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Camels fall 2-1 to Davidson in soccer opener - Sanford Herald
DAVIDSON - Sophomore Bradley Farias gave Campbell a 1-0 advantage at the end of the first half, but two goals from Davidson in the second frame gave the Wildcats a 2-1 win at Alumni Stadium on Friday evening in the season opener for both sides.
Cavaliers get past Thomasville, turnovers for 2-0 start - Sanford Herald
THOMASVILLE - An ugly win always beats an ugly loss, or any kind of loss. So the main idea for Southern Lee’s football squad was it left Thomasville’s Cushwa Stadium, even with four turnovers and trouble moving the ball most of the game, with a 22-18 ...
The Bible speaks: Godly men needed to pray - Sanford Herald
“But know that the Lord has set apart the godly man for Himself; the Lord hears when I call to Him.” Psalm 4:3 I learned in seminary that there are four great doctrinal paradoxes in the Christian faith: the Trinity; (God is three persons yet one God ...
The Paper Pulpit: Patience: A fruit of the Holy Spirit - Sanford Herald
"Lord, give me patience ... and I need it now ... if not sooner!” Have you ever prayed that prayer — or needed to? Patience — like love, joy, peace, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control — is a fruit of the Holy Spirit.
Ashton Eaton breaks world record as he wins decathlon gold - Sanford Herald
BEIJING (AP) — This was going to hurt. No way around it for Ashton Eaton. To get where the American decathlete wanted to go, he had to endure just a little more pain, dig just a little deeper. So Eaton gritted his teeth and charged ahead, grimacing as he ...
Jaguars pounce on county rival - Sanford Herald
ERWIN - Overhills wide receiver Anthony Faraimo dropped a pass in the end zone Friday night at Triton. He didn’t let it get him down. Instead he vowed he was going to make it up. He made it up over and over and over again with six catches, 151 yards and ...
Area scores: Patriots shut down Riverside, 44-0 - Sanford Herald
The Patriots (2-0) rolled to their second straight blowout win starting the season against visiting Riverside (1-1) Friday in Southern Pines. While the Patriot defense held the Pirates to 27 total yards of offense for the game, Pinecrest rushed for 241 ...
Minter runs Yellow Jackets to 2-0 - Sanford Herald
GREENSBORO - Lee County had easily defeated Ben L. Smith each of the last two football seasons. Friday night’s game at Ben L. Smith was a contest for a change. Led by sophomore Jucobie Minter’s two touchdown runs, Lee County (2-0) turned a halftime ...
Watson takes 1-shot lead at Barclays as Spieth misses cut - Sanford Herald
EDISON, N.J. (AP) — Jordan Spieth lost out on a chance to play the weekend at The Barclays. He also lost his No. 1 ranking. Bubba Watson, momentarily distracted by a rare warning for taking too long to play a shot, recovered with a birdie on the 18th ...
Brady throws 2 INTs, 1 TD, Patriots beat Panthers 17-16 - Sanford Herald
CHARLOTTE (AP) — At least for one series Tom Brady looked like Tom Brady again. The four-time Super Bowl champion overcame two early interceptions to lead his first touchdown drive of the preseason as the New England Patriots beat the Carolina Panthers ...
MLB: Inside-the-park HR gives Red Sox win - Sanford Herald
NEW YORK (AP) — Blake Swihart hit an inside-the-park home run in the 10th inning and the Boston Red Sox stopped the New York Mets' seven-game winning streak, holding on for a 6-4 victory Friday night. The Red Sox, visiting the Mets for the first time ...
Keeping sanctuaries safe - Sanford Herald
SANFORD — An active shooter inside a place of worship may be improbable, but the speaker at the Lee County Sheriff Office’s church security seminar Thursday night reiterated the need for congregations to be prepared for anything. A crowd of more than ...
Letter: Marshall Downey and the Joint Planning Commission deserve support - Sanford Herald
The N.C. Mining and Energy Commission (MEC), chaired by our own Jim Womack, distinguished itself in three ways: 1. Writing a set of rules ostensibly regulating fracking that openly pandered to the oil and gas exploration companies; 2. Effectively ...
Letter: Why build a VA Outpatient center in Sanford? - Sanford Herald
As a veteran myself, I am not in favor of building a Veteran Association center in Sanford and for that matter anywhere else. Over the last two years, the VA had scheduled two appointments for me. Arriving on time at Fayetteville I was told that they had ...
Panthers could create more home turf - Sanford Herald
Dear Jerry Richardson, owner of the Carolina Panthers, As you know, people in North Carolina love the Panthers. People in South Carolina love the Panthers, too. But for most of us a chance to see our beloved Panthers live at Bank of America Stadium in ...