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Showing 4 articles from September 27, 2013.

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Breaking News: Three arrested for fighting
LOUISBURG — Louisburg police arrested three men involved in an altercation Thusday night at and around Louisburg College. None of them are college students.
Louisburg Police Chief Rick Lassiter said campus police called for assistance after a fight broke out on the campus just before midnight on Thursday.

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FHS Improves To 5-0 With Home Triumph
FHS Improves To 5-0 With Home Triumph
FRANKLINTON -- Franklinton’s three-game road trip was a bountiful one as the Red Rams scored over 50 points in each of those decisive victories.
And FHS’ return home  would be a happy one as the Red Rams remained undefeated overall with a 36-22 decision over Granville Central on Friday night.

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Warriors Surpass Southern Vance
Warriors Surpass Southern Vance
HENDERSON -- Louisburg couldn’t have asked for a better bounce-back performance during Friday’s non-conference road football game at Southern Vance.
Coming off a loss one week earlier against top rival Bunn, the Warriors never trailed en route to stopping the host Runnin’ Raiders by a 36-20 margin.

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Bunn Pulls Away To Defeat Jaguars
CONWAY -- Bunn erupted both offensively and defensively in the second of Friday’s non-conference football game at Northampton County.
As a result, the Wildcats were able to break open a tight contest en route to winning by a comfortable 49-7 margin over the Jaguars.

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