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Showing 3 articles from October 20, 2017.

PREP FOOTBALL

South Granville Outlasts Bunn
South Granville Outlasts Bunn

BUNN -- For one half, the latest Bunn-South Granville football grudge match closely resembled last year's contest -- a low-scoring affair destined to turn on the outcome of one or two plays.
But that wasn't the case during what would prove to be a prolific second half of offensive action.


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Louisburg Falls On Homecoming
Louisburg Falls On Homecoming

LOUISBURG -- Just when all hope appeared to be lost, Louisburg High School gained a huge boost of momentum late in the Warriors' homecoming game Friday against Oxford Webb.
Webb looked to be on the verge of clinching the victory, but a botched handoff just in front of the goal line was scooped up by Louisburg's Malik Davis, who ran 96 yards for an electrifying touchdown that brought the Warriors back to within six points with over five minutes remaining.


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Franklinton Celebrates First Big East Victory

FRANKLINTON -- Franklinton couldn't have picked a better occasion to make a bit of history Friday at the FHS Football Field.
As part of its annual Senior Night festivities, the Red Rams honored a solid group of upperclassmen -- and earned their first-ever Big East Conference victory in the process.


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