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Franklinton Roars Past Northern Nash
Franklinton Roars Past Northern Nash
RED OAK -- Just in case anyone thought last week's miraculous comeback victory was a fluke, the Franklinton Red Rams offered Exhibit B Friday in their quest to break into the upper echelon of the Big East Conference football standings.
Certainly, Franklinton took a huge step during that earlier decision at Wilson Fike -- and looked to keep the momentum trending upward this Friday as part of another key league meeting at Northern Nash.

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Vikings Outlast Bunn In NCC Action
CREEDMOOR -- Bunn had only 96 hours to shake off the disappointment of an overtime loss to Granville Central -- and prepare for the Northern Carolina Conference's toughest football test in the form of the undefeated South Granville Vikings.
The Wildcats' challenge on Friday was a tall one, but BHS responded to the moment, only to see the powerful Vikings pull away late to earn a 28-17 triumph over Bunn in a NCC thriller at the SGHS Football Field.

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LHS Uses Running Game To Defeat Webb
OXFORD -- Keeping the ball on the ground proved to be a wise and bountiful decision Friday for the Louisburg Warriors during their key Northern Carolina Conference football contest at Oxford Webb.
Louisburg racked up 325 rushing yards and was strong defensively en route to defeating Webb by a 22-12 margin for LHS' third victory over its past four outings.

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