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STUDY OF INTENSITY. Bunn's Bradley Hill (left) and Southern Nash's Javier Ramirez (right) race for the ball during last Thursday's boys soccer contest.
SN SQUEAKER

BUNN - Even though Southern Nash had defeated Bunn by five goals back in August, both coaches expected much tighter proceedings during last Thursday's boys soccer rematch on the BHS campus.
SN coach Carlos Barron knew Bunn had displayed improvement as the campaign progressed, and he wondered how his club would responded to a non-league challenge after a long string of tough Big East Conference events.

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GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter

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NORTHERN NASH'S GRAYSON TANNER
COURT SWEPT

FRANKLINTON -- Northern Nash and Franklinton played one of the closest Big East Conference girls tennis matches earlier in the season, with the Lady Knights nudging FHS by just one match in Red Oak.
But the rematch wasn't expected to be as tight as the Lady Rams were performing without two of their rotation players due to other commitments.

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GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter

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Northern strong in Big East

RED OAK -- Northern Nash continued its season-long dominance during the latest Big East Conference Cross Country meet, which was held last Wednesday on NNHS' home course at Red Oak Middle School.
NN's boys were once again paced by individual winner Jordan Richardson, who used his home-course advantage to roll to the conquest.

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NN coach selected for squad

RED OAK -- Legendary Northern Nash High School girls basketball coach Grover Battle has been selected to serve as an assistant coach for the North Carolina Team at the annual 2018 Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic.
The event, which is in its 21st year, features the top high school seniors in North Carolina against their counterparts from South Carolina.

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NCWC hosts big weekend

ROCKY MOUNT -- North Carolina Wesleyan College celebrated its 2017 Homecoming last weekend, culminating with the Department of Athletics' Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday night in Everett Gym.
On campus Saturday morning, Wesleyan's baseball and softball teams each enjoyed good turnouts for their annual alumni games, which were followed by a pair of key USA South soccer match-ups on Youth Day at Scalf Field.

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Collie stars for Southern

ROCKY MOUNT -- Southern Nash continued its late-season push in the Big East Conference girls standings by securing a team victory Monday at Northgreen Country Club.
The Ladybirds, led by medalist Elisabeth Collie, closed with 158 strokes -- three shots ahead of runner-up Wilson Fike.

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