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Bunn opens conference play with 31-8 win over Webb

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Bunn opens conference play with a win. …read more

Source:: High School OT

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Marshall, NC State return from week off following hurricane

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North Carolina State and Marshall both have one fewer game to help prepare for the fast-approaching start of their conference seasons. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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Duke hosts NC Central with Virginia Tech matchup looming

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Duke is off to another fast start, on the verge of cracking the national rankings and with a huge home game looming next week. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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Dominant win puts NCFC in playoff position

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North Carolina FC moved into a playoff position with a dominating 6-1 win over Atlanta United 2 on Friday night at Coolray Field – the club’s largest margin of victory this season. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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Knightdale ends Fuquay-Varina’s unbeaten season, 25-21

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Knightdale continued its breakout season with a 25-21 victory over previously-unbeaten Fuquay-Varina. …read more

Source:: High School OT

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Tar Heels open ACC play against Panthers after canceled game

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North Carolina is finally back on schedule. …read more

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No. 1 Wake Forest buries Franklinton, 42-7

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Wake Forest left no doubt in a dominant performance over Franklinton. …read more

Source:: High School OT

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Undefeated South Granville wins big over Louisburg

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The undefeated Vikings from South Granville hosted Louisburg Friday in Creedmoor and saw their streak extended with a 63-12 win. …read more

Source:: High School OT

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HSOT Live: The Show Week 6

HighSchoolOT Live is back for Week 6. Tune in for highlights, live look-ins, and expert analysis from games across the area. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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Tiger Woods shares lead going into weekend at East Lake

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Not even one bad hole could keep Tiger Woods from a share of the 36-hole lead for the first time in more than three years. …read more

Source:: WRAL