Wake Forest police reports – September 4, 2014

Reported Aug. 25-Aug. 31 Arrests •Robert Connie Lynn, 45, 6933 Choplin Road, was arrested at 12401 Wake Union Church Road and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. He was taken to Wake County jail and held on $2,000 bond. Aug. 31, 3:17 a.m. •Lamont Nelson McDuffie, 37, 70...

Basketball tryouts for home-schoolers Sept. 27

WAKE FOREST — Lighthouse Eagles home-school basketball tryouts for home-school students ages 10-18 will be held Sept. 27 at Franklin Academy Middle School, 1127 Chalk Road. Lighthouse Eagles is a competitive home-school basketball program, spon-sored by Lighthouse Christian...

Cougars still struggle to get on their feet

WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest High School’s soccer team lost 0-6 at Apex Tuesday and 0-6 vs Cary on Aug. 28. The Cougars are struggling to find their balance as coach Jeremiah Mattingly attempts to create a team that works together. The 1-5 team hasn’t caught a break since the season...

Red Rams roll past Louisburg

FRANKLINTON — The Red Rams deftly managed the Louisburg Warriors, coming away with a 39-23 win in their opening home game Friday. The match was back and forth until late in the third quarter when Franklinton pulled completely away from Louisburg.  Play was halted for nearly 20...

Wake Forest weathers the East Wake beast

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKE FOREST – The Wake Forest High School football team defeated East Wake 27-18 at home Friday after four periods of battling them up and down the field. Upon receiving the initial kickoff, East Wake wasted little time in making a statement. On a...