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Showing 4 articles from November 14, 2014.

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Breaking News: Election certified; no major changes

LOUISBURG -- Franklin County and local election officials certified the Nov. 3 tally on Friday.
Based on provisional ballots and other canvassing factors, election numbers changed slightly, but no outcomes were impacted.
Kent Winstead beat out incumbent Sheriff Jerry Jones by a 10,915 to 8,893 official tally.


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LHS Strikes Early Against Perquimans
LHS Strikes Early Against Perquimans

LOUISBURG -- Louisburg's postseason quest began with a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage -- and kept rolling from there.
The Warriors kicked off the Class 1-AA State Playoffs in explosive fashion by delivering a 49-14 home decision over Perquimans on Friday at Patterson Field.


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Jackets Outscore Red Rams, 49-35

ROANOKE RAPIDS -- Franklinton was able to deliver 35 points, but it wouldn't be enough during Friday's rematch against Roanoke Rapids in the opening round of the Class 2-AA State Football Playoffs.
The Jackets, who edged FHS earlier in the campaign en route to winning the Northern Carolina Conference championship, made it two in a row against the Red Rams with a 49-35 triumph at RRHS' Hoyle Field.


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Bunn Avenges Loss Versus SG

CREEDMOOR -- The Northern Carolina Conference featured a unique competitive balance this fall, with every team possessing a legitimate chance to defeat any other league club on a given night.
So why should the postseason be any different?
When Bunn lost to South Granville late in the campaign, turnovers were a key as the Wildcats had three miscues that directly led to Vikings' touchdowns.


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