Red Ram looking at bright future

FRANKLINTON — Pierre Hunter Jr. graduated in December from Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk, Va. with a bachelor of arts in communication. Hunter signed with Virginia Wesleyan his senior year at Franklinton High in 2009. He was a writer and editor for the school’s newspaper,...
Posted On 27 Mar 2014

Rams tennis gets first conference win

By Becky Kimbrell-Norris Correspondent ROLESVILLE — The Rolesville High School tennis team claimed its first Greater Neuse River Conference win by defeating visiting Southeast Raleigh 4-2 on Monday. The Rams captured three singles and one doubles match and did so without its...
Posted On 27 Mar 2014

Huskies trounce Pride in opener

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKE FOREST —The Heritage Huskies continue to oust anyone who enters their home field with their now 5-1 record. Hosting Leesville High on Friday, the Cap 8 teams faced in a match that wen’t in no one’s favor until the 4th inning when Heritage rocketed...
Posted On 20 Mar 2014

Optimists sponsor speech contest

WAKE FOREST — The Optimist Club of Wake Forest invites students under 19 who haven’t yet graduated, to write and deliver a four- to five-minute speech — How my Passions Impact the World. The local club-level contest is scheduled April 12. Winners will advance to the district...
Posted On 20 Mar 2014

Wake Forest High does it for the Vine

WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest Renaissance Arts Productions presents “Do it for the Vine!” The variety entertainment show is one of two performed annually by Wake Forest High students. Students will act out popular Vine videos, showcasing the entertainment value of the six-second-long...
Posted On 20 Mar 2014