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Wolverines bite down on Cougars

WAKE FOREST — Friday night’s rivalry game between Wake Forest and Wakefield didn’t go as expected. The Cougars sported a 5-2 record before heading to Wakefield, and had the fire of four straight wins behind them. No one expected them to lose 1-5 to the Wolverines. “Even with the...

School Briefs – March 27, 2014

Send school information to schools@wakeweekly.com or by fax to 919-556-2233. No new makeup days scheduled for Wake County Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) has decided to use a combination of banked hours (instructional hours beyond the required 1,025) and change the March...
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Cougars remain undefeated

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKEFIELD – In a softball rivalry match that went five straight innings without a single run, Wake Forest, 5-0-1, and Wakefield, 3-4, played till the very end. In Friday afternoon’s game, both teams showed signs that the lack of practice, because...
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Patriots place first in golf match

RALEIGH — Franklin Academy put on a strong showing in Monday’s North Central Athletic Conference golf match to capture their first team victory in the program’s history. The Patriots were led by Grant Lewis, who shot a 41 on nine holes at the Wildwood Country Club in Raleigh. His...

Area schools receive high marks

Franklinton tied for first and Franklin Academy third in conference cup standings. CHAPEL HILL — Wells Fargo, along with the N.C. High School Athletic Association, announced the final standings in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup competitions for the 2013-14 winter season. The...
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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,...

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...
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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...

Canes host DARE nights

RALEIGH — Enjoy N.C. Hurricanes hockey and support Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) at the March 29 and April 10 home games against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Washington Capitals. Tickets for the games are specially priced, and proceeds from each ticket sold will benefit...

Deadline for Basketball camp scholarship nears

WAKE FOREST — The deadline for middle school students to apply for an all-expense paid scholarship from Wake Electric to attend summer basketball camps at two of the state’s largest universities is March 31. Wake Electric is awarding two Touchstone Energy sports camp scholarships...

Senior softball league looking for players

By Becky Kimbrell-Norris Correspondent ROLESVILLE — If you are 50 years or older and interested in playing senior softball and want to know more about the sport, there is a senior softball tournament at Heritage High School field this Saturday. Players ages 50 to 65 will be...
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Patriots topple Chatham Charter

By Becky Kimbrell-Norris Correspondent SILER CITY — The Franklin Academy boys tennis team improved to 3-2 on the season with a 9-0 win over Chatham Charter on March 13 in a non-conference match played in Siler City. The Patriots came out strong and won four matches by scores of...