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Showing 3 articles from September 6, 2013.

PREP FOOTBALL

FHS Puts Up 50 Again
FHS Puts Up 50 Again
HENDERSON -- Another game, another 50-point uprising by the high-powered Franklinton High School football offense.
For the second consecutive week, the explosive Red Rams hit the half-century mark during a 50-28 road decision Friday against the Northern Vance Vikings.
Franklinton is now 3-0 heading into this week’s matchup -- once again on the road -- versus Northwest Halifax.

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LHS Wins Heading Into Bye Week
LHS Wins Heading Into Bye Week
LOUISBURG -- With his team heading into a bye week, Louisburg High School football coach Chris Lee stressed the importance of a strong performance during Friday’s non-league home meeting with Rocky Mount Prep.
LHS was coming off a home loss to county rival Franklinton, and ultimate rival Bunn was looming in two weeks following the bye.

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SN Rallies To Stop Wildcats
SN Rallies To Stop Wildcats
STANHOPE -- Down to their backup running backs and beyond, the Southern Nash Firebirds continue to find a way to secure clutch victories against quality opponents.
Southern’s latest adventure came Friday as the Firebirds remained undefeated with a tight 28-23 home victory against Bunn at Firebird Stadium.

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