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Tarboro grad Gurley suspended indefinitely at Georgia


Oct 9, 2014

Tarboro's  Todd Gurley II (#1) celebrates a touchdown as Tarboro defeats Lincolnton 39 to 36 at the 2011 2AA State Championship game Saturday December 3, 2011 at Carter-Finley field in Raleigh, NC.

Tarboro's Todd Gurley II (#1) celebrates a touchdown as Tarboro defeats Lincolnton 39 to 36 at the 2011 2AA State Championship game Saturday December 3, 2011 at Carter-Finley field in Raleigh, NC.

University of Georgia running back Todd Gurley has been suspended indefinitely, the school said in a statement on Thursday.

Gurley, a graduate of Tarboro High School, is being investigated for alleged NCAA violations, the school said.

In the short statement posted on the school's athletic website, head coach Mark Richt said, "I'm obviously very disappointed ... The important thing for our team is to turn all our attention toward preparation for Missouri."

Gurley was a member of Tarboro's Class of 2012. In 2011, he led the Vikings to the 2-A state championship, earning North Carolina Associated Press Player of the Year honors. ESPN ranked him a four-star prospect coming out of high school.

In the state championship game, Gurley rushed for 242 yards and four touchdowns.

In Gurley's first two years as a college football player he carried the ball 387 times for 2,374 yards and 27 touchdowns. He also caught 53 passes for 558 yards and five touchdowns.

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East Wake's Wynn commits to Queens


Oct 8, 2014

East Wake's Kianna Wynn (34) takes an open shot at the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational at Cary Academy Friday morning.  The Warriors defeated the Cary Academy Chargers 69-61 and earned 7th place in the tournament (photo by Wes Hight).

East Wake's Kianna Wynn (34) takes an open shot at the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational at Cary Academy Friday morning. The Warriors defeated the Cary Academy Chargers 69-61 and earned 7th place in the tournament (photo by Wes Hight).

East Wake High School girls basketball player Kianna Wynn has verbally committed to Queens University, according to her high school coach, Toni Vick-Dupree.

"Kianna is a very talented and humble young lady," Vick-Dupree said. "She is the type of player that you know will give 100 percent every time she gets on the floor."

Wynn stands at 5-foot-9. The senior guard also plays volleyball for the Warriors.

Last season, Wynn averaged 13.5 points, 7 rebounds, and 1.1 steals per game. East Wake compiled a 20-4 overall record last season, including a 12-2 record in the Greater Neuse River 4-A Conference.

"[Wynn] is a leader by example and a very hard worker. She is not a verbal person, but the way she plays speaks for her," said Vick-Dupree. "I believe Queens University is a great fit for her. I really look forward to seeing what she can and will accomplish this season."

East Wake will participate in the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational Dec. 26-30.

 

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Southern RB Brown offered by App State


Sep 12, 2014

Jordon Brown (10) sheds a tackle. Southern Durham defeated Capitol Christian Academy (MD) 41-0 in the season opener on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. (Photo By: Nick Stevens/HighSchoolOT.com)

Jordon Brown (10) sheds a tackle. Southern Durham defeated Capitol Christian Academy (MD) 41-0 in the season opener on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. (Photo By: Nick Stevens/HighSchoolOT.com)

Southern Durham running back Jordon Brown picked up an offer from Appalachian State on Friday, according to his high school coach, Darius Robinson.

Brown stands at 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds. He can play multiple positions, including running back and wide receiver.

Other schools have already extended offers to Brown, including Boston College, East Carolina, NC State, North Carolina, and West Virginia.

Southern Durham is the defending 3-AA state champion. So far this season the Spartans have compiled a 3-0 record, including a big win over Scotland County on Thursday night.

Brown caught the game-winning touchdown pass in the state championship game last season.

 

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Middle Creek's Rubino commits to App State


Sep 6, 2014

Middle Creek's #33 Michael Rubino punts the ball as Garner defeats Middle Creek 21 to 16 Friday night August 23, 2013. (Photo by Jack Tarr)

Middle Creek's #33 Michael Rubino punts the ball as Garner defeats Middle Creek 21 to 16 Friday night August 23, 2013. (Photo by Jack Tarr)

Middle Creek High School kicker and punter Michael Rubino made his college decision on Saturday.

According to his high school, Rubino verbally committed to Appalachian State University. The Mountaineers offered a scholarship to Rubino in July. They were the first school to extend an offer to the senior.

Last season, Rubino was an all-conference kicker and punter in the Southwest Wake Athletic Conference, and he was named the league's Special Teams Player of the Year.

Rubino stands at 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds. He also plays basketball for the Mustangs.

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Garner's Hines narrows list, includes three in-state schools


Sep 3, 2014

Nyheim Miller-hines #2.  Garner travels to Middle Creek for the 2014 season opener.   Middle Creek holds on to win 28 to 21.  (Photo by:  Suzie Wolf)

Nyheim Miller-hines #2. Garner travels to Middle Creek for the 2014 season opener. Middle Creek holds on to win 28 to 21. (Photo by: Suzie Wolf)

Garner running back Nyheim Hines announced his final seven schools on Wednesday evening.

Hines announced the list, which includes three in-state schools, on his Twitter account. The tweet read, "Thank you to every school that has offered me. You all have made this journey worth while."

In-state schools Hines is still considering include Duke, NC State and Wake Forest. Other schools on his list are Florida, Georgia,Ohio State and West Virginia. Hines has no order of priority at the moment.

Hines' tweet included photo file with text which read, "Thank you to every school that has offered me, you all have made dreams come true. I still have more visits to take, but these are my top schools."

At 5-foot-9 and 187 pounds, Hines recorded a forty-yard dash time of 4.34 seconds. According to 247Sports.com, Hines is the No. 2 all-purpose back in the Class of 2015. 

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