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Cottrell Signs Deal With Peace
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Cottrell Signs Deal With Peace

FRANKLINTON -- The Peace Train continues to chug through Franklin County, picking up plenty of riders along the way.
William Peace University, located in Downtown Raleigh, has become a popular destination for Franklin County student-athletes over the past several years -- and that trend shows no sign of coming to a stop.


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TOO MANY TREYS
SUPER SOPH. Quay Mosley, a 10th-grader, has been exceptional this season for the BHS boys basketball team.
TOO MANY TREYS

CREEDMOOR -- Positives were plentiful for the Bunn Wildcats during Tuesday's Northern Carolina Conference road boys basketball meeting at South Granville.
Bunn ran its offense with fluidity and precision and didn't seem intimidated by the highly touted Vikings -- to the point that the Wildcats trailed by just one point after the opening eight minutes of action.


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Bunn Dropped By Vikes
DRIBBLE DRIVE. Bunn's Mallori Darnell looks to make a strong move to the basket during Tuesday's contest versus host South Granville.
Bunn Dropped By Vikes

CREEDMOOR -- Bunn is still seeking its first victory of the 2018-19 girls basketball season -- but it wasn't destined to happen Tuesday at Northern Carolina Conference opponent South Granville.
BHS' hopes of coming out on the winning end were squelched early as the homestanding Lady Vikings used a strong full-court pressure defense to take charge in the opening stanza of action.


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LC claims home win over CCC
LC claims home win over CCC

LOUISBURG -- Louisburg College found itself in a bit of a no-man's land during Monday's home men's basketball showdown against Central Carolina.
Thanks to a strong start -- along with its superior talent and depth -- the Hurricanes never appeared to be in danger of losing against the Cougars.
Then again, LC couldn't seem to put away Central Carolina, which seemed to have a threeball answer every time the Hurricanes were on the verge of pulling away for good.


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LHS splits tight games
POINT TAKEN. Louisburg High School point guard Nolan Brown drives toward the basket during last Friday night's home basketball showdown against league foe Vance County.
LHS splits tight games

LOUISBURG -- Even though they are a Class 1-A team competing in a split 1/2-A league, the Louisburg Warriors continue to refuse to back down against some of the top squads in the Northern Carolina Conference boys basketball standings.
That enviable intangible was on display once again last Friday night at home as the Warriors entertained Vance County for a key NCC matchup at the LHS Gymnasium.


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Bouncing Back
Louisburg's Jada Branch (l) and Madi Leonard (r) surround a Vance County player during last Friday's Northern Carolina Conference hoops game at the LHS Gymnasium.
Bouncing Back

LOUISBURG -- Louisburg High School has made tremendous strides within its girls basketball program this winter -- and even picked up three victories along the way as part of its rebuilding process.
But LHS went up against a true titan last Friday as the Lady Warriors entertained the Vance County Vipers in Northern Carolina Conference action.


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BOWL CONTEST WINNERS

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Listed are the game and individual winners from the annual The Franklin Times Bowl Game Football Contest:


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Buffaloe to compete in California

WARREN COUNTY -- Local Kyokushin Karate fighter Christian Buffaloe is scheduled to compete in the Japan sponsored "2019 Kyokushin Karate USWC Championships" in Los Angeles on January 27.
This elite championship features top-level Kyokushin Karate full- contact competitors from Japan, Russia, Eastern Europe, Australia, South America and Canada.


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Franklinton to play in The Brittany

WILSON -- Franklinton is once again part of the lineup for one of the state's most prestigious girls high school soccer events.
FHS will be Franklin County's lone participant in the annual The Brittany Girls Soccer Showcase at Gillette Park in Wilson.
The event is slated for March 8-9 and will feature top squads from across the region and state.


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