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THE CUP CHAMPIONS
BIG FINISH IN THE NCC. Bunn High School's first-place effort in the Northern Carolina Conference wrestling standings helped BHS win the overall Wells Fargo Cup crown for the league during the 2019-20 season. (Photo Submitted)
THE CUP CHAMPIONS

BUNN -- Despite some recent research, Bunn High School Athletic Director Chris Lewis can't remember the last time the Wildcats claimed the Wells Fargo Cup out of the Northern Carolina Conference.
"We have banners up for just about everything, but I haven't been able to find out when we won (the Cup),'' Lewis said. "So my guess is that it has been awhile.''


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Red Rams Sixth In The Big East
Red Rams Sixth In The Big East

FRANKLINTON -- The Franklinton Red Rams were hoping a strong spring sports season would catapult them into a higher position in the Wells Fargo Cup standings out of the always-strong Class 3-A Big East Conference.
Franklinton had aspirations to compete for league supremacy in the likes of softball and track and field, among other sports.


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Runners effective for Pack
NC STATE'S ZONOVAN KNIGHT
Runners effective for Pack

RALEIGH -- Local legends Ricky Person Jr. (Franklin County) and Zonovan Knight (Nash County) came up big in the backfield for the North Carolina State University football team during last Saturday's 45-42 season-opening home victory over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Carter-Finley Stadium.
Person, a junior who prepped at Heritage High School, paced the Wolfpack in rushing with 99 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught two passes for 10 yards and threw a touchdown off a trick play.


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Hunting Day is Saturday
Hunting Day is Saturday

RALEIGH -- The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has designated Saturday, September 26, as a Youth Deer Hunting Day for 2020.
On this day, youths 17 and younger may use any legal weapon to hunt deer of either sex and are not required to be accompanied by an adult if they have completed a hunter education course.
The Youth Deer Hunting Day provisions apply to both private and public lands.


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Cohen signs Bears extension
Cohen signs Bears extension

CHICAGO -- Hours before their home opener Sunday against the Giants, the Bears signed running back Tarik Cohen to a three-year contract extension through the 2023 season.
Cohen, a Franklin County native who prepped at Bunn High School, was in the final year of a four-year deal he inked with the Bears after they selected him in the fourth round of the 2017 draft out of North Carolina A&T.


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