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Bunn Takes MAC Soccer Title
EYE ON THE BALL. Cedar Creek's Shapoor Qazizada (right) attempts to gain possession during last Thursday's MAC Boys Soccer Tournament Championship at Bunn Middle School.
Bunn Takes MAC Soccer Title

BUNN -- After clawing to a hard-fought tie earlier in the season, it was all but expected that Bunn Middle and Cedar Creek would wind up facing each other again on the soccer field -- this time with a league championship at stake.
That's how things played out in the Middle Athletic Conference this fall as BMS hosted the Jaguars last Thursday in the title contest of the MAC Tournament.


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A MISSED CHANCE
BUNN HIGH SCHOOL'S JAYLEN PERRY
A MISSED CHANCE

BUNN - Bunn could have simplified the final Northern Carolina Conference football standings with a victory Thursday at home against Roanoke Rapids.
With a win, the Wildcats were set to clinch third place outright in the NCC, along with a more favorable seed for the upcoming Class 2-AA State Playoffs.
But the visiting Yellow Jackets had other ideas as they made the league standings a mess with a 27-14 decision.


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STRANGE END
SCREEN SHOT. Franklinton High School's Will Germann soars upfield after receiving a screen pass during last Friday night's non-conference football meeting with the Greenville Rose Rampants in Pitt County.
STRANGE END

GREENVILLE -- Perhaps it was fitting that one of the strangest regular seasons in recent high school football memory would end with yet another crazy, unexpected occurrence.
Due to poor weather, the campaign has featured cancellations, reschedulings and made-up events that were staged on just about every weeknight.


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FHS boys saluted in Big East
FRANKLINTON'S HAYDEN JOHNSON
FHS boys saluted in Big East

FRANKLINTON -- Franklinton continues to make a quick ascent toward the top of the Big East Conference boys soccer standings.
The Red Rams, in their second campaign in the Big East, finished as the league's regular season runner-up and took title holder Wilson Fike to penalty kicks in the conference tournament championship before falling in heartbreaking fashion.


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Grid teams in playoffs
Grid teams in playoffs

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Each of Franklin County's high school gridiron squads were able to qualify for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association State Football Playoffs -- but you'll have to travel a bit in order to watch them in action this Friday.
Bunn, Franklinton and Louisburg will all be playing games -- and all of them will be on the road.


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STATE PLAYOFF BRACKETS

CHAPEL HILL -- Listed are the brackets for the upcoming Class 3-A State Football Championships, which will feature the Franklinton Red Rams, Louisburg Warriors and Bunn Wildcats:


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A Spike Thriller
A Spike Thriller

BUNN -- Coach Kandar Artis has brought nothing but success to the Bunn Middle School volleyball program since she arrived at BMS a few years ago.
Artis certainly knows about volleyball in the area as she starred at Bunn High School before playing at North Carolina Wesleyan College.
Artis ended up coaching the varsity team at Southern Nash High School before yearning to return home -- and the spike job was available at BMS.


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Moss enjoys strong Senior Night

WILMINGTON -- Staring at a 2-0 deficit and needing to win one of its final two matches to earn a Colonial Athletic Association tournament berth, UNC-Wilmngton rallied for a 3-2 volleyball win (23-25, 22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 15-10) over visiting Elon last Thursday at Hanover Hall on the UNC-W campus.
The Senior Night win halted a brief two-match losing streak for the Seahawks and raised their campaign record to 14-11 overall and 7-8 in the CAA.


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Bunn hoops to open against Hunt

BUNN -- Bunn High School will kick off its 2018-19 boys basketball schedule on Nov. 20 with a home contest against the Wilson Hunt Warriors in non-conference action at the Bunn Dome.
Bunn High School will once again be coached by veteran skipper Patrick Reynell.


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CRUNCH TIME
CRUNCH TIME

Seth Davis (right) enjoyed an exceptional season for the Franklinton HS Red Rams, who finished second overall in the Big East Conference boys soccer standings.


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DIRECTING TRAFFIC
DIRECTING TRAFFIC

Cedar Creek Middle School standout midfielder Fonzie Flowers Jr. shows a teammate where to go to receive a pass during last Thursday's MAC title matchup.


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JUST OUT OF REACH
JUST OUT OF REACH

Bunn's Raekwon Dunston (right) can't come up with a catch during last Friday night's important Northern Carolina Conference football game at home versus Roanoke Rapids.


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MAC VOLLEYBALL
MAC VOLLEYBALL

CEDAR CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL
MAC VOLLEYBALL RUNNER-UPS


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MOVING THROUGH THE MIDDLE
MOVING THROUGH THE MIDDLE

Bunn's Elijah Pittman advances the ball through the midfield during last Thursday's victory over Cedar Creek in the championship matchup of the Middle Athletic Conference Boys Soccer Tournament on the BMS campus.


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