In search of their first victory of the season, Southern Vance fell 39-12 against 1-A Louisburg on Friday night.
Returning to the field for the first time since ending a 24-game losing streak two weeks ago, Northern Vance couldn’t string together its second win of 2014 on Friday night.
J.F. Webb coach Tony Midgette admitted he knew that Chapel Hill (his team’s opponent Friday night) was going to be a good test for his team.
WARRENTON – At home for the second consecutive week, Warren County posted another shutout win Friday night, defeating Weldon 52-0.
Playing in windy conditions, the Kerr-Vance Academy girls tennis team had no trouble shutting out Franklinton 9-0 at Bugg Tennis Complex on Thursday. The victory improved Kerr-Vance’s record to 9-3 overall and 4-0 in conference, while Franklinton dropped to 1-5 overall and 1-3 in conference.
“A win is a win,” Kerr-Vance coach Hilda Delbridge said. “We were just glad to be out here playing. We had a rainy day (Wednesday), so everybody was back out trying to get on a roll.”
For the second week in a row, Warren County High will play football in front of its home fans. Northern Vance, Southern Vance and J.F. Webb will all travel.
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Lorenzo Ortiz scored each of Kerr-Vance Academy’s goals Friday in the Spartans’ 3-0 win over Oakwood.
Playing at home for the first time this season on Friday against Northwest Halifax, Warren County aspired to deliver a performance that would make its fans proud.
Southern Vance, Warren County and J.F. Webb each are at home Friday while Northern Vance returns to the field next week at Southern Durham.