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Lunging to send the ball back upfield, the Cougars’ No. 7 senior midfielder John Gomez prepares to kick.

Cougars let victory slip through their feet

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest High School soccer team took an early lead against Smithfield-Selma High School Monday, but ...

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Husky senior running back Matt Baker, No. 32, led the game with 25 carries for 109 yards and one touchdown. The Huskies had 315 total yards on offense and 
held the Holly Springs Golden Hawks to 152 total offensive yards.

Huskies' defense holds strong

  by Marty Simpkins photos by Clellie Allen HOLLY SPRINGS — It was fourth down in Heritage’s red zone with less than 30 ...

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Scoreboard — week of Aug. 28, 2014

Here are other area scores as reported directly from teams or from the NCHSAA-sanctioned MaxPreps.com. Anyone can submit scores and other ...

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United Blue takes championship

The Wake Forest United Blue U14 girls’ soccer team was undefeated in four games to take the Riverside Summer Shootout ...

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Granite Falls Gators finish strong

ROLESVILLE — The Granite Falls Gators finished the Tarheel Swimming Association (TSA) season with an overall record of 5-1 in ...

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Cycle-a-thon Sept. 13 to help foster children

ROLESVILLE — Nonprofit organization Mercy for America’s Children will hold its second annual Cycle-a-Thon fundraiser Sept. 13 at Granite Falls ...

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Buddy Run coming Sept. 20 - Register now

WAKE FOREST — The sixth annual Buddy Run benefiting Wakefield, Wake Forest and Rolesville Backpack Buddy programs is scheduled Saturday, ...

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Register for Miracle League

BUNN — Registration is accepted for players age 5 and up to play in The Miracle League of Franklin County, ...

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The advantages to joining a parent-teacher organization

Parental involvement plays a key role in a child’s academic and social development. Mothers and fathers who take an active interest ...

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Learn the early signs of bullying

Children grow and develop their personalities in various ways. While many youngsters are teased or receive some good-natured ribbing at some ...

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