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Bell Comes Through For Barton
A SUPERSTAR SECOND SACKER. Bunn High School alum Emily Bell was exceptional this season for the Barton College softball squad.
Bell Comes Through For Barton

BUNN -- Emily Bell was a four-year cornerstone at second base for the Bunn High School softball squad -- and she is continuing that trend at Barton College.
Bell, a sophomore at Barton, enjoyed a sterling spring for the Bulldogs while helping them to a 21-18 record under the direction of legendary head coach Junior Bailey.
Bell started in each of Barton's 39 games and finished second overall in hitting for the club with an impressive .346 batting average.


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BACK ON THE TRACK
FRANKLINTON'S JADA TORO
BACK ON THE TRACK

STANHOPE - Southern Nash's boys and Franklinton's girls were the big winners at last Wednesday's Big East Conference track and field meet at Firebird Stadium on the SNHS campus.
Due to COVID restrictions, Big East meets are limited to just three schools -- though all six league entrants will be able to compete in the conference championships in June.


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Hurricanes defeated at Region X Baseball Tourney

LEXINGTON, S.C. -- Losing the winner's bracket finale game inevitably provides a difficult proposition at the annual Region X Baseball Tournament.
The winner of that outing advances into the finals, needing just one victory the rest of the way to claim the championship in the double-elimination format.
But a loss puts a team immediately back on to the field 30 minutes later in an elimination showdown against an opponent that has gained some momentum with a few victories coming out of the loser's bracket.


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Warriors compete at states
Warriors compete at states

JACKSON SPRINGS -- When one chapter ends, another begins.
Louisburg High School boys golfers John Allen Faulkner and William Dement competed this Monday in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association's Class 1-A Golf Championship at Foxfire Golf and Country Club.


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Summer stars on diamond for Wesleyan
Summer stars on diamond for Wesleyan

DEMOREST, GA. -- Former Louisburg High School and Louisburg College standout Summer Phillips enjoyed a strong season this spring as a member of the North Carolina Wesleyan College softball squad.


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Mudcats win home contest
Mudcats win home contest

ZEBULON - Joey Wiemer and Ernesto Martinez both hit towering home runs, Gabe Holt and Darrien Miller both had late two-run doubles, and Evan Reifert earned his first win after totaling five strikeouts over two and 1/3 as the Carolina Mudcats defeated the Fayetteville Woodpeckers 8-4 on Sunday at Five County Stadium.
The Mudcats (5-1) originally took an early 1-0 lead after getting Wiemer's homer (both his first hit and first home run as a pro) in the second, but Fayetteville (1-5) bounced back with two home runs in the third to go up 2-1.


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Gridiron Greats
Gridiron Greats

FRANKLINTON -- Five key Franklinton High School contributors have earned spots on the 2021 All-Big East Conference Football Team.
The Red Rams, who went 3-4 overall this season, were represented on the prestigious list by Kenny Cornell, Will Germann, Devin Patterson, CJ Dicker and Chris Simons.


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Lady Rams on Big East soccer team

FRANKLINTON -- Three players from Franklinton have been honored with spots on the All-Big East Conference Girls Soccer Team for the 2021 season.
FHS' list members are Ladenna Cornell, Yarianna Valdez and Page Eddina. Franklinton's Emma Styers claimed a position on the Honorable Mention Team.
Southern Nash's Kathryn Robinson, who has signed with Louisburg College, was another selection on the All-Big East Squad.


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LET IT FLY
LET IT FLY

Franklinton High School's Ernest Crudup competes in the Boys Shot Put during last Wednesday's Big East Conference Track and Field Meet. The event was held at Firebird Stadium on the campus of Southern Nash High School in Stanhope.


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SUPERB AT THE STATES
SUPERB AT THE STATES

Louisburg High School's representatives at the Class 1-A Boys State Golf Championships were (l to r) Head Coach Michael Sheldon, William Dement and John Allen Faulkner.


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