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County Stars On All-NCC Team
LEAGUE HONOREE. Bunn High School's Alexander Perez-Rivera (left) has earned a spot on the All-Northern Carolina Conference Boys Soccer Team.
County Stars On All-NCC Team

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Six student-athletes from Franklin County have earned spots on the 2019 All-Northern Carolina Conference Boys Soccer Team.
Making the grade were Bunn's David Arroyo, Jose Reyes, Chris Salter and Alex Perez and Louisburg's Abel Contreras and Alfredo Hernandez.
Both Bunn and Louisburg enjoyed strong soccer seasons this fall in the always-competitive NCC.


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A FOND FAREWELL
TOUGH RUNNER. Bunn High School's Lavadous Bolden (left) picks up yardage for the Wildcats during last Friday night's home victory against Northern Carolina Conference football opponent Roanoke Rapids.
A FOND FAREWELL

BUNN -- Bunn took care of business last Friday night, but it would not be good enough to earn a spot in the Class 2-A State Football Playoffs for the 2019 campaign.
Needing a victory to at least earn postseason consideration, the Wildcats got one at home by a 22-8 margin over Northern Carolina Conference rival Roanoke Rapids.


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NOT THIS TIME
NOT THIS TIME

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Franklin County's three high school football teams made a bit of history this fall -- but not in a good way.
For the first time in recent memory -- at least the past 25 years -- the county has been completely shut out of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association State Football Playoffs.


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Warriors, Ladycats on squad
LOUISBURG'S KRISTEN HOUSE
Warriors, Ladycats on squad

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Volleyball success has been a constant in Franklin County through the years -- and this season proved to be no different for Louisburg and Bunn in the always-tough Northern Carolina Conference.
Louisburg took second place in the NCC and reached the second round of the Class 1-A State Playoffs, while Bunn earned the third spot in the league and made it to the opening round of the Class 2-A State Playoffs.


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LC qualifies for nationals
LC qualifies for nationals

MELBOURNE, FLA. -- The Louisburg Men's Soccer Team advanced to the 2019 NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship after play last weekend.
Louisburg took on Georgia Military College last Friday in Melbourne, Fla. in the NJCAA Southeast District Semifinal.
The Hurricanes scored three goals on the way to victory.


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WHAT A WAY TO GO OUT
WHAT A WAY TO GO OUT

Bunn High School senior running back Jaylen Perry capped off his strong career last Friday night with yet another effective performance during the Wildcats' home football victory against Northern Carolina Conference rival Roanoke Rapids.


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