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Showing 4 articles from October 16, 2015.

OBITUARIES

ROSE READ WEST

Rose Read West, 74, daughter of Frank A. Read, Sr. and Nannie Perry Read, born in the Wood Community of North Carolina, died Tuesday, October 13, 2015 after a valiant battle with cancer. She attended Gold Sand School, Atlantic Christian College, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from East Carolina University, and worked as an art teacher, artisan potter and weaver.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Risks Pay Off For Wildcats Versus RRHS
Risks Pay Off For Wildcats Versus RRHS

BUNN -- Those who consider David Howle to be a conservative football coach might want to rethink that assessment.
Howle and his Bunn Wildcats took some first-half gambles during Friday's home showdown against Northern Carolina Conference foe Roanoke Rapids.
With a share of the top spot in the NCC at stake, the Wildcats were rewarded for their daring display by pulling away for a 42-7 decision over the Yellow Jackets.
Bunn is now 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the NCC, leaving the Wildcats in a first-place tie with South Granville.


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Louisburg Drops Heartbreaker To KIPP
Louisburg Drops Heartbreaker To KIPP

LOUISBURG -- Another week, another heart-wrenching loss for the Louisburg Warriors.
Just like their Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference opener one week earlier at Southeast Halifax, the winless Warriors moved inside the 5-yard line in the closing minutes of Friday's league matchup versus KIPP Pride at Patterson Field.
After a successful fourth-down conversion, Louisburg seemed destined to find the end zone, but it wasn't meant to be.


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Franklinton Outlasts Warren County

WARRENTON -- Tyreese Williams delivered four touchdowns -- including two in the closing minutes -- as the Franklinton Red Rams pulled away to defeat homestanding Warren County on Friday in a crucial Northern Carolina Conference football matchup.
After WCHS clawed back to tie the score, Franklinton put together two nifty drives to wrap up the decision.
FHS is now 4-4 overall and 1-1 in the NCC. The Red Rams will travel to Roanoke Rapids next Friday in a key swing game in the league standings.


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