Month: November 2014

Clemson Tigers claim 2014 ACC men’s soccer title

Clemson played nearly 325 minutes in the 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Championship and didn’t hold a lead – until it counted the most. Ara Amirkhanian’s goal off a corner kick midway through the second overtime period lifted the Tigers to a 2-1 win over sixth-seeded Louisville in Sunday’s title match, capping an improbable, storybook afternoon for the fourth-seeded Tigers.

Semifinals Set for 2014 ACC Men’s Soccer Championship

The field is set for the semifinals of the 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Championship, with the quarterfinals taking place Sunday afternoon. Sunday’s action at the campus sites of the higher seeded teams saw No. 1 Notre Dame defeat No. 8 Virginia, 3-0, No. 2 Syracuse downing No. 7 Duke, 2-0, No. 6 Louisville edging No. 3 North Carolina, 1-0, and No. 4 Clemson drawing with No. 5 Wake Forest, 1-1, with the Tigers advancing 3-2 in penalty kicks.

NCHSAA football playoff pairings

#10 Pittsboro Northwood (9-2) will play at #7 Northern Guilford (10-1) Friday evening in the 3AA East football playoff pairings. First-round pairings for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association football playoffs

Latest O’Keefe video validates “Phantom Voter” menace

Investigative journalist and agent provocateur, James O’Keefe, of Project Vertias, today, released video evidence of how one person can easily steal “a busload of votes” during the early voting period of an election as he successfully demonstrated how any criminal-minded voters could steal elections in states lacking effective voter ID laws.

Veritas Report Video

Six charged in federal drug case

Five men from Siler City and one from Mebane face federal charges of distributing cocaine and methamphetamine over a five-year period. The six were indicted by a federal grand jury after their arrests Oct. 10 by a task force of federal and state agents, sheriff’s deputies and local police. Authorities seized 6 kilograms of cocaine – about 13.2 pounds – and more than $100,000 in cash when they made the arrests.