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DANDY DOZEN. Northern Nash’s Demonte Johnson (with ball) was outstanding for the Knights during last week’s action at the Bunn Boys Basketball Christmas Tournament, which was held in Franklin County.
NN Second At Tourney

BUNN -- It seemed like almost a dose of destiny that the East Wake Warriors would claim the championship at the annual Bunn Christmas Boys Basketball Tournament.
After all, East Wake is coached by Gerald Melton, whose successful 15-year run at Bunn came to an end last spring.
Now in Wake County, Melton returned to the Bunn Dome for the first time to participate in the tourney.

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GEOFF NEVILLE, Graphic Sportswriter

Roger Taylor honored by NC Wesleyan

ROCKY MOUNT -- The North Carolina Wesleyan College men’s basketball team opened up USA South Conference play on Saturday afternoon with a 73-65 win over Piedmont College in the league opener for both squads.
At halftime, Wesleyan honored former Battling Bishop standout Roger Taylor, whose retired jersey #44 was officially unveiled in Everett Gymnasium.

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CASH CLAIMS A BUCKET

Nash Central’s Montre Cash drives for two points during last Friday night’s road triumph against Bunn in non-conference boys hoops action.

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PEOPLES PLEASES

Nash Central’s Ke-Shun Peoples scores in the paint for the Bulldogs as part of their road boys basketball triumph last Friday night at Bunn.

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