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Cougars Roar Past Red Rams
Cougars Roar Past Red Rams

FRANKLINTON -- Maybe even more than a victory, Franklinton was seeking overall program respectability during its home football contest Friday against powerhouse Wake Forest.
Certainly, FHS went into the matchup as a prohibitive underdog, which was understandable considering the fact that the Cougars are the two-time defending state champions -- and hadn't lost in the regular season since 2013.


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Bunn Claims Conference Opener

BUNN -- Having a three-week layoff isn't a preferred option during the high school football season -- but it seemed to work for the Bunn Wildcats.
Bunn, thanks to an off week and a postponement due to poor weather, hadn't been in action since Aug. 30 against Southern Nash.
But the Wildcats were effective from the get-go Friday during their Northern Carolina Conference opener on the road against Oxford Webb.


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Vikings Erupt Versus Warriors

CREEDMOOR -- South Granville is considered one of the teams to beat this fall in the Northern Carolina Conference football standings -- and for good reason.
The Vikings are the defending league champions, and are off to a strong start this year with an undefeated record heading into Friday's NCC event at home against the Louisburg Warriors.


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