of time thanks to the hard work of hundred of individuals and supporters down through the years.

Cary has five to sign

Cary will have at least five of its student-athletes signing today, including two-time state champion wrestler Ben Creed and conference champion swimmer Victoria Mitchell.

Shannonhouse, Mendenhall enter hall

Carolyn Shannonhouse and Guy Mendenhall selected to N.C. Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame.

Statewide wrestling rankings

New statewide wrestling rankings came out on Wednesday on Cary, Union Pines and Orange are the only three teams that cracked the top five for teams.

A number of area individuals are ranked #1 individually across the state.

N&O boys basketball rankings

Garner takes the top spot in The News & Observer high school boys basketball rankings. The Trojans have  victories over two teams, Enloe and Clayton, who are ranked in the N&O's top dozen.

Garner is at home tonight against Smithfield-Selma.

Ravenscroft, 11-2 and the winner of its division in the GlaxoSmithKline Invitational last week, holds the No. 2 spot ahead of Middle Creek, which lost to the Ravens in the GSK.

Raleigh Word of God is No. 4 while the Cap Eight's Broughton and Wakefield are Nos. 5 and 6.

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