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Showing 4 articles from November 18, 2016.

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Franklin County's election tally finalized -- almost

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School board, county at odds over bond projects


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Howle, Wildcats Continue Campaign
Howle, Wildcats Continue Campaign

BUNN -- Bunn hosted a pre-game ceremony Friday to commemorate the illustrious career of retiring head football coach David Howle.
But Howle hopes he still has a dose or two of heroics remaining in his tenure as the Wildcats continue to advance through the Class 2-AA State Playoffs.
Howle's storybook night won't be his last as Bunn, after a slow start, rolled past St. Pauls by a 49-12 margin.
The second-seeded Wildcats, now 11-1 overall, will move into a second-round event next Friday at home versus Northside-Jacksonville, which was a winner at Randleman.


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Hertford County Ends Franklinton's Season

AHOSKIE -- A tough first-round draw awaited the visiting Franklinton Red Rams in their final football season -- at least for the near future -- on the Class 2-AA level.
That campaign would close Friday night as the Red Rams were defeated 46-18 by a strong, high-powered Hertford County contingent.
Franklinton, which entered as the No. 6 seed, fell behind 20-3 after one period of action.


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Louisburg Falls To Gates County
Louisburg Falls To Gates County

LOUISBURG -- Following a successful regular season, Louisburg High School was able to secure a home game in the first round of the Class 1-AA State Football Playoffs.
That didn't mean, however, that the contest would be easy as Gates County brought a solid club to Patterson Field on Friday -- and left with a 34-17 decision over the Warriors.


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