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Skilled Coaches At Work In BE
ONE OF THE BEST AT HIS CRAFT. Franklinton gridiron legend Jimmy Williams is regarded as one of the area's top high school football coaches.
Skilled Coaches At Work In BE

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Once a perennial powerhouse in the Big East Conference, Wilson Hunt High School's football program has been hindered in recent campaigns by a revolving door at the head coaching position.
Hunt hoped to fix that problem recently when the school hired long-time Nash Central High School assistant coach Juan Jackson to take over the Warriors' program.


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RIVALRY DELAYED
RIVALRY DELAYED

BUNN -- Southern Nash and Bunn have undertaken one of the area's best non-conference football rivalries over the past two decades and beyond.
The clubs played against each other some through the years before adopting a home-and-home two-year contract that has been renewed every time since the mid-2000s.
But Bunn has opted not to renew the contract, at least for the 2021 and 2022 campaigns.


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THE NEXT STOP
THE NEXT STOP

LOUISBURG -- While Louisburg College veteran softball coach Eric Lee was happy to welcome Haleigh Joyner and Haley Tomlinson back into the fold for one more year, there was still the matter of business as to where LC's other sophomores were going to continue their careers.
Due to COVID-19 cancelling the spring season, LC sophomores were given the opportunity to return to campus for another season.


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LC signs star from Germany
LC signs star from Germany

LOUISBURG -- Louisburg College has added international student Fabian Giebel to the men's basketball recruiting class of 2020.
Giebel is a 6-6 forward from Hamburg, Germany. He shot 40 percent from the 3-point line last season.
"There was no question that Fabian can shoot the ball," said Louisburg head coach Bryan Bagwell, "But after we had several conversations over the phone, I knew that he was a guy who I want to coach. He has a seriousness about his craft that will be a positive impact to our locker room."


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A big night at the track
A big night at the track

LITTLETON -- Fuses were short but tensions were high last Saturday night as drivers and fans from every direction gathered at Halifax County Motor Speedway for a special Independence Day edition of racing in the FUEL Late Model Series I-95 Challenge.
After the pre-race ceremonies, which included the traditional prayer and National Anthem, as well as a celebratory firework show concluded, the 16-car Pure Stock V8 field headed to the starting grid to begin the night's contests.


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Hurricanes look to restart season

RALEIGH -- The National Hockey League intends to resume play in the summer of 2020, with 24 teams returning to compete for the Stanley Cup.
The Carolina Hurricanes will be among those 24 teams and are slated to match up against the New York Rangers in a best-of-five Stanley Cup Qualifier, the winner of which will advance to the First Round of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs.


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