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Showing 4 articles from October 13, 2017.

OBITUARIES

ANNIE RUTH ARTIS

WHITAKERS--Funeral services for Annie Ruth Artis, 77, who died Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, will be held Sunday, Oct. 15, at 1 p.m. at Social Union Baptist Church in Nashville. Burial will follow in the Artis Family Cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Fike Flies Past Franklinton
FRANKLINTON -- Franklinton's inaugural season in the Class 3-A Big East Conference continued to be difficult as the Red Rams suffered a 44-13 home setback to Wilson-Fike on Friday at the FHS Football Field.
FHS showed positive signs in the first half, matching touchdowns with the visiting Demons, but Fike's running game and solid defense proved to be too much as the contest marched on.

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Bunn Shuts Out Granville Central
STEM -- Bunn's offense has been a constant throughout the season, but the Wildcats' defense has made huge strides in recent weeks -- and is a main reason the club remains tied atop the standings in the Northern Carolina Conference football standings.
BHS pitched a shutout Friday as the Wildcats rolled to a 17-0 road victory at Granville Central to stay even with South Granville for first place in the league.

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Southern Vance Stifles Louisburg
HENDERSON-- The Louisburg Warriors (1-6) football squad rambled into Raider Stadium at Southern Vance on homecoming Friday night and left with a 34-14 defeat at the hands of the Raiders of Southern Vance (5-4) before a festive crowd in Henderson.
The Warriors' vaunted run game was extremely effective, but Southern Vance quarterback Elijah Stewart threw three first quarter touchdown passes while staking the Raiders to a 22-0 lead and they never looked back.

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