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CHAMPS AGAIN
ROCKY MOUNT -- The Nash Central 13-Under Babe Ruth Baseball Team has successfully defended its Nash County Tournament Championship despite finishing in third place in the regular season.
The Bulldogs opened the tourney on July 25 with a 12-2 victory over second-seeded Southern Nash.
Nash Central starting pitcher Brandon Kelly allowed only one hit through 3 2/3 innings of work before John Michael Kelly and Zach Pope came on to record the final four outs of the game. More ...
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Cox and Allen on the field
BUNN -- Bunn’s Leonard Allen stepped onto one of the state’s highest diamond stages last month when he participated in the annual North Carolina Powerade State Games.
Allen was an assistant coach for the Region 3 squad, which consists of baseball players from the Triangle  Area -- and slightly beyond. More ...
GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter

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Squads take the week off
NASHVILLE -- Rain washed away last Thursday’s much-anticipated rematch between Nash Rec and host Birchwood in Nash-Halifax Swim League action.
Moments before the meet was supposed to start, organizers decided to cancel it due to the threat of pending storms in the area. More ...
GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter

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Mudcats sweep key doubleheader on the road
HUNTSVILLE, ALA. -- The Carolina Mudcats hit five homers over a doubleheader sweep of Huntsville, leading the Mudcats into sole possession of second place thanks to a pair of 6-2 triumphs over the Stars at Joe Davis Stadium on Monday night in Class AA Southern League baseball action. More ...
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Summer offerings by Nash
NASH COUNTY -- The Nash County Parks and Recreation Department will be offering the following events for the rest of July:
• A Tennis Clinic for ages 5-10 is slated for July 18-22 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Ennis Park in Red Oak.
Cost is $60 per child. Participants are asked to bring a racket and water bottle each day.
For more information, call (252) 462-2628. More ...
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Post 58’s season ends
DUDLEY -- There will be no third straight appearance by Coleman-Pitt Rocky Mount Post 58 in the N.C. State American Legion Baseball Tournament.
Post 58, bidding to become first team to take three consecutive Area I East crowns since 1993, turned out to be a victim of a 12-day layoff. More ...
CHARLES ALSTON, Graphic Correspondent / Submitted photos by David Hahula

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Buffaloe trains with legend
WARRENTON -- Christian Buffaloe, the 11- year-old son/student of local Kyokushin Karate instructor Kenny Buffaloe, formerly of Nash County, recently received a rare and unique opportunity.
Buffaloe trained under Shihan T. Sugimura, former coach of the Japanese National Mens Kyokushin Karate Team from Tokyo, Japan. More ...
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Another big night at Co. Line
ELM CITY -- After a tumultuous week of evening thunderstorms, last Saturday dawned bright  and sunny over County Line Raceway with a beautiful Carolina blue sky  setting a beautiful backdrop for a wonderful night of double points  racing. More ...
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The Brittany pairings finalized
NASH COUNTY -- Five Nash County schools will participate in the Seventh Annual Brittany For The Boys Soccer Showcase.
The event, which features some of the state’s top programs, will be held Aug. 26-27 at picturesque Gillette Park in Wilson. More ...
GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter


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