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Showing 3 articles from November 6, 2015.

PREP FOOTBALL

Bunn Wins 200th For Coach Howle
Bunn Wins 200th For Coach Howle

BUNN -- Another offensive explosion, an outright Northern Carolina Conference Championship and the 200th career victory for Coach David Howle -- it was quite a night Friday for the Bunn High School football squad.
Bunn wrapped up its regular season schedule by rolling past Warren County by a 69-32 total at the BHS Football Field, marking the 200th victory in Howle's prolific career.


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Red Rams Claim Playoff Spot

FRANKLINTON -- Needing a victory to punch their ticket to the Class 2-AA State Playoffs, the Franklinton Red Rams got the job done Friday at home against Southern Vance.
Franklinton scored on its opening possession and never looked back en route to drubbing the Runnin' Raiders by a 42-0 total at the FHS Football Field.
The triumph wrapped up a postseason berth for Franklinton, which is now 5-6 overall to go with a 2-3 mark in the Northern Carolina Conference.


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Chargers Clip Louisburg

WELDON -- Louisburg hoped a victory Friday at Weldon would cap a two-game winning streak for the Warriors to close the regular season -- and maybe even catapult them into a spot in the Class 1-AA State Football Playoffs.
But it didn't work out that way as Dontae Lassiter's first season as Louisburg's head coach was wrapped up with a 62-14 setback on the road against the Mighty Chargers.


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