Welcome Visitor
Sat, Nov 22, 2014
147 members
FRONT PAGE
COMMUNITY NEWS
OPINIONS/EDITORIALS
LIFESTYLES
SCHOOLS/EDUCATION
OBITUARIES
BUSINESS
SPORTS
PREP FOOTBALL
FRANKLIN FACTS
CHURCH NEWS
HOLIDAY GIVING & EVENTS
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
MOST POPULAR
SEARCH ARTICLES
PAST ISSUES
SITE MAP
JOIN THE FT WEB SITE
LOGIN
LOGOUT
WHO'S ONLINE
EDIT YOUR PROFILE
MAKE US YOUR HOME PAGE
Greater Franklin Co. Chamber of Commerce
Franklin County, North Carolina
Franklin County Schools
Franklin Co. Arts Council
Franklin County Boys & Girls Club
Franklin County Library
Franklin Co. Relay for Life
World Overcomers Bible College
Five County Mental Health Authority
Franklin Co. Democrats
Franklin Co. Republicans
Franklin Co. Parks and Recreation
Youngsville Parks & Recreation
Bunn Youth Recreational League
Louisburg College
Vance Granville College
Crosscreek Charter School
Guardian ad Litem Program
Franklin Co. Homebuilders
N.C. General Assembly
North Carolina Government
Safe Space, Inc.
National Whistlers Convention
SPORTS LINKS
YOUTH LINKS

Archives

Showing 3 articles from October 29, 2007.

PREP FOOTBALL

LHS Wraps Up Title
LHS Wraps Up Title
LOUISBURG -- Before celebrating their first Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference championship since 2007, the Louisburg Warriors first needed to take care of a Small matter Monday at home against league rival Northampton West. Greg Small saw to it that LHS wrapped up the TRAC’s regular season title as he rushed for 167 yards on 18 carries and caught a touchdown pass late in the first half to propel the Warriors to a 24-6 decision over the Hurricanes, who are no longer coached by Robert D. Hasty.

Read More | Post Comment
BHS Wears Out Jackets
BUNN -- Bunn may have been undermanned, but the Wildcats had more than enough offensive firepower to explode past Roanoke Rapids Monday. The Wildcats were playing without starting quarterback Levon Stanley (finger injury) and halfback Chris Fleurmont (violation of team rules).

Read More | Post Comment
Vikes Spoil FHS’ Party
Vikes Spoil FHS’ Party
FRANKLINTON -- Franklinton had a chance to solidify its postseason standing with a home, Senior Night victory Monday against Northwest Halifax. Instead, the Red Rams are part of a muddled mess in the Northern Carolina Conference standings heading into the final week of the regular season.

Read More | Post Comment

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software