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Fresh start awaits Neuse 6 football programs

Posted on August 5, 2021

Updated on August 17, 2021

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KENLY — Thursday's initial meeting of 2-A Neuse 6 Conference football coaches represented a chance, in one form or another, at a fresh start for the league's six programs.

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