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Showing 3 articles from October 5, 2018.

PREP FOOTBALL

Rocky Mount Pulls Away From Red Rams
Rocky Mount Pulls Away From Red Rams

FRANKLINTON -- Thanks to its overall program improving and surging confidence level, Franklinton had a good feeling about the prospect of bettering last season's 34-point loss to Big East Conference rival Rocky Mount.
And for one half, the Red Rams lived up to that promise -- only to see the touted Gryphons pull away in the second half of action during Friday's meeting at the FHS Football Field.


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Bunn Outlasts Vance County

HENDERSON -- The early candidate for the Game of the Year in the Northern Carolina Conference was staged Friday night.
It will also be remembered as one of the wildest ones this season as Bunn survived two overtimes to edge homestanding Vance County by a 44-42 margin in a key NCC meeting at the VC Football Field.


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Louisburg Shut Out By Jackets

ROANOKE RAPIDS -- Louisburg entered Friday's Northern Carolina Conference showdown at Roanoke Rapids with a two-game winning streak -- and plenty of optimism for a strong finish to the 2018 football campaign.
But the feel-good portion of LHS' season evaporated quickly as the Warriors were defeated by the Jackets by a 42-0 margin in a lopsided affair at RR's historic Hoyle Field.


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