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Bunn stars on teams
FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Bunn High School standouts Tainasha Vines and Deshawn High have earned accolades on the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association’s All-District 6 Teams for the 2013-14 season.

High, a senior guard, was tabbed for the First Team All-District boys squad after averaging 24.2 points per game while leading the Wildcats to the Northern Carolina Conference championship. He is expected to sign with Louisburg College this week.

Vines, a junior wing, was a First Team All-District girls pick following her strong campaign, which featured her averaging 17.5 poins and 9.4 boards per outing.

Only five players per district earned first-team honors.

Southern Alamance’s Shaylen Burnett was the Girls District Player of the Year, while Chapel Hill’s Sherry Norris was the Coach of the Year.

Northern Durham’s Ricky Council was the Boys Player of the Year and Orange’s Greg Motley was the Coach of the Year.

Former Bunn skipper Scott McInnes, now at Raleigh Millbrook, was selected as the District 5 Coach of the Year.

VGCC TOURNEY: The 30th annual Vance-Granville Community College Endowment Fund Golf Tournament will be held at the Henderson Country Club on May 64.

All event proceeds support the mission of the college, the Endowment Fund and student scholarships.

This year’s morning and afternoon rounds will begin with shotgun starts at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The format is four-person “Captain’s Choice Super Ball.”

Golfers can form their Teams will be handicapped based on handicaps supplied by each player.

Trophies will be awarded for first through third place teams in both rounds.

Other prizes will be awarded.

The cost for one golfer to enter the tournament is  $150 for the afternoon round, or $125 for the morning round. In either round, that fee includes greens fees, cart, meals, gift bag and practice balls.

A light breakfast, lunch, and dinner (immediately following the afternoon round) will be served in the HCC clubhouse.

A silent auction and door prize drawings will be held in conjunction with dinner.

Players can now register online at golf.vgcc.edu.

For more information, contact Kay Currin at currink@vgcc.edu or (252) 738-3409.

NC STATE: The North Carolina State University baseball squad took its second straight series at Doug Kingsmore Stadium with a 7-1 win over No. 14 Clemson (20-11, 9-5 ACC) on Monday night.

Wolfpack (19-12, 5-10) freshmen Nathan Hood, Garrett Suggs, and Preston Palmeiro accounted for five of the seven runs scored in the win.

Pictured (Above): REASON TO CELEBRATE. Rammy -- the official mascot of Franklinton High School -- is pictured second from right as part of the recent Stormy Birthday celebration at a Carolina Hurricanes’ hockey game at PNC Center in Raleigh. Stormy is the Hurricanes’ mascot, and various area mascots were invited to participate. According to those in attendance, Rammy played a key role in the musical chairs game -- and had a great time. (Photo Submitted)

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