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The Warren County High School girls’ track team excelled at a quad track meet at J.F. Webb High School on April 29, finishing in second place with 20 points.

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Warren County High School honors its seniors on the varsity softball team during Senior Night festivities on Tuesday, April 27. Pictured, from the left, are Niazerreyah Johnson, Chanta Cooper and Nijiah Reed. 

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Pictured above, Warren County’s Niazerreyah Johnson (10) winds up to pitch as the Eagles face South Granville on the road on April 13, losing by a score of 10-2. Below, Warren County’s Tayjah Cooper (29) tags a Bunn High School runner as the Eagles host the Wildcats on April 15, losing by a …

Warren County senior Elijah Boyd (5) leaves Granville Central players in the dust while he heads to the end zone for a touchdown as the Eagles defeated the Panthers 36-6 on Senior Night on Friday, March 19. Also pictured is sophomore Eagle Theodore Madison (65). Warren County held Granville …

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Warren County High School senior cheerleaders Jacie Evans, left, and Nyla Crudup, and 11 members of the varsity football team, are honored during Senior Night on Friday, March 19. See this photograph and photographs of the varsity football players and their families in the Senior Night photo…

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Warren County’s Wesley Hawkins (21) takes the ball down the field as the Eagles visited Bunn High School on Friday, March 12. Warren County fell to the Wildcats by a score of 38-30. The Eagles will be at home on Friday, March 19 to face Granville Central at 6:30 p.m.

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Warren County High School varsity girls’ basketball player Nakira Bullock was named Northern Carolina Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year. The Warren Early College High School junior averaged 18.3 points per game this season and was also named All Conference.

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Warren County’s Christian Bartholomew (13) gets off a kick as the Eagles hosted the South Granville Vikings on March 5. Warren County fell by a score of 29-20. The Eagles will travel to Bunn High School on March 12 for a 6:30 p.m. matchup against the Wildcats.

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Warren County quarterback Najah Williams (4) maneuvers to avoid tackles as the Eagles defeat the J.F. Webb Warriors by the score of 40-7 in their home opener on Feb. 25. The Eagles will host the South Granville Vikings on Friday, March 5, beginning at 7 p.m.

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Warren County’s Nakira Bullock, a junior on the varsity girls’ team, was named Northern Carolina Conference Player of the Year for the 2020-21 basketball season. Conference honors were announced last week.

The Warren County High School varsity boys wrapped up the 2020-21 basketball season by hosting Louisburg High School on Wednesday, Feb. 17. The Eagles kept pace with the Warriors for much of the game before falling by a score of 58-45.

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The Warren County High School varsity girls earned their first win of the season by defeating the South Granville Vikings at home on Feb. 5 by a score of 47-43.

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Warren County High School’s Aaron Bolton (15) soars to get a shot off as the Eagles hosted the J.F. Webb Warriors of Oxford on Jan. 29 at the John Graham gym in Warrenton, losing by a score of 80-54. The Eagles hosted Bunn High School on Feb. 2 and will face the South Granville Vikings at ho…

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Warren County High School’s Symia Chapman (32) goes up for a shot against a J.F. Webb High School defender as the Lady Eagles lost a home match 58-39 to the Warriors on Jan. 29 at the John Graham gym in Warrenton. The Lady Eagles hosted the Lady Wildcats of Bunn High School on Feb. 2 and wil…

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Eagle Torrey Davis (21) heads to the basketball as Warren County High School traveled to Louisburg High School on Jan. 26 to face the Warriors. The Eagles lost by a score of 69-42

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The Warren County High School Eagles opened the basketball season at J.F. Webb High School in Oxford on Jan. 5. The varsity boys lost 72-52, while the varsity girls fell by a score of 61-37. In the top photograph, Eagle Jah’Quell Hendick (11) puts up a shot against two Warrior defenders. In …