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Havelock continues at number one in weekly Touchdown Friday Top 9

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Havelock continues as the number one team in the Touchdown Friday Top 9 poll.

The Rams rolled past previously number two New Bern 31-13 last Friday night. Havelock is the defending 3A state champion.

Here is the newest poll, which includes a tie in the number nine slot.

Touchdown Friday Top 9-Week 3

1. Havelock  2-0

2. Plymouth 1-0

3. DH Conley  2-0

4.  Jacksonville 2-0

5. James Kenan  2-0

6. JH Rose  2-0

7. West Craven  2-0

8. West Carteret  2-0

9. Kinston  2-0
     New Bern  0-2 TIE

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