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Scotland closes out homecoming week with win over Southern Lee 63-34

LAURINBURG - The annual homecoming festivities were held at Scotland High School this past week, and the Fighting Scots football team (3-3) made sure to cap off the week with a win Friday night, blowing past the Southern Lee Cavaliers (1-5) 63-34.

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Scotland dominates homecoming game over Southern Lee 63-34

LAURINBURG - The Fighting Scots matched up against Southern Lee Friday night, where Scotland would win big 63-34.

Parker Byrd exclusive: “Everything happens for a reason”

GREENVILLE - Parker Byrd has wanted to be an East Carolina Pirate ever since he was a kid. His mom, Mitzi Byrd, and his dad, Jeff Byrd, attended East Carolina University, and he wanted to continue the tradition. During his freshman year at Scotland High School in 2018, Parker Byrd committed to play baseball at ECU and was set to join their baseball team this upcoming season.

Women’s Volleyball: Knights fall to Reinhardt Eagles in four sets

LAURINBURG - The women’s volleyball team hosted a tough AAC opponent in the Reinhardt Eagles Thursday night. A couple of close sets and an exciting overtime set victory for the Knights made for a fun, exciting atmosphere. But, the Knights weren’t able to pull off the win and ended up falling to the Eagles three sets to one.

Lady Scots tennis goes 0-2 on the week

LAURINBURG - The Lady Scots tennis team (0-7) was downed on Thursday evening by the Union Pines Vikings (8-1) 0-6. The match was shortened due to rain after singles matches had occurred. The Vikings’ lineup was unavailable at press time.

Lady Scots volleyball goes to the wire, loses to Hoke County in five sets

RAEFORD - The Lady Scots volleyball team (7-6) lost in five sets to the Hoke County Bucks (5-9) in Raeford on Thursday night. The sets scores were 25-18, 20-25, 25-22, 20-25, and 12-15. It is the second time this year that both teams had played each other, with the Lady Scots beating Hoke County in four sets on Sep. 30.

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