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MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Marlins improved to 14-7 overall Monday with a 4-2 win over the Edenton Steamers on Monday.

With the win, Morehead City is tied with the Gastonia Grizzlies (14-7) for the second-best overall record in the wood-bat collegiate league. The Fish lead the East Division by three games, trailed by the Fayetteville SwampDogs (11-10), Holly Springs Salamanders (9-11) and Wilmington Sharks (7-15).

The Marlins faced the Sharks in Wilmington on Saturday for a doubleheader. They won the first contest 14-2 and the second 3-1.


GREENSBORO — Elliott Kleckner proved that he’s one of the best freshman distance runners in the country at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals.

The Croatan standout took ninth in the freshman 2-mile and 18th in the freshman 1-mile at N.C. A&T State University’s Irwin Belk Track on June 13-14.


MOREHEAD CITY — The county’s latest upswing in softball talent will be on full display this summer as the first-ever American Legion Post 46 senior softball team takes to the diamond armed with players from four schools.

Players from West Carteret, East Carteret, Croatan and Havelock are coming under a single banner this summer to take part in the inaugural Senior Legion season with West head coach John Barnes at the helm.

“It’s a great opportunity to pull talent from the entire county and put together a really strong team,” Barnes said. “It’s also a great chance for the girls to play Legion ball. The boys have been playing it for 30 years.”


ATLANTIC BEACH — The Beach Run of the Carteret County Parks and Recreation Department 2019 series saw 83 participants show up for its fourth set of races, which was a fantastic number considering the brutal conditions.

Steady south-southwest winds over 30 mph came onshore, quickly pushing the tide up, leaving runners to face either a small patch of hard-packed sand with salt off the ocean blowing in their faces or the softer sand up the beach that presented sand blowing at them.

Fast approaching thunderstorms had organizers call off the 10K portion.


PELETIER — Brandon Clements picked up his first Limited Late Model win of the season at Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway on Saturday night.

Clements started the race in the fourth position and took the lead from Chris Burns on the third lap of the race.  A competition caution with 25 laps to go tightened the field up, allowing T.J. Barron an opportunity.  However, on the ensuing restart, Clements rocketed away from the field and never looked back as he scored the victory, ending a winless streak that dated back to Oct. 27, 2018.


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Cooper Webb rode mostly alone in the fifth round of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, and now he’s mostly alone in the season standings.

The county native took fourth in the first moto, three seconds behind Jason Anderson and 36 seconds ahead of Zach Osborne. In moto two, he placed fifth, 13 seconds back of Anderson and a comfortable eight seconds ahead of Justin Barcia.

Webb’s 4-5 day was good for fifth overall. He is alone in sixth place in the standings, 16 points behind Osborne and Anderson and 37 points ahead of Barcia.


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