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Showing 3 articles from October 6, 2016.

OBITUARIES

ALTON KENDALL BETTS

SUGAR HILL, N.H. -- Alton Kendall Betts of Sugar Hill, N. H., died Aug.16, 2016 after a brief illness. A service celebrating his life will be held in June of 2017 in New Hampshire. For further details please go to: info@horncamp.org.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Bunn Blitzes Runnin' Raiders

HENDERSON -- Bunn, the defending Northern Carolina Conference football champion, kicked off its 2016 league schedule in style Thursday by putting together a strong effort on both sides of the ball as part of a 51-14 road decision at Southern Vance.
The Wildcats are now 6-1 overall and 1-0 in the NCC, while the Runnin' Raiders remained winless on the campaign.
Bunn all but ended the suspense by soaring to a 30-0 advantage at halftime.


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South Granville pulls away to defeat Red Rams

CREEDMOOR -- Even after an early case of fumbleitis, Franklinton was still close to South Granville in the second half of Thursday's Northern Carolina Conference football opener for both squads.
But the Vikings would erupt for 20 unanswered points over the final 12:43 to get past Franklinton by a 37-14 margin at the SGHS Football Field.
South Granville upped its mark to 5-2 overall and 1-0 in the NCC, while the Red Rams fell to 4-3 and 0-1.


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