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Showing 3 articles from September 1, 2016.

OBITUARIES

MICHAEL J. GARRETT

LOUISBURG - Michael Jerome Garrett, 70, died Monday, Aug. 15, 2016 at his home. A celebration of his life will be held Sept. 24, 2016. A private graveside service was held at Oakwood Cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Williams Is Wondrous For Franklinton
Williams Is Wondrous For Franklinton

FRANKLINTON -- Despite possessing a wealth of talent, Tyreese Williams has needed to be patient while sharing the load in the backfield for the Franklinton Red Rams over the past three campaigns.
But Williams, now a senior, is making the most of his opportunity to be the featured back in the Red Rams' offense.
Williams has been strong this fall, including a 242-yard, three-touchdown rushing effort during Franklinton's 38-27 home decision on Thursday against the Princeton Bulldogs.


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Birds Best Bunn
Birds Best Bunn

BUNN -- Southern Nash's skill-position depth and talent proved to be too much for the Bunn Wildcats during Thursday's non-conference backyard rivalry football game.
The Firebirds attacked Bunn from every angle en route to defeating the Wildcats by a 31-16 margin at the BHS Football Field.
With the triumph, Southern Nash remained undefeated at 3-0, while Bunn dropped to 2-1 overall.


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