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SLOW START FOR NN
TOUGH RUNNING. Rocky Mount High School's Myles Powell lunges for extra yardage last Friday versus Northern Nash.
SLOW START FOR NN

ROCKY MOUNT -- In a normal season, there would be few -- if any -- standings-related controversies in the competitive Big East Conference football scene.
But that wasn't the case this spring in the Big East as a late COVID-19 scare threw a wrench into the league's championship-related possibilities.
That's because Northern Nash, due to an earlier cancelled game with Wilson Fike, had no chance of winning the Big East crown heading into last Friday's regular season finale on the road against ultimate rival Southern Nash.

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GRID YEAR ENDS
NASH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL'S TRALON MITCHELL
GRID YEAR ENDS

NASH COUNTY -- With the exception of Class 3-A Big East Conference Champion Rocky Mount Gryphons, each of the remaining three Nash County high school football programs wrapped up their 2021 spring campaigns last week.
In a year truly unlike any other ever seen in the high school sports landscape, Nash Central, Northern Nash and Southern Nash each finished off their respective seasons as the schools capped off the annual Spring Break week.

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A Huge Win For SN
SOUTHERN NASH SHORTSTOP TAYLOR BAILEY
A Huge Win For SN

STANHOPE -- Two years later, not much has changed within the burgeoning Southern Nash-Franklinton softball rivalry.
Back in 2018, the clubs tangled in a pair of fierce, high-level matchups as Franklinton was working its way up toward the top of the Big East Conference standings -- a spot usually reserved for Southern Nash.

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Nash Co. standouts honored
NORTHERN NASH'S CALEB REAMS
Nash Co. standouts honored

NASH COUNTY -- It was a guard-heavy boys basketball season in Nash County in 2021, as all of the county's squads were blessed with quality backcourt performers.
That theory was strengthened when the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association recently released its All-District 3 Team.

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Bishops take another series
Bishops take another series

MISENHEIMER -- The #9 North Carolina Wesleyan College baseball team rolled to another conference sweep by edging Pfeiffer University 14-12 in Game One and 5-3 in Game Two on the road on Sunday.
With their 6th straight win, the Bishops improved to 23-3 on the season and 11-1 in the East Division as they now lead second-place Peace by 3.5 games.

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Buffaloe's Belt
Buffaloe's Belt

WARREN COUNTY -- Christian Buffaloe, an Assistant Instructor (Senpai) of area Kyokushin Karate Classes was recently promoted to Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) by the International Kyokushin Karate Organization in Tokyo, Japan.
Christian Buffaloe started his Kyokushin Karate training under his father, Sensei Kenny Buffaloe, at the age of 2 1/2 years old.

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COUNTY SOCCER RESULTS

NASH COUNTY -- Listed are updated Nash County Recreation & Senior Services Youth Soccer Game Scores:

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STATE PLAYOFF BRACKETS
STATE PLAYOFF BRACKETS

NASH COUNTY -- Here are the pairings for the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3-A State Football Playoffs:

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KEY PLAY IN THE GAME
KEY PLAY IN THE GAME

This sack by Rocky Mount High School's Dar'Savius Williams (left) resulted in a fumble that was recovered by the Gryphons during last Friday night's Big East Conference football showdown on the RMHS campus.

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SHAKE IT OFF
SHAKE IT OFF

Northern Nash High School receiver Jayden Freeman (left) tries to break a tackle after bringing in a screen pass during last Friday night's football game at Big East Conference rival Rocky Mount.

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