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THE CLUTCH COBRAS
TREMENDOUS 25. Southern Nash Middle School’s Zonovan Knight (left) escapes a Red Oak defender for a gain during last Thursday afternoon’s Tri-County Conference gridiron showdown at Firebird Stadium.
THE CLUTCH COBRAS

STANHOPE - Southern Nash Middle School’s long-time winning streak in the Tri-County Conference came to an end earlier this season -- but that doesn’t mean the Cobras are no longer a threat in the competitive league.
Red Oak found that out last Thursday as the Tigers saw their unbeaten campaign to date spoiled during a trip to play the Cobras in a key gridiron matchup at Firebird Stadium on the campus of Southern Nash High School.

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LC’s Ross On Shutout Streak
GREAT GOALIE. Nash Central High School alum Abigail Ross (second from right) has been outstanding this season as a freshman for the Louisburg College women’s soccer squad under Coach Andy Stokes.
LC’s Ross On Shutout Streak

LOUISBURG -- When going over her next-level soccer options, Nash Central High School alum Abigail Ross was looking for a school that would give her the opportunity to receive immediate playing time.
Louisburg College promised that chance to Ross, and that’s exactly what has happened for the freshman goalkeeper.
Ross has played every minute of every match this fall for the Lady Hurricanes, who will carry an 11-4-1 overall mark into this weekend’s Region X Tournament on the LC campus.

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Trunk or Treat is targeted
Trunk or Treat is targeted

ROCKY MOUNT -- Nash Central High School will host a Trunk or Treat Event this Friday night as part of Halloween -- and the Bulldogs’ home football game against Wilson Hunt.
The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the student parking lot behind the football field.
There will be candy, games and plenty of fun. Parents are encouraged to bring their children in costume.

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NASH COUNTY SOCCER SCORES

NASH COUNTY -- Here are updated results from the Nash County Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall Youth Soccer Season:

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NNHS claims top honors in Big East
NNHS claims top honors in Big East

RED OAK -- Northern Nash High School swept the top honors on the All-Big East Conference Boys Cross Country Team for the 2014 season.
NN took the seven best positions at the annual Big East Championships at Red Oak Middle School.
Heading the list was Stephen Whitehead, who was saluted as the Big East Runner of the Year.

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Fike leads spike selections

NASH COUNTY -- After leading their club to the Class 3-A State Playoffs, Northern Nash’s Susannah Sykes and Caroline Jenkins have earned spots on the  All-Big East Conference Volleyball Team for the 2014 campaign.
Both performers are seniors. Sykes is a hitter, while Jenkins is a reliable setter.
The Lady Knights went 10-11 overall and 5-5 in the Big East, which was good enough for third place in the league.

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CONVOY
CONVOY

Red Oak Middle School’s Darquez Flowers (right) follows his blockers for yardage during last Thursday’s road football contest against the Southern Nash Cobras.

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FIRST DIVISION CHAMPIONS
FIRST DIVISION CHAMPIONS

Team Sumner took the top spot in the First Division with a total net of 50 at the 25th Annual Nash Community College Foundation Student Scholarship Golf Classic. Pictured are (l to r) Rick Tate, Annette Dishner, Patrick Merritt and Sumner Tate.

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HOLD ON
HOLD ON

Southern Nash’s Darius Edmundson (right) tries to avoid a fumble during the Cobras’ home victory last Thursday afternoon against Tri-County Conference rival Red Oak Middle School.

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LOFTY GAINS
LOFTY GAINS

Southern Nash Middle School’s Darius Edmundson (with ball) picks up yardage for the Cobras during last Thursday afternoon’s football meeting against the Red Oak Tigers.

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SECOND DIVISION CHAMPIONS
SECOND DIVISION CHAMPIONS

The Cummins Rocky Mount Engine Plant Team earned the title in the Second Division with a total net of 59 at the 25th Annual Nash Community College Foundation Student Scholarship Golf Classic at Benvenue Country Club. The foursome were declared the winner on a scorecard playoff. Pictured are (l to r) Freddy Lacewell, Calvin Ballance, Richard Rains and Kenny Farmer.

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THIRD DIVISION CHAMPIONS
THIRD DIVISION CHAMPIONS

The Individual Players Team claimed the overall crown in the Third Division with a total net of 64 at the 25th Annual Nash Community College Foundation Student Scholarship Golf Classic at Benvenue Country Club. Pictured are (l to r) George Small, Dick Berry, Thomas Bashore and Frank Maynard.

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