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Showing 4 articles from September 11, 2015.

OBITUARIES

DOROTHY A. "CAT" DAVIS

LOUISBURG - Funeral services for Dorothy A. "Cat" Davis, 67, who died Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Haywood Baptist church in Louisburg, with the Rev. Douglas Harris officiating. Burial will follow in the Mitchell Church cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Bunn Blitzes Northern Vance
Bunn Blitzes Northern Vance

BUNN -- Bunn scored all the points it needed in the first half Friday and went on to secure a decisive 49-18 victory over visiting Northern Vance in non-conference football action.
Bunn, now 2-2 overall, forced a short Northern Vance (2-2) punt on the first possession of the contest.
Taking over on the Vikings' 37-yard line, Bunn needed just six plays to score, with Devante Caldwell finishing off the surge with a 12-yard touchdown scamper -- untouched up the middle.


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Louisburg Dropped By Oxford Webb
Louisburg Dropped By Oxford Webb

LOUISBURG -- The growing pains continued Friday for a young Louisburg High School football squad.
Lining up against a veteran Webb club, the Warriors fell behind early and never recovered as part of a 40-6 defeat at Patterson Field on the LHS campus.
Louisburg is now 0-3 on the campaign, while Webb improved to 3-1 overall.
LHS has now given up 159 points through three outings, and it didn't help that defensive standout Garrett Ingraham was unavailable due to an injury.


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Tarboro Pulls Away From Red Rams

TARBORO -- When taking on perennial powerhouse Tarboro, the opportunity is always there for a football program to make a statement against one of North Carolina's top small-school teams.
Franklinton had that chance Friday and was in the contest until the third quarter.
That's when the Vikings delivered 27 unanswered points to defeat the Red Rams by a 62-26 margin at the THS Field in Edgecombe County.


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