Bullets advance in state playoffs|Pam Pack, Tigers get postponed

Published 5:42 pm Wednesday, May 19, 2010

By Staff
Staff Reports
The Jamesville Bullets made quick work of Kipp Pride, storming to a 10-0 win in Tuesday’s first round of the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 1-A state playoffs.
Jamesville (18-1), the Tideland Conference champions, will find out their second-round opponent tonight. The Bullets will face the winner between Williamston and Dixon in Friday’s second-round game.
Williamston (14-7), the second seed out of the Four Rivers Conference, and Dixon (13-10), the third seed from the Coastal Plains Conference, saw their game get postponed on Tuesday. The two teams will play at 6 p.m. today in Williamston.
The Northside Panthers saw their season come to a close. Northside fell 6-0 to Pamlico (14-6).
The Panthers, the Four Rivers No. 3 seed, finished with a 12-10 record.
Southside (17-4) captured a 15-2 win over North Edgecombe (see related story above). The Seahawks will face either Bear Grass (13-8), the Tideland No. 2 seed, or Camden (10-7), the Four Rivers No. 4 seed, on Friday.
Washington had its 3-A playoff opener postponed. The Pam Pack (7-11), the Coastal Conference’s No. 5 seed, play at Currituck (7-10), the Northeastern Coastal top seed, today at 6 p.m. The winner faces either Nash Central (19-5) or South Johnston (18-8) in the second round.
The Plymouth Vikings and the Mattamuskeet Lakers both suffered second-round playoff losses on Tuesday.
Plymouth (16-8), the Four Rivers No. 4 seed, fell 3-2 to Perquimans (18-5).
Mattamuskeet (7-7), the Tideland No. 3 seed, lost 10-0 to Dixon (20-4).
The Bear Grass Bears (17-3), the Tideland champions, were scheduled to play Manteo (15-8) in the second round.
That winner takes on either Gates County (18-4) or East Carteret (11-11) in the third round.