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Showing 3 articles from October 15, 2016.

PREP FOOTBALL

Bunn Rallies Past Jackets
Bunn Rallies Past Jackets

ROANOKE RAPIDS -- Two teams with one combined loss. A share of first place in the Northern Carolina Conference at stake. An overflow crowd at one of the state's most storied gridiron venues. Bunn's first game since legendary coach David Howle announced that he would be retiring at the end of the season.
And a star player for one club -- Bunn's D.J. Jones -- who was a former standout at the opposing school (Roanoke Rapids) before transferring to BHS last year.


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Louisburg - KIPP

GASTON -- Louisburg prepped for its key Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference football showdown next Friday at Granville Central by picking up another league decision this Friday.
The Warriors broke open a tight game at halftime and went on to defeat homestanding KIPP Pride by a 42-20 margin in Northampton County.
Louisburg is now 4-3 overall and 2-0 in the TRAC heading into the meeting at Granville Central, which will feature first place in the conference going to the winner.


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Rams Win Double OT Thriller

FRANKLINTON -- Needing a victory to stay alive in the Northern Carolina Conference football race, the Franklinton Red Rams came up with one Friday -- but it certainly didn't come easily.
Instead, Franklinton and Warren County dueled into double overtime before the host Red Rams used a 13-yard touchdown run from Tyreese Williams to defeat the Eagles by a 41-35 total at the FHS Football Field.


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