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A SPECIAL UPSET
BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO. Bunn High School's Domantea Cooke knocks away a pass during last Friday's home victory against the Rocky Mount Gryphons.
A SPECIAL UPSET

BUNN -- The first three football victories of The Dennis Burton Era at Bunn can be easily attributed to taking care of business against overmatched opponents.
But the fourth one provided a much different scenario -- one that threw an early and surprising twist to the Big East Conference standings.
The Wildcats, considered to be the underdogs against long-time powerhouse Rocky Mount, shocked the Gryphons with two first-half touchdowns before holding on in the second half to stop RM by a 13-7 margin last Friday in the Big East opener for both clubs at the BHS Football Field.


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Rams Rally Past RRHS
HANGING ON. Franklinton High School's DJ Miller (right) makes a tackle for the Red Rams during last Friday's home triumph against Roanoke Rapids.
Rams Rally Past RRHS

FRANKLINTON -- Make it two in a row for the Franklinton Red Rams -- and the second victory couldn't have come at a more opportune time.
After striding into the win column one week earlier against Oxford Webb, the Red Rams continued their success last Friday with a 20-14 home decision over Roanoke Rapids in the Big East Conference football opener for both clubs.


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LINKS OUTING
GRIP IT AND RIP IT. Bunn's Emma Sanders prepares to boom a drive for the Ladycats during Monday's Big East Conference golf event in Rocky Mount.
LINKS OUTING

ROCKY MOUNT -- Southern Nash's defense of its Big East Conference girls golf championship has gone off without a hitch this fall -- and the Ladybirds are well on their way to a repeat crown.
Southern Nash, coached by Scott Collie, has won every Big East team match to date -- including last Friday's triumph at Northgreen Golf Course in Nash County.


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LHS competitive early against Southern Nash
Louisburg High School\'s Steven Rebollar-Hernandez (right) speeds upfield after a collision with Southern Nash\'s Wyatt Earp in the midfield during Monday evening\'s Big East Conference boys soccer match.
LHS competitive early against Southern Nash

LOUISBURG -- For a much-improved Louisburg club seeking to make a climb in its building process, no test is higher in the Big East Conference than longstanding boys soccer powerhouse Southern Nash.
The Firebirds are the defending champions in the Big East and are carving up another successful campaign in league action and beyond under veteran head coach Carlos Barron.


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Five-Set Thrillers
Five-Set Thrillers

ROCKY MOUNT -- Outcomes in five-set matches are destined to be one of the most important aspects of the Big East Conference volleyball race this season -- and the Nash Central Bulldogs have been strong at that task in the early portion of the 2022 league events.
Through six conference matches, Nash Central has gone to five sets twice -- and the Lady Bulldogs have been able to claim both contests.


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Mudcats announce 2023 schedule

ZEBULON - The Carolina Mudcats, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, have announced their 2023 regular-season schedule beginning on April 7 with the season opener in Fayetteville against the Woodpeckers.
The first home game of the 2023 schedule is set for April 11 against the Salem Red Sox at Five County Stadium.


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Warriors prepare for tough contest

LOUISBURG -- The Louisburg Warriors can't seem to catch a scheduling break in the early-portion of the 2022 high school football team.
LHS had a bye week to kick off the campaign, then its slated opener on August 26 didn't happen when the referees didn't show up for a road showdown at KIPP Pride.
The Warriors were finally able to get in a pair of games -- and secured convincing victories against overmatched opponents.


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