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Showing 3 articles from November 8, 2013.

PREP FOOTBALL

Neal leads FHS past Southern Vance for Senior Night win
Four days after a stinging loss to rival Bunn, Franklinton High School senior signal caller Daquan Neal paced the Red Rams to a 37-22 senior night victory against visiting Southern Vance with a five touchdown outing.
In an evening that featured recognition for more than 20 FHS senior players, the home crowd was treated to an offensive explosion in the first half by the Red Rams.

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Bunn Wildcats claw to 51-14 win
The Bunn Wildcats entered Friday night’s home contest against the Warren County Eagles with a share of the Northern Carolina Conference Championship on the line.
The Wildcats won the toss and elected to defer to the second half and Warren County elected to receive the opening kickoff.

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Louisburg runs over Weldon, 42-20
The Louisburg Warriors used a punishing ground attack to defeat Weldon 42-20 on a cold Friday night in Weldon.
After a slow start, both teams traded touchdowns. Louisburg opened the scoring late in the first quarter as Antonio Smith broke off tackle for a 31-yard run.
Weldon evened the score with less than 1 minute into the second quarter as Kezionne Pittman scored from two yards out.  Pittman also tallied the two point conversion to give Weldon the 8-7 lead.

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