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Showing 3 articles from October 24, 2014.

PREP FOOTBALL

Vikings Defeat Bunn, 28-14
Vikings Defeat Bunn, 28-14

BUNN -- Bunn's defense has experienced its share of issues this season, but that side of the ball wasn't why the Wildcats lost a crucial Northern Carolina Conference football game Friday at home against South Granville.
Instead, BHS was done in by turnovers and special teams miscues, which added up to a 28-14 decision for the Vikings.
South Granville remained in the NCC mix with the win, improving to 6-3 overall and 2-1 in the league.


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RR Stops Franklinton To Stay In First Place

FRANKLINTON -- Opportunity awaited on both sidelines when Franklinton entertained Roanoke Rapids on Friday in a key Northern Carolina Conference football game.
For the homestanding Red Rams, the chance was there to get back into the NCC title race with a victory over the league-leading Jackets.


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Louisburg Erupts Past GCHS

STEM -- Nothing was settled at halftime of Louisburg's crucial football matchup Friday at Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference rival Granville Central.
With second place in the TRAC at stake, the clubs were tied at the break -- but Louisburg soon took control on its way to securing a 56-31 road triumph.


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